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Pattaya, Bang Lamung District, Chon Buri, Thailand
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6 Days 5 Nights

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About this tour



Chiang Mai is a city located in northern Thailand and is the largest city in the region. It is known for its rich culture, beautiful temples, and delicious food. The city has a population of over 1 million people and is a popular destination for tourists due to its many attractions and activities.

The city is located in a valley surrounded by mountains and is known for its mild climate, which is cooler than the rest of Thailand which makes Chiang Mai one of the best place to explore during Thailand’s rather short winter. 


Wat Umong, also known as Wat Umong Suan Phutthatham, is a Buddhist temple located in Chiang Mai, Known for its series of tunnels under the temple. 

These tunnels were originally used by monks as a place to meditate, and are now open for visitors to explore. 


Wat Sri Suphan, also known as Wat Suphan or the Silver Temple, is known for its intricate silver decorations and is a popular destination for both tourists and locals and considered to be the oldest temple in the city.


Chiang Rai is known for its mountainous landscape and is home to several national parks and protected areas, including the Doi Tung Development Project and the Mae Fah Luang Arboretum. The city is also home to several temples and cultural attractions, including the famous White Temple (Wat Rong Khun), which is an ornately decorated Buddhist temple that has become a popular tourist destination. In addition to its cultural and natural attractions, Chiang Rai is also known for its bustling night markets, where visitors can try local cuisine and shop for souvenirs. The city is easily accessible by air or by bus from Bangkok and other major cities in Thailand.


Wat Rong Khun, also known as the White Temple, is a contemporary Buddhist temple located in the city of Chiang Rai, Thailand. It is a unique and visually striking temple, with a gleaming white exterior that is adorned with intricate hand-carved details and mirrored tiles. The temple was designed and built by Thai artist Chalermchai Kositpipat, who began work on the project in 1997. The temple is still under construction, with new elements being added as funding allows.


Doi Pha Hee is the mountain located in Chiang Mai. It is widely known for its beauty and offers outdoor activities such as hiking and rock climbing. Several small villages and communities, many inhabited by the Hmong ethnic group, are located on the mountain. Doi Pha Hee is about 30 kilometers northwest of Chiang Rai and can be reached by car or motorcycle. From the top of the mountain, visitors can see the Mekong River and Laos, as well as the surrounding landscape. There are also cultural attractions, such as the Doi Pha Hee Temple, at the base of the mountain, which is popular with Buddhists. Doi Pha Hee is a peaceful place to visit and offers a chance to escape the city and experience the natural beauty of northern Thailand.


Experience a variety of traditional delicacies, hand-picked by our traveling specialists. 

Premium Free-flow breakfast is included everyday by the hotel.

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  • Hotels and Resort for 5 nights
  • Hotel Breakfast
  • Premium Private Shuttle Van service
  • Private Tour Guide of your language
  • Premium Travel Insurance
  • Attraction Tickets
  • Flight Ticket
  • Hotel Spa Service excluded from the tour price
  • Restaurants fee (Depends on your order)


<span> Day 1 </span> Arrival - Chiang Mai

Welcome to Chiang Mai, one of the most popular destination within the northern part of Thailand. Chiang Mai is known for its rich culture and history, as well as its beautiful natural surroundings. The city is located in the mountains and is surrounded by forests, making it a popular destination for outdoor activities such as hiking and elephant trekking.

Check in to your hotel and rest leisurely within the hotel area

Visit One Nimman an up and coming community mall in Chiang Mai,a place that combines modern and traditional local culture, is located in a prime spot on Nimmanhaemin road. It is home to a variety of restaurants, galleries, cafes, and bars, providing an array of options for entertainment and leisure from morning until night."

<span> Day 2 </span> Explore 3 Temples of Chaing Mai, Shopping at Chang Moi road and Lanna Spa

Wake up a little early for today and prepare for a succession of Temple Exploration covering 3 of the most popular temple in Chiang Mai including Wat U-Mong, Wat Sri Suphan, and Wat Lok Molee

Go and grab an authentic Lanna Style food for Lunch and shopping at Chang Moi Road is a bustling commercial area, with a variety of shops, restaurants, and other businesses. The road runs through the heart of the city, and is a popular destination for both tourists and locals alike.

Visit Fah Lanna Spa, an authentic northern spa place offer a range of treatments and therapies that draw upon the region's natural resources, such as herbal remedies and traditional massage techniques.

Ends the day with a Dinner at a pseudo Bistro and diner combined, offering local recipe with an interesting twist. Enjoy great selection of Authentic northern taste together with house signature cocktail to perfectly end your day.

<span> Day 3 </span> Transport to Chiang Rai

Take a 3 hour drive from Chiang Mai to Chiang Rai, the most northern part of Thailand. This place is known for its mountainous landscape and is home to several national parks and protected areas.

Have an authentic Chiang Rai Lanna style lunch and stop by at The Blue temple, Wat Rong Khun and Black Museum.

The Blue temple as the name suggest is known for its distinctive blue exterior and intricate details of the temple.
The temple was built in 2016 by artist Chalermchai Kositpipat, who is known for his unique and ornate style of temple design. The temple features a large central hall with a gold-plated seated Buddha statue, as well as several smaller shrines and pavilions. Visitors to the temple can take in the beautiful architecture and participate in traditional Buddhist ceremonies and rituals.

Wat Rong Khun, also known as the White Temple, is a Buddhist temple located in Chiang Rai, Thailand. It is an unconventional and modern interpretation of a Buddhist temple, with a white exterior and intricate details. The temple was designed by same artist who designed the blue temple and was completed in 1997.

After visiting all the temples, transport straight to your the hotel of your choice and rest for the day preparing for tomorrow.

Wake up at your own pace and check out from the hotel then head out to the airport and depart for you home safely.

Tour's Location

Pattaya, Bang Lamung District, Chon Buri, Thailand


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