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Thailand Itinerary



Thailand Itinerary

A Thailand itinerary may begin with the first day in Bangkok with the tour of the most popular Buddhist temples: the Golden Buddha Temple or Wat Traimit, the Wao Pho Temple, the Marble Temple or Wat Benchamabophit, in the afternoon you can continue the tour visiting the Great Palace, monumental complex where the Emerald Buddha Temple can be seen, one of the greatest wonders of the present days.

In the temple’s heart you can admire the gigantic image of Buddha, sculpted in a single jade rock, the most sacred religious object in Thailand.

In the second day of the itinerary you can have an optional trip to the Rose Garden, a true tropical paradise, where you can assist to an amazing cultural show, with numerous traditional dances,


ceremonies, tribal rituals, Thai boxing, etc.  Next you can go to the floating square Damnoen Saduak, where you can discover a true lacustrine city roamed by labyrinthine channels where the local women make swap and negotiate their goodies from boats full of fruits and vegetables. In the third day of the Thailand itinerary you can go to the Ayutthayei ruins,


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the old capital of the country, included in the world cultural patrimony UNESCO, a little break at Bang Pa In, where you can admire the Summer Palace, built by the King Rama V.

After lunch, the trip continues through the rural landscapes to Lopburi, the ex-summer capital of Siam. You will visit the Naraj Ratchaniwet Palace and the Wat Phra Prang Temple, a true example of the Khmer provincial art and the altar of the Sarn Prakarn Temple, today, housing a numerous family of monkeys. In the fourth day you can visit the famous Wat Phra Sri Ratana Temple where is one of the most impressive images of Buddha.


Then the trip continues with Sukhothaj, the first capital of Thailand with a harmonious architecture; the historic park Sukhothai also included in the UNESCO patrimony, the Twin City Sri Satchanalai are among the touristic objectives of the day on your way to the Golden Triangle.


In the 5 th day you go to the Mae Salong Mountain to visit some villages of the aborigine tribes Yao and Akha, an occasion to know the everyday life of these people who have been keeping their tradition and the culture of the animist rituals. The itinerary continues with a visit of the Mae Sai city, the most Northern point of Thailand when then with the Golden Triangle. For a better perspective, you can choose a short walk with a boat. In the last day, you go to Chiang Mai, with a stop at Mae Ka Chan, known for its streams with healthy water. Before Chiang Mai you can walk the 290 steps to the Phratat Doi Suthep Temple,

Thailand Itinerary

the most sacred and most venerated in the Northern Thailand, built on the top of a high hill of 1056 metres from where you can admire an extraordinary view of the city. Next, a Thailand night with traditional music and dances.



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