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14 Days Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand Chiang Mai, Bangkok Deluxe Tour

Tour Code: SMT14E

Dates & Rates

Highlights

  • Singapore: Merlion Park & Marina Bay
  • Malaysia: Malacca City Tour & Petronas Twin Towers
  • Chaing Mai: Boat ride on the Mekong River & Maetaeng Elephant Camp
  • Bangkok: Damnoen Saduak Floating Market, Grand Palace & Ayutthaya

Daily Itinerary

Day 1: Arrive in Singapore
Upon arrival in Singapore, transfer to the hotel and check in. The remainder of the day will be at your own leisure to enjoy.
Hotel: Hotel Grand Central or Hilton Garden Inn Singapore Serangoon or similar

Day 2: Singapore
Today it is free for leisure to explore at your own pace. (B)
Hotel: Hotel Grand Central or Hilton Garden Inn Singapore Serangoon or similar

Day 3: Singapore – Malacca
In the morning explore the city by driving around the Civic District, passing by the Padang, Singapore Cricket Club, historic Parliament House and the National Gallery Singapore. Stop at Merlion Park and enjoy the impressive views of Marina Bay. Visit Thian Hock Keng Temple, one of Singapore’s oldest Buddhist-Taoist temples, before driving past Little India and Chinatown. In the afternoon, head to the top 10 indoor gardens of the world, Gardens by the Bay. After lunch, go to Malacca and transfer to the hotel. Today’s lunch and dinner are on your own arrangement. (B)
Hotel: DoubleTree by Hilton Melaka or similar

Day 4: Malacca – Kuala Lumpur
This morning after breakfast, visit the Dutch Square with the red colored Stadthuys, Christ Church, Clock Tower and the Queen Victoria Fountain. You will also see the Cheng Hoon Teng, which is the oldest functioning Chinese temple in Malaysia which was founded in 1645. The Porta De Santiago, the Gate to the Portuguese fortress “La Formosa”, built in 1511, the St. Paul Church. You will have time to stroll around the Jonker street, famous for its Malaccan antiques. Continue your drive to Kuala Lumpur, the capital of Malaysia. If time permits, we will visit the bustling Night Market in Chinatown and try your skills at bargaining. You will also see the Sri Mahamariamman Temple, one of the most ornate Indian temples where you may even get to see a Hindu wedding if you’re lucky. A photo-stop at the Petronas Twin Towers is also included. Today’s dinner is on your own arrangement. (B/L)
Hotel: Ibis Kuala Lumpur City Centre or similar

Day 5: Kuala Lumpur
Today it is free for leisure to explore at your own pace. Or you can choose to take one-day optional tour. (B)
Hotel: Ibis Kuala Lumpur City Centre or similar
Optional Tour: Kampung Baru, Batu Caves, Royal Selangor Pewter factory, National Mosque or in Malay the Masjid Negara, Tugu Negara (War Memorial) , pass the Moorish-styled Federal Court, the old Railway station, the Tudor-styled Cricket Club,the King’s Palace, Thean Hou Temple
– USD99/PP, minimum 6 passengers to guarantee departure

Day 6: Kuala Lumpur ✈️ Chiang Mai
Upon arrival in Chiang Mai, Thailand, a guide will meet you at the arrival lobby and transfer you to the hotel. The rest of the day is free at leisure. Today’s lunch and dinner is on your own arrangement. (B)
Hotel: Lotus Pang Suan Kaew Hotel or The Empress Hotel or similar

Day 7: Chiang Mai – Chiang Rai
After breakfast, head to Baan Tawai Village located 25 kilometers from the outskirts of Chiang Mai. There are several family craft workshops. The whole village is engaged in wood carving, where you can know more about the wood carving process and buy the art crafts. After lunch, head to Chiang Rai and visit Wat Rong Khun, which is known to foreigners as the White Temple, is a contemporary, unconventional, privately-owned art exhibit in the style of a Buddhist temple in Chiang Rai Province, Enjoy The Imp Golden Triangle Thai cuisine for dinner. After dinner, experience the tradition of flying sky lantern (2 people share 1 lantern) to pray for the good fortune. (B/L/D)
Hotel: The Imperial Golden Triangle Resort or similar

Day 8: Chiang Rai – Chiang Mai
After breakfast, take a boat ride on the Mekong River. Visit the Golden Triangle area, which is the junction of Myanmar, Laos, and Thailand. It is the preferred tourist area for many tourists to come to Chiang Rai. Later, proceed to Laos Island. Feel the exotic atmosphere. After lunch, watch the Golden Triangle Archway and the Golden Triangle Buddha. The Buddha faces east and seems peaceful and full of happiness and well-being. Here you can feel the different styles of Northern Thailand. After, visit the Golden Triangle Opium History Museum, which shows the origin of opium. This place serves a mission of warning future generations to be alert to the impact of drugs on the harmful effects of drugs on illegal drugs and provide scholars with research and discussion materials. The museum carries on a huge educational significance. Then, return to Chiang Mai. Today’s dinner is on your own arrangement. (B/L)
Hotel: Lotus Pang Suan Kaew Hotel or The Empress Hotel or similar
Optional Tour in Chaing Mai:
Morning Dana (Alms Giving): $5 USD/pp for the transportation (The offerings are prepared on own)
Thai Hands-on Activities (Including afternoon tea, DIY Thai Salad, Thai clothes try-on, Biking, Making & Floating Water lantern, Thai Dinner): $70 USD/pp
Thai Massage 2 hours (Including Chiang Mai Night Market transfer): $35 USD/pp

Day 9: Chiang Mai
After breakfast, proceed to the Maetaeng Elephant Camp, where you can have an up-close experience with the elephant. Ride an elephant with a tropical view and enjoy activities such as painting shows from the elephant, bamboo rafting, ox cart rides, get to learn Thailand’s rural way of life, and more. Enjoy the buffet lunch at the elephant camp. Afterward, visit the Kayan tribe. People who live here are known for wearing neck rings for years to lengthen their necks until they get married. Later on, visit Wat Ban Den. It is so called – Blue Temple, which is named due to the color of the main structure. Last stop, head to Elephant Poopoo Paper Park. This park creates a paper by the poo from elephants, in order to maintain and keep a good eco-friendly environment. After, DIY a bookmark at the park. Today’s dinner is arranged on own. (B/L)
Hotel: Lotus Pang Suan Kaew Hotel or The Empress Hotel or similar

Day 10: Chiang Mai
This morning, head out for a tour of Chiang Mai. Drive up the serpentine road to the magnificently situated Wat Doi Suthep. Perched on a forested mountain, this most sacred Chiang Mai Temple provides a superb view over the city, as well as a wealth of images and frescos. Then visit the summer palace of the royal family of Thailand- Pu Ping Palace. A royal winter palace where the Thai royal comes to enjoy the nice weather that Chiang Mai got to offer during the winter. As it located in the mountain and is in the north region, the weather is incredibly nice compared to Bangkok or in a town. You will be surrounded by beautiful flowers and gardens that will make your day better from the smell. However, it is important to remember no shorts or any reveal clothes at the palace. Enjoy the Empress/Dongtan buffet for lunch. Afterward, take a ride on Tuk Tuk, the traditional public transportation in Thailand. While on the ride, you can enjoy the beautiful view of the city. Tour the night market in Chiang Mai. Along the road, there are many vendors selling fruits, snacks and art crafts. Return to the hotel afterward. Today’s dinner is arranged on own. (B/L)
Hotel: Lotus Pang Suan Kaew Hotel or The Empress Hotel or similar

Day 11: Chiang Mai ✈️ Bangkok
Upon arrival in Bangkok, Thailand, a guide will meet you at the arrival lobby and transfer you to the hotel. The rest of the day is free at leisure. No meals are arranged today. (B)
Hotel: The Landmark Hotel Bangkok or similar

Day 12: Bangkok
After breakfast, proceed to The Damnoen Saduak Floating Market, where Thai people still keep the traditional way to trade in Bangkok. This place is highly rated by many independent travelers who like to explore the local and culture. For lunch, guests can enjoy all kinds of Thai cuisine and snacks at the market at own expense. After lunch, return to Bangkok to visit the Grand Palace. The palace represents the spirit of Thailand, including the collections of drawings, sculptures, and structures. Near the palace, Temple of the Emerald Buddha is also a well-known spot for tourists. This temple is regarded as the most sacred Buddhist temple in Thailand. This evening, enjoy the traditional Thai dishes at Savoey Thai restaurant. (B/D)
Hotel: The Landmark Hotel Bangkok or similar

Day 13: Ayutthaya – Bangkok
This morning, coach to Ayutthaya to visit the summer palace of Thai Kings, Bang Pa-In Royal Palace. The palace combines the styles of Myanmar, Thailand, Chin, and Gothic architecture. Later, proceed to Ayothaya Floating Market to experience the fun of a boat ride. Enjoy the traditional Thai dance and taste all kinds of delicious food here. This afternoon, visit Wat Mahathat, one of the oldest Buddhist temples, where the famous Buddha in a tree is located. Today’s lunch and dinner are arranged on own. (B)
Hotel: The Landmark Hotel Bangkok or similar

Day 14: Leave Bangkok
After breakfast, transfer to the airport to fly back to the home city. End of the journey. (Depart at 09:00am) (B)

Images

Remarks

  • The above tour fares are based on US Dollar.
  • Adult rate is based on a minimum of 2 people group.
  • The rates exclude all the airfare, train fare, Visa fee, personal insurance, and expense.
  • The designated optional tours and gratuity will be charged mandatorily.
  • The cancellation and change dates policies, please refer to the general terms and conditions.
  • An extra transfer to and from the hotel/airport is $30/per person
  • All the guests have to stay with the group at all time. If absent, a person will be charged $60/per day.

We reserve the right to change itinerary and prices without prior notice.

Click here to see all the Terms and Conditions.

 

  • Singapore: Merlion Park & Marina Bay
  • Malaysia: Malacca City Tour & Petronas Twin Towers
  • Chaing Mai: Boat ride on the Mekong River & Maetaeng Elephant Camp
  • Bangkok: Damnoen Saduak Floating Market, Grand Palace & Ayutthaya

Daily Itinerary

Day 1: Arrive in Singapore
Upon arrival in Singapore, transfer to the hotel and check in. The remainder of the day will be at your own leisure to enjoy.
Hotel: Hotel Grand Central or Hilton Garden Inn Singapore Serangoon or similar

Day 2: Singapore
Today it is free for leisure to explore at your own pace. (B)
Hotel: Hotel Grand Central or Hilton Garden Inn Singapore Serangoon or similar

Day 3: Singapore – Malacca
In the morning explore the city by driving around the Civic District, passing by the Padang, Singapore Cricket Club, historic Parliament House and the National Gallery Singapore. Stop at Merlion Park and enjoy the impressive views of Marina Bay. Visit Thian Hock Keng Temple, one of Singapore’s oldest Buddhist-Taoist temples, before driving past Little India and Chinatown. In the afternoon, head to the top 10 indoor gardens of the world, Gardens by the Bay. After lunch, go to Malacca and transfer to the hotel. Today’s lunch and dinner are on your own arrangement. (B)
Hotel: DoubleTree by Hilton Melaka or similar

Day 4: Malacca – Kuala Lumpur
This morning after breakfast, visit the Dutch Square with the red colored Stadthuys, Christ Church, Clock Tower and the Queen Victoria Fountain. You will also see the Cheng Hoon Teng, which is the oldest functioning Chinese temple in Malaysia which was founded in 1645. The Porta De Santiago, the Gate to the Portuguese fortress “La Formosa”, built in 1511, the St. Paul Church. You will have time to stroll around the Jonker street, famous for its Malaccan antiques. Continue your drive to Kuala Lumpur, the capital of Malaysia. If time permits, we will visit the bustling Night Market in Chinatown and try your skills at bargaining. You will also see the Sri Mahamariamman Temple, one of the most ornate Indian temples where you may even get to see a Hindu wedding if you’re lucky. A photo-stop at the Petronas Twin Towers is also included. Today’s dinner is on your own arrangement. (B/L)
Hotel: Ibis Kuala Lumpur City Centre or similar

Day 5: Kuala Lumpur
Today it is free for leisure to explore at your own pace. Or you can choose to take one-day optional tour. (B)
Hotel: Ibis Kuala Lumpur City Centre or similar
Optional Tour: Kampung Baru, Batu Caves, Royal Selangor Pewter factory, National Mosque or in Malay the Masjid Negara, Tugu Negara (War Memorial) , pass the Moorish-styled Federal Court, the old Railway station, the Tudor-styled Cricket Club,the King’s Palace, Thean Hou Temple
– USD99/PP, minimum 6 passengers to guarantee departure

Day 6: Kuala Lumpur ✈️ Chiang Mai
Upon arrival in Chiang Mai, Thailand, a guide will meet you at the arrival lobby and transfer you to the hotel. The rest of the day is free at leisure. Today’s lunch and dinner is on your own arrangement. (B)
Hotel: Lotus Pang Suan Kaew Hotel or The Empress Hotel or similar

Day 7: Chiang Mai – Chiang Rai
After breakfast, head to Baan Tawai Village located 25 kilometers from the outskirts of Chiang Mai. There are several family craft workshops. The whole village is engaged in wood carving, where you can know more about the wood carving process and buy the art crafts. After lunch, head to Chiang Rai and visit Wat Rong Khun, which is known to foreigners as the White Temple, is a contemporary, unconventional, privately-owned art exhibit in the style of a Buddhist temple in Chiang Rai Province, Enjoy The Imp Golden Triangle Thai cuisine for dinner. After dinner, experience the tradition of flying sky lantern (2 people share 1 lantern) to pray for the good fortune. (B/L/D)
Hotel: The Imperial Golden Triangle Resort or similar

Day 8: Chiang Rai – Chiang Mai
After breakfast, take a boat ride on the Mekong River. Visit the Golden Triangle area, which is the junction of Myanmar, Laos, and Thailand. It is the preferred tourist area for many tourists to come to Chiang Rai. Later, proceed to Laos Island. Feel the exotic atmosphere. After lunch, watch the Golden Triangle Archway and the Golden Triangle Buddha. The Buddha faces east and seems peaceful and full of happiness and well-being. Here you can feel the different styles of Northern Thailand. After, visit the Golden Triangle Opium History Museum, which shows the origin of opium. This place serves a mission of warning future generations to be alert to the impact of drugs on the harmful effects of drugs on illegal drugs and provide scholars with research and discussion materials. The museum carries on a huge educational significance. Then, return to Chiang Mai. Today’s dinner is on your own arrangement. (B/L)
Hotel: Lotus Pang Suan Kaew Hotel or The Empress Hotel or similar
Optional Tour in Chaing Mai:
Morning Dana (Alms Giving): $5 USD/pp for the transportation (The offerings are prepared on own)
Thai Hands-on Activities (Including afternoon tea, DIY Thai Salad, Thai clothes try-on, Biking, Making & Floating Water lantern, Thai Dinner): $70 USD/pp
Thai Massage 2 hours (Including Chiang Mai Night Market transfer): $35 USD/pp

Day 9: Chiang Mai
After breakfast, proceed to the Maetaeng Elephant Camp, where you can have an up-close experience with the elephant. Ride an elephant with a tropical view and enjoy activities such as painting shows from the elephant, bamboo rafting, ox cart rides, get to learn Thailand’s rural way of life, and more. Enjoy the buffet lunch at the elephant camp. Afterward, visit the Kayan tribe. People who live here are known for wearing neck rings for years to lengthen their necks until they get married. Later on, visit Wat Ban Den. It is so called – Blue Temple, which is named due to the color of the main structure. Last stop, head to Elephant Poopoo Paper Park. This park creates a paper by the poo from elephants, in order to maintain and keep a good eco-friendly environment. After, DIY a bookmark at the park. Today’s dinner is arranged on own. (B/L)
Hotel: Lotus Pang Suan Kaew Hotel or The Empress Hotel or similar

Day 10: Chiang Mai
This morning, head out for a tour of Chiang Mai. Drive up the serpentine road to the magnificently situated Wat Doi Suthep. Perched on a forested mountain, this most sacred Chiang Mai Temple provides a superb view over the city, as well as a wealth of images and frescos. Then visit the summer palace of the royal family of Thailand- Pu Ping Palace. A royal winter palace where the Thai royal comes to enjoy the nice weather that Chiang Mai got to offer during the winter. As it located in the mountain and is in the north region, the weather is incredibly nice compared to Bangkok or in a town. You will be surrounded by beautiful flowers and gardens that will make your day better from the smell. However, it is important to remember no shorts or any reveal clothes at the palace. Enjoy the Empress/Dongtan buffet for lunch. Afterward, take a ride on Tuk Tuk, the traditional public transportation in Thailand. While on the ride, you can enjoy the beautiful view of the city. Tour the night market in Chiang Mai. Along the road, there are many vendors selling fruits, snacks and art crafts. Return to the hotel afterward. Today’s dinner is arranged on own. (B/L)
Hotel: Lotus Pang Suan Kaew Hotel or The Empress Hotel or similar

Day 11: Chiang Mai ✈️ Bangkok
Upon arrival in Bangkok, Thailand, a guide will meet you at the arrival lobby and transfer you to the hotel. The rest of the day is free at leisure. No meals are arranged today. (B)
Hotel: The Landmark Hotel Bangkok or similar

Day 12: Bangkok
After breakfast, proceed to The Damnoen Saduak Floating Market, where Thai people still keep the traditional way to trade in Bangkok. This place is highly rated by many independent travelers who like to explore the local and culture. For lunch, guests can enjoy all kinds of Thai cuisine and snacks at the market at own expense. After lunch, return to Bangkok to visit the Grand Palace. The palace represents the spirit of Thailand, including the collections of drawings, sculptures, and structures. Near the palace, Temple of the Emerald Buddha is also a well-known spot for tourists. This temple is regarded as the most sacred Buddhist temple in Thailand. This evening, enjoy the traditional Thai dishes at Savoey Thai restaurant. (B/D)
Hotel: The Landmark Hotel Bangkok or similar

Day 13: Ayutthaya – Bangkok
This morning, coach to Ayutthaya to visit the summer palace of Thai Kings, Bang Pa-In Royal Palace. The palace combines the styles of Myanmar, Thailand, Chin, and Gothic architecture. Later, proceed to Ayothaya Floating Market to experience the fun of a boat ride. Enjoy the traditional Thai dance and taste all kinds of delicious food here. This afternoon, visit Wat Mahathat, one of the oldest Buddhist temples, where the famous Buddha in a tree is located. Today’s lunch and dinner are arranged on own. (B)
Hotel: The Landmark Hotel Bangkok or similar

Day 14: Leave Bangkok
After breakfast, transfer to the airport to fly back to the home city. End of the journey. (Depart at 09:00am) (B)

Images

Remarks

  • The above tour fares are based on US Dollar.
  • Adult rate is based on a minimum of 2 people group.
  • The rates exclude all the airfare, train fare, Visa fee, personal insurance, and expense.
  • The designated optional tours and gratuity will be charged mandatorily.
  • The cancellation and change dates policies, please refer to the general terms and conditions.
  • An extra transfer to and from the hotel/airport is $30/per person
  • All the guests have to stay with the group at all time. If absent, a person will be charged $60/per day.

We reserve the right to change itinerary and prices without prior notice.

Click here to see all the Terms and Conditions.

 

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