Over four days hit all the highlights Pattaya has to offer as well as a day snorkelling around the little island gem that is Koh Samet!
This 3 day package will take you to three very different areas! Enjoy the white sandy beach on Koh Larn, see a traditional way of Thai life in Bang Saen as well as some of Pattayas surrounding attractions.
Over two days see Pattaya’s highlights as well as spending the day on one of the best beaches in the vicinity on Koh Larn
Our team will collect you from your hotel in Pattaya and escort you to Khao Keow Open Zoo. At Khao Keow , you will see over 300 animal species who live in the beautiful 2000-acre forested area of the Chompoo Nature reserve. In respect to a more gentle approach to animal caring, Khao Keow Open Zoo has stopped using many cages and animal enclosures; the zoo now favours open areas which resembles the animal’s natural setting. The zoo presents a series of animal shows throughout the day. To visit the zoo, you will be driven around by vehicle. After your visit, we will leave Khao Keow and break for lunch, after which you will have the option to return to your hotel or visit The Sanctuary of Truth which features stunning wood carved architecture!
You will begin your journey as our team picks you up from your hotel in Pattaya. From there, we will proceed out of the city and onwards to the town of Bang Saen. This small seaside town is down to earth and slow paced, where the traditional Thai way of life can be witnessed. Watch locals as the mend their stalls at the local market, where fresh and dry seafood is available. Our next stop will be Khao Samuk, commonly known as Monkey Mountain, also home to dozens of cheeky macaque monkeys. From Khao Samuk, you will be able to enjoy the spectacular views of the coastline with its oyster farms stretching out at sea. We will head down the hill and drive towards Burapha University, where we’ll stop and visit the aquarium at the school’s Institute of Marine Science. Next, visit the magnificent Thep Sathit Phra Kitti Chinese Temple. Our last visit before lunch will be the remarkable community of mortar and pestle stonecutters at Angsila village, where you will see how artisans use their tools to create magnificent objects out of rock. After your lunch break, we will proceed to Khao Keow Open Zoo. Here, several native and foreign animal species live in mini environments resembling their natural habitats. You will see ostriches, hippopotamuses, monkeys and many more animals.
Your tour will begin as our team will pick you up from your Pattaya hotel and drive to your first stop; Phra Tamnak Hill. Here, you will enjoy the fantastic views of the city and its sweeping bay. We will then proceed towards the south as we leave Pattaya on to our second stop of the day; the Buddha image in Khao Chee Chan. This 109 m tall Buddha image carved into the rock of Khao Chee Chan was sculpted to honor His Majesty King Bhumipon. We will then drive to Silverlake Vineyard where we will embark on a trolley bus and tour the vineyard. This vineyard produces excellent grape juice and you will have the chance to try some. Other products, such as wines, will be available for purchase. Our final stop before lunch will be will be Wihan Sian Chinese temple. Lunch will be enjoyed at the beautiful Nong Nooch Botanical Gardens, after which, you will be able to visit its extensive gardens, and enjoy its cultural and elephant show. For rour final stop you will have a choice between The Sanctuary of Truth, Mimosa or the Pattaya Floating Market. Following our last stop of the day you will be transferred back to you pattaya hotel.
Your Koh Larn adventure will begin when you will be picked up at your hotel and driven to Pattaya beach on the morning of your tour. Here, you will board a speedboat and ride out in direction of Koh Larn. On the way, you will have the option to enjoy parasailing as well as sea walking. Once on the island, you’ll be able to enjoy the rest of the morning at the white sandy beaches and clear waters that Koh Larn has to offer. Lunch will be enjoyed at one of the restaurants located directly at the side of the beach. The afternoon will be yours to continue relaxing on the beach. The days tour will finish when you are brought back to Pattaya by speedboat.
Tour the craft towns of San Kamphaeng and Bosang a short drive from Chiang Mai. You will see skilled workers making woodcarvings, Thai silk, silverware, lacquer ware and paper umbrellas. The manufacturers you will visit also offer great bargains to be had. This is an excellent tour if you want to learn about handmade items of Northern Thailand.
A great tour for kids and elephant lovers alike! You will be picked you up at your hotel and drive you to the beautiful Mae Sa district outside Chiang Mai. You will see elephants bathing as well as a show during which they will perform intricate tricks. Watch these huge and magnificent animals play football and even create artwork for your pleasure. After the show, you will have the option to actually ride one of the elephants through the surrounding forested hills. In the way back to the city, we will stop at the Thai Orchid and Butterfly Farm before returning to your hotel.
*Elephant riding – iI you take the pre booked option of elephant riding price will be 900 baht per person (based on two persons sharing one elephant for a 20 minute ride)
During this half-day Chiang Mai tour, four of the city’s most important temples will be visited. Your temple tour will allow you to appreciate the architectural diversity which is present in the region of Chiang Mai; you will visit temples that have the Thai, Lanna, Mon, Burmese and Sri Lankan styles. This is a highly recommended tour if you have an interest for architecture, history and temples in general. You will also get to visit a genuine Chiang Mai market in which you will be able to shop for local and Thai specialties.
The temples in this tour include:
Wat Phra Singh – A great example of the classic Lanna or Northern Thai temple architectural style.
Wat Chiang Man – The oldest temple in Chiang Mai. Opened in 1296, this temple features the traditional Northern Thai architecture style.
Wat Chedi Luang – Famous for its large but earthquake damaged stupa, which once boasted being the tallest structure in the city.
Wat Suan Dok – Founded by the Lanna King Kue Na in 1373, it is situated among whitewashed stupas also tombs of some members of Thai Royal families. It also enjoys the “The flower garden temple” moniker.