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The Highest Mountain in Thailand/ Northern Food Style/ Doi Mon Jam/ Canopy Walkway/ Bai orchid and butterfly farm/ Umong Temple/ Chiang Mai Night Safari/ Doi Ang Khang/ Bo Sang Handicraft Centre/ Wat Phra That Doi Suthep

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Program Tour 3 Nights 4 Days

Day 1 Doi Inthanon - Khum Khantoke  

07:00 am.Pick up from hotel or Airport
MorningWe are going up to the highest mountain in Thailand “Inthanon Mountain National Park” Doi Inthanon is Thailand’s tallest peak at 2,565 metres above the sea level. This mountain is an ultra prominent peak, known in the past as Doi Luang (meaning "big mountain") or Doi Ang Ka, meaning the "crow's pond top". Near the mountain's base was a pond where many crows gathered. The name Doi Inthanon was given in honour of King Inthawichayanon, one of the last kings of Chiang Mai, , Then We are going to walk “Ang Ka Luang” Nature Trail was surveyed. This trail is 360 metres long, passing through wet and cold areas in a lush valley. Forest above 2,000 metres is covered with lichens and wild orchids. Indigenous plants that needs a high level of nutrition, organic deposits, and rare species of birds are seen along the trail. And visit Two Chedi are on the main road to the summit of Doi Inthanon stand two adjacent chedis, one called Naphamethinidon (นภเมทินีดล), meaning "by the strength of the land and air", and the other, Naphaphonphumisiri (นภพลภูมิสิริ), meaning "being the strength of the air and the grace of the land".These temples were built to honour the 60th birthday anniversary of King Bhumibol Adulyadej in 1987, and the 60th birthday anniversary of Queen Sirikit in 1992, respectively.
12:00 pm.Have a lunch (Meal 1)
AfternoonAfter that we are going to enter “Doi Inthanon Royal Project” is in Khun Klang village close to the park headquarters. The project was initiated in 1979 to help the hill tribes to cultivate cash crops other than opium and train them on modern agricultural practices. Most produces are temperate zone plants. Flower plantations, a plant breeding research lab and flower plantations of hill tribes (Hmong) are open to visitors. Then we are going to visit “Wachirathan waterfall” is a large waterfall “Siriphum waterfall” is a splendid waterfall that falls from a steep cliff in two lines and can be seen en route to Doi Inthanon.
Evening Afterthat we are going to have a dinner at Khum Khantok(Meal 2) .Experience Lanna dining with "Khantoke" or "Toke", a round rattan tray, serving  various kinds of authentic northern Thai dishes and national Thai food. As you enjoy the tasty food,  you will be entertained by spectacular and fabulous classical dances from  northern Thailand and from around the nation. ….Back to Hotel

Day 2 : Doi Mon Jam- Queen Sirikit Botanic Garden-Bai Orchid and Butterfly Farm-Umong Temple Chiang Mai Night Safari

07.00 am.Have a breakfast at Hotel (Meal 3)
MorningGo to “Doi Mon Jam” It’s a great view point of project area and you can see foggy sea on the ill and beautiful nature. A charming open-aired bamboo kitchen and dining area serves up fusion cuisine from only the freshest of the Royal Project's products as well as a selection of herbal tea, fruit juices, beers and wines. Then we are going to Queen Sirikit Botanic Garden. It was the first international standard botanical garden established in Thailand. Situated on the foothills of the mist-shrouded Doi Suthep-Pui mountains of Chiang Mai, Thailand, QSBG offers a mix of natural beauty along with curated gardens and glasshouses showcasing the richness of Thai, and other flora,

And Enjoy with The walkway stretches for 369m, winding along the mountainside. Constructed from a steel structure with glass viewing platforms every 50-100m, you can't help but feel part of the landscape. Look down at the subtropical jungle plants far below your feet. Look around at the surrounding mountains. Or look up and enjoy the sky and clouds. At the end of the walkway you are rewarded with views stretching across the lush subtropical valley.
12:00 pm.Have a lunch at Bai Orchid Butterfly Farm (Meal 4) . In there you can walk for see many king of orchid.
AfternoonWe are going to take to see the temple among with natural “Umong Temple” You can feed the fish, turtles, and ducks in a large pond. "Talking trees" have words of wisdom in Thai and English. The wat is famous for its ancient tunnels and large stupa. There are tunnels with Buddhist images below the chedi which can be easily explored. These tunnels were supposedly built by the King and painted with bush scenes so they could keep a famous

Other attractions include a Buddha field of broken sculpture, a fasting Bodhisatva, a Spiritual Theatre of paintings similar to those at Suan Mokkh, reproductions of ancient Buddhist sculpture of India, and a library-museum. This last building offers many books on Buddhism and other philosophies as well as a collection of historic objects and Buddhist art. Back to hotel
EveningHave a dinner at leisure
After that we are going to see Night Safari at “Chiang Mai Night Safari” it open air tram to meet elephants, giraffes, zebras, lions, Asiatic black bears, tigers, hyenas, crocodiles, and many more. Many activities are lined up, especially if you are ready to have a direct contact with the animals, including bathing elephants, feeding hippopotamus and rhino horn.  Enjoy the Night Safari in 3 different zones, North Zone is a 25-minute trip with the carnivorous anima, South Zone is a 30-minute trip with the animal from African savanna and Walking Zone which is a walking trail wrapping around Swan Lake for 1.2 kilometers.
22:00 pm.Back to hotel

Day 3 : Doi Angkrang

07:00 am.Have a breakfast at hotel (Meal 5)
08:00 am.Take you heading to the northern province of Chiang Mai. To head up the "Doi Ang Khang".
12:00 pm.Stop at Rest Area to have a lunch at leisure
AfternoonVisit “Doi Angkrang Royal Project” The mountain location, cool climate and scenic beauty of the surrounding countryside make it an ideal escape. Doi Angkhang offers a unique destination for tourists with both the beauty of the natural environment and the intriguing and unique lifestyles of the local hill tribes.And The Royal Agricultural Station Angkhang is the flagship for the Royal Projects, and the premier research station in Thailand for temperate fruits, testing new strains and cultivating fruit saplings for extension throughout the Royal Projects. It is located on the Thai-Burma border, 160km north of Chiang Mai city in Mon Pin, Fang.
EveningCheck In at Hotel at Doi Angkrang and Have a dinner (Meal 6)

Day 4 : Doi Angkrang-Bosang Hardicraft Centre-Wat Phra That Doi Suthep-Shopping Souvenir

06:00 pm.Good Morning^^wake up early and we are going to take to see the sea of mist and see sunrise on top of mountain. Where the point shouldn’t miss to see the light of day and also breathe of fresh air with the cold weather in the morning. Do not miss our photo collection just memories.
07:30 pm.Back to have a breakfast (Meal 7) and Check out
Morning Get down from mountain to “Bosang Hardicraft Centre” You can watch the whole process as the workers hand make the paper lamps, fans, umbrellas and parasols from start to end. From making the bamboo struts, covering them with paper, putting them out to dry and then hand painting them. The artists in the Handicraft Centre who meticulously hand paint all the decorations on to the umbrellas are always willing to paint a variety of beautiful designs on items that you bring to them (for example a Purse, handbag, hat, jacket, t-shirt, even the leg of your jeans). Even very complicated scenic designs can be painted on your object right in front of you in minutes. Prices are extremely reasonable and are negotiated with the particular artist.
13:00 pm.Have a lunch (Meal 8 ) With a real northern food style
AfternoonWe are going to visit “Wat Phra That Doi Suthep” Overlooking the city from its mountain throne, Wat Phra That Doi Suthep is one of northern Thailand's most sacred temples, and its founding legend is learned by every school kid in Chiang Mai. The wát itself is a beautiful example of northern Thai architecture, reached via a strenuous, 306-step staircase flanked by mosaic naga (serpents); the climb is intended to help devotees accrue Buddhist merit.
17:00 pm.Take you to Hotel or Airport.

***Schedule can change as appropriate *

Condition
Rates include

  1. Vehicles by air-conditioned van.
  2. Accommodation 3 Night
  3. 8 meals (not including food, in addition to the list, add food, soft drinks, coffee drinks, alcohol).
  4. Damage caused by the accident of travel.
  5. Admission fee.
  6. Drinking water
  7. Tour guide
Rates do not include
  • Charges That is not listed in the above conditions.

Note: Travel Minimum  8 persons.

 

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