Thailand, on the land side

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Apart from its sublime beaches, Thailand possesses magical places and grandiose landscapes when you go deep into its lands. On the program, temples, trekking, meetings with ethnic minorities in the mountains, discovery of the fauna and flora, etc...

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Wat Phra Kaew and the Grand Palais. Salé Saduak salt lake. Bang Pa In Palace, the Wehat Chamrun. Young girls playing secession, a traditional instrument. Wat Buddha of Wat Phra If Ratana Mahathat. Tuk-Tuk in the streets of Chiang Mai. View of Wat Jet Yot Buddha. Mediterranean coast next to Bandol.

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  • Bangkok
  • Nakhon Pathom
  • Ayutthaya
  • Chiang Mai
  • Thong Sala
  • Damnoen Saduak
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Details of the stay: Thailand, on the land side - 14 days

Day 1 : The temples of Bangkok

Discover the capital in a panoramic way: long tail boat ride on the klongs and/or featured tour on the Chao Phraya River. Stopover at the temple Wat Arun and visit the main jewels of Bangkok. Wat Phra Kaew housing the Emerald Buddha and Wat Po with its large statue of the reclining Buddha

Day 2 : The floating market

Discovery of Flottant Saduak's floating market. Evening at Khaosan Road.

Day 3 : Temples and ancient capital

Bang Pa In and Ayutthaya. Visit of ancient temples, Wat Chai Watthanaram, Wat Lokaya Sutharam, Wat Na Phra Men and the former capital founded in 1350 by King U-Thong.

Day 4 : Kwai River Bridge

Kanchanaburi and the Kwai River Bridge. On the way, discover the floating market of Damnoen Saduak and the possibility to stop on the way to Nakhon Pathom, where you can see the largest pagoda in the world. Then, in the east region of Bangkok, discovery of Kanchanaburi and the famous bridge of the Kwai River, built during the war on the orders of the Japanese occupants. The "Death Railway" takes the railway from Kanchanaburi to Nam Tok and crosses the bridge. Impressive "overflight" of the valley. Possibility of a night safari from an elephant camp. Restaurant evening in Kanchanaburi by the river... or on the river.

Day 5 : Khmer and Thai remains

Phitsanulok and Sukkotai. Phitsanulok. In the morning, departure for the visit of the H'mong tribes of Lomsak, with a possible stopover at the Kengsopha waterfall. One hour by bus from Phitsanulok, Sukkotai. Bike tour of the ruins of the historic park classified as a UNESCO heritage site, capital of the first Siamese kingdom and symbol of Thai greatness in the 13th century. Discovery of the Khmer and Thai remains: Wat Mahathat, former royal palace, Wat Si Chum, Wat Sa Da Pa Daeng, the oldest monument in the city. Evening in the city.

Day 6 : Chiang Mai Temples

Chiang Mai, the "Rose of the North". Discover the special charm of the old town.   Visit of the oldest temples of the city: Wat Chedi Luang, Wat Phra Singh... Evening in the Night Market, and then for younger ones, at Zoe in Yellow on the little square near Thanon Ratchaphakhinai.

Day 7 : Meeting the ethnic groups of the mountains

Trekking to discover the minority ethnic groups of the mountains: H'mong, Yao, Akha and Lahu or Karen. Combine with an elephant ride. If you stay there on a Sunday, don't miss the walking street market on Ratchadamnoen road in the evening.

Day 8 : Chiang Rai

Departure in the morning for Chiang Rai, in the far north of Thailand. Discovery of the Golden Triangle for its famous panorama, a mythical region where some mountainous ethnic groups still grow poppies (it is advisable not to venture there alone). Visit of local ethnic villages (H'mong, Yao, Akha, etc.). 13 kilometers from Chiang Rai, Wat Rong Khun, better known as the White Temple.

Day 9 : Udon Thani

Directorate Udon Thani, the largest town in Isaan. Visit of the city and dinner on the lake.

Day 10 : Historic Park and Night Market

The following day, go to Phu Historical Park Park. Return to the city for a walk in the night Market.

Day 11 : The Province of Loei and the district of Dan Sai

A region beyond time, which lives in the rhythm of the seasons. Authenticity guaranteed, extraordinary landscapes, history and culture. Between June and July, not to miss, the Phi Ta khon festival (celebration of spirits and ghosts).

Day 12 : Surin

The 3rd weekend in November is the largest elephant gathering in Thailand. Outside this period, you can visit the ruins of Prasat Si Khonphum or Prasat Hin Ban Pluang, dating from the Khmer era and not far away, the immense White Buddha on the hill.

Day 13 : Farniente and fiesta in Pattaya

A seaside resort known worldwide for its beaches, its Walking street and its wild parties...

Day 14 : Shopping in Bangkok

Walking in town, last shopping, a last glass on the roof of the city in Bayoke or at the MahaNakhon.

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