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Chiang Mai recorrido cultural para grupos pequeños

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Amphoe Mueang Chiang Mai, Tailandia

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4 horas  (aprox.)
Entrada para dispositivos móviles
Idiomas disponibles: Inglés

Descripción general

Levántese temprano para una visión auténtica de la cultura budista de Chiang Mai. Experimente una rutina típica de la mañana mientras comienza su día con la limosna para los monjes. Con tu guía irás en un "songthaew" a un mercado animado y disfrutarás de un tradicional desayuno tailandés. Luego, visita dos templos budistas conocidos, Wat Umong y Wat Suan Dok, y obtén información sobre Tailandia mientras conversas con un monje. La recogida y regreso al hotel se incluyen en este tour para grupos pequeños, limitado a nueve personas para una experiencia personalizada.
  •  Excursión cultural por la mañana en Chiang Mai, que incluye templos budistas
  •  Descubre la cultura y el espíritu de Chiang Mai.
  • Visite el vibrante mercado Kad Thon Payom y disfrute de un tradicional desayuno tailandés.
  • Entra en los túneles de Wat Umong y observa las impresionantes imágenes de Buda
  • Vea el pintoresco Wat Suan Dok, con una colección de estupas budistas blancas como la nieve.
  • Grupo reducido con un máximo de doce asegura una experiencia personalizada.
Después de la recogida en el hotel a primera hora de la mañana, comience su recorrido cultural por Chiang Mai con un paseo panorámico por Suthep Road en un songthaew (un típico vehículo de pasajeros tailandés con dos asientos de banco).

Deténgase en el mercado Kad Ton Payom, famoso por sus frutas y flores frescas, especias aromáticas y cocina del norte de Tailandia. Puedes participar en la tradición local de la limosna, que ofrece comida a los monjes budistas, antes de que te fortifiques con el desayuno.

Su guía acompaña a su pequeño grupo al templo budista de Wat Umong, ubicado en las estribaciones boscosas de la montaña Suthep. Aprende sobre los proverbios budistas publicados en inglés y tailandés antes de ir a ver la impresionante estatua de Buda.

También visitarás el Wat Suan Dok, del siglo XIV, un templo blanco con forma de campana que alberga un Buda de 20 pies (6 metros). Vea la gran sala de oración y la única capilla abierta, y luego disfrute de la oportunidad de conversar con un monje sobre el budismo y la vida en el templo.

Su recorrido de 4 a 5 horas por Chiang Mai termina con el traslado a los hoteles ubicados en el centro.

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Se trata de un recorrido que hacer, un...
meggs888
, ago 2012
Se trata de un recorrido que hacer, un gran valor por su dinero. La guía era excelente y se fue genial, no sólo para aprender sobre la cultura, sino también a exerience una pequeña parte de ella! Megan, Australia
spent time in 700 year old temple...
John L
, dic 2017
spent time in 700 year old temple that was not garish. in breakfast room with monks. market walk. enjoyable.
Our tour guide was amazing and when...
Stephen A
, dic 2017
Our tour guide was amazing and when I asked her how come she knows so much and she simply smiled and answered I've been doing this for thirty years and believe me, she hasn't lost the passion. All the places we visited had stories to tell and I'm so happy that I did it.The River boat Lunch on the way back to the city was a feast. Highly recommended!!!
Appreciated the nuanced perspective...
Anamita G
, nov 2017
Appreciated the nuanced perspective that the guide was able to share about Buddhism in Thailand, the different temples and the history of Chiang Mai! I had a great experience taking this tour.
a fantastic experience in chiang mai...
kevin m
, oct 2017
a fantastic experience in chiang mai , after being picked up early in the morning was driven by my guide I was the only one on this tour was given some food to give to the monks , and in return received a blessing from a monk was then taken to two different temples , watt umung and then onto watt suan dok at each temple you are given a rear insight into the live off a monk , and even get a chance to meet a monk and et to ask him questions about the live off a monk and the end off the tour , was taken around a local market , and given a traditional Thai breakfast if you are looking for something different to-do while in chiang mai I would recommend doing this tour
The highlight of my trip. Our guide...
Jonathan H
, jul 2017
The highlight of my trip. Our guide Thongbang was fantastic. She spoke really good English and explained Buddhism and the local culture in a really engaging way. Loved the whole experience.
Fantastic tour and a wonderful tour...
Michael K
, nov 2016
Fantastic tour and a wonderful tour guide who knew exactly where to take me. The visits to the Buddhist temples was extraordinary and the food we ate was superb!
I have to start by saying that our...
Greg
, ago 2016
I have to start by saying that our tour guide, Thong Bang was an amazing, knowledgeable person who loves what she does and it showed. We learned so much and left with a deeper understanding and appreciation of the culture and spirituality of Thailand. The tour was casual, enlightening, and well worth the extra money rather than taking a basic point and click sight seeing tour. Loved it!
Too bad that Viator charges almost...
Sherry V
, abr 2016
Too bad that Viator charges almost 75 for this tour it is quite the rip-off. Although I was the only one on the tour not Viator's fault, there was not much to do. Followed the tour guide to give food to a monk, ate rice/chicken for breakfast, and went shopping for her at the local market. I believed we skimmed over a lot of the temple tour because, later, I heard from others that their guides took them places I didn't see. I think she was a very nice lady, but wasn't exactly sure what to do with me. The two temples could probably have been done on my own...just needed a taxi which costs almost nothing in Thailand...if I had only known. The temples were nice, but underwhelming.
This tour was a delightful surprise...
Krista N
, feb 2016
This tour was a delightful surprise and it's the one I've been telling everyone about. I ended up having a private tour due to some no-shows. Katie, my guide, took me to bring gifts to the monks and receive a blessing, and then we had a DELICIOUS breakfast by the airport. Thai congee, pork balls, sliced chicken, some Thai doughnuts with green sauce. The military pilots were there in their jump suits...very impressive. Obviously a popular place. Then we visited a very peaceful temple and made another offering. The super highlight was Monk Chat, where I chatted with a monk from Bagladesh for nearly an hour. The hour passed very quickly. It really made me want to understand Buddhism even more. If I had one tip for this tour, it's to wear shoes that can easily be slipped on and off. I was wearing high-top sneakers and they were a PAIN. Everywhere we went, I had to take them off and then get them back on again and there wasn't always a chair. I also liked traveling around in the red truck. Very easy to get in and out of.

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