Chiang Rai - Golden Triangle - Mae Sai from Chiang Mai

Hightlight:  White Temple, Hot Spring, Chiang Saen, Golden Triangle, Mae Sai, Wat Chedi Luang, Wat Pu Kao and  ethnic hilltribe villages

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Tour Code: CNXOPT-10
Departure: Every Day
Destination: Chiang Mai, Thailand
Duration: Full Day
Meal: Lunch

Start from: 1,450 THB


Tour Itinerary:

07:00 - Start from the hotel in Chiang Mai driving along a wildly route via Doi Saket through scenic hills, valleys and villages.

08:15 -  A short break is made at Mae Khachan Hot Spring and continue to visit the famous White Temple

08:45  - Proceed to Chiang Rai province.

11:00 -  Visit Akha & Yao hill tribe villages in Mae Chan area. View around taking pictures of tribal villages & people who still dress up in their traditional costume as well as purchasing some cheap crafts from them. As the Akha especially is still a very poor people then, extra money is normally asked if you’re taking their picture anyway if you’re still happy to do that please negotiate with them before.

12:00 - Continue to the ancient town of Chiang Saen, the capital of the kingdom until 13th century before King Meng Rai, the founder of Lanna Kingdom moved the capital to Chiang Rai. At that time the Myanmese also arrived and started to occupy the area, Chiang Saen was then totally destroyed and became an abandoned city for many decades.

12:40 -  Visit Wat Chedi Luang, almost 800 years old temple also one of the most important temples in Chiang Saen that was also destroyed and left abandoned.

13:00  - Further drive along the Mekong’s River Bank to The World Renowned, Golden Triangle, the mystery land in the past related to the Drug Trade and War.

13:15 -  Buffet lunch at the restaurant.

14:15 -  Drive up a small hill to a scenic point at Wat Pu Kao for a picturesque view over the Mekong River and the meeting point of 3 different countries; Thailand – Laos – Myanmar.

14:45 -  Then, take a short walk from the temple down to the Opium Museum where questions and curiosity about the Opium are replied.

15:15 -  Go on travelling to Mae Sai, a bustling market at the border town with Myanmar and the northern most point of Thailand.

15:45 - Shop around for some precious stones particularly Jade from Myanmar as well as Chinese Goods that are shipped along the Mekong River down to Thailand.

16:45 - Head back to Chiang Mai.

20:45 - Arrive and transfer to the hotel.


  • Pick up and drop off at the hotel in Chiang Mai City Area
  • Sightseeing and visits as described
  • Professional English-speaking guide
  • Lunch
  • Admission fees on sites aforementioned in the program.

Out of Route Area:

  • The following areas are out of route for pick up and drop off: Mae Rim Area, Sa Moeng Area, Hang Dong Area, San Kampang Area, Veranda High Resort and some others outside of the city center. We will suggest the hotel in the city center as a meeting point at the time of confirmation.
  • A request for pick up and drop off at the out of route area is possible at an extra charge of 700 Baht per transfer per way (not per person). For Hmong Lodge and Panviman Resort & Spa: extra charge 1,100 Baht per transfer per way. We will send separate payment link upon request.

General Terms and Conditions

  • The given time frame is an estimate timing only and can deviate due to traffic, road conditions, weather, pace of tourists and/or any unforeseen reason

JOINED GROUP TOUR - Price per person in Thai Baht

Valid from 01 November 2017 to 31 October 2018
Minimum 2 Adult(s)Adult PriceChild Price
Price per pax1,4501,100
  • Child: Age Between 4 and 11 years old
  • Group of 12 Adults or More , please contact us

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PRIVATE TOUR - Price per person in Thai Baht

Valid from 01 November 2017 to 31 October 2018
No. of PaxAdult PriceChild Price
1 Adults7,8006,240
2-3 Adults4,3203,456
4-5 Adults2,5002,000
6-8 Adults2,0501,640
  • No. of pax is based upon the number of PAYING ADULTS
  • Child: Age Between 4 and 11 years old
  • Group of 10 Adults or More, please contact us

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