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Unlock the beauty of Thailand on this 6-day northern Thailand tour from Bangkok to Chiang Mai. Travel through the beautiful countryside, past epic landscapes and ancient ruins, with your friendly, professional guide. Learn about local culture and age-old traditions on your visit to a traditional hill tribe village near Chiang Rai, where you’ll gain a deeper understanding of rural Thai life. Wander the colorful streets of the popular travel destination of Chiang Mai. Head off to the Thai-Mayanmar (Burma) border, where you’ll walk across the bridge (conditions permitting), and check out stunning views from the Golden Triangle—a point where Laos, Mayanmar and Thailand meet. Enjoy an 
optional boat ride on the famous Mekong River and eat like a local with meals at typical Thai restaurants served up daily. 

Highlights

  • 6-day northern Thailand tour from Bangkok to Chiang Mai
  • Enjoy a comprehensive tour of the northern Thai countryside, including a trip to the Thailand-Myanmar (Burma) border and the Golden Triangle
  • Discover ancient palaces, temples and Buddhist shrines in Ayutthaya, Lopburi and Sukhothai
  • Admire the craftsmanship of artisans at work in Chiang Mai
  • Watch elephants and their mahouts at a camp in the jungle
  • See traditional costumes and customs of several hill tribe villages
  • Experience a traditional Thai dinner with folk dance performances

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What You Can Expect

6-Day Northern Thailand Tour: Ayutthaya, Sukhothai, Chiang Mai and Chiang Rai from Bangkok

Wat Phrathat Doi Suthep Temple in Chiang Mai

Your 6-day northern Thailand Tour of Ayutthaya, Cukhothai, Chiang Mai and Chaing Rai from Bangkok includes 4-start hotel accommodation and traditional Thai meals daily. You’ll follow your guide on an exciting coach tour of ancient cities, historic ruins, hill 
country villages, craft markets, elephant camps and rural countryside. Make stops in Chiang Rai and the Thai-Mayanmar (Burma) border on this truly memorable small group tour. 


 

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Customer Reviews

Lisa M P

5 star rating: Highly Recommended April 2016

My guide was perfect! The itinerary was comprehensive and well balanced. The hotels were very nice, and the food was very good. I will definitely recommend this tour to anyone who asks!

Anonymous

5 star rating: Highly Recommended February 2014

Excellent, accommodating guide and driver. Went out of way to be helpful., informative. Just wonderful - made the trip. Excellent driver. Went out of way to be helpful., informative. Just wonderful - made the trip. Excellent driver on tough roads. Went out of way to assist for the one disabled tourist. Really appreciated that. great sense of humor. Got us to places before the crowds.

Tracey H

5 star rating: Highly Recommended December 2013

We were picked up on time by our guide Shannon. We were the only ones on this tour and so we had a chauffeur driven car together with our guide. The car was extremely comfortable and our guide spoke very good English and was excellent. As we was now on a private tour we spent longer at some places than if on a group tour you would have been able to. The places we saw and having the guide tell us all about them was absolutely brilliant. We even slotted in some extra places that the guide thought we should see. The hotel accommodation was very good, although we have found not only on this trip but when you have buffet type food in the restaurants of the hotels, the food lets the hotel down. Perfectly acceptable but not as good as it should be. The evening at Khum Khantoke was very enjoyable and the food was good there. We saw and done so much on this tour and found it fascinating, very enjoyable a great way to see Thailand away from Bangkok.

Graham L

3 star rating: Worth doing October 2014

Only my wife and I on tour. Guide very helpful, sometimes too attentive. Sights helped us get a much better appreciation of Thailand than we had formed just in Bangkok.
Food seemed monotonous, certainly not up to Bangkok standard.
First nights accommodation needs refurbishing.

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