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|✓ The cultural capital of northern Thailand|
|✓ Elephant - Training Center|
|✓ UNESCO historical temples|
|✓ Rest day in Sukhothai|
|✓ Agricultural Central Plain|
|UNESCO PEARLS AND RICEFIELDS|
From Chiang Mai, “The Rose of the North” we travel through central Thailand to the historic UNESCO World Heritage sites of Sukhothai, Kamphaeng Phet and Ayutthaya. We ride past rice fields, various plantations, magnificent temples and traditional villages.
|1 Day | Arrival Chiang Mai|
4-star hotel near an exotic night market. Includes a traditional north Thailand Kantoke Dinner, whilst enjoying the local dance.
|2 Day | Chiang Mai|
Visit the temple at Doi Suthep mountain and enjoy the various art workshops that include silk fabrics and handmade paper umbrellas.
|3 Day | Chiang Mai – Lampang||124 km|
We ride alongside the Mae Ping River to an elephant training centre, admiring the brightly decorated horse-drawn carriages in Lampang.
|4 Day | Lampang – Phrae||103 km|
The scenic road leads us through lush jungle mountains. Phrae is one of Thailand's oldest cities and was founded by the Mon people in the 11th century.
|5 Day | Phrae – Uattartid||75 km|
We leave Phrae with its numerous teakwood buildings. The temples are reminiscent of the once mighty Lan Na Kingdom, which translates as "the kingdom a million paddy fields".
|6 Day | Uttaradit – Sukkhothai||115 km|
Huge rice fields alternate with tranquil villages. Our hotel in the former historical capital of Thailand offers swimming pool and spa area.
|7 Day | Rest day in Sukhothai|
We visit the historical park of Sukhothai, considered one of the most important Buddhist temple buildings in Asia.
|8 Day | Sukhothai – Kamphaeng Phet|
Still on historical grounds we roll through the province of Kamphaeng Phet. The historical treasures can be found inside and outside the city walls. A nearby night market provides many delights.
|9 Day | Kamphaeng Phet – Nakhon Sawan||129 km|
Nakhon Sawan is considered the gateway to northern Thailand. Here, four rivers merge to form the lifeline for rice cultivation in the Central Plain.
|10 Day | Nakhon Sawan – Singburi||130 km|
On the way to Singburi, which is the home of the largest seated Buddha in Thailand, we are greeted by rice farmers wearing the typical round bamboo hats.
|11 Day | Sing Buri – Ayutthaya||80 km|
Enjoying both rice fields and fruit farms on the way to the second former capital Ayutthaya, former capital of Siam, now Thailand. A numerous amount of magnificent temples await our visit.
|12 Day | Individual onward journey to Bangkok|