From 1 to November 15, 2013
Bangkok - Chiang Mai - Chiang Rai - Siem Reap - Hanoi - Halong Bay
The Package Includes:
- Round Trip from Monterrey
- 3 nights Bangkok, 3 nights Chiang Mai, 2 Nights Siem Reap, 3 Nights Hanoi.
- Accommodation in Hotels 4 *
- Visits included a losTemplos and Palaces in Bangkok, Golden Triangle, the elephant camp in Chiang Dao, Angkor Thom and Angkor Wat, the Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum, among other
- Transfers airport - hotel - airport in the whole route
- Domestic Flights
- Thailand visa application
- Double room: $ 4.117 usd per person
Hotels 4 * Expected:
- The Royal Suites Bangkok Bangkok: The Royal Suites Bangkok
- Mountain Creek Wellnes Resort Chiang Mai Mountain Creek Wellness Resort
- Angkor Siem Reap: Angkor
- Mercure Hanoi La Gare Hanoi: Mercure Hanoi La Gare
DAY 1 - BANGKOK
Arrive in Bangkok and transfer to hotel, rest of day off. Accommodation for 3 nights.
DAY 2 BANGKOK
Full day visit of temples and palace; You can not leave Thailand without visiting three of the most iconic temples of Bangkok. This half day tour will make its first stop in Traimit Wat (Temple of the Golden Buddha), home to the largest golden Buddha statue in the world. Although Wat Pho (Temple of Reclining Buddha) is considered the oldest temple in Bangkok, is mostly revered for its enormous statue of Buddha, plated with gold and in a reclined position. The last stop is at Wat Benchamabophit (Marble Temple), named for the marble of Carrara. Its architecture is so perfect that it is known as a clear example of Thai art.
ROYAL PALACE PM: Enjoy your stay in Bangkok to visit the Grand Palace, one of the biggest tourist attractions in the city.
This large complex where the golden color dominates all other colors was the residence of the king for 150 years. Inside, there is the temple of the Emerald Buddha. Visitors' chief object of veneration and national legend has it that according to tradition the Emerald Buddha possesses supernatural powers. The Great Hall building houses the Wat Po, especially known for having inside the large Reclining Buddha covered with gold leaf, which, with its 46 meters long and 15 meters high statue is the largest reclining Buddha Thailand. The tradition advises putting coins in the pots of the wall behind the Buddha and make a wish. We also offer the possibility of two optional excursions. The first tour I plan to visit the city and Traimit Wat temples, Wat Pho and Wat Benchamabophit and the second tour offers you a visit to the Grand Palace and its canals. Accommodation.
Fun etc2006-01-27 22:53:36 by Emma2323
From there a hop on hop uff bus tour is the cheapest way to get around. We went with Happy Tours and did HCMC-Dalat-Nha Trang-Hoi An-Hue-Hanoi all for US$16! I thought we were going to die on the drive to Dalat, turing corners at night with no headlights but don't let that deter you.
Dalat was our fave place in Vietnam. We visited a monk who paints 100 paintings a day and wants to travel t... Burma, back to Thailand that way.
You could do a full circle Bangkok-Bangkok via in this order Laos, Cambodia, Vietnam, China, Tibet, Nepal, India, Sri Lanka, India, Bangladesh, Burma.
I am jealous of your opportunity.
If you got a multiple entry visa for China you could also Check out South and North Korea, Mongolia, the Stans, and Russia.
You might also like:
Lonely Planet Thailand (Travel Guide)
eBooks (Lonely Planet)
Lonely Planet Bangkok (City Guide)
Book (Lonely Planet)
Experience Thailand (Illustrated)