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Romantic Thailand Tour Packages

10 Nights | 11 Days
Day 1. Arrive in Bangkok

As you arrive at the Suvarnabhumi International Airport, you will be received by our company personnel and transferred to your hotel. Relax the rest of your day and stay overnight at Bangkok.

Day 2. Bangkok

Start your auspicious honeymoon by making a special kind of offering to Buddhist Monks called “Sankatarn”. Get blessed for a happy married life. This ritual is conducted for couples at Wat Ratchaborphit, one of the royal temples, with a serene and spiritual ambience. You will note and admire the architecture which is mixed Thai European style.

Next up you will head out to visit the Grand Palace which comprises of many beautiful buildings including the famous “Wat Phra Kaew”, also known as the Temple of Emerald Buddha. There is a Royal Regalia Museum which displays royal jewelleries, and then visit “Wat Pho”, the “Reclining Buddha Temple”, which is the oldest and the biggest temple with 95 pagodas depicting its might.

Afternoon, you will board in a shuttle boat to sail across to the Supatra River House, for a delicious Thai se lunch. Stay overnight at Bangkok.

Day 3. Bangkok - Chiang Rai - Golden Triangle

You are free on your own until time to transfer to the airport for the flight to Chiang Rai. Following your arrival in Chiang Rai, you will be received and greeted at the airport and transferred to your hotel for check-in.

Next up you will be taken to the Golden Triangle, the world famous border point where Thailand, Laos and Myanmar meet. After your lunch you will visit the Hall of Opium, a museum which concentrates on telling us the history of the Golden Triangle and the Opium trade. Here 3d displays are used to depict the condition of the people that must have during the opium addiction. Afterwards relax at your hotel.

Day 4: Mahout Training Course with elephant trekking & Side trip to Burma

Today morning you will attend a half day mahout training course, and learn from them how do they control the largest animal on land? You will learn how to bath, feed and guide these mamoths like the mahouts do. You will also learn some basic commands to move these elephants. After that you will mount on an elephant and trek through the jungle for 2 hours. You will be transferred back to your hotel by afternoon.

In the afternoon, you will visit Mae Sai, a border of Thailand and Burma. After certain formalities you will cross the Sai River into Tha Chilek, a border town in the Shan State of Eastern Burma. Here you can mount on a tricycle to explore the streets and markets of Tha Chilek,a chance to study the Burmese lifestyle.

Day 5. Chiang Rai - Chiang Mai

The day starts with a 3 hour drive to Chiang Mai, when you are exposed to some awesome scenery’s on the way. En route you will visit the Wat Rong Khun Temple. It is popularly known as the white temple as the whole temple has been built in a radiant white color with mirrored glass mosaics embedded in the white plaster. On the way you can meet tribal people living around, and even take photos with them. After reaching, check in at your resort and relax the rest of the day.

Day 6. Chiang Mai city tour & Leisure biking

Today you will head out to visit various parts of the city and some of the most famous temples: Wat Chiang Man, Wat Phra Singh and Wat Suan Dok. Afternoon, taste the real Thailand as you cycle your way alongside the Ping River through local fruit orchards, lush paddy fields and also visit temples, markets and local Thai school on the way.

Day 7. Chiang Mai

Today you will start your day tour by visiting the sacred place in Chiang Mai, the Wat Phra That Doi Suthep. It is a temple built on the Doi Suthep Hill which is 3500 feet above the sea level. The sacred relic of Lord Buddha makes this temple even more holy and sanctified. You need to climb 309 stairs to reach the temple, or else you can use the cable car service which is chargeable. Next up you will visit the Phu Ping Palace, the winter palace of the Thai Royal Family. It was built in the year 1962 with beautiful lush gardens and grounds. If Phu Phing palace is closed to public at the moment, you will be visiting the temple Wat Jed Yod instead.

Concluding today’s tour you will be visiting the Bor- Sang village, a traditional umbrella making village, where you can see local artisans making the world famous Sa Paper umbrellas and parasol. They are always willing to paint on anything you wish to, like your handbag, wallet or maybe your t shirt. They will paint it with some brilliant artisitic designs, or if you have some design on your mind, pass it on them and they will make it real for you. Stay overnight at Chiang Mai.

Day 8. Chiang Mai - Phuket

You are free to spend your time at leisure until you are transferred to Chiang Mai Airport for your flight to Bangkok. On arrival at Bangkok, you will board a flight to Phuket (a direct flight from Chiang Mai to Phuket is also available). Following your arrival at Phuket Airport, you will be transferred to your hotel. Relax and stay overnight at Phuket.

Day 9. Phuket

Today you are free on your own. There are many leisure options for you which can be arranged on request or simply relax yourselves at your hotel. Stay overnight at Phuket.

Day 10. Phuket

Today also is free day for you to plan your own leisure activities today. You may visit the local beaches, or explore the city, do some shopping etc. Stay overnight at Phuket.

Day 11. Phuket - Bangkok

Today you are free until your flight time to Bangkok, and then board in a connected flight back home with some romantic memories to cherish with your better half.

Tour ends!
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Places to Visit:

- Wat Ratchaborphit
- Golden Triangle
- Royal Regalia Museum

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