Luxury Spa Package : Chiang Mai and Bangkok

05 nights - 06 days
DAY 1:
Arrival at Bangkok International airport and transit to Chiang Mai. On arrival in Chiang Mai you will be met and transferred to your hotel.
Rest of day will be devoted to the spa program arranged for you.

Overnight at The Chedi Chiang Mai.
DAY 2:
After breakfast, drive to the mountain temple of Wat Prathat Doi Suthep , the most famous landmark of Chiang Mai. Climb the Naga staircase to visit the exquisite golden pagoda. The sound of temple bells fills the air and the view overlooking the city makes an irresistible photo opportunity. Afterwards drive up the mountain by “songtaew” onto a rough dirt road to the Chang Khien Coffee Research Project where you can enjoy a cup of the local ‘arabica’ surrounded by fabulous gardens of flowers. Continue to the white Hmong village of Chang Khien where the 800 inhabitants still wear their traditional hill tribe clothes and practice a culture that dates back 500 years. Upon arrival enjoy a quick cup of steaming mountain tea with a village family before returning to Doi Suthep and Chiang Mai.
Lunch at a top local restaurant.

Continue to a local farmhouse in Mae Rim on the outskirts of Chiang Mai where you will take a leisurely stroll around the grounds. Then board a long-tail boat and enjoy a 30 minute cruise along the rural Mae Ping River.  Along the river banks you will see traditional wooden houses and modern residences.  Arrive at a boat landing and walk for about 10 minutes from the landing to Waroros fresh food Market for a visit, experiencing the Northern Thai way of life.  From the market you take a trishaw ride along Tapae Road past City Walls and along Rajdamnern Road to Wat Phra Singh.

Overnight at The Chedi Chiang Mai.
DAY 3:
Day free at leisure. Continue on with your spa session/treatment.

Overnight at The Chedi Chiang Mai.
DAY 4:
Meet at your hotel and then transfer to Chiang Mai Airport. Arrival at Bangkok airport. Meet and transfer to hotel in Bangkok.

Overnight at Sheraton Grande Sukhumvit Bangkok .
DAY 5:
Proceed to visit The Grand Palace and Wat Phra Kaew (the Temple of the Emerald Buddha) Together, these two sites form what many consider the greatest spectacle for visitors to Bangkok. Dating back to 1782 (when Bangkok was founded), the entire compound consists of over 100 brightly colored buildings, golden spires and glittering mosaics. Because of its popularity, this destination is often extremely crowded, but still an essential part of any trip to Bangkok.

Presently, the Grand Palace is used for the occasional ceremony and is no longer the royal home (the present King Bhumibol lives in Chitralada Palace, located in Bangkok's nearby Dusit district). The interiors of most of the buildings in the Grand Palace are closed to the public

Wat Phra Kaew adjoins the Grand Palace in a common compound and is the home of the country's most famous Buddha statue (also known as the Emerald Buddha). This important figure has a long and interesting history that is tied to the royal family and once resided in nearby Wat Arun. It is relatively small (about 66 centimeters) and is situated in a high position in the Wat to signify its important status in the Thai kingdom.

Overnight at Sheraton Grande Sukhumvit Bangkok.
DAY 6:
Meet at your hotel and then transfer to Bangkok airport for your onward flight.


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