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Private Full-Day Temples and History Tour
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Chiang Mai
Wander the grounds and interiors of some of Chiang Mai’s 300 Buddhist temples. Gaze back on an era and explore a few of this capital city’s most significant 14th-century temples. Top it off with a 1-hour Thai massage.
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Pricing and availability
From $160.00 each  Adults (13 & older) *
From $126.00 each  Children (3 to 12) *
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Begin your day with a visit to Three Kings Monument, an iconic representation depicting the legend of 3 rulers coming together over 700 years ago to plan out the new capital city of Chiang Mai. Move on to one of Thailand’s most technologically-advanced museums. Learn about the Lanna Dynasty, a powerful kingdom founded in the 13th century that lasted over 500 years.

Picture the former glory of Jedi Luang Temple, Northern Thailand’s largest pagoda. Left half in ruins after a 16th-century earthquake, the main building and its semi-crumbled chedi still rest on the backs of carved stone elephants accessed by a lengthy flight of stairs. Break for lunch, featuring a Northern Thailand specialty, Khao Soi, curry noodles served up in generous proportions and accompanied by side portions of ground chilies in oil, pickled cabbage, shallots, and lime wedges.

Embark on a longtail boat after lunch for a cruise along the Mai Ping River, known as the “lifeline of the province.” Enjoy an hour-long shore excursion to a rural farming house for a glimpse of local life and customs. Keep an eye out for a towering gold chedi overlooking the grounds of your next stop, Suan Dok Temple. The resting place for ancient rulers, the surrounding area is a sea of ornate white-washed stone tombs.

Lose yourself in the unique Umong Temple. Named after its labyrinthine system of tunnels, this semi-underground temple is nestled amongst open grounds and an untamed forest where a tall staircase leads to a rare statue of Buddha. Back to the city, discover one of the most important temples within the old city walls, Phra Singh Temple. Then head for relaxation and rejuvenation after a long day with a 1-hour Thai massage.

Inclusions :
  • Full-day tour
  • Roundtrip hotel transportation
  • English-speaking guide and air-conditioned transport
  • Drinking water and refreshments
  • Set-menu lunch
  • 1-hour Thai massage

Approximately 10 hours and 30 minutes

Departure time and location:
8–8:30 AM; from the lobby of your hotel

Return time and location:
6:30 PM; to the lobby of your hotel

Participation is complimentary for children younger than age 3. This tour is not recommended for women who are pregnant. Rates are based on a minimum of 2 participants; a single supplement will be charged upon arrival if only 1 participant is booking.
Redemption instructions

After you book your activity, follow these 3 easy steps:
1. Print your voucher; locate the voucher in your travel confirmation e-mail or in the My Trips/My Itineraries link on the site.
2. Follow the redemption instructions on your voucher; it is critical to do this before you depart.
3. Take all vouchers with you; you must redeem one voucher per person.

Exchange your voucher for activity:
Confirmation is required. Contact Konthaitour at least 24 hours before your trip date to ensure your reservation and to confirm pick-up time for tour selected. Upon pick up, present your voucher and photo ID in exchange for service.

Rates are based on a minimum of 2 participants; a single supplement will be charged upon arrival if only 1 participant is booking.
Terms and conditions

Cancellations and Changes: This Activity can be changed or cancelled without penalty at any time prior to 2 days before the scheduled start of your trip. The scheduled start of your trip is the date of the Activity.