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From Chiang Mai: Chiang Rai Temples Small Group/Private Tour

1. From Chiang Mai: Chiang Rai Temples Small Group/Private Tour

What is a TripGuru Signature Experience? Unique itineraries crafted alongside famous travel bloggers and local guides Small groups only: no buses, no crowds, 8 travelers maximum Solo travelers don’t pay more – flat rates per person Quirky, charming, and creative are the words used to describe Chiang Rai by travelers and locals alike. The sights to be found here are by no means anything like the ones you’ll see in Chiang Mai, the city’s more popular sister. Before we begin temple sightseeing, we’ll break up the long three-hour drive at the Mae Khachan Hot Spring to relax, dip our feet in the steaming mineral water, maybe eat a snack, or walk around the surrounding gardens. We’ll then move on to the main attraction: the White Temple. If you’re looking for ancient ruins, you might be surprised to find a modern architectural masterpiece designed and built by local artist Chaloemchai Khositphiphat. He was rumored to have spent over THB 40 million of his own money to create this unconventional art exhibit to gain immortal life! After exploring this local wonder, we’ll have a quick lunch before heading to our next stop... The Blue Temple or Wat Rong Seua Ten literally translates to ‘temple of the dancing tiger.’ It was built on a site where tigers were said to have jumped over the river. If the White Temple was meant to be a stairway to heaven, the Black House has been called a “dark, mysterious, and almost sadistic” representation of hell, complete with preserved animals and a collection of bones. Built by Thailand national artist Thawan Duchanee (who incidentally was the mentor of Chaloemchai, the White Temple guy), the Baan Dam Museum (Black House) is a cluster of nearly 40 small shadowy structures exhibiting art dating back to the Ayutthaya period. This is truly something the likes of which we’ll never see anywhere else! Looking to make your road trip to Chiang Rai even more comfortable? You can choose to upgrade your transportation to a premium and more spacious Alphard. This ensures bigger and more comfortable seats, less people in one van (maximum of 6 people), and free snacks, cool towels, and soft drinks. You can opt for a private tour option to visit the White Temple and Golden Triangle (instead of the Blue Temple and Black House). The Golden Triangle is a triangular piece of land in which the borders of Thailand, Laos, and Myanmar all meet. The nickname was coined by the CIA in reference to this region, whose trading posts’ top product was opium. Dive deep into the wild history of this area and learn how it became one of the most notorious narcotrafficking spots in the world. This itinerary option also includes a cruise down the Mekong River.

Sukhothai: One-Way Private Transfer to Chiang Mai

2. Sukhothai: One-Way Private Transfer to Chiang Mai

Provide the following information: Full name, flight number, pick-up date and time, and phone number. 1. Save your voucher. Print it or save it on your phone. 2. 24 hours prior to your ride, you will receive your driver's contact info. 3. Please stand by at the pick-up point at least 30 minutes before departure time. 4. Present your voucher and identify yourself with the driver. 5. This service must be booked at least 3 hours prior to arrival time. 6. The maximum number of people per vehicle is 3 people. 7. Professional driver. 8. The driver can take a photo of you as evidence that he serves a service. 9. For any city transfer, a driver will wait only 30 minutes after the pick-up time indicated in the booking. After 30 minutes, if a customer doesn't show up, the booking will be considered a no-show.

From Chiang Mai: Inthanon National Park 9-Hour Group Tour

3. From Chiang Mai: Inthanon National Park 9-Hour Group Tour

Depart Chiang Mai for Doi Inthanon National Park to see Thailand’s highest mountain in the tropical forests south of the city. Go to the highest peak for a panoramic view and pay your respects at the shrine of King Intharawichayanont. Next, enjoy a short hike along the Angkha Natural Trail. See the twin stupas that commemorate the birthday of King Bhumibol and Queen Sirikit. Go to a local market of the Hmong hill tribe before visiting the Royal Agricultural Research Center, set up to support local projects in place of opium farming. After lunch at a local restaurant, explore the Karen hill tribe village of Mae Klang Luang and get a stunning view of the Vachiratharn Waterfall.

Sukhothai: One-Way Private Transfer to Chiang Mai

4. Sukhothai: One-Way Private Transfer to Chiang Mai

Enjoy a convenient one-way private transfer from Sukhothai City to your destination in Chiang Mai City. Relaxing that you are traveling safely in a licensed vehicle. your driver will be waiting for you outside the airport terminal. Experience a comfortable journey in an air-conditioned vehicle directly from the airport. Travel conveniently without having to worry about last-minute searching. We provide a car rental service with drivers, which is run by professional staff and polite drivers who are capable of knowing the routes. For the best comfort, customers may request the gender of their private driver. Our vehicles are well-maintained, safe, reliable, and modern.

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What people are saying about Chiang Mai Province, Thailand

Paulina our tour guide was amazing!! She knew everything the history of the temples, was extremely friendly, approachable and just felt like a friend on the tour. We had plenty of time at each temple, white, blue and black. As a solo traveller I felt comfortable and had fun! Group was only the 4 of us but worked out so nice. It was nice being left to wonder around ourselves, but if we had any information we could easily just ask questions. The ride was extremely comfortable, with AC and free water. Lunch was not included but only 170 Baht including a drink and so tasty! Try the yellow noddles and the watermelon.

Cookkie was an amazing host, my favorite in all of the time I spent in Thailand so far. She went above and beyond to explain all the history, and made the experience extra special. She even took extra time to take photos of us (my first photos of myself on this trip)!! The tour was gradual, didn’t feel rushed at all, it was perfect. I would suggest to make sure and bring sunscreen, a mask (Smoke in air this time if year),sunglasses and bug spray. The hot springs pit stop was pretty cool too, well worth the money, loved the entire tour!!!!!

Very early start, collected from the hotel. Changed to Another vehicle, then set off to Chiangmai rai, was able to stop for toilets. The guide (poss chicken can’t remember now), was very friendly and answered any questions.

Great experience. Doing it via a tour made it so easy. Teerawut, the guide was really attentive and provided a lot of information. My favourite part was the black temple/Baandam Museum.

Guide was very friendly and helpful. Overall experience was really good. I can just recommend