Thailand Classic Adventure - 7 Days

Thailand Classic Adventure 7 Days \ 6 Nights

Welcome to Thailand, the land of smiles with our Thailand Classic Adventure. Visit the wonderful northern lands with their wildlife, waterfalls and rivers. Take in Bangkok with its bustling city vibe. Thailand has something for everyone – from thrill seeking adventurers to culture enthusiasts. The ‘land of smiles’ is the perfect place to sample a little bit of everything Asia has to offer. Delicious food and excellent hospitality.


Bangkok is a city of contrasts with action at every turn. Marvel at its gleaming temples, catch a tuk tuk along it’s bustling Chinatown or take a long-tail boat through floating markets. The food in Bangkok is another highlight not to be missed, from local dishes served at humble street stalls to delicious cuisine at romantic rooftop restaurants. The luxury malls complete with a sea of boutiques and markets, where you can treat yourself without overspending. No visit to Bangkok would be complete without a glimpse of its famous nightlife. Be it nightclubs and cabarets Bangkok never ceases to amaze.

Chiang Mai

Chiang Mai is a land of misty mountains and colorful hill tribes. A playground for seasoned travelers, a paradise for shoppers and a delight for adventurers. On a trip to Chiang Mai, the curious traveler can expand their horizons with a Thai massage and cooking courses. Others will be bowled over by the variety of handicrafts and antiques. The wild child will find plenty of lively nightlife, and the epicure can indulge in wonderful cuisine. Despite its relatively small size, Chiang Mai truly has it all.

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Day 1

Welcome to Thailand!

After arriving at your hotel, take a moment to relax before a leisurely introduction starts. Bangkok, like most Thai cities, was built around canals and rivers and the best preserved neighborhoods are still right there, on the water’s edge. By boat you explore Chao Phraya River and the lesser known canals that twist and turn through these quite, green places where local families still live as they have always done. That feeling continues in Wat Arun, ‘the Temple of Dawn’ which you can climb to have a great, welcoming view across the Chao Praya River and the Grand Palace on the other bank. Your hotel in Bangkok could be beautifully located on Chao Praya river.

Day 2

Discover Bangkok in style with your own expert guide and private car to calmly find your way from highlight to highlight. You will learn of the history of the City Pillar on Ratchanakosin island where Bangkok was founded, enter the always bustling Wat Po; home to the 45 meter long “Reclining Buddha”, and the perfect place to make your offering for your wish to be granted. Explore the lanes and stalls of China Town, full of smells and colors, traditional products and Chinese temples. Marvel at the sea of flowers on the orchid market where house-wives come to pick the best flower to decorate their family-alter at home. Of course you will be visiting the majestic Grand Palace; a glistering spectacle of color and the most photographed sight of Bangkok. Climbing up into the sky upon Golden Mount Wat Saket. The end of the afternoon is at your leisure to maybe sip a fresh mango juice while people- watching around Nana station, do some shopping on Siam Square or dive into the well known Patpong-night bazaar.

Day 3

Hidden in a street market across the river you discover a set of rusty train tracks. You join the locals with their merchandise of chickens, vegetables and gold fish in plastic bags to discover where they lead to. You will bump along the rails between the houses of people who seem to live right on the tracks and stop at every station there is. The scenery becomes greener and the air smells like salt; you reach the Gulf of Thailand and disembark right into one of the country‟s biggest fish markets! Enormous shrimp, bright red lobsters, tons of squid and big, big fish actually caught in Burmese waters. No tourists here, people go about their daily affairs and smile at us, posing for your camera. This is a delta area, criss-crossed by canals, highly fertile coconut plantations and fruit orchards. Green, wet and lush! By boat we navigate narrow canals and enter the floating market of Damnoen Saduak, where old ladies sell noodle soup, pomelo, rambutan and other colorful fruit and of course souvenirs from their little wooden boats. Take a moment to step behind the souvenirs stalls to discover wooden houses and bridges still lining the waterways from the past. A dark side of history comes to life in the Museum and war-cemetery in Kanchanaburi on the river Kwai. A chance to learn about the hardships of the prisoners before walking across the notorious railway bridge. Enjoy a cold beer at a riverside bar after a day filled with fantastic impressions and memories!

Day 4

Make a leisurely start this morning before driving into the central plains. These plains will be filled with sugar cane or corn depending on the season. Trucks are piled up high and workers ride on top of them. Make sure to ask for a stop and taste a refreshing freshly pressed sugar cane juice.

You will next arrive in the former royal capital of Ayutthaya, where UNESCO declared the ruins of the temples and surrounding structures a world heritage site. Wat Chai Wattanaram is particularly beautiful and was built in the same style as the famous temples in Angkor, Cambodia. Your guide transforms the ruins into their former glory when explaining what happened when the Burmese army sacked and destroyed the place, taking away all the gold once covering the temples to Burma. After this you will begin your journey further up north to witness what will feel like another world, by taking a short flight from Bangkok to Chiang Mai..

Day 5

Chiang Mai has two sides; the city and the province. You will start by exploring the south of the province, the historical towns of Lampang and Lamphun. Lampang which feels more like a provincial town then a city, especially along the river in the center where the low-rise wooden houses dominate.

The back streets and Don Tao temple which once held the Emerald Buddha are fun to explore by horse & cart. In the south where rivers full of clay are abundant, you visited temples made out of clay brick. Here in the north the supply of wood determines how houses and temples are built and you will see many fine examples of teak wooden houses in Ban Sao Nak.

A temple busy with pilgrims is the Lanna-style Wat Pha That Lampang Luang. Lamphun is a sleepy little place built around the beautiful and small Wat hariphunchai, which is a fine example of Lanna-style northern architecture. The region around Chiang Mai is famous for its tradition, customs and creativity. Combine these and you will see beautifully crafted painted umbrellas, carvings and silk weaving’s.

San Khampaeng Village is a major centre for traditional handmade products in Northern Thailand. Make sure to take a peek into the workshops in the narrow alleys away from the main street. This is the perfect spot to collect those original and authentic souvenirs to take back to your home.

Day 6

“Mae Sa Elephant Camp” is to home to one of the largest assembly of elephants in northern Thailand. The philosophy of the camp is to create a “natural and healthy environment” for the elephants while working to conserve and breed them, due to the dwindling number of Asian elephants left in the wild. You will get to see trained elephants demonstrating their formidable and valuable forestry skills, taking a bath and you could optionally experience a jungle tour on one of the elephant‟s backs. Orchids shine in all colors and varieties in the jungle; marvel at them from up-close at one of the many orchids farm on the way. The Lisu tribe is one of the smaller tribes home to northern Thailand. You will support them by visiting the community- based, award winning “Lisu Lodge”, aimed at teaching visitors about the Lisu culture and daily life, and help the local people learn about modernization and the benefits valuable tourism can offer there community. The Lisu have settled in this part of Thailand after having migrated down from Tibet through southern China and Burma. Guided by a Lisu villager you will walk you through the village to visit the Ton Lung temple and the herb garden. You can sample a cup of their local tea with the shaman or “miracle doctor‟ at his house to learn about his life, his curing rites and the Lisu traditions. In the small cultural center you will find many local tools and household items used by both Lisu and Akha people. In the evening you should browse the night bazaar in Chiang Mai, famous for all kinds of souvenirs and many different flavors of local food; a perfect last evening to a memorable holiday!

Day 7

Overlooking Chiang Mai is Doi Suthep and its beautiful golden pagoda. Driving up towards the pagoda we will be winding through the lush green forest. The final stage is the long staircase framed by multi headed snakes either side. The temple really is a work of beauty and always buzzing with religious activities. Make sure not to miss a walk around the chedi in clock-wise direction and burn your incense sticks for good luck and fortune on your travels. Then, enjoy the spectacular views over Chiang Mai and the surrounding area. Exploring the center and its maze of tiny lanes and alleys dotted with temples is best done on foot. The northern Thailand style is a feast for the eye and camera. Leisure until your transfer to the local airport or train station. From here you could either travel on-wards to the (beach) destination of your choice, or go home with a suitcase full of memories.


  • Accommodation in twin/double sharing with breakfast
  • Private transfer with air-conditioner van
  • Shared or public transport as indicated
  • Regional English speaking guide
  • Drop off/pick up at hotel in the city
  • Local drinks and snacks where indicated
  • Meals as indicated (without beverage)
  • Admission fees as indicated
  • Any indicated train tickets


  • All International airfares
  • Any passenger service charges at airport.
  • Personal expenses i.e. laundry, telephone billing, tipping, etc.
  • Beverages during meals.
  • Visa fee and its arrangement.
  • Optional tours
  • Travel insurance
  • Tips and gratuities
  • Peak season surcharges by hotels/Compulsory dinner if there is any
  • Early check in & late check-out at all hotel
  • Note:
  • * Check in time: 02.00pm – Check out time: 12.00pm

CategoryPrice valid from Jan 1st – Oct 31st, 2019 (per person in US dollar)
2 people3 – 56 – 9Single Supplement


CityHotel Category
BangkokIbis Bangkok Riverside, Standard roomAetas Lumpini, Deluxe roomAriyasom Villa, Studio room
KanchanaburiRiver Kwai Jungle Rafts, Raft roomRiver Kwai Resotel, Standard ChaletFloat House River Kwai, Floating Villa
Chiang MaiEmpress Hotel, Superior roomRimping Village, Superior roomDe Naga Chiang Mai, Deluxe room

Price From USD 849 USD $ 819/person
Total $ 819 USD

Trip Facts

  • Thailand, Inc. Bangkok, Kanchanaburi, Chiang Mai
  • 7 Days \ 6 Nights
  • Breakfast and Lunch, as per Itinerary
  • Superior, Deluxe, & Luxury Hotels
  • AC Transport

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