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From Chiang Mai: White Temple & Golden Triangle Day Trip

1. From Chiang Mai: White Temple & Golden Triangle Day Trip

Uncover the secrets of Thailand's famed Golden Triangle on this day trip from Chiang Mai. Travel aboard an air conditioned van from a centrally-located meeting point. Visit the Mae Kachan hot springs and the White Temple.  Explore the Mekong river on a longtail boat and enjoy a tasty lunch. Enjoy a pickup in central Chiang Mai, depart for Chiang Rai, stopping for a short break at Mae Kachan hot springs. Visit Wat Rong Khun, the White Temple, before continuing to the Golden Triangle area. Go to Wat Phra That Chedi Luang (limited access). See the Thailand, Laos, and Myanmar borders from the Golden Triangle viewpoint. Stop for lunch before spending time at House of Opium. Enjoy a long-tail boat trip on the mighty Mekong River. On the way back to Chiang Mai, take a break to stretch your legs in Mae Suay or Wiang Pa Pao district and enjoy a cup of coffee or tea. The estimated arrival time in Chiang Mai city is 8:30 PM. 

Chiang Rai: Full-Day Customizable Private Tour

2. Chiang Rai: Full-Day Customizable Private Tour

Start with pickup from your hotel and meet your passionate tour guide who will impart tidbits of history and culture on a full-day exploration of Chiang Rai. Enjoy a private tour that allows you to choose the sights and activities you want to experience, without wasting time on those you’d rather skip. Although Chiang Rai is usually overlooked in favor of its sister city Chiang Mai, dig a little deeper and discover a charming town rich in arts and culture. Originally the capital of the Mengrai Dynasty, the city was founded in the late 1200s and retains many of its Lanna influences in architecture, language, and cuisine. Simply indicate the attractions you want to see so that your guide has several options to craft the best schedule for you based on geography and diversity. If you don’t know where to start, a visit to the famous White and Blue Temples is strongly recommended. These are masterpieces in Lanna architecture and art. Also of particular interest is the Golden Triangle – a marked area where the countries of Thailand, Myanmar, and Laos meet.

Chiang Rai: 2-Day Private White Temple & Golden Triangle

3. Chiang Rai: 2-Day Private White Temple & Golden Triangle

Departing from Chiang Mai, your first visit will be at a hot springs. Enjoy lunch at the local restaurant. Continue your journey to White Temple (Wat Rong Khun), a dazzling temple built in 1990. Its ornate all-white exterior with embedded pieces of mirror gives it a resplendent appearance which marks it as one of the most beautiful temples. Visit the Black House (Baan Dam), an original contemporary art museum before heading to your hotel in Chiang Rai. Start your second day at Choui Fong Tea Plantation, well-known for its grand view and the highest quality traditional teas cultivated. As the site is located on the hill, you will be able to get great scenery of the land. Continue to Wat Rong Sua Ten (the Blue Temple), which is famous for its magnificent blue interior with a large white Buddha that marks the spirits. The paintings are reminiscent of the style that you can see inside the White Temple. Next, you will visit Doi Tung, the former king mother's botanical garden in the mountain.  Continue to Chiang Sean for a panoramic view of the Golden Triangle, where Laos, Myanmar and Thailand meet the mighty Mekong River. it will be a good combination tour of the nature, culture and traditions as well as the beautiful landscapes (optional boat ride on the mighty Mae Khong River). Enjoy lunch at a local restaurant and continue to explore Chiang Rai history at Opium Museum and head back to Chiang Mai by 6:00 PM. 

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What people are saying about Golden Triangle

Overall rating

4.6 / 5

based on 354 reviews

This tour was absolutely one of the experiences I will never forget. M taught us so much about the culture of the Thai people and educated us about the history of the Buddha and each temple we visited. He went above and beyond to make sure we were comfortable, making pit stops and showing us the local foods so we can get our full Thai experience. His energy throughout the whole trip led the tour to be excited for the very next stop to our adventure. We went to Chiang Rai, which is the most beautiful temple I have ever seen in my life. After that, we went to the first temple in Thailand and also went on a boat and crossed the Mekong River which was a plus!! We briefly stayed on this island to see other beautiful statues. Overall, he truly cares about the tourists getting the best experience when they're in Thailand. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED. Thanks for everything!

My friends and I really enjoyed the tour! It was our last full day in Chiang Mai and it was a great way to spend it. We learned a lot from our tour guide, Mr. M, who was super nice and he even helped us out with good photo spots, too. Definitely recommend it, especially because it includes the Golden Triangle which is much less touristy than many other places (at least it was when we went).

Beautiful place and our guide Tui was outstanding. Passionate, he explained everything to us and organized a day rich in information, an excellent meal and a much appreciated tea break after the long drive. I highly recommend this guide and his driver

Fantastic experience. They picked us up at the hotel at the agreed time and we started the route to Chiang Rai. Our guide, Tui, was charming, always attentive to our comfort and told us many things about Thailand. recommended experience

Really great day, long day but totally worth it, very informative guide. Learnt a lot. Lunch was tasty, good veggie option too.