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Mountainous Chiang Mai & Bangkok Gems


First Day: Arrival to Chiang Mai Airport

Meet & Greet at the airport. After check-in, guests are free to move out on their own to explore the city.Overnight in Chiang Mai 

Second Day: Chiang Mai Half Day City Tour

The day begins with a lavish breakfast at the hotel. After breakfast guests move out for an unforgettable half-day trip of the city. Temple crawling is an essential aspect of visiting Chang Mai. The our begins with the oldest temple amidst the city walls, Wat Chiang Man; followed by Wat Chedi Luang, where the Emerald Buddha was sanctified; the third temple also happens to be the holy abode of the 1,500-year-old Buddha image, known as Wat Pra Singh; the final stop being at Wat Suan Dok where the ashes of Chiang Mai's Royal Family are entombed. In the last leg of the journey, guests visit Chiang Mai's main street, the effervescent Ta-Pae. Overnight in Chiang Mai

Third Day: Flight to Bangkok and Siam Niramit Cruise Dinner

After a relaxed breakfast consisting of exotic Thai cuisine at the hotel guests are driven down to the Chang Mai Airport to catch a flight to Bangkok. Arrival at Suvarnabhumi Airport, Bangkok. Meet & Greet at the airport. Check-in at the hotel. Guests are free for the rest of the day to be spell bounded by the sight of Siam, celebrated with spectacular pomp and show.Dinner at Siam Niramit Guests are driven down to the Ratchada Road to experience the eminent Siam Niramit show. After buffet dinner featuring some extraordinary dishes from the Thai kitchen, guests get to move around the village. It is home to exceptional art in the form of carved vegetables, incense sticks, woodwork and other handicraft items. After this, guests get to see the show – Siam Niramit – that isn't a piece of regular music and dance. It is staged as an odyssey of Siamese history, myths legend, festivals, religious inclinations, and folklore with utilization of advanced technology to offer striking special effects to the audience. Surely, an unforgettable experience. The three acts include 'Journey Back to History' highlighting the four prominent regions of Thailand along with their unique cultures. 'Journey Beyond Imagination' revisits the Buddhist tales weaved around the earth, heaven, and hell. Finally, 'Journey Through Joyous Festivals' sums up the event with a glimpse of merry-making ceremonies throughout the year, such as the celebrated Thai festival of Loy Krathong. Overnight in Bangkok 

Fourth Day: Bangkok Half Day City Tour

The day begins with fresh and authentic Thai breakfast. Guests then leave for a half-day sightseeing tour of Bangkok. The tour takes through the three most idyllic temples of Bangkok - the first is Wat Trimit, home to Golden Buddha made from 5 ½ tons of solid gold; the second is Wat Po, an ubiquitous temple in Bangkok featuring Reclining Buddha and Chedis of the Kings. The last one is Wat Benjamaborpitr or the White Marble Temple, a paradigm of finest Thai architecture. The final stop is at the popular jewellery store called Gems Gallery. In the evening, guests can opt for a River Cruise on extra charges. Overnight in Bangkok

Fifth Day: Departure

On the last day of the trip, guests are free for the day until checkout.  They are then driven to the Bangkok International Airport for their onward flight back home.

Mountainous Chiang Mai & Bangkok Gems

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Unlike the other cities of Thailand, Chang Mai is starkly different. The mountainous northern region was founded in the year 1296. Ancient in its expanse, it was earlier part of the Lanna Kingdom. The Old city still retains the remnants of a kingdom bygone – reminiscent of the culture and religion that shaped Thailand’s present. Home to over hundreds of opulent Buddhist temples, it nestles the 14th-century Wat Phra Singh and 15th-century Wat Chedi Luang. Do look out for carved serpents around the temple.

Thailand’s capital city Bangkok is one of the most sought-after destinations among travelers. And for all the right reasons. The city has the perfect blend of rich shrines depicting folklore and religious history of Thailand, on the other hand, visitors get to experience the vivacious nightlife as well. This city is known for ornate shrines and vibrant street life. A colorful and vibrant destination is the floating market called Taling Chan where guests are introducted to the city’s street-food culture. Here, visitors can eat at floating barbecues and ride the longtail boats. The Chao Phraya River that flows past the Rattanakosin royal district is unmissable. Rattanakosin houses the famous Grand Palace and the venerated Wat Phra Kaew Temple. Close to the location is Wat Pho Temple with a gigantic reclining Buddha. Facing the opposite shore, there’s also Wat Arun Temple – an architectural gem established during the reign of the Khmer empire.





Visa requirements

Visa in not needed for Emirati locals & EU citizens. Everyone else need a visa.

Languages spoken


Curency used

Thai Bhat

Area (km2)

513,120 km<sup>2</sup>

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• Round-trip economy-class air tickets. • Hotel accommodation for 4 nights at designated hotels• Daily Breakfast in all Hotels. • Both ways airport transfers • 2 Half-day sightseeing tours of Chiang Mai and Bangkok with on-tour assistance. • All applicable flight and hotel taxes, as per itinerary.
  1. Meals that are not part of the Thailand package.
  2. Fees pertaining to procurement of Visa and travel-related insurance.
  3. Local transportation charges that is not part of the package.
  4. Early check-in charges.
  5. Ticket charges/entrance fees at monuments, parks, museums and other tourist sites.
  6. Guides fees, if hired by guests direct, over and above the one included in the package.
  7. All miscellaneous personal expenses at the hotels in Thailand and elsewhere pertaining to housekeeping, food & beverage, telephone calls, etc.
  8. Tips paid to drivers, hotel staff and the guide.
Mandatory F&B rates applicable for special events like New Years’ and Christmas Eve; dinner and show at Siam Niramit and Manohra Chaophraya Dinner Cruise.

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