8 Days In Thailand For Foodies

8 Days In Thailand For Foodies

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8 Days 7 Nights
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  • Departure/Return Location
    Bangkok Airport/ Chiang Mai Airport
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Tour Plan

Bangkok (-)

Arrival at Bangkok airport. Meet and greet, transfer to your hotel. Check-in time is 14:00. Balance of the day at leisure.

Overnight Bangkok.

Bangkok (B)

Breakfast. Day at leisure in Bangkok or (pre)book an optional excursion.

Overnight Bangkok.

Bangkok - Kanchanaburi (B/L/D)

Breakfast. Pick up from your Bangkok hotel and transfer to Bang Sue station and hop on the 08:23 to Nakhon Pathom. The one-hour train journey will give you the experience of leaving the metropole city into the rural area. Arrive at Nakhon Pathom station and stroll towards the huge Phra Pathom Chedi, passing the local stalls and crossing the inner canals. Stop at the famous Mae Look Chan stall for trying the famous sticky rice in bamboo and some fresh pomelo, which is famous in this area. After visiting the temple proceed to Kanchanaburi (ca 1 h) and stop for a coffee break at Meena Cafe to enjoy the scenic view of the rice fields with the Wat Tham Sua in the background. Head to the local restaurant, Boon Nam Gaeng Pa, known for the "Jungle Curry". Check-in at the hotel in town. At 17:30 we head out to visit the Bridge on the River Kwai. Stroll the local night market before heading to a local restaurant to try the famous "Chicken Feet" at Moms. Return to the hotel.

Overnight Kanchanaburi.

Kanchanaburi - Ayutthaya - Nakhon Sawan (B/L/D)

Breakfast. Depart in the morning to Ayutthaya. Visit the Rock Buddha at Wat Khao Tham Thiam. Visit Ayutthaya's historical parks Wat Phra Sanphet and Wat Mahathat. Try out the famous "Boat Noodles" of Auntie Lek. Continue to the provincial town of Uthai Thani. Visit the local market and the famous custard bakery! Continue to Nakhon Sawan. Check-in at the hotel. In the evening stroll the local market to try out the local food stalls and eat as locals do.

Overnight Nakhon Sawan.

Nakhon Sawan - Phitsanuloke - Sukhohtai - Phrae (B/L/D)

Breakfast. Depart to Phitsanuloke to visit the Buddha Casting Factory and the Wat Phra Si Rattana Mahathat. Try out the local dim sum at Kanokphan. Continue the journey to Sukhothai for a visit to the Historical Park on a bicycle. Enjoy lunch with the famous Sukhothai noodles at Jae Hae. Proceed further northbound to Phrae, where old wooden buildings of Khum Chao Luang, Khum Vongburi, and Ban Prathabjai. Check-in at the hotel in this provincial town. In the evening, eat as locals do with the Shabu hotpot!

Overnight Phrae.

Phrae - Lampang - Chiang Mai (B/L/D)

Breakfast. Depart from Phrae with a scenic route through the mountains to Lampang. Visit the ancient house of Baan Sao Nak in Lanna-style on pillars. Coffee break along the river at Mahamitr. Continue the journey and stop at Kad Tung Kwan market, the local market with a diversity of produce and food. Try out the silkworms! Enjoy the local lunch in Lamphun with the typical Northern noodles dish, Khao Soy, and the local rice noodles of Khanom Jeen. Visit Wat Phrathat Harinpoonchai before arriving in Chiang Mai. Check-in. In the late afternoon, visit the old city's temples of Wat Phra Singh and Wat Chedi Luang at night time. Dinner will be at Ginger Farm Kitchen at One Nimman. After dinner free to stroll the nightlife of Chiang Mai on your own.

Overnight Chiang Mai.

Chiang Mai (B/L/D)

Breakfast. Morning transfer to Pantawan cooking class. Visit the morning market to get your ingredients and join the cooking class in preparing your lunch. After your lunch visits the tunnel temple of Wat U-Mong and enjoys afternoon tea at the Anantara Chiang Mai. Return to your hotel. In the evening transfer for riverside dining.

Overnight Chiang Mai.

Chiang Mai - Chiang Mai Airport (B)

Breakfast. Day at leisure. Check-out time is noon. Transfer to Chiang Mai Airport.

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