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Thailand is a country of immensely diverse natural and modern developments. A country comprised of 77 provinces each with a story to tell makes it ripe for the savvy traveler. From the Golden Triangle connections in the north, through its historical and rice producing central regions, past the capital to the idyllic islands, Thailand can capture the mind of a traveler for weeks on end.

At ONE WORLD CO. LIMITED we are reinvigorating some of the most frequented destinations – putting a new spin on Bangkok while revealing lesser known beaches and untouched coastlines in the south. Chiang Mai continues to steal the hearts of many who travel to the north, so we are using it as a gateway to reach the authentic towns of Nan and Phrae, where beautiful wooden houses still stand over 130 years later and the techniques used to construct them are still in practice today.

The Land of Smiles remains in a unique position to offer supreme luxury comforts graced with refined Thai hospitality at extremely competitive prices. Whether your clients choose to stay in spa resorts perched over the sea, mountain lodges or beachside huts, they will experience the generosity of the Thai people. Positioned at the forefront of pioneering product development, Asian Siam Travel House continues to explore Thailand from every corner, ensuring you have access to the most invigorating and unique experience



Day 1


On arrival at BANGKOK Suvarnabhumi International Airport, you will be met & greeted by our airport representative outside Exit C, Gate 10 and escorted to your vehicle for transfer to your preferred hotel. (Transfer unescorted). Rest of the day at leisure. Perhaps you could indulge yourself with a traditional Thai Massage, surprise your taste buds with the amazing local flavours and cap off the day by enjoying sunset in any of the stylish rooftop bars which have blossomed in the city’s skyscrapers in recent years… the options are limitless. Overnight in Bangkok

Day 2


Other Benefits (On Arrival) Today’s tour includes three of the most important Buddhist temples in Bangkok. Wat Traimit also known as the temple of the Golden Buddha houses a 3 meter tall statue made from solid gold and weighing 5.5 tons. You will then pass through Chinatown on your way to Wat Pho, the temple of the Reclining Buddha and home to the Chedis of the Kings. At 46 meters in length and 15 meters high the Buddha is the largest in Bangkok and illustrates the passing of the Buddha into nirvana. The Grand Palace is one of the most beautiful samples of an ancient Siamese court. It used to be the residence of the Kings of Bangkok. Here you will see palaces which were used for different occasions: the Funeral Palace, the Reception Palace, the Throne Hall, the Coronation Hall, the Royal Guest House, and Wat Phra Keo, the beautiful Emerald Buddha Temple. To round off the tour, we call in at GEMS Gallery, where you will be able to get locally made jewellery, handicrafts and Thai souvenir’s at competitive prices. Note: The Grand Palace is closed during special royal ceremonies and during visiting heads of state

Day 3

Bangkok • Ayutthaya • Phitsanulok (405 km)

Other Benefits (On Arrival) Palaces, ancient ruins, temples and monkeys are on the menu as this epic six-day tour from the capital to northern Thailand kicks off in style. After pick-up from your hotel, head to Bang Pa-In to visit the sumptuous Summer Palace of Rama V. Continue to the former capital of Ayutthaya and contemplate the ancient temples of Wat Yai Chaimongkhon, Wat Mahathat and Wat Phanan Choeng in the Ayutthaya Historical Park. Enjoy lunch at a restaurant in Chai Nat then continue to Phitsanulok for a brief orientation tour of the city before checking in at the hotel. Overnight in hotel in Phitsanulok. Lunch included. (B/L)

Day 4

Phitsanulok • Sukothai • Lampang (410 km)

Other Benefits (On Arrival) After breakfast at the hotel, head to Wat Phra Si Rattana Mahathat to join the locals in their morning prayers and offerings in this historic temple that houses one of Thailand’s most revered Buddha statues. Depart for Sukhothai to explore this ancient city packed with historical landmarks, the most impressive being the Sukhothai Historical Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Admire the ruined temples and palaces as well as the Buddha statues of all sizes. Lunch en route at a local restaurant. A short drive away is Si Satchanalai, which boasts the evocative ruins of half a dozen temples, including Wat Phra Si Rattana Mahathat – which is reached by crossing a wooden suspension bridge – as well as countless statues of Buddha and elephants. This usually quiet location offers a special spiritual interlude to the tour before arriving in Lampang for the evening. Overnight in hotel

Day 5

Lampang • Phayao • Golden Triangle

Other Benefits (On Arrival) Chiang Rai (470 km) After breakfast, explore the wonderful Wat Phra That Lampang Luang, just a brief drive from Lampang, and marvel at the elaborate decorations and beautiful Buddha statues. Continue north, stopping briefly at Phayao Lake for a coffee break, continuing to the southern outskirts of Chiang Rai to visit Wat Rong Khun, a dazzling temple built in the 1990s. Its ornate all-white exterior, with embedded pieces of mirror, gives it a resplendent appearance, which makes it one of the most beautiful temples in Thailand. Continue to Chiang Rai for lunch. Afterwards, head to the GoldenTriangle, where Thailand, Laos and Myanmar meet. This natural wilderness gained an unwanted notoriety in the 1960s because of the abundant opium cultivation in the area. Then enjoy a boat trip around the Golden Triangle with a stop at Don Sao Island, which forms part of Laos (boat trip lasts approx. 45 minutes). Overnight in hotel in Chiang Rai. Breakfast and lunch included. Overnight in hotel (B/L)

Day 6


Other Benefits (On Arrival) (220 km) Enjoy a lively start to the day’s activities at the fragrant and vibrant Chiang Rai morning market and then a brief stop at Wat Phra Kaew temple. After, delve deeper into local culture at the Hill tribe Museum and Education Centre, where the lifestyles of the area’s mountain peoples are explained along with the challenges to their survival. Continue by road to Tha Ton and enjoy a tasty lunch before heading to the ancient city of Chiang Mai. On arrival, visit Wat Phra That Doi Suthep, one of the most revered temples in the country. This sacred location is at the top of a mountain from where you can appreciate stunning panoramic views over the city. To reach the temple requires a climb up a 309-step naga staircase. Alternatively, a cable car (included) takes. Overnight in hotel in Chiang Mai. Breakfast and lunch included. nights (B/L)

Day 7

Chiang Mai (80 km)

After a good dose of culture and history, it is time for a day of wildlife and nature in the jungles near Chiang Mai. Get up close and personal with the animal kingdom at the Thai Elephant Care Centre, which was established to provide care for elderly elephants retired from logging and camps. Appreciate these gentle giants, learn more about their nature, their individual traits, their lifestyles, their talents and their charms. If the time is right, watch them play during their bath-time. Continue the visit with a stop at the Queen Sirikit Botanical Garden in Mae Rim, which first opened in 1992. The facility’s purpose is to conduct and promote botanical research, promote biodiversity and to conserve Thailand’s natural plant resources. Visit the Tropical Rainforest house, which is the largest conservatory of the glass complex. With a floor space of 1,000 square meters by 33 metres high, it holds a wide collection of tropical species, such as palms, banana trees and ginger plants. Then stroll through the majestic Orchid House. Another highlight 20 metres up in the air amongst the mountain treetops is Thailand’s longest canopy walkway. The walkway stretches around 370 metres, winding along the mountainside. Constructed from a steel with glass viewing platforms every 50 to 100 metres, you will certainly feel part of the landscape. Look down at the subtropical jungle plants far below your feet or gaze around at the surrounding mountains. At the end of the walkway you are rewarded with views stretching across the lush subtropical valley. Duration of the visit lasts approx. 2.5 to 3 hours. The visit is followed by lunch at local restaurant. After, continue to the Baan Tipmanee woodworking shop. Learn how these artisans make Chiang Mai’s most famous carved wooden products by the hands of highly skilled craftsmen. An optional khantoke dinner is available in the evening. Overnight in hotel in Chiang Mai

Day 8

Chiang Mai • Bangkok

Other Benefits (On Arrival) Departure transfer to airport for your flight to Bangkok. End of services. Feel free to extend your stay on one of Thailand’s many beach resorts. Phuket, Samui, Hua Hin, Pattaya, Krabi, Phi Phi..(B)

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