The Emerald Triangle Tours (Thailand - Laos - Cambodia)
15 Days 14 Nights

Thailand, a paradise that offers you the unlimited exotic attractions. The land of a lengthy history and developments as a nation you would excitedly explore, the land of speechlessly beautiful places nature bestowed upon us, the people of the land of smiles, all lingerie waiting for your visit and embroider the impression you could bring back home.

Cambodia, Angkor is the World s largest religious area, there are more than 100 stone temples build by Khmer King since 9th - 13th Century. Angkor located in Siem Reap Province, Cambodia, 315 km. north-west of Phnom Penh. The majestic temples of Angkor belong to the classic period of Khmer art and civilization. Today, a millennium after built these temples, and the temples stand solitary and alone in the jungle.  

Laos, The original Lao capital was established in 1353 at Luang Prabang, the heart of the Kingdom of a Million Elephants. In 1560, The Capital was moved by King Setthathirat, who was concerned with the threat of a Burmese invasion.The new capital was built on a fertile plain and was named Vieng Chan, meaning Walled City of the Moon or perhaps Walled City of Sandalwood.  Both definitions can be explained by the fact that Vieng Chan was protected by ramparts which were probably constructed of wood.  Built along the banks of the Mekong, the fortified city's main sources of revenue were agriculture and taxes on river-borne commerce.  In the 17th century, the first European visitors appeared on the scene.  They were granted an audience with King Souligna Vongsa (who reigned from 1637 until 1694) and described Vieng Chan as a prosperous city.  When the French arrived at the end of the 19th century, they found the town in ruins and overgrown by jungle.   Vientiane which is the French transliteration of the Lao name Vieng Chan, was partially rebuilt during the colonial period, with French style buildings and housed. As they did in Phnom Penh, Hanoi and Saigon, the French also constructed wide tree-lined avenues.  Today, the remaining colonial buildings are fairly well preserved.

The most attractive sites are the historic places, antiques, temples, rivers, mountains, cascades, waterfalls and caves.The nature is beautiful and green.

 Tour Schedule
Day  1: Arrive Bangkok
Our tour guide in purple and navy blue uniform will meet and greet at International Airport and transfer to Hotel.

Arrive Bangkok, airport staff will meet you at the gate of the plane with the sign board of your name displaying. Then, escort you to immigration counter to facilitates the paper work and then to the luggage claim area taking care of your belonging, accompany you through arrival hall to meet our tour guide who is in purple and navy blue uniform and transfer to your hotel.

Nice and Sound Sleep in Bangkok

Day  2: Bangkok - Chiang Rai
Our tour guide will meet and greet at the hotel lobby.  Depart hotel to domestic airport for smooth flight to Chiang Rai by PG 913 (13.35 - 14.45) in Economy Class

Arrive Chiang Rai, then continued drive to check in hotel then the visit to Private Museum Oub Kham, Ancient Lanna Kingdom’s Heritage.  Rai Mae Fah Luang, The Art and Cultural Park. Both sites are the must see in Chiang Rai and couldn’t miss!

Nice and Sound Sleep in Chiang Rai

Day  3: Chiang Rai
After breakfast, greetings by our tour guide at the hotel lobby to visit Doi Mae Salong, the village founded is called Santi Khiri.  It has become well-known among tourists both Thais and foreigners for its enchanting beautiful scenery, calm and placid nature.

Here we visit some of Hill Tribes - Akka and Lisu. Then, visit Phra Tamnak Doi Tung, a beautiful royal residence is built for the Princess Mother, the main attraction is Suan Mae Fa Luang, a very beautiful garden decorated with different kinds of plants and flowers.

Visit Chiang Saen, was an ancient town located on the bank of Mae Khong River and The Golden Triangle, where the Mae Khong meets the Ruak River this where the borders of three countries, Laos, Myanmar and Thailand. Visit the Mae Sai Borders on Myanmar s Tha Khi Lek Market, by the Mae Sai River with a bridge spanning both sides.

Nice and Sound Sleep in Chiang Rai

Day  4: Chiang Rai - Chiang Mai
After Breakfast, depart hotel to Chiang Mai, on the way visit amazing Rong Khun Temple, the unique temple by the creative power of the famous Thai Paintings, Mr. Chalermchai  Kositpipat, the local school and then visit the famous Bakery Farm then visit the several of local handicraft products made of condoms at well-known local restaurant named Cabbages and Condoms.

Nice and Sound Sleep in Chiang Mai

Day  5: Chiang Mai
After Breakfast, Depart hotel to visit Elephant Camp to see how the well-trained elephants work in the forest.  Enjoy Elephant Riding into the dense jungle for 1 hour round trip.  After the elephant ride, take a Bamboo Rafting along Mae Ping River for one hour.  The next visit Orchid & Butterfly Farms.  Then visit the Handicraft Villages, where you can see how the local people making Silk, Wood craving, Silverware, Umbrella making etc.

At night, enjoy your wonderful time at The Famous Chiang Mai Night Bazaar.

Nice and Sound Sleep in Chiang Mai

Day  6:  Chiang Mai  - Luang Prabang
After Breakfast, visit Phra That Doi Suthep Temple, This temple is Chiang Mai’s most important and visible landmark, and overlooks the city from its forested mountain backdrop.  It is 3,520 feet above sea level, and dates from 1383.  The temple is approached on foot by climbing a steep staircase comprising 290 steps. The less energetic may ascend by funicular railcars.  The temple’s golden pagoda contains holy Buddha’s relic, and attracts Buddhist pilgrims from all over the world throughout the year.

Depart hotel for the smooth flight to Luang Prabang by QV 636 (15.15 – 16.25) in Economy Class.

Arrive Luang Prabang, our local tour guide will meet and greet at Luang Prabang Airport and transfer to Hotel.

Nice and Sound Sleep in Luang Prabang

Day  7: Luang Prabang 
After breakfast, private Boat Trip, see native life along the Mekong River and visit the Village of Rice Wine Fomented, the village of Ban Xang Hai, famous for its manufacture of rice whiskey.  The villagers carry water from the Mekong and use it to soak rice in large jars which sit for several days.  The fermented rice yields alcohol which can be drunk as a cloudy liquid, or distilled to make fire water.

Then visit Pak Ou Caves, situated 25 km upriver from Luang Prabang at the confluence of the Ou and Mekong rivers are two caves, Tham Ting and Tham Phun, that house countless numbers of Buddha images that have been left over hundreds of years by devotees.  Weaving Village of Lu Ethnic at Bang Phanom, a small village famous for its weavings.  There is a small market set up here, and you can wander in the village and see village women weaving underneath their homes

Nice and Sound Sleep in Luang Prabang

Day  8: Luang Prabang - Vientiane 
After breakfast, starting to visit World Heritage House and School then visit Wat Xieng Thong, situated 300 m south of the confluence of the Mekong and Khan rivers and was built in 1560.  The temple is the most stunning in Luang Prabang, richly decorated with colored glass and gold. Mount Phousi and Wat That Chom Si, situated 150 m and 300 steps up above the peninsula with spectacular views of the city and surrounding countryside.   The climb is tiring, but the views from the top are certainly worth it.
Visit The Royal Palace, now a museum houses a collection of artifacts belonging to former rulers of the Kingdom of Lane Xang. 

Transfer to airport for departure to Vientiane by QV 104 (14.55 – 15.35) in Economy Class.  Arrive Vientiane, greeting by local tour guide at Vientiane Airport and transfer to hotel.

Nice and Sound Sleep in Vientiane

Day  9: Vientiane 
After Breakfast, full day tour to visit Ho Phra Keo Temple, situated next to the Presidential Palace, this temple was the temple of the former Lao Royal family.  Formerly, the temple was the home of the Emerald Buddha.  Sisaket Temple, This temple features over 6,800 Buddha images which are all ritually cleansed at the time of the Lao new year.  The temple was built in 1818 and is the oldest surviving temple in Vientiane. That Luang Temple, the most famous landmark of Vientiane which was constructed in 1566 by King Setthatirat and restored in 1935 and Victory Monument, resembles Paris' Arc de Triomphe as it is sometimes known.   During the day, the monument can be climbed and makes an excellent vantage point of the city. Lao Revolutionary Museum, the museum is housed in a large French colonial building and shows a collection of artifacts, photographs and paintings of the history of the Lao People's Revolution.

Late afternoon, visit Local Market, for the local handicrafts.

Nice and Sound Sleep in Vientiane

Day  10: Vientiane - Siem Reap (via Pakse)
After Breakfast, smooth flight to Siem Reap by QV 305 (10.30 - 11.45) via Pakse by QV 513 (13.00 - 14.00) in Economy Class, arrive Siem Reap greetings by local tour guide and transfer to hotel.

Visit Stone Temples build between 9th - 12th Century at South Gate of Angkor Thom, to visit the famous of Bayon, Elephant Terrace, Leper King, Ta Keo,  Banteay Kdei, Prasat Kravan and Srah Srang (Royal Bath).

Then visit the fabulous Ta Prohm Temple, atmospheric combination of trees growing out of the ruins and the jungle surroundings, the temple was used as a location in the film Tomb Raider and have made it one of Angkor's most popular temples with visitors.

Nice and Sound Sleep in Siem Reap

Day  11: Siem Reap
Full day tour starting to visit from Sunrise at Angkor Wat  before Breakfast,  visit Phnom Kulen, a sand stone plateau which Khmers regard as a holy ground, then visit Kbal Spean, It was believed that the sculpted stone lingas would bless the water with an abundance of fertility as it flowed downstream towards the Royal city of Angkor.  The next visit at Bantaey Srei Temple, the "Jewel of Khmer Art" the most beautiful temple in pink sandstone. 

Nice and Sound Sleep in Siem Reap

Day  12:  Siem Reap - Bangkok
After breakfast, visit Tonle Sap, The Great Lake and Local Market then free at your leisure until time to transfer to airport for Bangkok by PG 914 (15.35 – 16.50) in
Economy Class,

Arrive Bangkok, airport staff will meet you at the gate of the plane with the sign board of your name displaying. Then, escort you to immigration counter to facilitates the paper work and then to the luggage claim area taking care of your belonging, accompany you through arrival hall to meet our tour guide who is in purple and navy blue uniform and transfer to your hotel.

Nice and Sound Sleep in Bangkok

Day  13:  Bangkok
After Breakfast, visit The Grand Palace, The most famous Grand Palace no one could miss while traveling in Thailand, The Royal Chapel and The Emerald Buddha Temple in the same compound are the most sacred objects to the Buddhists of Thailand then Canal Tour  and followed by visit Temple of The Reclining Buddha, the biggest in Bangkok, which is 46 meters long and 15 meters high of the image.   The next stop at Pak Khlong Talat, the biggest wholesale markets for all kind of cut flowers and vegetables.  The Golden Buddha Temple, the image of solid old is 3 meters high and weighs 5.5 tons.  And transfer to hotel.

Nice and Sound Sleep in Bangkok

Day  14:  Bangkok  - Kanchanaburi
After breakfast, Depart hotel to Kanchanaburi to visit JEATH  War  Museum, JEATH stands for Japan, England, America, Australia, Thailand and Holland / The War Cemetery, which contains the remains of 6,982 prisoners of war who lost their lives during the bridge’s construction. View the superb view from the window of the ordinary Train. Then, prepare yourself for a private long-tailed boat along the part of the Kwai Noi River which is so rich with scenic beauties and wild animals in the forest as well as near by the riverbank to visit Hellfire Pass is so named because the lamps used for lighting.  The night gave it a hellish appearance, prisoners excavated it by hand through solid rock in 13 weeks, working day and night during 1943.  Back to Bangkok and transfer to hotel.

Nice and Sound Sleep in Bangkok

Day  15:  Bangkok - Departure
After Breakfast at 07.30 am,  Depart hotel to visit Tha Ka and Damnoen Saduak Floating Market.  On the way will be passing the largest source of salt production in Thailand along the roadside of the highway. The first visit at a long time well-known amazing Mae-Klong Fresh Market (Shrinking Umbrella Market) which sets along sides of the railroad. There are train passing through about 8 times a day, when a train is coming those vendors will close their awnings to make room for the train.

The next visit at  Gardener's House, see how the sugar is being made right from the coconut sap.
Private Long-Tailed Boat, will be arranged from Tha Ka Floating Market, 10 km beyond Damnoen Saduak Floating Market, this unspoiled floating market is in Samut Songkarm province where you meet boat vendors during the period of the waxing and waning moon (following the lunar calendar) to experience the atmosphere of a real traditional floating market where buying and selling is done from boats and continue ride for 1 hour to the main part market of Damnoen Saduak Floating Market, see a fascinating Thai way of life from the ancient time that is still widely practiced in this area. Taste various kinds of exotic Thai fruits and choices of Thai handicrafts are available at the spot.

Depart hotel for your smooth flight home.

Thank You Very Much and See Your Smiles Again Soon

Tour Includes:
Hotel to Bangkok International Airport,
- Welcome Garland
- Private Car
- Reliable First Class Services.
- Round Trip Tickets
- Professional Transfer Tour Guide
- Arrival and Departure Transfer (Bangkok) or Assist to Transit the Flight

 Travel Insurance Certificate
- Exclusive Professional Tour Guide and Admission Fee
- Accommodation (Sharing Room) with Breakfast
- Air Ticket
- Transportation

Tour Excludes
 Entry Visa Fee US$ 35 (per person) upon arrival with 2 photos and Exit Fee US$ 25
- Alcoholic Drinks & Meals (Lunch and Dinner)

- Travel Insurance Certificate
- Exclusive Professional Tour Guide and Admission Fee
- Accommodation (Sharing Room) with Breakfast
- Air Ticket
- Transportation
- Other Services: Welcome in Airport, Check in and out, Baggage Claim and Ticket Reconfirmation.

Tour Excludes
- Entry Visa Fee US$ 20 (per person) upon arrival with 1 photo and Exit Fee US$ 25
- Alcoholic Drinks & Meals (Lunch and Dinner)
- Your Extra Charges

Chiang Rai: Legend Boutique River Rosort & Spa
A King Size Bed in Grand Deluxe Room including Breakfast

Chiang Mai: Anantara Resort
A King Size Bed in Deluxe River View Room including Breakfast

Luang Prabang: Sofitel Luang Prabang

A King Size Bed in Suite Garden Room including Daily Breakfast

Vientiane: Settha Palace Hotel
A King Size Bed in Deluxe Room including Daily Breakfast

Siem Reap:

Raffles Grand Hotel D' Angkor in State Room including Daily Breakfast

Bangkok: The Oriental Bangkok Hotel
A King Size Bed in Superior River View Room including Breakfast

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