Support 24/7 (+84 08 6289 9505)
  • Thailand


from/per person

What the most popular tour of our guests in Thailand. For almost ten years, we have the program and have the route constantly optimized and adapted. Good German speaking guides show you the mighty temple, the impressive ancient royal cities and other major historical sites. But thecountry and the people are not forgotten and next boating, elephant camp and a train journey with the so-called Death Railway They also provide the hill tribes from visiting. Once in Thailand also shopping is an issue, we have several options included here.


Day 1 : Bangkok – Damnoen Saduak – River Kwai – Todesbahn– Kanchanaburi

You will be picked-up from your hotel and driven to “Samut-songkhram” a first stop is our new highlight where local people called “Train Market” this market settle on the railroad of “Mae-Klong Train Station” for the whole daytime. The interesting of tourists for this visiting will be taken once the train to come to a standstill at station either once the train will depart from the station, all merchants will immediately move their goods from the railway road area and back again later. Then drive to a local sugar factory. Over there you’ll take a tour of the local factory where you’ll see sugar being made from coconut trees. Next you’ll go on a long tail Boat ride to the most Fascinating colorful floating market to “Damnoen-Saduak”.

You’ll see the local people and have a chance to tour the fruit and souvenir market. In the afternoon you’ll take a bus to Kanchanaburi Province first visit Don-Rak War Cemetery, This “War Cemetery” is also known as the Kanchanaburi War Cemetery. It is located opposite Kanchanaburi Railway Station on Sangchuto Road. It contains the remains of 6,982 Australian, Dutch and British war prisoners who lost their lives during the construction of the Death Railway. After that you’ll see and some leisure walks at the famous “Bridge over the River Kwai” which was built by prisoners during 2nd World War. Then drive to visit the small cave located next to “Tham Kra Sae train station”. The Death Railway is passing this cave and one of the most beautiful parts of the section – in between mountain and river. Inside is an image of Lord Buddha. Then you’ll take a ride with the train over the infamous “Death Railway” which passes over the River Kwai and travels along the beautiful but dangerous wooden viaducts. The train will arrive at “Tha Kilen Station” connect by the van for further to check-in and have dinner at the hotel.

Overnight River Kwai Resotel (Superior) or similar class 

Meal (1) Dinner


Day 2 : Kanchanaburi – Suphanburi – Ayutthaya – Phitsanulok

You will be served an American Breakfast and then travel to Suphanburi Province where you will take a visit at Wat Prao, the “Unseen Thailand” attraction over here is the thousands of fruit bats (or flying foxes) that inhabit the temple. Next you’ll process to “Ayutthaya” which was the former capital of Thailand. You will visit the ruin Mongkhol Bophit  and  Wat  Phra  Sri-Sanphet  where  it was the first temple ever built in Ayutthaya and it is over 600 years old. You will visit Wat Yai Chaimongkol, with its huge Chedi. In single-handed combat on elephant back, King Naresuan slew the crown prince of Burma in 1592. The Chedi was built in celebration of victory. Then drive to “Phitsanulok”, you’ll drive to visit the most beautiful Buddha Statue in Thailand “Phra Buddha Chinnaraj Statue”. End of sightseeing, proceed to check-in and dinner at hotel in “Phitsanulok Province

Overnight Amarin Lagoon Hotel (DLX) or similar class 

Meal (2) Breakfast / Dinner

Day 3 : Phitsanulok – Phayao – Maechan – Goldenes Dreieck – Chiang Saen – Chiang Rai 

After Breakfast, further drive to Northern route and take a short break at “Kwan Phayao”, extensively freshwater lake, Kwan Phayao is the largest freshwater fish habitat in  the upper North where provides the livelihood of many of the local people. Proceed to “Chiang Rai Province” visiting at the new “Wat Rong Khun” the temple was built by Mr. Chalermchai Kositpipat, who he is the most famous architect in Thailand. This temple was recently built and known as the White Temple, it is made from small pieces of glass. 

Afterward to “Mae-Chan” and provide sightseeing at “Padong Hill Tribe (A Long- neck Karen)” where you’ll have the chance to buy handcrafted ornaments and have your pictures taken with the tribes. Continue trips to “Golden Triangle” which is where the borders of Thailand, Burma and Laos meet. Later you’ll take a short hike up to “Phra-That Phu Khao Temple” where it has a beautiful view of the Golden Triangle. After the temple you’ll travel by long tail Boat down the Mae-Khong River to the ancient town of “Chiang Saen”. End of sightseeing, proceed to check-in and dinner at hotel in “Chiang Rai”

Overnight Phowadol Resort & Spa (STD) or similar class

Meal (2) Breakfast / Dinner


Day 4 : Chiang Rai – Sankhampaeng – Doi Suthep – Chiang Mai

After Breakfast, depart from hotel and take a long drive on the hilly road to “Chiang Mai Province” where en-route take a visit to “Sankhampang Village”. At the village you’ll see handcrafted wares such as silk, silver and lacquer. Afternoon travel up “Doi Suthep Mountain” and see the Golden Temple “Wat Phrathat Doi Suthep” where it has a magnificent view of Chiang Mai Province. Later travel to check-in at hotel in downtown.

Overnight Duangtawan Hotel Chiangmai (SUP). Or similar class 

Meal (2) Breakfast / Dinner


Day 5 : Chiang Mai – Lampang – Sukhothai

After Breakfast, you’ll visit the Elephant Camp to see how the elephants bathe, paint, play football, basketball and move timber. You can also ride the elephants through the jungle.

Next to the Orchid Farm with many different kind of orchids. You’ll continue on to Lampang Province and stop as a local market to  see the  snake and insects for sales. Then go to Phra That Lampang Luang Temple, a paradigm of temple building of Lanna. The temple itself is prominently sited on a hillock surrounded by wall. The entrance arches, called Pratu Khong, is adorned with fine plaster designs. The wall-less main Viharn houses a bronze Buddha statue called the Phra Chao Lan Thong. To the back is a golden Chedi in Lanna architectural style containing a Holy Relic. Also at the back is another Viharn with beautiful murals on wooden walls, said to be the oldest in the North. After you’ll check-in at the hotel and have dinner.

Overnight Sukhothai Treasure Resort (Superior) or similar class
Meal (2)    Breakfast / Dinner


Day 6 :  Sukhothai – Lopburi – Bangkok

Breakfast at the hotel. Before depart from “Sukhothai Province” where it was the first capital of Thailand from 1238-1365 A.D. in the park you’ll visit Wat Mahathat, Wat Srasri, Wat Sri Sawai, where it is the one of the World Cultural Heritage sites, designated by UNESCO. Then proceed to “Lopburi Province” for visit to “Phra Prang Samyod” a Three Spire Pagoda built in a Cambodian style next you’ll work to San Pra Karn Shrine to see the many monkeys that inhabit the shrine. After sightseeing at Lopburi, lunch will be provided at local restaurant and after drive to “Bangkok Airport” or to your hotel in Bangkok.

Meal (2) Breakfast / Lunch


Group: 4-6 Pax

Include :
1. Hotel for 5 Nights
2. Breakfast and Dinner 
3. Minivan
4. English Speaking Guide
5. Drinking Water

Exclude :
1. Personal Cost
2 Tip for guide and driver



Leave a review
0 Reviews
  • Position
  • Tourist guide
  • Price
  • Quality