Golden Triangle, Chiang Rai - Tour No.14

We will pick you up from your hotel between 7.10 a.m.until 7.30 a.m. and travel by air conditioned minivan with the group up to the North of Chiang Mai for about 1 hour then stop to visit the Hot Spring.

 

We will take a break here around 25 mins then continue up North to visit the White Temple.  

 

The White Temple is one of the most beautiful temples in Thailand.  It was designed by Chalermchai Kositpipat, constructed in 1997.

 

Next we will visit The Golden Triangle, the point meeting of Laos, Myanmar and Thailand ( with the option to take a boat trip crossing the Mae Khong River to Laos ) Lunch is along he way at the a local restaurant.

 

After lunch we will stop to visit Mae Sai is the northern – most city of Thailand.

 

On the way we will visit a Hilltribe ( with the option to visit Long Neck tribe ) then back to Chiang Mai for between 8.30 – 9.00 p.m..

 

An optional trip to see the long neck ladies is available at an extra cost.

 

What to bring

 

Jumper for cooler season, water, your camera and Thai Baht!

 

Tours leave daily from Chiang Mai, 7.00m to 8.30pm

 

Cost from 1000 baht with option to take boat trip to Laos or visit long neck for 1200 baht or 1500 baht for both options.

 

 

 

 

 

One Day Black Temple and White Temple, Chiang Rai - Tour No.54

On this tour, we will pick you up from your hotel and drive for about one hour, stopping to visit Mae Kajan natural hot spring.

 

We will stay here for about 30 minutes, then drive for about 1.40 hours to visit the White Temple.

 

Perhaps the most unique temple in the Kingdom of Thailand, the White Temple was born from the devotion of National Artist Chalermchai Kositpipat. A deeply de-vout Buddhist famed primarily for his religiously themed paintings, Chalerm-chai began work on the White Temple in 1997.

 

Wat Rong Khun, however, is no traditional temple.  Chalermchai reimag-ines Thai art for the modern world.

 

We will have lunch along the way and after lunch will stop to visit the Black Temple.

 

Everything at Baan Dam is black, or at least gives off a dark aura, and each one of the 15 buildings is em-bellished and furnished with animal remains.

 

Afterward, there is an option to visit a long-neck village.

 

We return to Chiang Mai around 6.30 p.m.

 

Daily 7:30 a.m.–6:30 p.m.

 

 

Cost from 1050 baht per person

 

 

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