Northern Thailand Scenic View

8D 7N Destination: Chiang Mai/Pai/Mae Hong Son/Chiang Rai
Your Thailand northern trip will never be completed and fulfilled without this tour package we are offering. Enjoy 7 amazing days in Chiangmai, Pai, Mae Hongson, and Chiangrai. We will take you into the fascinating….

Northern Thailand Scenic View
Chiang Mai Tour package

Your Thailand northern trip will never be completed and fulfilled without this tour package we are offering. Enjoy 7 amazing days in Chiangmai, Pai, Mae Hongson, and Chiangrai. We will take you into the fascinating Lan-Na civilization and history, deep feel the romantic nights, and adventure into the untouched nature with eco-system balance. Get closer to the pure and sufficient way of life of the Tribe folks, people of the land.


Destination : Chiang Mai/Pai/Mae Hong Son/Chiang Rai
Start City : Chiang Mai
End City : Chiang Rai
Tour Type : Private Tour
Duration : 8 Days & 7 Night

Northern Thailand Scenic View

The northern part of Thailand features the most hilly and mountainous region of the Kingdom. It consists of 17 provinces and occupies approximately 170,000 square kilometers, bordering the territory of Laos in the east and Myanmar in the west.

Blessed with abundant natural wonders, the northern mountainous region is also home to several ethnic hill tribe peoples, whose distinct cultures and traditions have, for decades, been a good magnet to attract tourists to the region.

The north has the most beautiful winter season in Thailand. From November to January cool-climate flowers will be blooming, coloring the misty mountain ranges all over the area, especially in the provinces of Chiang Mai, Chiang Rai and Mae Hong Son. In winter time the area becomes a spectacularly exotic and romantic place to go.

Natural attractions are no doubt the main draw in the north. The regions are full ofseveral renowned national parks, particularly the most famous and highest mountain ranges in Thailand – Doi Inthanon in Chiang Mai along with other Doi including Doi Angkhang, Doi Mae Salong, Doi MonJong and others.

The northern region is also home to Thailand’s earliest civilization, of which evidence still abounds today, especially in the provinces of Chiang Mai, Mae Hong Son, Lampang and Sukhothai, the first true Thai kingdom which existed some 700 years ago. Northern people, especially women, are noted for their beauty, charm, hospitability and courteousness. The northern people are kind-hearted and generous and very polite.

Tourism in the northern region is mostly nature-based activities such as trekking in national parks, bird watching, rafting and mountain biking. Tourists can also visit historical attractions and learn about the culture of hill tribe people.

The north is easily accessible due to efficient road networks both in the region itself and along inter-regional routes. Air travel is particularly convenient as national carrier Thai Airways International operates daily flights to the north.


Arrive to Chiang Mai airport, meet and greet with local guide.
Then transfer by private transportation to the hotel for check in and give some more information about your trip in Chiang Mai.

Visit Chiang Mai most sacred temples, drive around the Old City to see city’s moats and ruined city’s walls.

Drive around the Old City to see city’s moat and ruined walls. Start the temples tour with Wat Chiang Man, the oldest temple which probably dates from 1296. The temple was the residence of King Mengrai, who founded Chiang Mai, and is noteworthy for a chedi supported by rows of elephantine buttresses.

Visit Wat Phra Singh, which was built in the year 1345. This temple contains marvelous examples of Lanna art including a Lanna style viharn and the finest scripture repository of its type in the north.

Enjoy an evening of Welcome Khantoke Dinner, which is the traditional northern Thai (Lanna) form of dining. The food is served on a wooden pedestal tray, called Khantoke. The diners sit on the floor around the Khantoke, supported by triangular cushions.
The dishes are all northern Thai delicacies. While guest enjoy the meal there are usually performances of traditional northern Thai Lanna dances and music such as Fingernail dance, Sword dance, Candle dance, Ramwong dance and Firework displays.
Additionally, there are also hill tribe shows, which are performed by Akha, Lahu, Lisu, Yao, Meo and Karen hill tribes and music.

Then transfer back to hotel.

Overnight : Chiang Mai
Meal : Dinner

Travel to south of Chiang Mai route to visit Inthanon Mountain, (1½ hours drive) the Thailand’s highest mountain (2,565 meters above sea level), which offers beautiful scenery, evergreen mountain forests, dwarf rhododendron groves, rare bird life, and impressive waterfalls. 

Visit to the Summit and short trek along Angka Nature Trail; explore and feel the beauty and the unforgettable nature around. 

Continue to the great Twin Royal Pagodas, which were built for His Majesty the King and Her Royal Highness the Queen of Thailand. This place provides a marvelous view of its surrounding.

Lunch served at the local restaurant.

Depart to Doi Inthanon Royal Project, one of the many royal-sponsored projects to familiarize hill tribe people with new agricultural techniques. View the flower nurseries and cultivation areas.

Then visit Karen Hill Tribe Village to experience their primitive lifestyle. Stop at Vachirathan Waterfall, one of the highest waterfalls in Northern Thailand to take pictures. 

Then transfer back to hotel.

Overnight : Chiang Mai
Meal : Breakfast (Hotel) / Lunch

Breakfast at the hotel.

Travel to north of Chiang Mai route to Mae Taman Elephant Camp; explore the spectacular mountainous scenery along the way. Enjoy Demonstrations of how trained elephants are used as working animals in teak forests. The show includes elephant bathing in the river, working in the jungle, elephant painting, dragging and pushing logs, and responding to commands. 

Experience a special adventure with Elephant Ride for one hour through the beautiful mountain scenery and over hilly trails. Then take a local farmer transportation Ox-cart Ride, through rice fields and tropical fruit plantations to return back to the elephant camp.

Take a leisurely cruise along the rural Mae Taeng River by Bamboo River Rafting for 45 minutes. Softly moving along the river while relaxing as the rafts men pole you down through farm houses and stunning green scenery. 
Lunch served at the restaurant in the camp.

Visit the Orchid Nursery to see a large collection of more than 50 different types of colorful exotic year-round-bloom orchids.

Drive to Pai, a tiny town halfway between Chiang Mai and Mae Hong Son with some steep and winding roads through the mountains with various stops on the way, such as Mok Fha Waterfall, Pong Dued hot spring where the steam from the spring permeates the site in the morning creating fascinating sights. The area is also rich in teak woods. 

Then continue drive on to Pai and made a stop at World War II Memorial Bridge, this bridge was built in 1942, at that time the Japanese troops chose Pai to be their military base.
Arrive to Pai in late afternoon.
Overnight : Pai
Meal : Breakfast (Hotel) / Lunch

Breakfast at the hotel.

Drive on to visit Lod Cave where a huge cave system is once a dwelling place of pre-historic man.

Experience with take the Bamboo Raft reach into the cave; explore the 1 kilometer-long cave along which can be found beautiful stalactites and stalagmites. Also discovered are 2,000 year old remains of utensils and coffins.

Then continue to visit Fish Cave, A special feature is the hollow cave filled with numerous freshwater fish, which is of the same family as the carp. The fish are quite safe from being caught as they are believed to belong to the gods.

Lunch served at local restaurant.

Start Mae Hon Son city tour to visit Wat Doi Klong Moo, located on a hill to the west of town, is a major provincial landmark. There are two Burmese-style Chedis. The larger one was built in 1860 while the smaller one was erected in 1874. A panoramic view of Mae Hong Son can be enjoyed from the site.

Continue to Wat Jong Klang and Wat Jong Kum, magnificent Burmese style temples; there are several interesting items such as wooden figurines of human and animals depicted which means one of odd stories of former incarnations of the Buddha created by Burmese craftsmen.
Transfer to the hotel in late afternoon.
Overnight : Mae Hong Son
Meal : Breakfast (Hotel) / Lunch

Breakfast at the hotel.

An exotic experience by take the boat trip along Pai River to visit the world famous Long Neck Karen Village where the women wear several brass rings around their long, slender necks. The Padaung women famously wear brass rings around their necks.
This distorts the growth of their collarbones and makes them look as if they have long necks – which they don’t. This row of brass rings does not actually stretch their necks but in fact squash the vertebrae and collar bones.
A woman generally has about twenty or more rings around her neck. This neck ring adornment is started when the girls are 5 or 6 years old.

Lunch served at local restaurant.

Then transfer to:
Option 1 : Mae Hong Son Airport for Chiang Mai. [25 mins flight]Option 2 : Return back to Chiang Mai by road with your guide & driver. [349 kms/5 hours drive – non stop]
Arrive Chiang Mai, transfer to your Chiang Mai hotel.
Overnight : Chiang Mai
Meal : Breakfast (Hotel) / Lunch

Breakfast at the hotel.

Visit The Handicraft Center at Sankampaeng District. The highlight is to see the local people making handicrafts including Lacquer ware, Silverware, Hand-woven Textiles by silk and hand-painted cotton, fine Teak Wood Carving, and Umbrellas or paper parasols which are hand-painted in a variety designs.

Lunch served at local restaurant.

Travel to Chiang Rai by road (200 Km/3 hours drive) along picturesque scenic routes passing several beautiful northern mountains. 

Visit the Hot Spring at Mae Ka Chan district.

Visit Rong Khun Temple (White’s Temple), designed by the famous national artist. The main temple building is a distinctive white color, decorated with fragments of reflective glass which can be seen from afar. 

Overnight : Chiang Rai
Meal : Breakfast (Hotel) / Lunch

Breakfast at the hotel.

Visit Akha Hill Tribe; the most beautiful women’s head wares, decorated with assorted coins, shells, beats feathers and animals. They are originated from China. Explore the villages that are very simple, unique costumes, their own tradition and dialect.

Lunch serve at the local restaurant on the bank of Mae Khong River.

Visit the world famous Golden Triangle where the borders of three countries; Thailand, Laos, and Myanmar are met. See the Golden Buddha Statue and the panoramic view of Mekong River.

Then visit Opium Museum, a small museum with historical displays pertaining to opium culture include all the various implements used in the planting, harvest and all information about how dangerous of opium.

The trip continues to Mae Sai, the Thailand-Myanmar border which is also the northernmost point of Thailand. Enjoy shopping local products from China and Myanmar.
Overnight : Chiang Rai
Meal : Breakfast (Hotel) / Lunch

Breakfast at the hotel.

Drive up to the highest mountain peak on the Thai/Burma border; Doi Tung, 2,000 meters above sea level. 
In the past, shifting slash-and-burn cultivation destroyed the forest around Doi Tung area. Until 1987 when the Doi Tung Development. Project was established in accordance to the King’s Mother initiative;

Visit to Mae Fah Luang Garden, It’s built in 1992 on an area of 12 Rai. This garden grows winter flowers and decorative plants with beautiful flowers taking turn to bloom season by season. Continue to The Royal Villa of the late Princess Mother (the King’s mother), the most beautiful combination styles of the northern Thai and Swiss winter villa.

Transfer to Chiang Rai Airport. You may also extend your stay in Chiang Mai and enjoy one of the many other exciting tours available.
Overnight : –
Meal : Breakfast (Hotel)


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  • Sukhothai : Pailyn Hotel (Deluxe Room)
  • Chiang Mai : The Imperial Mae Ping Hotel (Superior Room)
  • Pai : Phu Pai Art Resort (Superior Villa)
  • Mae Hong Son : Fern Resort (Deluxe Room)
  • Chiang Rai : Laluna hotel (Garden Bungalow)

Hotel Terms & Conditions
  • Rates quote in Thai Baht are net per person per package sharing occupancy inclusive of all taxes and applicable service charges.
  • Hotel surcharge may apply during peak tourist-season in some hotel.
  • Hotel Reservations are based on availability, and cannot be combined with any other hotel discounts or promotional offers.
  • All hotel special requests are subject to availability and cannot be guaranteed.

  • Accommodation with daily breakfast
  • All transfers air-conditioned vehicles within the journey, including pick-up at airport
  • A local English-speaking guide (other languages available upon request)
  • All admission fees as mentioned in the program
  • All meal as mentioned in the program
  • Items of a personal nature
  •  Any Air ticket
  • Meals not specified in the itinerary
  • Soft drinks or other refreshments during local tours
  • Tips or Gratuities to guide & driver
  • Any services non-mentioned in the itinerary
Child Policy:
  • For children under 3 years old will be Free of charge.
  • For children 3-12 years old we charge 70% of the adult’s price.
  • For children over 12 years old we charge normal price.