The essence of Thailand

This tailored made itinerary to Thailand has all the details to explore and enjoy the essence of the destination. Travellers would appreciate all the experiences during their stay in the Thailand Kingdom. Our program start in Bangkok and then goes to Chiang Rai and Chiang Mai.

Day 01

Arrival to Bangkok and meet with the Spanish-speaking guide and private transfer to the hotel.

Start tour with a private traditional Thai boat ride, in the company of our Spanish-speaking guide.

We will cross the Chao Phraya River, the backbone of Bangkok, and its canals where numerous temples and pagodas dot the city on both sides of the river. Among them, the Royal Palace and the Temple of Dawn (Wat Arun) stand out, whose silhouette of spiers up to almost eighty meters high, makes it the most recognizable symbol of the capital.

We will continue our tour of the canals to a less travelled area, where time seems to stand still, Kudi Chin, located in the Thon Buri neighbourhood founded by the Portuguese after the fall of Ayutthaya, with narrow alleys and winding houses that comprise an authentic neighbourhood. Thai with Portuguese influence.  On our walk we will see the Church of Santa Cruz, a place that allowed to preserve European traditions in a small corner of Bangkok.

Day 02

Today travellers will enjoy a private full day tour with a Spanish-speaking guide.

They will visited three of the most unusual Buddhist temples starting with Wat Traimit. Located at the edge of Chinatown, on Yaowarat Road, near the Hualampong Railway Station, Wat Traimit houses the world’s largest solid gold Buddha, standing nearly five meters tall and weighing five and a half tons.

The private tour will then continue to Wat Pho, the largest temple in Bangkok that boasts a huge reclining Buddha and the Chedis of the Kings. This is located behind the Buddha Temple. It is one of the largest temples in the city and famous for its gigantic reclining Buddha which is 46 meters long and covered in gold.

Continue visit the Royal Palace, which is undoubtedly the most famous monument in the city. Built in 1782, and for 150 years the home of the King of Thailand, the royal court and the administrative seat of government. The Grand Palace in Bangkok is an ancient building that continues to impress visitors with its beautiful architecture and details. Within the complex, is Wat Phra Kaew or the Temple of the Emerald Buddha (officially known as Wat Phra Sri Rattana Satsadaram), considered to be the most important Buddhist temple in Thailand, enshrines the image of a highly revered Buddha meticulously carved from a single jade block.

Taking a tuk tuk they will end the day tour in the flowers market: Pak Khlong Talat, the biggest market in the city, open 24 four our day.

In the evening accompanied by our guide, we will start a food tour, in which we will go beyond the tourist areas to venture out on a tour and have dinner until midnight. After the moon rises, we will tour the streets of Bangkok in the typical and characteristic Tuk Tuk. We will visit the favorite places of the inhabitants of the city to have dinner. We will taste a wide variety of savory menus, including food from the Northeast region (Esan Food), the best Pad Thai in town and a popular Thai snack. Between bites, we will visit different sights of the ancient city and the temple area from a different perspective compared to the hectic daytime.

Day 03

Free day to explore Bangkok by their own.

The city has amazing temples, as the Dawn Temple “Wat Arun” one of the most popular and important of the city. One of the recommended visit is the night market Patpong and the floating market. From the most traditional spots to the newest in the malls and in streets like Silom, Sukhumvit or Siam Square. Travellers would enjoy the spicy flavors and food stalls around the streets, we recommend enjoy a dinner in one of the rooftops of the city.

Day 04

Private transfers to Bangkok airport. Depart to Chiang Rai. Arrival and private transfer with a speaking English guide to the hotel.

Day 05

Free day to enjoy activities and explore the village.

Day 06

Check out from hotel and depart from Chiang Rai on a scenic route through the splendid mountains upholstered in tropical jungle towards Chiang Mai on a journey that takes about three hours of green delight in the landscape.

On the way we stop to rest in the hot springs near the Wat Rong Khun temple, also known as the white temple, where famous Thai artists and architects have left their particular mark.

Day 07

Full day visit to Chiang Mai. First temple will be Wat Chedi Luang, is believed to have been one of the tallest structures in ancient Chiang Mai.

We will continue to the the largest market in the city, Talat Warorot, with plenty flavors and tipical foods. Trishaw tour around the streets of the city.

Next stop will be Wat Phra Singh, the Temple of the Lion Buddha, is the most visited in Chiang Mai, built in 1345 and one of the most prominent examples of Lanna architecture, and the epicenter of the Songkran festivities among the Buddhist faithful.

Free time to have lunch.

In the afternoon we will visit Wat Doi Suthep, a magnificently located temple, perched on top of a forested mountain 1000 meters high. This sacred temple offers a spectacular view of the city, as well as a wide variety of images and frescoes. In Wat Palad travellers will do monk blessing ceremony.

We finish our day with an afternoon tea at 137 Pillars house.

Day 08

Transfer to the airport to take the next flight to the beach extension. According to the season, it could be Samui, Phuket, Phi Phi or incredible places like Krabi, Yao Noi, Ko Phangan or Ko Lanta.