My Itinerary in North Thailand

Travel booking, done! Airline tickets booking, done! There’s no turning back, I’m going to North Thailand on a group tour as my contest prize in a blog contest. I won’t be writing about how I feel anymore because I think I’m already becoming very redundant. Anyway, let me show you the itinerary of my Treasure of the North travel, compliments of Intrepid Travel and Dodo. I truly thank God for letting me win this contest!

— The itinerary they sent me—-

Day 1 Bangkok

Make the most of this bewitching city of skyscrapers and temples, chaos and calm. Sitting on the banks of the Chao Phraya River, Bangkok is a fusion of country and city influences. Why not arrive early and visit the dazzling Grand Palace and the majestic Emerald Buddha?

Day 2 Sukhothai

Cycling is the best way to see Thailand’s first capital, set amid leafy forests and perfumed gardens. Pedal between fertile rice paddies and enjoy the tranquility. A trip to the night market is a real eye-opener – the choices for dinner here range from fried rice to fried bugs.
Day 3 Lampang

Step back in time and tour Sukhothai’s fascinating temples by bicycle, stopping off at a local market and sharing a picnic. See the impressive murals of Wat Phra That Lampang Luang or enjoy some pampering at the local herbal sauna and massage centre.

Day 4 Homestay

Ride an elephant through the forest and stay to see bath time. Spend the evening in the home of our village friends and witness rural Thai life first-hand. Be treated to a traditional khan toke dinner accompanied by live music and a dance performance. In the morning, offer alms to the monks or stretch out with a yoga session.

Days 5-7 Chiang Mai

Take a relaxing soak in hot springs en route to Chiang Mai. Situated at the crossroads of one of South-East Asia’s most important trade routes, the northern capital is a legendary centre of ancient culture, adventure, relaxation and shopping. Bike between the temples, take a cooking class, cruise down the river on a bamboo raft or hone haggling skills at the markets.

Day 8 Bangkok

Celebrate the end of the adventure over a cold Singha. ( hmmm I would rather have an ice cold Coke!)

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4 thoughts on “My Itinerary in North Thailand

  1. wow!excited ko para sa imo.murag nkita na nku na mga site sa living asia na program.pasalubong ha…tiguma lang gud kay basin nay mapadadan.he!he!ka bless ba nimo igsoon uy!suroy2 ka raman..mapisikan man pod mi sa blessing kay ang pasalubong logar…ha!ha!balik2 gyud ang PASALUBONG!!!!!!lol!

  2. Wow! I am really smiling reading your post love. sure you will enjoy your trip, I've been to khan toke dinner and you'll be amazed with the beautiful live show and the food is authentic thai cuisine. and you'll get a picture of you with the beautiful ladies as your background as I have now.

    I am so happy for you love…Rest assured that there will be more surprises from our Faithful Father!

  3. love, i am excited for you. i'm sure you will have a grand time. i'm also sure you will love chiang mai. after your trip you might want to propose a transfer to chiang mai instead of going back to hatyai. LOL.

    p.s. thanks diay pagvisit sa akong blogs. mao pa ko kasuroy kay wala pa ko harvest sa akong farm. hehehe.

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