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DAY 1 : Arrival Chiangmai (Dinner)
Upon arrival at Chiang Mai international airport, check in to the hotel and proceed with your activities in Chiang Mai.
Day 2 : Chiangmai - Chiangrai 186 kms ( (Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner)
Head to Chiang Rai after breakfast. Visit Mae Kajan Hot Spring on the way. Afterward, go to Singha Park, which in itself is 12.8 kilometers long and 450 meters above sea level. It is home to a vast area of gorgeous lakes, blooming flora, and wildlife like giraffes and zebras. This all can be enjoyed by a tram ride.
As you enjoy your lunch, soak in the lovely scenery of the park from a panoramic vantage point. After that, drive to Mae Sai, Thailand's northernmost town and one of the busiest Myanmar-Thailand border crossings. Afterward, head towards the fabled Golden Triangle, which itself is made of Myanmar's, Laos', and Thailand's borders. Take on the Mekong River boat trip and enjoy the breathtaking scenery. Finally, return to your accommodation before joining your fellow members in releasing a water lantern (one per person, and only available during November
Day 3: Chiangrai - Chiangmai (Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner)
Visit Wat Rong Khun, popularly referred as as "The White Temple," to start off your day. After that, proceed to Wat Phra That Doi Suthep and use a two-way cable lift to explore the area. You can gaze in awe at this location's expansive views of Chiang Mai and the Ping River. Experience the Old City of Chiang Mai on a special tuk-tuk journey. The old city's intertwining network of lanes and alleyways beckons with abundance of street-side stalls, old temples, and lovely architecture. It is one of the few places in Thailand that still has its original walls standing. Next, enjoy the benefits of Chiang Mai Night Bazaar's shopping. Additionally, you may purchase wonderful handicrafts and souvenirs for your loved ones back home as well as shop and eat to your heart's content here.
DAY 4 Chiangmai (Breakfast/ Lunch/Dinner)
Visit Maetang Elephant Camp after breakfast to learn about the remarkable history these enormous animals have had with the Thai people and how they have served as a cultural icon and a national symbol ever since the dawn of time. Today at the camp, an exhilarating elephant ride through the wide plains and an elephant show will give you a close-up encounter with elephants. Then, continue your tour of the rural area by riding an oxcart and bamboo raft. After that, head onto a Long Neck Hill Tribe Village to learn more about this fascinating group's way of living and culture. Visit local industries next, such as those producing leather, jewels, honey, and bird nests.
***Note*** Activities and rides at Maetaeng Elephant Camp are subject to weather conditions.
DAY 5 Chaingmai - Departure (Breakfast)
Check out hotel at 12.00pm After breakfast, free at leisure until transfer to Airport for your flight home.