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    DAY 1: BANGKOK (D)

    Arrive at Bangkok and meet guide & driver. Transfer to hotel and check in. Proceed for dinner. Spend your evening at leisure, enjoy a delicious genuine Thai style dinner in a delightful Thai atmosphere surrounded by beautiful decoration. The meal is accompanied by Thai classical music and dances. The dancers with their beautiful glittering costumes and exquisite graceful movements will stay in your memory forever. Back to hotel and overnight at Bangkok.

    DAY 2: CITY & TEMPLE TOUR BANGKOK (B,L)
    Breakfast at hotel. This tour includes three of the most unusual Buddhist temples in Bangkok: Wat Trimitr with its invaluable Golden Buddha (5 ½ tons of solid gold) – Wat Po, the most extensive temple in Bangkok, with its colossal Reclining Buddha and the Chedis of the Kings.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 Thailand.  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 the beautiful Emerald Buddha Temple. Lunch at local restaurant. Enjoy a klong tour by a public ferry boat. Visit the Wat Arun or Temple of Dawn and its amazing architecture, situated on the banks of the Charophraya River. Overnight at Bangkok.

    DAY 3: DAMNOEN SADUAK & RIVER KWAI DAY TOUR (B,L)
    Breakfast at hotel. Among the “must see” attractions in Thailand is a visit to the famous rural Damnoen Saduak Floating market, situated 110 kms west of Bangkok. Take a ride in the long tailboat along the canal and view the lifestyle of the Thai Villager selling wares from the boats while meandering in the canals. Visit Kanchanaburi province. Visit the famous River Kwai Bridge and the Jeath Museum. Take a ride in the death railway train. Lunch enroute. Late afternoon and transfer to Bangkok. Overnight at Bangkok.

    DAY 4: BANGKOK – CHIANG MAI (B)
    Breakfast at hotel. Transfer to airport for flight to Chiang Mai. Meet & greet at Chiang Mai Airport. Visit the Doi Suthep Temple. Perched on top of the mountain which overlooking the city and also the most important landmark of Chiang Mai. The temples was built in 13 century, contains a golden pagoda that houses a part of the holy relics of the lord Buddha, besides you will visit Hmong Hill Tribe to see their life style.
    Later visit the handicraft village along Sankampang Road which is well known place among the visitor both Thai and foreigner for their local products since Chiang Mai was the independent kingdom. The villagers with their unique skill created the master piece for their respectful person including for the royal family. The process was continue and inherit from generation to generation and become to the home industry which makes their products very famous throughout the country, the trip will visit number of factories to see the procedure of those products such as, umbrella making and painting, silver ware, lacquer ware, celadon,  wood carving and Thai silk.  Check in at hotel. Overnight at Chiang Mai.

    DAY 5: ELEPHANT TREKKING ,CHIANG MAI (B,L)
    Breakfast at hotel. Feeding the elephant with bunches of bananas before they walk into the river for their daily bathing.  And then, they will demonstrate how to log in the jungle in the previous day. Next, enjoy with the elephant riding through the jungle (up – down hill) and into the river and visit the Lizu Hill tribe Village. After lunch, relax with the scenery along the river by the bamboo rafting and do ox-cart ride will take you to the local village. Then visit the beautiful orchid farm on the way back. Lunch included.

    DAY 6: CHIANG MAI – CHIANG RAI (B)
    Breakfast at hotel. Depart Chiang Mai in the early morning to Chiang Rai province. We proceed to Chiang Rai via Thaton route. Visit the Thaton Temple .  Visit the Long neck hill tribe.
    After that, travel to “Mae Sai” the border between Thailand and Myanmar (Burma).
    before heading to the Golden Triangle a well known place as one of the world biggest producing area, which now a day become one of the landmark of Chiang Rai, you can see the scenery where Thailand, Burma and Laos meet. Transfer to hotel. Overnight at Chiang Rai.

    DAY 7: CHIANG MAI RAI TOUR – BANGKOK – VIETIANE (B)
    Breakfast at hotel. Visit the Doi Tung Mountain (Mae Fah Luang Garden, Royal Palace) + transfer to Chiang Rai Airport for flight to Bangkok. Arrive at Bangkok and take connecting flight to Vietiane. Meet upon arrival at Vientiane Wattay airport and transfer to the hotel. Visit, the oldest original temple in Vientiane. Built in 1818, Vat Sisaket is the sole survivor of an invasion in 1828. Vat Sisaket features remarkable frescoes and 6,840 Buddha images. Nearby is Ho Phra Keo, once the royal temple of Lao monarchy. Built in 1565, Ho Phra Keo has been used as a museum since 1970 and contains some of the finest Buddhist sculptures and artifacts in the country. The main structure originally housed the famous Emerald Buddha that now resides in Bangkok’s Wat Phra Keo. One of the most photographed images of Vientiane is Patousay, the victory gate also known as Anousavari. Constructed in 1958, its architecture is inspired by the Arc of Triumph in Paris. Another famous Vientiane landmark is the That Luang Stupa. King Setthathirath built this great sacred stupa in 1566. Its central structure is 45 meters tall and echoes the curving lines of an elongated lotus. The original stupa was said to contain relics of Lord Buddha. Accommodation at the hotel. Overnight at Vietiane.

    DAY 8: VIETIANE TO LUANG PRABANG (B)
    Breakfast at hotel. Breakfast at the hotel. If time permits, visit the Morning Market.Transfer to the airport for flight Vientiane – Luang Prabang (flight time: 40 minutes).Meet upon arrival at Luang Prabang airport, transfer and check-in at the hotel. The crown jewel of Laos and former Lanexang, Luang Prabang, is perhaps the best-preserved traditional city in South East Asia. Magical and charming, it has preserved its long-standing reputation as a stronghold of Lao culture with its splendid natural scenery and sense of timelessness. In 1995 UNESCO voted Luang Prabang as a World Heritage City. Visit , the site of an impressive stupa, That Makmo, stylistically more Srilankalese than Lao. Then walk to the nearby Vat Aham, which is one of the city’s major tutelary shrines, dedicated to Deveta Luang (spirit) Pu Gneu Ya Gneu (ancestors).  Climb Phousi Hill for an outstanding view over the city. Continue to visit Vat Mai, built in 1796, famous for the five – tiered roof of its wooden sim. Sunset at Vat Siphouthabath located along the Mekong River. Accommodation at the hotel. Overnight at Luang Prabang.

    DAY 9: LUANG PRABANG – KHUANG SI (B)
    Breakfast at the hotel. Departure by road to the Khuang Xi Waterfalls (30 kms, approx. 1 hour drive). The waterfalls tumble over multi – tiered limestone formations into cool, clear pools ideal for swimming and relaxing. On the way to the waterfalls, visit the Khmu minority village of Ban Thapaene for a glimpse into their lifestyle. Picnic lunch nearby the waterfalls. Return to Luang Prabang. On the way, visit Ban Xom, a lowland Lao village known for its cotton production. Stop at Ban Xang Khong village to see how traditional Sa paper is made. Dinner the hotel. Accommodation at the hotel. Overnight at Luang Prabang.

    DAY 10: LUANG PRABANG – PAK OU (B)
    Breakfast at the hotel. Visit Vat Xieng Thong, considered as the most beautiful temple. The sim of the Vat represents the classic Luang Prabang temple architecture with roofs that sweep low to the ground. In the compound stand several small chapels housing bronze Buddha images, which were displayed in Paris in 1911. Near the East gate stands the Royal Funeral Chapel. Inside are an impressive 12-meter high funeral chariot and various funeral urns of each Royal Family’s member. The gilt panel on the exterior of the chapel depicts a semi-erotic episode from Ramayana. Then board a traditional boat for a trip upstream the Mekong River to visit the famous caves of Pak Ou housing thousands of statues representing Lord Buddha. Return to Luang Prabang by boat and continue by car to visit Ban Phanom, a weaving village populated by Thai Lu that originally came from Sipsongpanna in Southern China. Accommodation at the hotel.

    DAY 11: LUANG PRABANG – BANGKOK – HUAHIN (B)
    Breakfast at the hotel. Visit the National Museum (former King’s Palace) displaying a collection of personal artifacts of the Royal Family. Then stroll through the lively Central Market where the ethnic minorities of the surroundings come daily. Then transfer to the airport for departure to Bangkok. Arrive at Bangkok and meet guide/driver. Transfer to beachside town of Huahin. Check in at hotel. Overnight at Huahin.

    DAY 12: HUAHIN (B)
    Breakfast + free n easy

    DAY 13: HUAHIN (B)
    Breakfast + free n easy

    DAY 14: HUAHIN (B)
    Breakfast + free n easy

    DAY 15: HUAHIN – BANGKOK - DEPARTURE(B)
    Breakfast at hotel. Transfer to Bangkok airport for flight home/next destination. End of services.

    SUPPLEMENT FOR AIRFARES IN USD INCLUDING TAX
    Chiang Rai – Bangkok by TG - USD 151/pax/ticket
    Bangkok – Vietiane by PG - USD 223/pax/ticket
    Bangkok – Luang Prabang by PG - USD 295/pax/ticket
    Vietiane – Luang Prabang by Lao Airlines – USD 105/pax/ticket

    Kindly recheck airfares again before book/issue as can change without prior notice

    HOTEL USED:
    Bangkok                 The Siam Heritage (superior)              www.thesiamheritage.com
    Chiang Mai              Imperial Mae Ping (superior)               www.imperialhotels.com
    Chiang Rai              Rimkok Resorts (superior)                  www.rimkokresorts.com
    Luang Prabang        Lao Orchid Hotel (superior)                 www.lao-orchid.com
    Vietiane                  Villa Chitdara                                     www.villachitdara.com
    Huahin                    Huahin Mantra Resort & Spa (deluxe)   www.huahinmantra.com

    INCLUSIONS:
    All accommodation on double/twin sharing basis with daily ABF
    All airport – hotel – airport transfers on private basis with English speaking guide
    All tours & transfers and transfers on private basis with English speaking guide, all entrance fees
    Meals as indicated (Breakfast, L-lunch, D-Dinner), drinks excluded
    Complimentary drinking water and wet tissue on tour days

    EXCLUSIONS:
    Air fares of any kind (quoted separately)
    Services not mentioned above
    Extra charges, personal expenses
    Surcharge for peak/festival season if any (upon booking)
    Optional tours /meals/transfers if any, drinks excluded
    Compulsory Gala dinners on 24Dec 2012 and 31Dec 2012
    Travel insurance, visa fees



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