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Immerse yourself in the wonders of Northern Thailand on an eight-day journey full of unforgettable cultural experiences. Immerse yourself in the wonders of Northern Thailand on an eight-day journey full of unforgettable cultural experiences. Make a trip to Thailand today! Immerse yourself in the wonders of Northern Thailand on an eight-day journey full of unforgettable cultural experiences. Immerse yourself in the wonders of Northern Thailand on an eight-day journey full of unforgettable cultural experiences.

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Immerse yourself in the marvels of North Thailand on an eight-day journey full of memorable outings. Discover the tranquil Ayutthaya Historical Park, a UNESCO Heritage Site, and eat on a rebuilt paddy boat. At this place of gold buddhistic temple tapering your travelling spirits - and broaden your worldview.

Immerse yourself in the marvels of North Thailand on an eight-day journey full of memorable outings. Discover the quiet Ayutthaya Historical Park, a UNESCO Heritage Site, and eat on a rebuilt paddy boat. Journey to a historic town outside Chiang Mai and see a guest house of a native hostess. At this place of gold buddhistic temple tapering your travelling spirits - and broaden your worldview.

Arrivals transfers inclusive. "Take a ride over the railway and admire a bit of World War II├Żhistory. Food included: In the mornings you' ll have the opportunity to explore the Erawan National Park and the waterfalls, then the Thai/Burma War Museum and the War Cemetery. Today you drive to Ayutthaya and eat your supper on a modified 30s paddle.

Food included: Discover UNESCO declared Ayutthaya Historical Park, the city of Thailand's 14-18 century capitol when it was considered one of the most beautiful towns in the underworld. Later you will go back to Bangkok and take a plane to Chiang Mai. Journey to the surrounding area and dine in the traditional Kantok way - a must when you arrive in the North.

Food included: Join a cook at the souvenir market to gather the Thai food for our Thai cookery classes in a privately owned cookery college, the results of which we will be enjoying for dinner. Later we will be visiting the historical Wat Chedi Luang and meet one of the young Buddhist friars to talk about everyday Buddhism.

Eavesdrop on the chant of the friars at Doi Suthep Temple, one of Thailand's most beautiful gold temples. Food included: Spend the rest of the year discovering or participating in some of our elective leisure pursuits. Food included: Return to Bangkok for a cruise on the river ship through the city's channels and a trip to Wat Po, the famous temple of the reclining Buddha.

Food included: Food included: Arrivals transfers inclusive. "Take a ride over the railway and admire a bit of World War II engineering. Experience a part of the Second World War story during this tour. Food included: In the mornings you' ll have the opportunity to explore the Erawan National Park and the waterfalls, then the Thai/Burma War Museum and the War Cemetery.

Today you drive to Ayutthaya and eat your supper on a modified 30s paddle. One of the most attractive falls in the water. The cemetery of the Allies, the Thai-Burmese Railway Museum and the JEATH (Japan, England, America, Thailand and Holland) War Museum to find out more about the murky story of the death train. Food included:

Discover UNESCO declared Ayutthaya Historical Park, the city of Thailand's 14-18 century capitol when it was considered one of the most beautiful towns in the underworld. Later you will go back to Bangkok and take a plane to Chiang Mai. Journey to the surrounding area and dine in the traditional Kantok way - a must when you arrive in the North.

In the evening, you will have a chance to chat with the locals to understand their way of life. Discover the Ayutthaya remains, a UNESCO heritage site. The city of Ayuthaya was Thailand's capitol from the fourteenth to eighteenth century, when it was considered one of the most splendid towns in the canyon.

Spoil yourself with a one-of-a-kind holiday in a small town outside Chiang Mai in a traditionally family-run business. Joy's Guest House is a charitable company supporting the Children's Shelter Foundation, which provides a home and training for 45 disadvantaged kids from the mountain communities of northern Thailand and Burma. On this night, unwind in the quiet setting and savour an genuine Khantoke meal - typical meals are glutinous paddy and hanging curries and crunchy chili beef.

Next day, relax in the swimming pools and garden or choose a session of relaxation or massages in the thermal area. Food included: Join a cook at the souvenir market to gather the Thai food for our Thai cookery classes in a privately owned cookery college, the results of which we will be enjoying for dinner.

Eavesdrop on the chant of the friars at Doi Suthep Temple, one of Thailand's most beautiful gold temples. Choose the best food products at a typical Thai food fair and find out how to prepare tasty Thai cuisine.

Visiting the buddhistic Wat Chedi Luang sanctuary from the XIV c. centuries in the centre of the old town of Chiang Mai. Trek up 300 stairs to get to the sanctuary and be awarded with an amazing panorama. See the many buddhistic relicts in this holy sanctuary and see the black bullpen.

According to tradition, the place of the shrine was selected after a leopard carrying a reliquary on the hill trumped three relicts before his deaths. By bicycle through the old town of Chiang Mai. Food included: Spend the rest of the year discovering or participating in some of our elective leisure pursuits.

Chang-mai is a place for handicrafts and shops, so take the chance to shop if you like. Walk through the fair to find handcrafted artisans, musicians, food creators and locals. By bicycle through the old town of Chiang Mai. Including mealtimes: Return to Bangkok for a cruise on the river ship through the city's channels and a trip to Wat Po, the famous temple of the reclining Buddha.

The Buddha is known for his lying Buddha, whose legs are decorated with mother-of-pearl engraving of Buddhistic symbol. Food included: Food included: Permit USD100-130 for mealtimes not including. All-CEOs, full-time, top-notch, locally based coaches.

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