Classic Tour & Trekking - 9 days

Activity packages

Gold - with driver


From 882.35

Platinum - with guide


From 1057.35

Silver - self-drive


From 632.35

Hotel packages

Tour starting from
Classic circuit at the start, but for ecology lovers, the extreme north is replaced by 3 days of private and gentle trekking in the forests around Chiang Mai, with accommodation in the tribes and small meals prepared by our local guides. Speaking French, they will be able to give you explanations on the fauna and the flora as well as on the different tribes which you will rub shoulders.

Total kilometers for the tour: 1,374 km and about 19:10 minutes.

Day 1 - Bangkok

 Bangkok 



Visit of the temples of Bangkok

This activity will make you travel through the most famous temples of Bangkok. From the Wat Phra Kaew, Wat Pho to the Wat Arun, you will be amazed by the rich architectural culture of the capital of Thailand and all its wonders.

Exploring the klongs

Mahasawat is only about 50 kms from Bangkok in Nakhon Pathom Province, near to Mahidol University’s Salaya Campus. The Province of Nakhon Pathom is criss-crossed by many canals (klongs) and irrigation ditches. Mahasawat is built along one of these canals which is the life source of the community, and for many, the only way of commuting.



Furama Silom - Superior room


Day 2 - Bangkok - Dammoen Saduak -Kanchanaburi - Bangkok

 Bangkok  Kanchanaburi 


Mae Klong Railway Market

The Maeklong Railway Market has been around since 1905. It is found in the province of Samut Songkhram, located on the Gulf of Thailand. Fishing was (and still is) one of the main livelihoods of the people who lived here, and the market was another way in which to sell their goods. Officials decided to build a railway in order to better deliver these goods to provinces around Thailand, including the capital. The market remained, however, despite the new tracks that cut through it. You will hear the train long before you actually see it. Vendors and merchants collectively begin to coolly move their belongings and umbrellas away from the tracks as the train barrels forward, laying on its horn every now and then to warn people of its inevitable passing; this is why the market is also known as the ‘umbrella pulldown’ market. Watch as the food you are about to devour is literally run over by the train as it passes. The train is so close you can reach out and touch it as it zooms by, though we do not recommend doing this.

Damnoen Saduak Floating Market

The most famous of the floating markets of Bangkok is Damnoen Saduak, about 100 kilometers southwest of Bangkok. This buzzing market is at its best in the early morning before the crowds arrive and the heat of the day builds up.


The JEATH War Museum

JEATH stands for Japan, England, America, Australia, Thailand and Holland, representing the nationalities of the prisoners of war (POW's) who were forced to work on the construction of the famous "Bridge On The River Kwai". The museum is on the bank of the River, inside Wat Chai Chumphon temple, and displays graphic images of the terrible conditions inflicted on the many young men that died and the many that survived to tell the story.


Furama Silom - Superior room


Day 3 - Bangkok – Ayutthaya - Sukhothai

 Bangkok  Ayutthaya  Sukhothai 


Ayutthaya

Founded 1350, Ayutthaya became the second Siamese capital after Sukhothai. It was destroyed by the Burmese in the eighteenth century. Its remains, characterized by the prang or reliquary towers and the gigantic monasteries, give an idea of its past splendor.

Lopburi

Lopburi was one of the centers of the Dvaravati culture. She then came under Khmer domination at the time of the kingdom of Lavo, and was the second capital of the Kingdom of Ayutthaya in Narai the Great (Ramathibodi III reign 1657-1688). He built a large palatial assembly, the King Narai's Palace, which is now a museum.


The Charme - Deluxe room


Day 4 - Sukhotai - Lampang - Chiang Mai

 Sukhothai  Lamphun  Chiang Mai 


Sukhothai

Sukhothai was the first capital of Siam founded in 1238 and ending the Khmer kingdom of Angkor Wat. Sukhothai was listed in 1991 as a World Heritage of Humanity. It is more famous for his art than for his political achievements.

Wat Sri Chum

Known as the temple of the bodhi tree, Wat Si Chum was built in circa 13th Buddhist century. The highlight is the graceful Buddha sculpture enshrined inside the remaining structure of the square mandala building. Located 1,500 meters from the north of the WatMahathat, Wat Si Chum is surrounded with the long moat acting like a boundary.

Lampang temples

Visit the several buddhist temples of Lampang, with a Lanna-style architecture.




The Park - Superior room


Day 5 - Trekking

 Chiang Mai 


Trekking

The most beautiful trekking in the northern province of Thailand Chiang Mai are located in Mae Taeng and Mae Wang: waterfalls, elephants, plunging valleys and wild nature. This region is also known for its large populations of ethnic tribes such as the Karen, Akha, Lisu and Lahu.

Day 6 - Trekking

 Chiang Mai 


Day 7 - Trekking

 Chiang Mai 



The Park - Superior room


Day 8 - Chiang Mai – Doi Suthep - handicraft - Bangkok

 Chiang Mai  Bangkok 


Doi Suthep

The Wat Phra That Doi Suthep is a Buddhist temple in Chiang Mai province, Thailand. It is often referred to as Doi Suthep although this is actually the name of the mountain on which it is located. Located 13 kilometers north of the city of Chiang Mai, it is a sacred site for the Thais. From the temple, you will have an impressive view of the city of Chiang Mai.


Day 9 - Bangkok

 Bangkok 




Furama Silom - Deluxe room