Day 1: Departure from city of origin in flight with stopover. Arrival in Bangkok the next day.
Day 2: Arrival at Bangkok airport. Pick up at the airport and transfer to the hotel. Accommodation and breakfast. Stay in Bangkok.
Day 3: Breakfast. Day to carry out the scheduled private visits in the city.
Day 4: Breakfast. Continuation of scheduled visits
Day 5: Bangkok - Ayutthaya - Phitsanuloke.
Breakfast. Meeting with the Spanish speaking guide in the hotel lobby. Departure to Ayutthaya north of Bangkok.
- Visit to Bang Pa In Summer Palace. The original Bang Pa In Palace was built by King Prasat Thong and was used as a country residence for the late kings of the Ayutthaya era. However, after the capital moved to Bangkok, Bang Pa In was abandoned for 80 years, then revived by King Rama V. He ordered the construction of new buildings - theaters, temples and other monuments in a mixture of European, Chinese and Thai styles.
- Visit to Ayutthaya Historical Park which covers the ruins of the ancient city of the same name, which was founded in 1350 and was the capital of the country until its destruction by the Burmese army in 1767. We will visit Wat Yai Chai Mongkol In the southeast of the city of Ayutthaya. This monastery was built in 1357 AD. For the use of the monks who had returned from ancient Ceylon.
Lunch at local restaurant.
- Visit to Wat Phra Si Sanphet. This is the most important temple within the complex of the Royal Palace and the original of which was later copied, the Temple of the Buddha
Day 6: Lampang - Phayao - Chiang Rai
Breakfast. Departure from the hotel to explore a traditional horse cart on the outskirts of the city of Lampang. We will visit Baan Sao Nuk, a 150 year-old teak house built in the North-Eastern style, and also stop at the temple of Wat Phra Kaew Don Tao, where the famous Emerald Buddha was consecrated for 32 years (from 1436 to 1468).
- Drive to Phayao Town, home to Kwan Phayao, an immense freshwater lake which is the largest habitat for freshwater fish in the north of the country, providing the necessary livelihoods for many of the local populations. around. Lunch at local restaurant
- We visited Wat Sri Khom Kam with his Chao Ton Luang - a 17 meter high Buddha statue. Then drive to Chiang Rai city (1 ½ hours by car).
- Before entering Chiang Rai, we will visit the White Temple (Wat Rong Khun), the only temple in the north with beautiful painting and its pure white chapel and adorned with exquisite stuccos of traditional Thai style.
- Arrive in Chiang Rai city, lodging.
Day 7: Chaing Rai - Golden Triangle - Chiang Mai
Breakfast. We visit the tribe "Long Neck" Here, the woman wears several bronze rings around her long and slender necks. Usually about twenty or more rings around the neck. This tribe originates in the Shan state, which belongs to Myanmar.
- Continuation of the trip to Mae Sai, the physical border between Thailand and Myanmar and the northernmost point of Thailand. Enjoy shopping for local Myanmar produce at the local market.
- We will continue the visit in the Golden Triangle, where the borders of three countries are united: Thailand, Laos and Myanmar. We will ascend a small hill where you will find the temple Wat Phra That Phu Khao and a magnificent and colorful view of the Golden Triangle. Lunch at a local restaurant.
- We return to the tour with a boat trip on the river Mae Khong. Here you will enjoy the view of the Golden Buddha Statue, located by the river.
- We will continue by car through the beautiful landscapes of the Golden Triangle towards Chiang Mai. We will enjoy picturesque scenic routes through the northern mountains and valleys through the hot springs of the Mae Ka Chan district.
- Emerald in Bangkok. Three prominent Ceylon style pagodas were built during the 15th century to consecrate the ashes of three Ayutthaya kings.
Visit to Wat Maha That - The heart and soul of the city. We believe that Wat Maha was built before the Ayutthaya period or around the 14th century. One of the images that were found by the Department of Fine Arts was an image of a sitting Buddha, which belongs to the Lopburi Period. The pagodas of the temple are of Khmer style, built with laterite
- Departure to Phitsanuloke and arrival at the hotel.
Day 8: Phitsanuloke - Sukhothai - Lampang
Breakfast. Departure from the hotel and visit Wat Phra Sri Rattan Mahathat, one of the most beautiful houses in the temple of Thailand and which houses significant Buddha images. The museum on the temple grounds houses a Sukhothai art collection. Then, departure towards Sukhothai (1 hour trip).
- We will visit Sukhothai Historical Park, considered the first independent Thai kingdom. Here we will visit the ruins of royal palaces, Buddhist temples, entrance gates to the city, walls, ditches, ditches, ditches, pond channels and water dam control system, which were the magical and spiritual center of the Kingdom and now Are preserved and were once restored by the Department of Fine Arts, with the cooperation of UNESCO, not only in order to promote the national identity of Thailand, but also to safeguard the good example of the cultural heritage of mankind.
Lunch at local restaurant.
- Drive to Si Satchanalai Historical Park declared a World Heritage Site in 1991 and whose ruins are located on the right bank of the river Yom. This spectacular complex houses all kinds of ruins of ancient royal palaces, Buddhist temples and is very similar to Sukhotai, although with a more relaxed and peaceful environment.
- We will then travel along the mountain road in Lampang province (2 hours by car). On the way, we will visit the temple of Phrathat Lampang Luang, Lanna style architecture and the most important of northern Thailand.
- Arrival in Chiang Mai and transfer to hotel.
Day 9: Chiang Mai City & Temples Tour / Doi Suthep Temple
Transfer to the old city to see the city walls and moat. We will begin the tour with Chiang Man, the oldest temple, probably dating to 1296. The temple was the residence of King Mengrai, who founded Chiang Mai, and is notable for a stupa supported by rows of colossal buttresses.
Continue to the temple of Chedi Luang, where the great stupa is located, which was built at the end of the 14th century. Although it was destroyed by an earthquake in 1545, it remains the highest structure in Chiang Mai until today.
Then visit the temple of Phra Singh which was built in 1345. This temple contains wonderful examples of Lanna art including a viharn Lanna style and the best writing repository of its kind in the north.
Visit to the Cultural and Artistic Center of the City of Chiang Mai; The former Chiang Mai Provincial Hall to learn more about Chiang Mai's history, tradition, culture, customs and life. Lunch at local restaurant.
We will continue with the visit to Wat Phrathat Doi Suthep; This temple was built in 1383. It is located at 1,050 meters above sea level. We will see the marvelous golden pagoda, containing the relics of Buddha. We will enjoy the panoramic view of the city of Chiang Mai and the Ping valley from the summit of Doi Suthep.
Then transfer back to the hotel.
Day 10: Breakfast. Transfer to Chiang Mai airport for flight to Bangkok. Link with flight to city of origin. Arrival the next day.