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Thai 4 All – Bangkok, North and Koh Samui
The tinerary offers some of the country’s best-known attractions: the capital Bangkok, Chiang Mai the cultural capital of the north, a must-see landmark for anyone visiting Thailand; the Golden Triangle and Chiang Rai, the geographical point that marks the border between Thailand, Laos and Burma, once a strategic place known for the opium trade between smugglers, to conclude the stay on the beaches of Koh Samui.
Private departure minimum two participants with departure from Italy on Saturday or Tuesday
Departure from Italy with Thai Airways flight to Bangkok or other IATA carrier. (flight not included in the fee) Dinner and overnight on board.
Arrival in Bangkok early in the morning, handling of the bureaucratic formalities and transfer to the hotel. Free lunch. Afternoon dedicated to the private visit of the city. Visit of the Royal Grand Palace which will also include the famous Wat Phra Kaew (Temple of the Emerald Buddha). The visitable part of the Royal Grand Palace includes the main buildings that are located inside: the Montien Palace, the Chakri Palace and the Dusit Palace. Of these, the Chakri Palace can only be visited externally. Dusit and Montien can also occasionally be visited inside (not guaranteed every day - suspended at certain times of the year). Free dinner and an overnight stay in the hotel. Dinner at the hotel.
Breakfast at the hotel and departure for Ayuttaya, 70 km from Bangkok, where the famous ruins that made up the capital of the Siam kings for over four hundred years are found, from the fourteenth to the eighteenth century. Visit the Wat Sri Samphet temple, the temple of the ancient Royal palace consisting of 3 gigantic bell-shaped pagodas, then the adjacent Wat Mongkhon Bophit, a temple inside which there is a statue of the Buddha in a sitting position of gigantic dimensions. Transfer to the nearby town of Bang Pa In and visit to the famous summer residence of the Royal family. Return to the hotel. Free dinner and overnight.
Breakfast at the hotel transfer to the airport for the flight to Chiang Rai Meet our guide and transfer to visit The Black House, a collection of almost 40 houses and the proud work of Thawan Duchanee, the illustrious national artist of Thailand. Born in Chiang Rai, the Thai artist developed a work style that represents the darkness of humanity with many red and black shades, skins, skulls and various other parts of animals transformed into mysterious works of art. The Black House is an architectural cosmology of the philosophy of Thawan and a museum for his love for the dazzling and macabre, transfer to the Union of hill tribe villages and Longneck Karen to discover the lifestyle of the hill tribes through 5 villages, Akha, Yao (Lu Mien), Lahu, Kayaw and Long Neck Karen. Lunch in a local restaurant. Then, proceed with the observation of the local market area of Chiang Rai. Continue for a short visit to Wat Rong Suea Ten (or called The Blue Temple), the whole area is quite colorful, which attracts many tourists. All architectures are decorated in many tones of colors, for example blue, golden, orange, green etc. The most remarkable part of the temple is the Ubosot. This chapel is the most famous since it was recently built in a contemporary Thai style and has such an amazing appearance. The work belongs to Phuttha Kabkaew, a former student of the famous artist Chalermchai Kositpipat who designed The White Temple. Return to the hotel, dinner and overnight at the hotel.
Breakfast and departure at 7 a.m. to visit the Golden Triangle, where the rivers Sop Ruak and Mekong create a natural border between Thailand, Myanmar and Laos. At the first stop visit the House of Opium, where various dark stories of this beautiful and rich region in northern Thailand are exposed. Lunch in a local restaurant. In the afternoon, visit Wat Rong Khun (or called White Temple) which was designed and built by the famous artist Chalermchai Kositpipat in 1997. The journey continues to Chiang Mai, once the capital of the Kingdom of Lanna (1296-1768) which later on became the kingdom of Chiang Mai from 1774 to 1939. Arrival in Chiang Mai in the late afternoon. Hotel accommodation and overnight.
Breakfast and departure around 7 a.m. to visit the Elephant Camp to see an Elephant Show (the experience on the elephant is optional). Continue to the orchid nursery and lunch in a local restaurant. After lunch, visit Wat Phra Singh (Lion Buddha Temple), one of the most beautiful classic Lanna-style architecture in northern Thailand, where it houses a highly revered Buddha image called Phra Sing Buddha. In the evening, leave the hotel for a typical Lanna-style Kan-Tok dinner with traditional Thai shows. Return to the hotel and overnight.
Breakfast and departure for the visit of Doi Suthep (1676 m. AMSL), the landmark of Chiang Mai, where the splendid pagoda of Wat Phra That Doi Suthep is located, built in 1383 during the reign of King "Kue - Na ". From the top of Doi Suthep, you can enjoy a splendid panoramic view of the city of Chiang Mai. Afterward, transfer to Chiang Mai airport in time to board the flight to Koh Samui, direct or via Bangkok. Arrival and transfer to the hotel. Free dinner. Overnight.
Breakfast at the hotel and day at guests' disposal for relaxation activities. Free meals. Overnight.
Ozo Chaweng Samui 3 stars.
The hotel has two rooms accessible near the lobby.
Breakfast at the hotel and transfer to the airport for the flight to Bangkok for flights back to Italy.
Quote per persona, a partire da:
|Dal 1 January 2020 al 19 April 2020||€ 2,090|
|Dal 20 April 2020 al 20 June 2020||€ 1,990|
|Dal 1 July 2020 al 31 August 2020||€ 2,150|
|Dal 1 September 2020 al 31 October 2020||€ 1,990|
(B / L / D): B = breakfast; L = lunch; D = Dinner
Proposed or similar hotels (hotel disable friendly):
To participate in this trip you need a passport with a residual validity of at least 6 months.
NOTES : Special promotion for bookings before April 30th.
Reference exchange rates for currencies:
Currency: THB – Exchange rate: 33.50
Changes in exchange rates with fluctuations greater than 3% will lead to an adjustment in costs and will be communicated within 20 days of departure.
Currency block: € 50 per case. Customers have the possibility of definitively blocking the cost of ground services which will no longer be subject to currency fluctuations. The request must take place simultaneously with the confirmation.
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Pamela questa volta ci descrive il suo viaggio alla volta del famoso “triangolo d’oro”, un luogo mitico. Qui infatti, il fiume Mekong e la cittadina di Sop Ruak si incontrano, per creare un confine naturale tra tre paesi; la Thailandia, il Myanmar e il Laos. Il suo nome deriva dalla produzione mondiale di oppio, che negli anni sessanta e settanta, veniva commerciato proprio in questa zona, definita strategica.
Bangkok, 20 Settembre 2016.
Il mio viaggio in Thailandia non poteva che iniziare da Bangkok, capitale dell’esotico Siam e città caotica e cosmopolita per eccellenza. Il grande fiume Chao Phraya, spina dorsale di una rete di canali, la divide in due. Proprio per questo motivo Bangkok ha assunto il titolo di “Venezia dell’Est”.