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Siamese Dream:

Thailand has a lot to offer and this is a tour that gets you to see and experience most of it. Not only do you see the must sees but you also take the back roads to explore its tranquil landscapes and meets its fabulous Hill Tribe People.

The tour starts in Bangkok and gives its full experience as we take a variety of transport to travel and indulge in authentic local cuisine. We proceed north and visit Ayutthaya, Chang Rai, Mae Sai, The Golden Triangle and the mighty Mea Kong River. To conclude our adventure we relax at the paradise island of Ko Samet. An adventure like this was only in dreams before.

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Bangkok - Multi Transport
An authentic and exotic way to visit Bangkok is on its unique local transport, Tuk Tuk, scooters and boats… we use them all. We explore the canals and see how the people of this great city live. We will visit Wat Saket, Wat Phra Keaw, The Emerald Buddha, Wat Po and Wat Arun. See Thai families who rely on the canals for their baths, washing and food. We conclude our day by boarding Bangkok’s Skytrain and then riding motorcycle taxis to our hotel.
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Bangkok
Today we hop on mountain bikes to explore the hidden culture that lines along the city’s canals. This is a great way to explore the off roads. In the evening visit Bangkok by night, its Marble Temple and the famous Pat Pong night bazaar for great bargain shopping. Try some authentic Thai food. Those who dare can also sample some nutritious bugs.
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Bangkok - Ayutthaya - Chang Rai
Explore the ancient city of Auyutthaya on bicycle. This world heritage site has kept some of the most stunning temples from ancient Siam. Return to Bangkok and fly to Chang Rai.
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Bangkok - Chang Rai
We begin our adventure by taking mountain bikes on a long-tail boat to Ban Ruammit elephant camp. This Karen village is surrounded by Limestone Mountains and is a great venue for an elephant trek and some hill tribe cuisine. Back on our bikes for a stunning ride back to Chiang Rai city, stopping along the way for spectacular photo opportunities of hill tribe settlements and river valleys. Check out some of Chiang Rai’s attractions, sample culinary specialties and spend the evening at the Night Bazaar.
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Chang Rai - Doi Mae Salong
On scooter set off for the beautiful mountain village of Doi Mae Salong, in the heart of The Golden Triangle. Spend the night in a beautiful Chinese villa, perched on the side of a mountain. Tonight at dinner, we’ll enjoy northern Thai favorites as well as local Chinese specialties.
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Golden Triangle - Mae Sai
Visit the Doi Tung Royal Gardens for lunch, head on to Thailand’s most northern settlement, Mae Sai, on the Burmese border.
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Mae Sai - Chiang Khong
Breakfast in Burma while on a visit to Burmese border town of Thachilek; From here we follow the Mekong River to the center of the infamous Golden Triangle for something just a little bit different. We stop at a Burmese casino and see a glimpse of Laotian life and then take our wild speedboat ride down the Mekong to the village of Chiang Khong. Early evening escapades involve fishing for giant catfish or a leisurely stroll along the banks of the Mekong.
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Chiang Khong - Chang Rai
Embark on a spectacular jungle trek and waterfall climb amongst sequestered hill tribes and virgin rain forest. Immerse yourself in champagne waterfalls in their natural lush green surroundings. Early in the evening drive to back to Chiang Rai.
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Chang Rai - Ko Samet
Fly to Bangkok and hop in a private minivan, which will take you to the island paradise of Ko Samet where you spend the next four-days. There are great opportunities for snorkeling and fishing trips to nearby islands. This is the perfect setting to soak up some sun, reflect on the adventure you’ve just had and RELAX.
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Ko Samet
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Ko Samet
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Ko Samet - Bangkok
Speed boats in Mekong
Meet the Hill Tribe People
Come face to face with many wonders of Northern Thailand
Relax at the island paradise
  • Unique Local Experience
  • Variety of transport
  • Typical Local Transport
  • Meet with Indiginous People
  • Try Exotic Food
  • Biking
Piece of cake

 
 
 
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