Drive out with our driver on private air-condition' vehicle north to visit Bang-Pa-In, the royal summer palace built during the reign of King Rama V. The most prominent
building is a Thai pavilion standing in the center of a small lake. Moving on to visit an ancient city of Ayuthaya. Here stand splendid ruins of palaces and
temples, memories of Burmese invasions from centuries before.
After lunch,(Our driver can give a suggestion) drive through scenic countryside to visit Lopburi, the former summer capital of Siam.
Here, suggest to visit Phra Prang Sam Yod and the Kala Shrine of Sarn Prakarn, which is now home to the hundreds of monkeys. In the late afternoon, drive further north
to Phitsanulok, a town spread along the banks of the Nan River.. Suggest to
spend the night here / at Sukhothai.
Day 2: Sukhothai - Chiang Rai
Morning visit the most important temple in Phisanulok, Wat Maha Dhat with its revered Buddha statue. Then strike west heading for Sukhothai to visit the Sukhothai Historical Park, and Ramkamhaeng Museum,
Wta Mahathat, WAt Sri Chum and others. Afternoon continue drive north heading for Lampang. Overnight and dinner suggested here in Lampang.
Day 3: Lampang – Lamphun ‑ Chiang Mai
Eraly morning drive out further north heading for Chiang Rai. Direct
to visit the famous Golden Triangle where the borders of Thailand, Burma and
Laos meet forming the "Triangle" between three countries. Here, don't miss
the opportunity to enjoy the boat trip on the mighty Mae Khong River, our
driver can assist you to get the boat at the resonable rate.
Day 4: Chiang Rai to Chiang Mai
if time allow, we will visit more sightseeing in City of Chiang Rai.
Afterward, departs for Chiang Mai stopping along the way at Mae Ka Chan, famous for a hot spring which locals believe has healing powers.
Local lunch can be found en route. Continue on driving through spectacular hilly and jungle scenery heading for Chiang Mai, the “Rose of North”.
Day 5: In Chiang Mai
Morning suggest to visit the Elephant camp. Skilled “Mahouts” show how Elephants have worked in the jungle for years due to their immense
strength. Watching the elephant play and bathe is also quite an experience.
After noon, visit Sankampeang, Chiang Mai’s cottage home industries where you will find many factories producing and selling various kinds of
quality handicrafts. Not only will you be able to watch the artisans at work but you can also purchase their wares. Silk, pottery, paper umbrellas and
teakwood are just a few of the things available.
Day 6: In Chiang Mai
Morning drive uphill to visit Doi Suthep mountain. Visit the 600 year old temple of WAT PHRATHAT DOI SUTHEP. After a drive up the mountain’s winding road,
the final climb to the site is via an enormous mythological Nagas (Dragon-headed serpent) staircase of 306 steps.
Inside the cloister is an intriguing copper-plated chedi topped by a five-tier gold parasol which contains partial relics of Lord Buddha.
On a clear day there are incomparable views over the city of Chiang Mai from the temple grounds.
You can choose to spend a few more days in Chiang Mai or return to Bangkok by trian or flight(Not included)
Price is per vehicle, includsive of private vehicle with English speaking driver, fuel,
overnight stay and meals for our driver, road-tolls, insurance and tax.
Excludes, personal items / expenses, all entrance fees and anything that is not specified at above.
Tailor made Tour
If you feel none of the recommended itineraries are suitable for your needs, then we can design a tour for you.
All reservations should be made well in advance. Full name of passengers will be required at this time along with
the arrival flight / drop off point information if applicable. Always state the produce code. Any special requests, we shall always
try to accommodate you as much as possible.
For full details, please contact us
It is highly advisable you travel with valid comprehensive travel insurance.