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The Customized special package Private Trip > 9 days and 8 nights to sightsee the highlights, hotspots, and attractive places in Bangkok and the provinces of Central and Northern Thailand, including experiencing the local things with private transport, and after finishing, flying back to Bangkok.
As a private trip, everything is tailored to your specific requirements. The itinerary can be adapted, modified, or even places can be added more or cut less.
The following is what you can expect to experience from this trip.
Bangkok stay at Ibis Riverside Hotel.
Ayutthaya stay at Krungsri River Hotel.
Pitsanulok stay at Imperial Hotel and Convention Center.
Sukhothai stay at Legendha Sukhothai Hotel .
Lampang stay at Lampang River Lodge Hotel.
Chiang Mai stay at Imm Thaphae Chiang Mai Hotel.
Chaing Rai > just tour around.
All are flexible to your Need
More details in Itinerary
Hotel in Bangkok
pick up time > 08.00am
18.00pm > Departure for dinner cruise
After Breakfast, check out then pick up for visiting
7:00 a.m. -> Pick-Up Time
08.30 a.m. > Board a longtail boat to the Floating Market.
09.00am > Enjoy the Floating Market, shopping, eating, and strolling around.
10.30 a.m. > Depart from Damnoen Saduak Floating Market
12:01 p.m. – Lunch
13:30 p.m. > Tour the Royal Grand Palace
Next up, a little walk to visit
A stunning complex that houses the famous and impressive Reclining Buddha as well as the birthplace of traditional Thai Massage.
Then continue to visit our last temple.
“Wat Benchamaborpit”, which houses the much more attractive Italian white Carara Marble Building,
After that, proceed to Ayutthaya.
Check out and pick up your visit after breakfast.
Explore Ayutthaya, the unique, breathtaking historical complex of the former, 417-year old capital of Siam.
It was built in the mid-15th century. King Naresuan the Great (who ruled Ayutthaya between 1590 and 1605 AD) added a large Chedi to the temple ground to commemorate his victory over the Burmese.
After that, continue to visit
It is a religious center where the Buddha‘s relic is kept and the residence of the Supreme Patriarch.
The sandstone Buddha head, which has been stuck in the root of the Bodhi tree since 1767 AD, is one of the highlights.
The temple was used for royal ceremonies and storing royal relics and was the royal residence.
Most of the buildings were burned, but they still have their charm and are attractive to visitors.
Geographically, Ayutthaya has been surrounded by three rivers that make the ancient capital city an Island. In addition, the local made their settlements along the rivers. A 45-minutes boat trip lets you experience and see the local life by the river, together with the old city fortress, wall and magnificent temple that were built along.
After that, lunch time.
Then proceed to Pitsanulok.
After Breakfast, check out then pick up for visiting. Highlights of Pitsanulok. to visit
The iconic temple, which houses the most beautiful Buddha in Thailand, built in the late 1300AD Sukhothai Period.
Next up, proceed to
Sri Sat Chanalai, literally meaning “City of Good People”, was founded in 1250AD as the second centre of the “Sukhothai Kingdom”.
It was the residence of the Crown Prince in the 13th and 14th centuries. The city was rectangular in shape. In the 16th century, a 5 meter high wall with an upstream moat was built to fend off the growing Burmese attacks.
The location of the town was facilitated by two neighboring dominant hills.
After that, proceed to Sukhothai.
After Breakfast , check out then pick up for visiting
It was the first capital of Thailand between 1238 and 1488 AD. The city’s walls form a rectangle about 2 km (1.2 miles) east-west by 1.6 km (0.9 miles) north-south.
There are 193 ruins on 70 sq. km of land. Inside are the remains of the Royal Palace and 26 temples, the largest being Wat Mahathat.
Next up, proceed to Lampang,
Check out and pick up your visit after breakfast.
To experience the local things, one of the signatures of Lampang,
Museum & the Legend of Chicken Bowl & Ceramic Factory.
Here is where the legend of Lampang Ceramic begins. A walk through the ceramic legend and seeing the procedure of how each step is made.
Also, try your hand as a designer by drawing your idea on your favorite ceramic bowl, cup, or vase.
Next up, sightsee the temple.
The iconic Lan-na style temple, where the history of Lampang begins, houses the relics of Buddha’s bones.
After that, go visit
Once, the Emerald Buddha was installed here between 1434 and 1468 AD, before it was moved to Chiang Mai, Lao, and now Bangkok.
Then it’s time to fill up our stomachs.
After that, proceed to Chiang Mai.
After breakfast, depart for Chiang Mai’s highlights and the White Temple in Chiang Rai.
At the Temple of the Buddha’s Relics, located about 15 km from the city of Chiang Mai and at an elevation of 1,073 meters from the temple, impressive views of downtown Chiang Mai are visible.
Next, visit the legendary Kayan (Karen) Tribes.
( Baan Tong Luang) “, girls and women wear brass coils around their necks.
Next up, continue to visit
The Temple, better known to tourists as the “White Temple,” is a contemporary, unconventional, privately owned art exhibit in the style of a Buddhist temple.
Then proceed back to visit.
It is the second most venerated temple in Chiang Mai, after Wat Phra That Doi Su-Thep.
It houses the three main structures. The main attraction is the elegantly decorated Lai-Kam assembly hall and its restored murals depicting the lives of locals hundreds of years ago.
Located inside the old city wall, the temple’s signature Lanna-style roofs and glittering Chedi.
Then back to the hotel to relax.
Sightsee Chiang Mai City & Night Market.
In the afternoon