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SEE ALL EAT WELL: Bangkok & Chiang Mai - 5 days

This 5-day tour takes you on an iconic journey through two of the most prominent Northern cities in Thailand: Bangkok and Chiang Mai. Glimpse into Bangkok’s past and present, reflected through its exciting local features and age-old traditions. Then, hop on a local train and head to Chiang Mai for a touch of tranquility and refreshing nature away from bustling city life. Also, the journey introduce you to the best tastes of Thailand to embrace the variety in its rich and well-known cuisine culture. 


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day 1

Welcome to Thailand.

Upon arrival at the airport, you will transfer to hotel for check-in. Today, you are free to explore the city at your own leisure.

We would recommend you to explore the night life and shopping areas which are located in every nook and corner of Bangkok.

Meals: Nil

Accommodation: Nouvo City Hotel – Superior Classic Room


Normal check-in time is at 14:00 and early check in subjects to the hotel’s availability.

day 2

After breakfast, the first stop is Wat Pho – Bangkok’s oldest and largest temple. As you arrive early you can listen to the morning chants of the monks. In this temple, a huge statue of reclining Buddha is enshrined. Next, we see the Grand Complex which also encompasses Wat Phra Kaeo, one of Thailand’s most revered shrines, housing the statue of Emerald Buddha made from jade.

We stop for lunch at a local Thai Restaurant. Here you can savour various aromatic and delectable Thai delicacies. The restaurant is located next to the river where you can enjoy the river view, old town city part and authentic Thai food/seafood at the same time.

Then, you will transfer the Tha Chang pier and board a classic long-tail boat for a nice introductory trip to Bangkok’s other side! For around 1 hour, you may get a great time seeing the city life around the river and its network of ‘klongs’ (canals). In some ways, it is a trip through the past where you’ll see wooden houses on stilts, local folks doing their laundry/washing up/taking a bath in the klong, monitor lizards suddenly swimming by, and lots of other fascinating sights

In the afternoon, you will transfer to a night train to Chiang Mai as staying overnight there.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

Accommodation: Overnight on Train.

Train from Bangkok to Chiang Mai – First Class – Train No. 9 – Time: 18:10 – 07:15

day 3

On arrival, you are met and taken to the hotel (check-in time around noon). Head out with your guide to explore the riverfront Warorot Market, which is a combination of colorful flowers, pungent spices and friendly but bustling crowds. You will also take a stroll at the alley next to the market, filled with textiles, hill tribe clothes, silks, hats and beads.

At the market, we also stop for street food lunch here with a great range of Thai food for you to choose from such as noodle (There are many different kinds of noodle for you to choose from as well), rice with steamed chicken, or Northern food style which cannot be found in Bangkok). The street food in Thailand is famous for its taste yet very cheap.

From the market take a Samlor, or rickshaw ride along Thapae Road, down through the city wall, passing residential and important government buildings around the city and return to the hotel.

The rest of the day is free at leisure.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

Accommodation: Ban Thai Village Hotel – Superior Room

day 4

Today after breakfast, visit some important and revered temples.

First is Wat Phra Singh (Lion God) which is an important temple and major monastery, housing 700 monks who often approach tourists to practice their English. Visit Wat U Mong, a forest monastery where if you are lucky, you will have the chance to watch monks feeding deer.

Continue to what is probably Chiang Mai’s most famous landmark: Wat Phrathat Doi Suthep. The temple is located at the summit of 5,000-foot-high Doi Suthep Mountain. You can get your adrenalin pumping by climbing 300 steps or, take the cable tram. On clear days there are amazing views of valley.

After the tour at Wat Doi Suthep, you will stop at a nice local restaurant surrounded by nature, with the view of Huay Kaew waterfall. This restaurant is famous for its homemade menu which they make everything themselves even the curry paste. You will get to enjoy the food and cool down from the heat with the chilly air from the nature.

Rest of the day is free at leisure until dinner time when you will meet with the guide at the lobby and head to Khum Khantoke for traditional Northern style dinner with the Lanna show.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Accommodation: Ban Thai Village Hotel – Superior Room

day 5

After breakfast, it is time for you to bid farewell to Chiang Mai, then you will be transferred to the airport for your flight to next destination.

Meals: Breakfast

Tour Price Includes:

  • 03 nights in twin share or double room
  • 01 night on First class train Bangkok – Chiang Mai
  • Major meals (4 breakfasts, 3 lunches, 1 dinner) included at our signature “Eat well” standard
  • All transfers and transportation with air-conditioned vehicles
  • Local English speaking guides
  • All entrance fees as indicated in tour program
  • 02 bottles of mineral water per person on sightseeing days

Tour Price Excludes:

  • Airfares (international and domestic)
  • Visa to Thailand (if visa required)
  • Extra charge for one traveler to stay in a single room
  • Any optional arrangements or services before, during, or after tour
  • Tipping etiquette for tour guides and drivers which is an entirely personal gesture however we recommend you allow US$ 3 – US$ 6 per day per traveller
  • Early check in or late check out
  • Travel insurances
  • Additional services required due to any emergency situation
  • Items of a personal nature (phone calls, laundry, beverages…)
  • All services not clearly mentioned as ‘Included’
  • Special Event Surchage: Banthai Village Hotel USD 20 per room per night
    • New year 29 – 31 December 2018, 1 January 2019
    • Flower festivel 1 – 3 February 2019
    • Chinese new year 4 – 6 February 2019
    • Songkran festival 13 – 15 April 2019
    • Loy krantong festivel 22 – 23 November 2019
    • Chrismas day 24 – 25 December 2019