Thailand: Bangkok & Golden Triangle – 7D/6N


Day 01Arrival to Bangkok

Arrival at Bangkok international airport. Welcome by our local representative and private transfer to the chosen hotel.

Overnight at your chosen hotel

Day 02Bangkok

Breakfast will be served at the hotel. Pick up from your hotel and transfer to visit Wat Tramitr, the Temple of the Golden Buddha, which houses an impressive and solid 3-meter-high golden Buddha, weighing 5 ½ tons, carved in a wonderful “Sukhothai” style. Then we continue to Wat Pho, the Reclining Buddha Temple, from which you will need an extensive list of superlatives to give honorable justice to this great work of art and religious worship. It is, of the temples of Bangkok, the oldest and largest; inside you can admire the largest Reclining Buddha in the whole collection of Buddha images in Thailand. It is also well known for being the first public education center. Then we will go to the Old Royal Palace, former residence of the Thai Kings, built by King Rama I in 1782. The site has several buildings among which the renowned Temple of the Emerald Buddha, also known as Wat Phra Kaew, stands out. In it you can contemplate the famous Sculpture of Buddha, of 48.3 centimeters, made in a single piece of jade of emerald color, of incalculable value and of great artistic beauty. This image of the Buddha has three "garments" that are changed at different times during the year. As for its antiquity, it is estimated that it was sculpted in southern China around the 15th century. Thais believe that praying in front of this image brings good luck. Other important visits within the enclosure are the 9 Towers and the Pantheon of the Kings, the proud golden domes; the inspired capitals; exotic murals on the walls; impressive ceramic decorations. They are all simple and simple words to describe the magnificence of the most prominent and important point of Bangkok - the great royal palace. It can also be interesting to visit some of the cameras / interior rooms such as the Throne Room, the Official Reception Hall and the Coronation Hall (closed on Saturdays, Sundays, public holidays and special occasions).

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Day 03Bangkok

Breakfast will be served at the hotel. At the scheduled time picked up at your hotel to go by road to the Klong Damnoen Saduak floating market, located in the province of Ratchaburi, and considered the most important in the country. Once in the vicinity of the market we will make a motor boat ride through the canal area until we reach the market and have free time to explore their products and enjoy the lively atmosphere. After finishing the visit to the market on the way back to Bangkok, we took the opportunity to visit the Phra Pathom Chedia pagoda in the town of Nakhon Pathom, very important because it is the highest Pagoda in the world (127 meters) in its style. Lunch at a local restaurant. Arrival at the hotel in Bangkok.

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Day 04Bangkok – Chiang Rai

Breakfast will be served at the hotel. At the indicated time, transfer to the airport to take the flight to Chiang Rai. Upon your arrival at Chiang Rai Airport (before 10.00 in the morning), you will be greeted and greeted at the airport by our local representative. They will start with a visit to the Mae Fah Luang Botanical Garden which is located at 1,512 m. above sea level, followed by a visit to the Royal Chalet and the museum of the mother of the princess.

Lunch at a local restaurant. Arrival in Chiang Rai and transfer to the hotel. Later we will go to the famous “Golden Triange” of the Mekong River, the eighth longest river in the world, with views of Thailand, Laos and Burma.

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Day 05Chiang Rai – Chiang Mai

Breakfast will be served at the hotel. Early in the morning we will begin with the visit to the original and curious temple of Wat Rong Seur Ten. We will continue the day sailing the Maekok river in a traditional Thai boat until arriving at the town of the “Karen" ethnic groups. Next, we will leave for Chiang Mai, making a stop at the popular White Temple (Wat Rong Kun in Thai) with its also famous bridge. The villagers think that Buddha crossed this bridge to preach the dogma for the first time. The white color of the temple represents purity and Buddhist wisdom. We will have lunch at a local restaurant during the route. In the afternoon we will visit the Wat Phra Doi Suthep, a temple located in the mountain from where you can enjoy beautiful views of Chiang Mai. At night Khantoke dinner included with traditional Thai dance show.

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Day 06Chiang Mai

Breakfast will be served at the hotel. Transfer to the elephant camp, located in the middle of the jungle, where we will see a demonstration of strength and skill of these great creatures. Next, we will begin our safari on elephant back following the river bed and crossing the thick vegetation of the jungle. After the safari, we will make an exciting descent down the river in bamboo rafts and a car ride pulled by buffaloes to enjoy the surroundings. We will have lunch in a local restaurant and visit an orchid plantation where we will be able to witness the incomparable beauty of this beautiful floral species. Later, we will visit the popular craft street, where most traditional decorative objects from the north are made, such as hand-painted umbrellas, jewelry, precious stones, as well as wood or silk carvings.

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Day 07Depart Chiang Mai

Breakfast will be served at the hotel. At the indicated time, transfer to the airport to take the flight to the next destination.


  • 6 nights’ accommodation
  • Transfers and tours as stated in the program
  • Spanish speaking guide is accompanied
  • Meal plan as mentioned in the program: B = breakfast, L = lunch, D = dinner
  • Admission fee of places as mentioned in the program
  • VAT and Services charge


  • Other expenses not mentioned in the program
  • International or Domestic Airfare
  • Other meals
  • Other admission fee not stated in the program

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