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Southern I-San Explorer : 5 Days / 4 Nights

Explore the "unknown Thailand", visiting the Khao Yai National Park, the fascinating temple ruins of Phanom Rung, the magic Mekong River and the ancient Khmer temples of Phimai.

Southern I-San Explorer : 5 Days / 4 NightsTBKK11

  • Duration Season Departures Price From
    5 days / 4 nights 01/Nov/2015 – 31/Oct/2016
    Daily on request 27,500 THB

    Day 1     Bangkok - Korat (L)     
    You will be picked up early from your hotel and first visit the town of Saraburi, where the highly revered, alleged footprint of the Lord Buddha at Phra Buddha Bat is waiting for you. Continue to visit Thailands biggest milk farm at Phak Chong before reaching the Khao Yai National Park. Take a walk to to the famous Nakhon Nayok waterfall. In the evening you will arrive at Nakhon Ratchasima (Korat) for overnight.

    Day 2     Korat - Ubon Ratchathani (B/L)     
    In the morning the journey continues to Dan Kwiang, a village famous for its ceramics. Proceed to visit the fascinating temple ruins of Prasat Khao Phanom Rung, that were built between the 10th and 13th century. You will pass through a typical north-eastern landscape to reach Ubon Ratchathani, the most eastern province of Thailand, for overnight.

    Day 3     Ubon Ratchathani - Mukdahan (B/L)     

    After breakfast, you will pay a visit to Wat Nong Bua, a temple with a chedi in Indian style, before leaving the town to Khong Chiam. You will start on a boat ride to the place where Mun and Mekong rivers meet. The clear waters of the Mun will mix with the murky brown water of the Mekong. You will continue to the rocky plateau of Pa Taem, that overlooks the Mekong valley, and see the pre-historical paintings, that date back 4000 years. In the afternoon, you will reach Mukdahan for overnight.

    Day 4     Mukdahan - Khon Kaen (B/L)     

    Pay a morning visit to Wat Phra That Phanom, a copy of a similar temple in Vientiane and the most important in the Northeast. Later you will drive through the hilly plateau of Phu Pharn to reach Khon Kaen for overnight.

    Day 5     Khon Kaen – Bangkok (B/L)   
     
    After breakfast, you will visit the provincial museum and stop at Chanabot Village to see the production of the famous Mutmee Silk. The highlight of the day -and maybe of the whole tour- is the temple complex of Phimai, that is similar to Angkor Wat - only about 100 years older - and was once connected to it by a road. In the evening you will arrive in Bangkok and be transferred to your booked hotel.

     

    HOTEL :

    *Hotels are subject to change to an equivalent hotel*

    Destination Hotel
    Korat                        
    Sima Thani Hotel Korat
    Ubon Ratchasima Tohsang City Hotel
    Mukdahan Ploy Palace Hotel Mukdahan
    Khon Kaen Charoen Thani Princess Khon Kaen

    Southern I-San Explorer : 5 Days / 4 NightsTBKK11

    Period Validity - Rate per person in THB SIC 1 Pax 2 Pax 3 Pax 4-7 Pax SGL supplement
    01/Nov/2015 – 31/Oct/2016 51,200 27,500 20,900 17,500 3,800

      Rates are inclusive of

    • Program as per itinerary *private tour basis*
    • Accommodation as mentioned hotel or similar (based on 2 persons sharing a TWIN room)
    • Meal as stated B= Breakfast, L= Lunch, D= Dinner
    • Transfers as above mentioned
    • English or German speaking Tour guide (other languages on request)
    • All entrance fees

      Rates are NOT inclusive of

    • Personal expenses
    • Meal and beverage which are not mentioned
    • Guide and driver tips
    • Optional tours
    • Visa fees
    • Air fares
    • Festive surcharges (if any)

      Note:

    • Compulsory Gala Dinner surcharge for Christmas Eve and New Year may apply
    • Festive surcharge for Songkran (13-15 April 2014), Chinese New Year and Loy Krathong may apply

     

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