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Let the vibrant culture and the mouthwatering gastronomy of Northern Thailand seduce you. Relish on its street delicacies, enjoy a traditional dinner, visit an organic farm and take a memorable cooking class.
Upon arrival at Chiang Mai Airport, your guide will come to meet you up and transfer you to hotel.
Home of handicrafts
Chiang Mai is Thailand's main handicraft centre and is ringed by small villages which are home to cottage factories and workshops. Visit San Kamphaeng district, the heart of the silk and cotton home industries, and observe the fascinating process of making and weaving these popular fabrics.
Continue to Bor
Sang, the umbrella village, where delicate Thai paper umbrellas are
produced and hand-painted. Visit Thai Celadon, about 6 km north of
Chiang Mai, where ceramics are produced following the Sawankhalok pottery
method which dates back hundreds of years. Before we return to Chiang Mai, pay
a last visit to a small village where you can observe the intricate work
of both lacquer ware and silverware craftsmen.
Khantoke Dinner and hill tribe show
The Khantoke dinner is traditionally related to the people of the northern region. Dinner is served in small bowls, known in Thai as Khan. Guests are seated on cushions at a low table, known as Toke in Thai. The cuisine served typical of the northern Thai Lanna style. and during dinner, entertainment is provided by traditional dancers, who will perform the FornLeb, known as the finger dance, FornThien, known as the candle dance, Ramwong, referred to as the circle dance and the Ram Dab, known as the sword dance.
Overnight at the hotel.
Organic farm cooking class
After breakfast, share cooking secrets in a family environment with a well-known local chef. Over the course of years as a trekking guide, Chef Sawat observed that travelers were interested in preparing food with him. His passion for cooking and continuous feedback from travelers on his cooking talents inspired him to set up an organic farmhouse where he takes care of a spacious garden full of Thai herbs and tropical fruits.
At the chef’s farm home, you will visit his organic garden, pick some fresh herbs and continue with a hands-on cooking experience where you will experience how to pound curry paste and how to make authentic Thai curry. Create a dessert with the fruits you picked right from the trees. Enjoy the reward of your efforts for lunch. After that, you learn how to cook more dishes before returning to the hotel.
Paradise cruise and dinner on boat
In the early evening, cruise down the Ping River in Chiang Mai on the unique scorpion tailed boat with Ratilanna Boat Creations. The legend of a uniquely northern-style boat began approximately in the 18th century. This new boat was built with ancient Lanna techniques by a local shipbuilder. The scorpion-tailed boats were used for royal processions and after that served as shipping vessels between the northern region and Bangkok.
Today Chiang Mai’s unique boats have been brought back to serve for the tourists. You can enjoy this fantastic experience with luxurious meal or snack on the boat while cruising along the Ping River. 18:00-19:00 enjoy your drink and appetizer at the charming Malin Pavilion and luxurious dinner set and compliment lovely bouquet on boat plus delicious dessert at terrace.
Overnight at the hotel.
Street food tour
The northern city of Chiang Mai is considered Thailand’s cultural capital, while also sitting near some of the country’s top natural attractions, most within half an hour’s drive of the old town. Furthermore, many people also know that Chiang Mai street-food stalls and shop houses boast incredible northern Thai cuisine and delicious snacks.
After breakfast, we will take you to the 3 King Monument area near the centre of town and the popular food street where you can try various delicacies such as: special northern noodle soup, stir fries, Phad Thai, khao man kai, khao soi, fresh fruit, and a variety of Thai desserts.
In the afternoon, transfer to airport for your next flight.
|Prices per person||2 pax|
|1 May 2018 - 30 Sep 2018||$893|
|1 Oct 2018 - 30 Apr 2019||$934|
|1 May 2019 - 30 Sep 2019||$921|