6 Days Central-Northeast-North

Khao Yai Nationalpark with the beautiful nature and Phi Mai famous for its Khmer temple complex are the places that not to be missed.. in Lopburi see all the monkeys hanging around in the city and the temples.After visit temple in Phitsanulok then travel to vist Sukhothai the first capital of Thailand and continue on to Chiang Mai

Day 1 : Bangkok - Khao Yai National Park

Departure from Bangkok and drive out to Khao Yai National Park. Here visit can be made at the waterfall Heio Suwat where you have the opportunity to swim or walk through the jungle. Have lunch in the park.

Day 2 : Khao Yai - Nakhon Ratchasima

After the breakfast visit Phi Mai,Praset Hin Phimai in Nakhon Ratchasima (Khorat) was built in the early 12th century and ahs been described as the largest Khmer sanctuary in Thailand, and one of the finest examples of classical Khmer architecture. It was once linked by a direct road with Angkor itself. The temple was restored by Bernard Groslier, a French archaeologist. Overnight in Nakhon Ratchasima.

Day 3 : Nakhon Ratchasima – Lopburi

Morning, drive southbound on route to Bangkok to Saraburi. Visit the famous temple Wat Phra Buddha Bat, where is a footprint of Lord Buddha to see. Continue on to Lopburi. Lopburi is one of the oldest cities in Thailand. Originally the site was occupied by an ancient town called Lavo, which according to the legendary accounts of the Northern Chronicle, was founded in A.D. 468. An engraved stone pillar was found in Lopburi; though bearing no dates, the pillar is judged from its archaic form of the letters to have been made not later than the 6th or the 7th Centuries A.D. Visit the Wat Prang Sam Yod and the monkey shrine. Overnight in Lopburi.

Day 4 : Lopburi - Phitsanulok

Depart Lopburi to Phitsanulok, on the way nice view of endless rice fields, pass Nakhon Sawan and arrive to Phitsanulok. Fre at leisure. At night time enjoy ride on the local trishaw (Sam-LOr) to visit the big night market on the banks of the river Nan.

Day 5 : Phitsanulok - Sukhothai

Morning, suggest to visit Wat Mahatthat temple. The temple is housing Phra Phutta Chinnarat, one the most beautiful Buddha image in the country. Continue on to visit Sukhothai, the first capital of Thailand during the 13 th and 14 th century. Overnight in Sukhothai.

Day 6 : Sukhothai - Chiang Mai

Approximately of 2 hours driving time, we will arrive at the temple of Wat Phra That Lampang Luang close to the city of Lampang. Here you will see a nice old temple that mostly made out of wood in the typical northern style. Continue to Lampang through the hill and valleys direct to Phayao province. En route stop will be made at the largest freshwater lake in Thailand. Continue on to Chiang Mai.

Day 7. In Chiang Rai (Golden Triangle)

After the breakfast 6 hours drive to Chiang Mai through valleys, greens and mountains.