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5 Days 4 Nights Chiangmai + Chiangrai + Elephant Safari (Full Board)

From : Giamso Tours

5 Days 4 Nights Chiangmai + Chiangrai + Elephant Safari (Full Board)
  • 31 Oct 2013
  • Dec 2013 to Dec 2013
  • SGD788
Highlights
Stay at 4* Centara Duangtawan Hotel

Elephant Safari with Elephant Riding, Ox Cart Riding & Bamboo Rafting
Highlights : Doi Suthep Temple, Mae Kajan Hotspring, Golden Triangle, Mae Sai, Mix Hill Tribes (Optional), Monkey Show, Human & Snake Fighting Show, Khantoke Dinner

Dep. Dates : Dec 08, 15, 22

All-Taxes Inclusive Price $788 by TigerAir


Remarks : All Prices are exclusive of baggage allowance, optional 15kg baggage allowance can be purchased at $25 per person per way

Itinerary

5 DAYS 4 NIGHTS CHIANGMAI + CHIANGRAI + ELEPHANT SAFARI
 
 
DAY 01                             ARRIVAL CHIANGMAI                                                                               (L/D)
Depart on your scheduled flight from Singapore to Chiangmai. Upon arrival,meet our local representatives and transfer to hotel for check-in. Later in the evening, enjoy a Khantoke Dinner with Thai dancing shows where you can get to know more about Northern Thai cuisine as well as their culture through the Lanna-Style performance.
 
DAY 02                             CHIANGMAI                                                                                                 (B/L/D)
After breakfast, go to see the exquisite Doi Suthep Temple, located in the western side of Chiangmai city on Doi Suthep at 929 feet above sea level. Get a beautiful overview of Chiangmai town by climbing the steep 300 steps of the winding dragon or by the tram car.Its encroaching frosted hill can be enjoyed from the temple compound for those who visit Chiangmai for religious purposes. Then, go on to visit the San Kham Pang Village (Home Industries)- another well-known place in Chiangmai, Thailand. This is the major traditional handicraft center in Northern Thailand where you can buy gems from the gems gallery, honey, leather products, umbrella, and health products such as the Royal Jelly.

DAY 03                             CHIANGMAI – CHIANGRAI - CHIANGMAI                                               (B/L/D)
After breakfast, you will go for a day tour to Chiangrai. Along the way, visit the Mae Kajan Hot Springandthe exquisite WhiteTemple (Rong Khun Temple).After that, go on totheGolden Triangle;where the Mekong River and Kong River intersects, lies the gate bordering Thailand, Burma and Laos. Then, you will visit Mae Sai, the northernmost town in Thailand, separated from Burma only by a bridge. There will be many shops selling an assortment of Myanmese handicrafts and souvenirs. After dinner, you will be transferred back to Chiangmai.
 
DAY 04                             CHIANGMAI - MAE TAMAN - CHIANGMAI                                               (B/L/D)
After breakfast, experience a tour at Maetang Elephant Village, see the elephant shows, and get a ride of an elephant, Ox-cart and take a bamboo raft. Next, visittheOrchid & Butterfly Farm - on displays are a profusion of blooms of all varieties, shapes, colors, and souvenirs are priced from a few baht for the common strains to a few hundred thousand for the more exotic species.
 
DAY 05                                      DEPARTURE                                                                                              (B)
After breakfast, you will be free at own leisure until your transfer to the airport for your flight back to Singapore.
 
 
Optional Tours : Visit to Mix Hill Tribes (Long Neck Village) at S$25 per person
 
          
*Please note all itineraries are subject to changes without prior notice on the day



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