August 19, 2019
Thailand a Paradise to Relax and Revive
Thailand a Paradise to Relax and Revive
is a country known for its picturesque beauty, full of lovely temples, exotic
markets, mystical Buddhist sanctuaries, flawless white sand beaches and exquisite Thai food. A
nation wealthy in history and traditional society from the amazing palaces of
Bangkok, quiet streams and lush jungles to the ancestral beauty of Chiang Mai,
the colourful northern mountain tribes ‘ homes and the world-class southern
Traveling The World allows independent women’s groups and solo travellers to enjoy
the rich cultural experience of Bangkok, the imperial Ayutthaya and the exotic
hill tribes, the clear tropical waters, along with the delicious Thai cuisine,
while enjoying spa treatments Thai style.
Quick Tour details!
Join the crew for this amazing, 10 days destination experience in Thailand from 13th February, 2020 to 22nd February, 2020 as you travel to some of the most beautiful locations and experience true Thai culture, food and sites. Here are some quick details of the tour:
- 9 nights hotel with taxes
- Daily breakfast
- 7 lunches Including 1 cooking class
- 2 dinners
- Local Tour Guides and driver as needed
- Transfers to all the locations and towns
- Transfers to the Inter-Island airport
for all inter-island flights
- Welcome Gift
- Tour Leader with 6 or more clients
- Boat excursions
A sneak peek into the Itinerary!
Bangkok – City and Temples Tour
Visit the Grand Palace, Wat Phra Keo, Wat Pho and
Wat Arun as you ride through the historic portion of Bangkok and explore the
city’s old and beautiful temple complexes.
- The biggest reclining Buddha of Thailand
can be found here at the Wat Pho, which is 46 m long and 15 m elevated with
inlaid mother-of-pearl legs.
- Explore Thailand’s most lovely Buddhist
temple, the amazing Emerald Buddha Temple, or “Wat Phra Keo” The
courtyard of the temple includes a spectacular view of gilded pagodas,
magnificent mural paintings, mythical figures and giant demons.
- You will also tour the neighbouring
Grand Palace constructed in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries as the
former king’s residence.
- Visit “Wat Arun,” also
recognized as the Dawn Temple, by ship through the Thonburi Canals, providing
colourful views of the typical river lives that once defined all of Bangkok as
Bangkok – Thai Cooking by the river
Starting with a tour, this is going to be a cooking
lesson, in which you will be transported to the Chao Phraya River, boarding a boat to reach your
classroom. The place of the Thai Cooking House is hidden within the landscape
of the canals that pass through this portion of the city.
- It’s a quiet location where you’ll get
an understanding into Thai society and lifestyle while having fun acquiring
local cooking understanding. From
a comprehensive range of ingredients, you will discover how to prepare
and serve favourite
- You will be introduced to Thai products and cuisine by
your teachers. Classes are hands-on and at a private cooking facilitys that
enables you to take part in methods and exercise them.
- At the end of the class, a delicious
four-course meal prepared by you and the other participants will be set up at
the porch overlooking the canal for lunch.
Bangkok – Chiang Mai
Enjoy a guided
tour of the old shrines through the region-Chiang Mai. Visit Wat Phra Singh,
one of the most significant sanctuaries of Chiang Mai.
- There are magnificent instances of
traditional Lanna painting in this temple. Nearby, the tiny Phra Wiharn Lai
Kham is regarded the most dramatic structure in Chiang Mai, built of
700-year-old teak wood. It includes Phra Singh Buddha’s venerated picture.
- Wat Suan Dok, also recognized as the
Temple of the Flower Garden, is located in the middle of broad accessible
spaces. Built during the period of the Lanna Thai monarchy in the 14th century,
sights include a very spectacular Chiang Saen Buddha ubosot and lovely murals.
- Wat Chedi Luang, for its over-sized
chedi, this temple is observed. Originally constructed in 1401, it was expanded
and constructed taller in the mid-1400s, then demolished in 1545 by an