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Gran parte del escenario de esta alrededor del poderoso rió Mekong, que marca las fronteras entre Laos y Tailandia. Chiang Khong es una pequeña población con Mercado ambulante, donde a veces se cogen grandes bagres. La siguiente parada es Chiang Saen, una de las ciudades más antiguas en Tailandia, donde se pueden encontrar antiguas ruinas al lado de lasa casa modernas. Después se va a visitar el famoso Triangulo dorado, y sus vistas panorámicas del rió Mekong, donde se unen las fronteras de Tailandia, Laos y Burma. A la vuelta se hace una visita a las tribus locales.

Pasando por las pintorescas colinas y las selvas, visita el sitio arqueológico de Chiang Saen. Descubre la región de fama mundial del Triángulo Dorado donde Tailandia, Laos y Myanmar se encuentran en la confluencia del río Mekong. A continuación, visita de la frontera de Mae Sai, pasea por el mercado local y sumérgete en la atmósfera de una ciudad fronteriza repleta de tiendas y souvenirs.

Descubre la provincia norte de Tailandia. Arquitectura interesante, que combina las influencias entre los estilos tailandeses y birmanos se extienden por toda la ciudad Chiang Rai. El templo Wat Phra Kaew es una visita obligada para todo el mundo. Fue construido en el s. XII, durante el Imperio Lanna. El Buda de Esmeralda fue descubierto y posteriormente se trasladó a Bangkok y su réplica fue hecha y colocada en el mismo lugar donde fue encontrado. Más tarde te navegarás a la aventura en un el

Descubre la provincia norte de Tailandia. Arquitectura interesante, que combina las influencias entre los estilos tailandeses y birmanos se extienden por toda la ciudad Chiang Rai. El templo Wat Phra Kaew es una visita obligada para todo el mundo. Fue construido en el s. XII, durante el Imperio Lanna. El Buda de Esmeralda fue descubierto y posteriormente se trasladó a Bangkok y su réplica fue hecha y colocada en el mismo lugar donde fue encontrado. Más tarde te navegarás a la aventura en un el barco que te llevará a la Cueva Tham Pla, donde se construyó un templo en el interior de la cueva. Los lugareños consideran este sitio como un terreno sagrado.

Punto de encuentro: Recogida en hoteles de la ciudad de Chiang Rai.
Duración: 4 horas.
Hora de inicio o apertura: A las 8:30 horas aprox.
Hora final o cierre: A las 13:00 horas.
Idiomas: Inglés.
Otros: Transporte en un vehículo con aire acondicionado y entradas incluidas.
Código de vestimenta: Ropa modesta y formal.

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Empieza con un viaje en canoa desde el muelle de la ciudad de Chang Rai para visitar una tribu de las colinas de Karen. Después sigue con un viaje de media hora sobre elefante. Llegamos a un manantial de agua caliente, cerca de cual hay un pueblo de la tribu Lahu. Esta tribu también es originaria de Tibet. La vuelta a Chang Rai se hace en barco. Esto es un viaje de medio día para personas alojadas en la ciudad de Chang Rai. Para los que se alojan en hoteles en el Triangulo Dorado esto será un viaje de un día completo que también incluirá una comida en un restaurante local y visita al centro artesano de Chang Rai.

Our first stop in this 8 hours tour is the Hilltribe museum, where you will have the chance to see an exhibition on the tribal culture you will encounter during our trip. The Hilltribe museum is a benefit organization which helps to preserve hill tribes´ culture. After learning all about this fast disappearing culture, we head to the pier on the Kok River.

We make the short trip to the Karen village Ban Ruam Mitr by local long tail boat. Here your elephant ride awaits. This scenic ride lasts about one hour and will provide endless photo opportunities as you ride along admiring the wonderful views over the surrounding countryside. The elephant ride ends at a Yao village.

Your guide will explain everything about the people that live in these low hill villages. Yao women are noted by their traditional dresses, decorated with magnificent cross-stich embroidery.

We will then take a break and relax whilst we enjoy a picnic lunch before we continue to the Huay Mae Sai waterfall. We will visit an Akha village close to the waterfall. The Akha are probably amongst the most exotics of tribes in Thailand. Your guide will explain all about their interesting culture.

The tour comes to an end and we then meet our driver who will transfer us back to Chiang Rai.

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Our first stop during this mountain hike will be at the Hilltribe museum, where you will view an exhibition on the tribal culture you will encounter during our trip. We continue to a Karen village where we will learn about the Karen and their daily life. Karen women are known for their long necks covered with rings. In fact, only a subgroup of Karen follows this tradition.

After our visit to the Karen tribe we continue along the Kok River. We cross the river and continue our journey with a visit to a Red Lahu and an Akha village. Your guide will tell you all about the culture of these tribes.

Our trek will then take us to the Huay Kaew Waterfall. In this very special spot we will enjoy our picnic lunch.

After lunch we will meet the Lisu people. Lisu women are famous for their colorful dress, they wear multicolour tunics with a wide black belt. Sleeves, shoulders and cuffs are decorated with colourful appliques. You will also learn about tea cultivation here and hike through the tea plantations. Our trek ends at a hot spring where our car will be waiting to bring us back to the hotel.

It is recommended to carry with you the following items: t-shirt and shorts for daytime, long sleeves/jacket during winter time (Nov - Feb), hiking shoes with good grip, flip flops, sun cream, headgear, insect repellent (DEET medicated), sun glasses, small backpack.

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This tour will teach you all about the culture and history of Chiang Rai, a city founded by King Mengrai in the 14th century. We will visit the Rai Mae Fah Luang or Mae Fah Luang Art and Cultural Park. The Royal Collection of Lanna Art on display here has been gathered over the years by the Mae Fah Luang Foundation under the patronage of HRH the Princess Mother. It represents the finest exhibition of Northern Thai artefacts in Thailand.

One of the highlights of the park is the Haw Kham (Golden Pavillion) based on traditional Lanna architectural forms. The pavilion houses a display of ceremonial and sacred teakwood artifacts as well as the Phra Pra Toh wooden buddah image which was carved in the 17th century. A further pavilion, Haw Kham Noi shelters a set of Lanna temple mural paintings. Before lunch we will visit the local market where your guide will explain about the products for sale here.

Lunch will be at the Tok Thong restaurant. You will taste some typical Northern Thai dishes. After lunch a samlor (bicycle taxi) will pick us up and we will visit the remarkable Oub Kham museum and Wat Phra Keow in the afternoon.

The Oub Kham museum is the centre of the Lanna Heritage Conservation Centre and holds artifacts from Lanna kingdoms that once occupied parts of Thailand, Laos, Burma and Vietnam. You will find, amongst others, the Golden Throne of Chiang Tung (now Keng Tung, located in eastern Burma). Proceed to Wat Phra Keow which once housed the statue of the Emerald Buddha.

Early departure from your hotel in Chiang Rai for a drive to Doi Mae Salong. Visit an Akha and a Yao village along the way. Continue to Therd Thai, formerly known as Ban Hin Taek. Therd Thai is largely inhabited by Shan (Thai Yai). We will visit a Shan Buddhist temple where your guide will explain about the Shan culture and religion.

We will also visit the former headquarters of notorious drug baron Khun Sa, who commanded the Shan United Army and the Mong Tai army. Thai military forces attacked the area in 1982 and drove Khun Sa and his army into Burmese territory. We will continue to the village Mae Moh along a mountainous road with incredible views. Numerous Akha villages are located along the road. Enjoy a picnic lunch along the way.

After a short ride start walking in the Chinese Haw village Phaya Phrai. Pass a small Red Lahu village and a military outpost on the Thai-Burmese border. We will hike through an extensive tea plantation and visit the Chuifong tea factory, stopping for a taste of their delicious Ulong tea. Continue to the Akha village Laoma. Return to Chiang Rai where you will arrive in the late afternoon.

This day tour starts with a drive to Doi Tung Mountain. This 1389 mts high mountain is located in an area known as “Golden Triangle”. Visit the Mae Fah Luang botanic gardens and learn about the Royal Project on Doi Tung. The hills in the area where reforested thanks to the interest of the late Princess Mother. The gardens are located on the slopes below the royal villa. Amongst rock formations, plants and flowers grow freely.

Continue to Mae Sai, the bustling border town between Myanmar and Thailand. You can cross into Myanmar on a day pass (Optional).

We continue to the Golden Triangle where the borders of Laos, Thailand and Myanmar meet. After a delicious Thai meal we will have a relaxing boat trip to Don Sao, a small island that belongs to Laos. We will stop here briefly.

You will also visit the Hall of Opium, an excellent museum that narrates the history of the use of Opium, poppy cultivation and the opium trade in the Golden Triangle. Return to your hotel in Chiang Rai later this afternoon.

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Spend a day in Myanmar on this full day tour. We start with a drive to Mae Sai, the bustling border town. Cross the border into Myanmar and by tuk tuk (also known as three wheeler) explore the border town of Tachilek. You will visit the Temple of the Enrobened Elephant and the Mahamyatmuni Temple, a fine example of typical Burmese architecture. Continue to Tachilek’s own Shwedagon Pagoda, a smaller copy of the Shwedagon Pagoda in Yangon. After visting these architecture wonders, enjoy an authentic Burmese lunch in a local restaurant.

After lunch there will be time to visit the interesting border market, a favorite destination for Thai day-trippers.

We then return to Thailand and continue to the Golden Triangle, the place where the borders of Laos, Thailand and Myanmar meet. Here we visit the Hall of Opium, where the history of the use of Opium, poppy cultivation and the opium trade in the Golden Triangle is told. With this visit we finish our tour and return to Chiang Rai.

Your guide and driver will meet you at the hotel. Drive to Mae Sai, the bustling bordertown with Myanmar. We cross the border into Tachilek. By motor cycle taxi we visit a smaller version of the Shwedagon Pagoda and a couple of other temples in Burmese style. We visit the interesting border market before we cross back into Thailand. We continue to the famous Golden Triangle, where the borders of Thailand, Myanmar and Laos meet.

During this day trip you will cross borders into Myanmar and Laos, albeit briefly. You will explore Tachilek and its markets and temples. You will make a boat trip on the Mekong River where the borders of Thailand, Laos and Myanmar meet and set foot on Lao territory. During the visit of the small Opium House you will learn about the turbulent history of this region.

During this trip you will visit the Black House and the White Temple, two entirely different places. You will make a nice boat trip on the river, meet elephants and visit a settlement with different tribes, amongst others the famous Long Neck people. We end the day at impressive tea plantations before we drive back to Chiang Rai.

Your guide and driver will meet you at the hotel. Board a longtail boat for the refreshing ride on the Mae Kok River. Enjoy the scenery until we arrive at the Karen settlement Ban Ruammitr. The Karen is the only hilltribe that keep elephants. Meet the elephants of Ruammitr and learn about the situation of the Asian Elephant which is threatened with extinction. You can make a short ride on the back of an elephant if you wish (not included).

From Ban Ruammitr we drive to Ban Dam aka the “Black House”. It is the proud work of Thawan Duchanee, a Thai artist who has developed a style of work representing the darkness in humanity. With lots of red and black hues, skins, skulls and various other animal parts made into eerie artwork. After this it is time for lunch at a local restaurant.

After lunch we continue to a settlement of the Padaung people better known as the Long Neck Karen. They came from Myanmar. There are a number of different tribes living here together, amongst others the Lahu Shi Balan aka “Long Ears”. Visiting this village will require some hiking. We drive back to Chiang Rai and continue to visit Wat Rong Khun, the famous “White Temple”. It was designed by Thai artists Chalermchai Kositpipat in 1997. We spent some time admiring this beautiful temple before we drive back to Chiang Rai. Last stop will be the extensive tea plantations of Boon Rawd. We drop you off at the hotel.

The Golden Triangle used to be one of Asia's main opium-producing areas. During this day trip you will learn about the use and cultivation of opium and about the opium trade. The Hall of Opium is one of the best museums of Thailand. You will also visit Doi Tung with its stunning scenery, magnificent gardens and beautiful Royal Villa.

Your guide and driver will meet you at the hotel. Drive to Doi Tung where we will spend the morning. You will learn about the history of Doi Tung and the development projects initiated by the late Princess Mother (the mother of the present king) to eradicate opium cultivation on the mountain. You will visit the magnificent Mae Fah Luang (local people used to call the Princess Mother ‘Mae Fah Luang’) Botanical Gardens. You will also visit the Royal Villa, the summer residence of the Princess Mother, now a museum and displaying her work to improve the life quality of local tribal people. Enjoy the gorgeous views over the surrounding lowlands. Time for lunch in the restaurant on Doi Tung.

We continue to the famous Golden Triangle, where the borders of Thailand, Myanmar and Laos meet. Here we will visit the Hall of Opium, a marvelous museum that tells the story of the opium trade and the many uses of opium over time. It is now time to drive back to Chiang Rai. Along the way we will stop at Wat Chedi Luang, a ruin of the old city of Chiang Saen. Here you will make merit in a short ceremony before we continue to Chiang Rai.

Doi Mae Salong is one of the most stunning areas in Thailand. Views are fantastic and there are lots of interesting tribal villages. Santikhiri is a Chinese community with an interesting history. We will do some hiking and visit villages. You will also visit a settlement of the famous Long Neck Karen. Before the end of the day we will pay a visit to the famous White Temple.

Your guide and driver will meet you at the hotel. Drive to Mae Chan where we will turn left. Along a winding road with magnificent views we gradually climb to a mountain called Doi Mae Salong. On the ridge of this mountain there is an interesting community, called Santikhiri (‘hill of peace’). The villagers are ethnic Chinese who are descendants from Kuomintang forces who came to Thailand in 1962 aka the ‘Lost Army’.

Your guide will tell you the story. Views are grea t and the air is fresh. You will visit a tea plantation and an interesting museum as well as the tomb of General Tuan. We will have lunch at a local Chinese restaurant. On the way back we will stop at several hilltribe villages, amongst others Yao and Akha.

After lunch we continue to a settlement of the Padaung people better known as the Long Neck Karen. They came from Myanmar. There are a number of different tribes living here together, amongst others the Lahu Shi Balan aka “Long Ears”. We drive back to Chiang Rai and continue to visit Wat Rong Khun, the famous “White Temple”. It was designed by Thai artists Chalermchai Kositpipat in 1997. We spent some time admiring this beautiful temple before we drive back to Chiang Rai. We drop you off at the hotel.

Your guide and driver will meet you at the hotel. Drive to Mae Sai, the bustling bordertown with Myanmar. We cross the border into Tachilek. By motor cycle taxi we visit a smaller version of the Shwedagon Pagoda and a couple of other temples in Burmese style. We visit the interesting border market before we cross back into Thailand.

We continue to the famous Golden Triangle, where the borders of Thailand, Myanmar and Laos meet. Here we will have lunch in a local restaurant overlooking the Mekong River. After lunch we will visit the small Opium House. Then it is time to board a local longtailboat to bring us to the small island of Don Sao. It’s a nice boat trip. There are some souvenir shops on the island but…..you are officially in Laos!

It is now time to drive back to Chiang Rai. Along the way we will stop at Wat Chedi Luang, one of the impressive ruins remaining of the old city of Chiang Saen. Here you will make merit in a short ceremony before we continue to Chiang Rai. We drop you off at the hotel.

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