Program Detail

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Day 1 Afternoon ,Arrival to Chiangmai Transfer to your hotel and free leisure time.


Enjoy a Traditional North Thailand Khantoke Dinner

Chiangmai, Thailand

For an excellent Thai dinning experience, a traditional Lanna Khantoke dinner is a must. Many believe this north Thailand dinner with music and dance was invented for tourists, but the Khantoke dinner dates back many centuries. Locals celebrate festivals and holidays in their homes with the Khantoke dinner



Full Day , Full Day, After breakfast served in hotel, Visit the most perfect Mae Sa Elephant Camp 40 minutes to the northwest of the city,which is located near by the waterfall,where the demonstration of how trained elephants are used as working in the teak forests.The show includes elephant bathing, working, playing football, painting and responding to the command.Enjoy the lovely elephants demonstration and art skill. After wards,visit the Orchid farm to see a large collection of orchids more than 50 different kinds of the colorful year-round orchids.Lunch

After lunch visit Silk & Cotton hand weaing factories you might catch a glimpse of the complete life cycle of the silk moth at the back of the factory. Borsang, umbrella and primitive paper making village.

Wood Carving Silverware & Lacquerware can be found here and if you are looking for some souvenirs to bring back home this is where you can find it all.



Wat Phra That Doi Suthep Temple:
This is Chiang Mai’s most important and most visible landmark. According to legend, holy relics discovered during the reign of King Kuena (1355-1385) were places in howdah on the back of a white elephant, which carried then to Wat Phrathat Doi Suthep, then if dropped dead due to fatigue from the 16 century and was expanded or restore several times later.
A flight of 306 steps, bordered by a NAGA balustrade, lead up from the parking area to the temple, which has beautiful decorated buildings and a Lanna – style chedi covered with engraved gold plates, flanked by four ornamental umbrellas.

Wat Palad Temple:
Hike the Monk’s Trail and explore this little-known temple near a waterfall on Doi Suthep mountain outside Chiang Mai.The promise of a magical, less-trodden temple secreted amid the folds of dense tropical flora filled my head. I often search for places that are a bit off the beaten path, and after reading about Wat Palad, I knew it was a destination Wally and I wouldn’t want to miss.BLAZING THE MONK’S TRAIL
Our driver for hire, Tommy, drove us through the Chiang Mai University campus to the temple’s back entrance and carpark, which is located a short distance off a busy highway. The more adventurous can hike the well-worn stone footpath known as the Monk’s Trail, which leads to the temple, marked by trees with saffron cloth wrapped around their trunks.
afternoon transfer to Chiangmai international airport departure chiangmai via your country


  • Accommodation Twin or Double Bed
  • Daily breakfast.
  • Air Condition Transportation.
  • Tour programs + Entrance fee as indicated in the itinerary.
  • English Speaking Guide.
  • Meal as indicated
  • Free Travel Accident Insurance.


  • All above rates are nett and quoted in Thai Baht per person.
  • Rate in Thai Baht inclusive Tax.
  • Child : Under Age 11 years at 75% of Adult Rate
    Duration  (3 Days / 2 Nights) Price per/prosn (Half Board) Single Double
    Hotel Accommodation  Tourist Class 6,500.00 baht 5,000.00 baht
    (night plaza area) First  Class  12,500.00 baht 6,500.00 baht
    Hotel Accommodation Tourist Class  12,500.00 baht 6,500.00 baht
     (Nimmanhaemin Road – maya shopping mall) First Class 15,500.00 baht 8,500.00 baht