Family Package 8 Days 7 Nights

Wat Pra That Doi Suthep
Wat Chedi Luang Chiang Mai
Royal Pagoda Doi Inthanon
Ban Rak Thai

Overview: Embark on a captivating journey that begins and ends in Chiang Mai, offering a diverse array of experiences. Prepare for an adventure filled with cultural discoveries and breathtaking scenery. Start your journey with a visit to the revered Phra That Doi Suthep temple, where you can bask in its tranquil ambiance and admire the intricate architecture. Next, explore the beautiful gardens of Phra Tamnak Bhubing Rajanives Palace, immersing yourself in the serenity of nature. Connect with the Hmong hill tribe as you visit Doi Pui village, gaining insights into their rich cultural heritage. Engage with the locals, learn about their traditions, and witness their way of life in this enchanting hill tribe community. Embrace the natural wonders as you walk along the Canopy Walking Way, surrounded by the lush forests. Experience the thrill and awe-inspiring beauty as you traverse the elevated path amidst the treetops. Feel the excitement at Phoenix Adventure Park, where a variety of thrilling activities await. Engage in adrenaline-pumping adventures that will create lasting memories for all. Immerse yourself in the magnificent scenery of Doi Inthanon National Park, the highest point in Thailand. Allow the breathtaking landscapes to captivate your senses as you appreciate the natural splendor. Continue your journey to the romantic district of Pai, nestled in Mae Hong Son province. This charming town has gained popularity among locals and foreigners alike due to its unique allure. Traverse the winding roads, embracing the rain, fog, and cool mountain breeze that adds to the town’s enchantment. Prepare for an extraordinary adventure as you explore the wonders of Chiang Mai and Pai. From cultural encounters to mesmerizing landscapes, this journey promises to be an unforgettable experience that will leave you with cherished memories.


Upon your arrival at Chiang Mai airport, you will receive a warm meet and greet from our friendly staff. We will be there to welcome you and assist you with your transfer to the hotel. Our team will ensure a smooth and comfortable journey to your accommodation, allowing you to start your Chiang Mai experience on a positive note.

The first day of your family trip begins with a pick-up from your hotel in Chiang Mai. Excitement fills the air as you head to the jetty, where a wonderful cruise along the Ping River awaits you. The Ping River has been a lifeline for Chiang Mai since ancient times, providing sustenance and nourishment to the land and its people. The cruise offers you panoramic views of both sides of the river, allowing you to immerse yourself in the tranquil beauty of the surrounding landscape. You witness the daily life of the Riverside community, observing villagers engaged in various activities that revolve around their dependence on the river for their livelihoods. Your first stop is at “Baan Chao Na,” where you get to experience the charming atmosphere of ancient riverside houses. These houses showcase the traditional way of life of farmers and the Riverside community, giving you a glimpse into the rich cultural heritage of the region.

As you explore further, you come across local vegetable and herb plots, farming equipment, rice milling processes, and vegetable cultivation practices free from harmful chemicals. This insight into traditional agricultural practices allows you to appreciate the sustainable methods employed by the locals to cultivate their crops. With the day filled with enriching experiences, you return to Chiang Mai, where you’ll stay overnight. The serene beauty of the Ping River, the vibrant Riverside community, and the cultural heritage you’ve encountered today set the stage for a memorable family adventure in Northern Thailand. Tomorrow, you’ll continue your journey, eager for more discoveries and shared experiences with your loved ones.

On the second day of your family trip in Chiang Mai, you embark on a journey to explore some of the city’s most significant and beautiful landmarks. Your first stop is Wat Phra That Doi Suthep Temple, which is located on Doi Suthep Mountain. Wat Phra That Doi Suthep Temple is an iconic symbol of Chiang Mai and one of the most sacred sites in Northern Thailand. Legend has it that the temple was founded in 1383 with the intention of enshrining a relic of the Lord Buddha. Today, it remains an essential pilgrimage site for both locals and visitors seeking blessings and tranquility. To reach Wat Phra That Doi Suthep, visitors can embark on a scenic journey that involves ascending a 306-step staircase flanked by magnificent serpents. For those preferring a less strenuous option, a funicular railway is available, offering a comfortable and picturesque ride to the temple complex. The temple’s architecture combines elements of Lanna and traditional Thai styles, featuring intricate golden decorations, ornate wooden carvings, and striking pagodas. The main attraction is the chedi (stupa) that houses the revered relic, said to possess great spiritual power. The temple’s vantage point also offers breathtaking panoramic views of Chiang Mai city and the surrounding countryside.

Next, you visit Phra Tamnak Bhubing Rajanives Palace, a charming Thai-style palace surrounded by lush gardens, streams, ponds, and flowers of various colors and scents. The palace is famous for its blooming roses, which come in an incredible array of variants and colors. During the cold season, the palace becomes a paradise garden adorned with the beauty and fragrance of the roses. Continuing your journey, you visit Doi Pui Village, a Hmong hill tribe village situated in the Doi Suthep Pui National Park area. The village boasts picturesque landscapes, including pine forests, vegetable and fruit plots cultivated by the villagers, and during winter, the mountains come alive with the vibrant pink blossoms of the Himalayan cherry trees. The village also offers a viewpoint from where you can marvel at the intricate beauty of the surrounding mountains.

Next, you visit Wat Chedi Luang Worawihan temple, a stunning and historic temple that is situated in the middle of Chiang Mai’s old city. This temple is one of the most important and impressive temples in the city, as it was once the residence of the sacred Emerald Buddha, which is now housed in Bangkok’s Wat Phra Kaew. The main attraction of Wat Chedi Luang is its enormous chedi, which was originally built in the 14th century and reached a height of more than 80 meters. However, the chedi was partially destroyed by an earthquake in the 16th century, and it still stands as a majestic and awe-inspiring sight. The chedi has been restored to some extent, but it still retains its original charm and character.

Finally, you visit Kad Luang or Warorot markets, the largest and oldest markets in Chiang Mai with a history spanning hundreds of years. Here, you can explore a wide variety of fresh flowers, fruits, local dishes, dried foods, fashionable clothes, cosmetics, and more. The bustling markets offer an authentic glimpse into the local way of life, making it a delightful experience for tourists and locals alike. After an eventful day filled with cultural exploration and shopping, you return to your accommodation in Chiang Mai, where you’ll stay another night. Tomorrow marks the last day of your family trip, so make the most of the time left to create lasting memories together in this enchanting city.

On the third day of your family trip, you depart from Chiang Mai and head to Mae Rim District to explore the natural wonders and adventurous activities in the area. Your first stop is the Queen Sirikit Botanic Garden, a conservation center that gathers and categorizes a diverse range of plants according to their genus. The garden is designed to mimic the natural environment, allowing visitors to experience the beauty of various plant species up close. One of the highlights of the visit is the Sky Walk, a canopy walkway that stretches over 400 meters and stands more than 20 meters high above the treetops. Some parts of the walkway are made of clear glass, offering a thrilling view of the world below. Next, you continue your journey to Phoenix Adventure Park, a unique and exhilarating destination where you can experience tree-based adventures unlike any other. There’s a wide array of activities to choose from, including zip-lining, traversing the monkey bridge through a waterfall, climbing nets, crossing the lego bridge, skateboarding in the sky, and much more. Each activity challenges your skills and brings excitement to your day. The park ensures the highest safety standards, using a reliable safety system imported from abroad.

After an adventurous day, you head to Pai district, driving along the historical World War II road. The winding road offers breathtaking views of the beautiful mountains as you descend into the charming town of Pai. In the evening, you have the opportunity to explore the local lifestyle on Pai’s lively walking street. The street comes alive with a vibrant atmosphere, and you can stroll along the lanes lined with shops offering handmade products, clothing, jewelry, baskets, and various souvenirs. The walking street also offers a delightful culinary experience, with numerous international and Thai restaurants where you can indulge in delicious local dishes. The walking street remains open for pedestrians from 5 pm until midnight, making it the perfect place to immerse yourself in Pai’s vibrant culture. As the day comes to an end, you retire to your accommodation in Pai, where you’ll stay overnight. The adventures and cultural experiences of the day have surely brought joy and excitement to your family, creating cherished memories of your time in Northern Thailand. Tomorrow, the journey continues as you explore more hidden gems of this captivating region.

On the fourth day of your family trip in Pai, you set out to explore the unique cultural sites and natural wonders of the area. Your first stop is Santichon village, a fascinating community belonging to the Yunnan Chinese people who settled here many years ago. The village still preserves its original Yunnan Chinese style, including traditional houses, decorations, and a way of life that remains unchanged. As you wander through the village, you get a glimpse of the rich Yunnan culture and traditions that have been passed down through generations. Close to Santichon village, you visit the Yun Lai viewpoint, offering breathtaking views of Pai city surrounded by paddy fields and a rugged mountain range. The viewpoint is especially enchanting during sunrise and sunset when the landscape is painted in beautiful hues, and a sea of mist blankets the area, creating a mesmerizing scene.

Next, you visit Wat Phra That Mae Yen Temple, situated on a high hill in Mae Yen village. From the top of the hill, you can enjoy a panoramic view of Pai city. The sight is particularly awe-inspiring during sunrise and sunset, as the sun casts a warm glow over the picturesque mountain ranges in the background, leaving an indelible impression in your heart. You then make a stop at the Memorial Bridge, which has historical significance dating back to the Second World War when Japan used Thailand as a route to transport troops and arms into Myanmar. The bridge, reminiscent of the Kwai River Bridge, now serves as a place of remembrance and a popular spot for tourists to take photographs. Continuing your journey, you visit Pai Canyon, also known as Kong Lan. This naturally occurring tourist attraction features deep trenches and cliffs formed by soil subsidence and erosion from wind and rain. The area spans more than 3 acres and offers thrilling narrow trails winding along the ridges, surrounded by mixed deciduous forest and stunning views of the villages and farms below.

Next, you explore the Merit Bridge, known as “Khokuso,” built by the villagers as a bridge of faith. It stretches across the rice fields, connecting Pambok village and Huai Khai Khiri temple. The bridge was constructed to provide monks with easier access to receive alms in the morning without damaging the villagers’ crops. It also offers convenience for both tourists and villagers to cross, providing an opportunity to make merit and enjoy the beautiful nature of the forest, mountains, and rice fields along the way. After a day filled with cultural exploration and enjoying Pai’s natural beauty, you return to your accommodation for another night in this enchanting town. Tomorrow, you’ll continue your journey to uncover more treasures and adventures in Northern Thailand.

On the fifth day of your family trip, you continue your adventure with visits to breathtaking viewpoints, ancient caves, and an authentic hill tribe village. Your first destination is Doi Kiew Lom Viewpoint, a popular spot among Thai and foreign visitors. This viewpoint offers a stunning panoramic view of the valley covered in a sea of mist, creating a mesmerizing sight. In addition to the misty landscape, the area is adorned with colorful flowers, adding to the enchantment of the scenery. Next, you head to Tham Lod Cave, one of the most important archaeological sites in the region. The cave features a stream known as “Lang” flowing from one end to the other, forming a remarkable cave filled with stalactites and stalagmites. Inside the cave, you’ll have the opportunity to witness and even touch a wide variety of antique tools and utensils from ancient times, dating back over 2,000 years. Apart from exploring the cave’s natural splendor, you can also enjoy bamboo rafting inside the cave and embark on a short trek around the cave area.

Continuing your journey, you visit Ban Ja Bo Village, home to the Lahu hill tribe. Originally from Tibet, the Lahu people migrated to the southwest of China before gradually moving to the northeast of Myanmar and eventually populating the northern region of Thailand hundreds of years ago. The village is situated on a ridge surrounded by stunning mountain scenery. The Lahu people have a preference for building their villages on high land and lead a simple way of life. Agriculture, including rice farming and corn planting, is their main occupation, and they are known for their hunting skills. The Lahu are friendly and welcoming to foreign tourists, making your visit to their village a heartwarming experience. After immersing yourselves in the rich culture of the Lahu tribe, you continue your journey to Mae Hong Son. Upon arriving in Mae Hong Son, you transfer to your hotel and stay overnight. The day’s adventures have offered a mix of natural beauty, archaeological wonders, and cultural encounters, leaving you with memories to cherish for a lifetime. Tomorrow, your exploration of Mae Hong Son continues as you uncover more hidden gems in this captivating province.

On the sixth day of your family trip in Mae Hong Son, you continue your exploration of the region’s temples, natural wonders, and charming villages. Your first stop is Wat Phra That Doi Kong Mu temple, the most important place of worship in Mae Hong Son. Situated on the top of Kong Mu Mountain, the temple boasts two pagodas of different sizes. The larger pagoda was constructed by “Chong Thong Su” in 1860, while the smaller one was built by “Phraya Singhanatracha” in 1874. From the hilltop, you get a stunning view of the surrounding nature, with mountains and valleys creating a picturesque backdrop. Next, you visit Wat Chong Kham and Wat Chong Klang temples, both of which are located in the same area near the big swamp. These old temples feature beautiful Burmese-style edifices and house the revered Buddha image, Luang Paw To. Wat Chong Klang has an impressive display of Burmese wood carving dolls and large glass paintings depicting Buddhist history.

Continuing your journey, you visit the Su Tong Pae Bridge, the longest bamboo bridge in Thailand. This bridge connects Suan Tham Phusama Temple and Kung Mai Sak village, crossing over paddy fields and canals. The bridge offers a classic and unique beauty, particularly during the rainy season when the surrounding fields are lush green, and the grains shimmer in golden hues during the winter. The bridge is a significant and memorable sight for visitors, providing a wonderful experience of walking amidst the verdant landscape.

Afterwards, you head to Baan Rak Thai village, situated near the border between Thailand and Myanmar. This village was established by the Yunnan Chinese people, specifically the former military of the Chinese Nationalist 93rd division, or “Kuomintang,” who sought refuge here during the communist regime’s revolution and innovation. The village’s stunning scenery, with its beautiful mountains, lakes, and colorful shrubbery, leaves tourists amazed and captivated. You’ll also have the opportunity to taste delicious Yunnan cuisine, including the renowned Chinese tea honored as the best quality tea in Mae Hong Son province.

Next, you admire the tranquil atmosphere of Baan Ruam Thai, also known as Pang Oung, a Shan village nestled among rugged mountain ranges. The village’s big lake, surrounded by pine forests and colorful winter flowers, has earned it the nickname “Switzerland in Thailand.” The breathtaking scenery, including fog floating above the lake in the morning, invites visitors to revel in the beauty of nature year-round. After a day filled with cultural encounters, natural splendor, and picturesque villages, you return to your accommodation for another night in Mae Hong Son. Tomorrow, your journey will continue with more exciting discoveries and memorable experiences in this enchanting regions.

On the seventh day of your family trip, you leave Mae Hong Son and head to the renowned Doi Inthanon National Park. The journey takes you through winding roads, providing breathtaking views of the beautiful mountains and landscapes. As you arrive at Doi Inthanon, you’ll be captivated by the majesty of the highest peak in Thailand, standing at an impressive altitude of 2,565 meters above sea level. Doi Inthanon is a part of the Thanon Thongchai Mountain range, which stretches across several countries, including Nepal, Bhutan, and Myanmar, and boasts a diverse and abundant range of climates and forests. The park offers an array of experiences, from exploring rain forests to pine forests and mixed forests at different heights. At the peak, you’ll be rewarded with stunning panoramic views, making it a must-visit destination for travelers from all over the world who are drawn to the cool weather, beautiful scenery, and abundant forest.

Next, you visit the Twin Royal Pagodas, Napamethanidol, and Napapolpumisiri, perched atop a high hill in Doi Inthanon National Park. These pagodas were created as a collaboration between the Air Force and people from all over Thailand to honor the 60th anniversary of His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej Rama 9 in 1987 and to commemorate the auspicious 5th anniversary of Her Majesty Queen Sirikit on her birthday, August 12, 1992. The pagodas are surrounded by beautifully landscaped winter flower gardens and a variety of plants, offering a serene and picturesque atmosphere. The cool weather throughout the year contributes to the charm of this place, making it one of the most stunning viewpoints in Chiang Mai. Continuing your exploration, you visit Wachirathan Waterfall, an awe-inspiring single-tiered waterfall with a height of 70 meters. This majestic waterfall is considered one of the most beautiful in Thailand, with water flowing throughout the year. During the rainy season, the water droplets create mesmerizing rainbows, adding to the enchanting beauty of Wachirathan Waterfall.

Your next stop is the Royal Agricultural Station Inthanon, a research station focusing on winter plants. Here, you’ll have the chance to admire the colorful flower plots and witness various varieties of vegetables and fruits. The station conducts research on flowers, ornamental plants, vegetables, fruits, and highland fisheries, with a focus on promoting fundamental development, social development, and forest watershed conservation. The project also benefits hill tribe farmers’ families in the surrounding villages, generating income and supporting their livelihoods. After your visit to the Royal Agricultural Station Inthanon, you’ll continue your journey back to Chiang Mai. Arriving in the city, you’ll be transferred to your hotel for your last overnight stay. Take this time to relax and reflect on the wonderful memories made during your adventurous and enriching family trip.

Your journey in northern Thailand has come to an end; it is now time to bid farewell. Our team will transfer you and your family to Chiang Mai Airport for a safe journey home, and this is the end of our services.

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