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22/1 Pattaya Crocodile Farm, Pattaya 20150

Crocodile Kingdom, our crocodile farm has the largest water area among the similar farms in Thailand with the largest population of salt water crocodiles in this country, we also breed our own crocodiles. Visitors can find the crocodile show in the park. The show might make you feel thrilled as staffs wrestle with a crocodile or put their body part such as legs, arms, or head inside the crocodile's mouth.

At the end of the show, visitors can also take some photo with the showed crocodile (optional). The show is performed approximately every hour, so visitors who miss the show will wait for only a short time for a next round. In the park, visitors can find not only crocodiles but also other animals such as tigers, elephants, bears, lions, beautiful fish, and so on.

Our day starts with a drive to Suthep Mountain. First we will visit Wat Doi Suthep before the crowds arrive. Walk up the 300 steps up to the temple from where you have a majestic view over Chiang Mai. We continue to Doi Pui Village, a Hmong community, close to top of Doi Pui.

Your guide will tell you about the turbulent history of this community. In the past the village was involved in opium cultivation. Nowadays the village is a major tourist attraction on Doi Suthep. We walk around the village before we meet our local Hmong guide who will accompany us on our hike to the Hmong village Ban Mae Sa Mai in the Mae Sa Valley. This hike will take about four hours including stops.

We start hiking through the forest. The local Hmong guide will tell about the flora and about the history of opium cultivation on this mountain. You will also be stimulated to recognize certain plants and trees in the forest with the tree and plant leaflet we will provide you with. After a walk uphill we will arrive at an open area with fantastic views on both sides of the mountain. We will stop briefly to look at a footprint of Buddha before enjoying a picnic lunch at a scenic spot.

We will continue through the forest to the Hmong village Ban Mae Sa Mai. This village is the largest Hmong community in Northern Thailand and gets very few visitors a marked contrast with Doi Pui Hmong Village. You will learn about a very interesting project of FORRU, the forest restoration unit of Chiang Mai University. We will visit the small Hmong museum and the FORRU tree nursery.

Pasa la mañana entre grandes emociones y cultura con esta visita de media jornada llena de acción a los canales de Bangkok y al imponente Gran Palacio, el enorme complejo construido por los reyes de Siam. Conocerás también algunos de los templos budistas más impresionantes del mundo, así que no olvides tu cámara de fotos.

Los enrevesados canales de Bangkok son la esencia de Tailandia: esa mezcla sin igual de belleza y caos ha convertido a la capital en la Venecia de Oriente. Recorre en una lancha motora esos canales -los khlongs- que se alimentan del río Chao Phraya. Pueblan sus orillas multitud de casas y algunos templos que te dejarán sin palabras por sus dimensiones y su impresionante belleza.

Los habitantes de la ciudad utilizan los canales como carreteras naturales para realizar tareas cotidianas, como el transporte de todo tipo de mercancías y en especial del arroz desde los arrozales. Admira el maravilloso Wat Arun o Templo del Amanecer, que gracias a su pagoda de 70 metros de altura es uno de los monumentos más emblemáticos de Bangkok y el más famoso de los más de 400 templos y monasterios budistas de la ciudad.

Después visita el Gran Palacio, un enorme complejo formado por decenas de edificios, patios, salones, templos, pagodas, jardines e incluso una montaña en miniatura. Entre sus principales atracciones está el Templo del Buda Esmeralda, tallado en una sola pieza de jade translúcido.

desde 45,18 €

Our popular half day Biking tour in Phuket Island has our guests riding in the north east of Phuket Island, an area known for its small traditional Thai villages. Guests joining this Bike tour will also have the opportunity to visit Phuket's Gibbon Rehabilitation Center and see how gibbons are cared for before being released back in to the rain forest.

This half day Phuket Bike tour will have our guests cycling on small country roads, biking off road through palm and rubber tree plantations along dirt tracks. The route does also include a few hills. This bike tour is followed by our support vehicle, apart from the off road sections when the mini bus is never too far away.

desde 48,08 €

Pick up you and other tour participants at different hotels in Bangkok city center.For out side Bangkok city please require rate. Depart from Bangkok and depart southward to Damnoen Saduak Floating Market, situated in Ratchaburi province. Arrive at the Damnoen Saduak Floating Market where you can see numerous vendors selling local foods, fruits and products on the rowing boats.

You are free to explore the market around, shoot photographs/videos or hire a paddling boat along the canal to breathe the once-in-a-lifetime atmosphere of this legendary market. Afterwards, experience a thrilling long-tailed boat ride out of the floating market and journey along the winding canals to see remote villages, gardens and plantations. Arrive at a jetty pier where you board on the vehicle and your way back to Bangkok.

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.

desde 39,71 €

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.

desde 77,62 €

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.

desde 54,15 €

78/14 Alcazar, Pattaya 2nd Road, Pattaya 20150

The Alcazar Cabaret Show Pattaya is recognized internationally throughout the entertainment circuit. It has been given equal acclamation to both Lido and the Moulin Rouge of Paris. Alcazar is more than just a drag queen show and in the early days was not accepted. After years of evolvement and development of new technology, the Alcazar Show is world acclaimed. It has successfully blended the art of acting, stage design, costumes and performance so well that all ages can enjoy the spectacular show. The Alcazar show is a must see for visitors local or foreigners.

desde 25,3 €

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