Explore ThailandTravel with the Post Falls Chamber
March 9-17, 2024
The 9-Day Trip rate is $2999
Immerse Yourself in another culture
Operated Chamber Trips Since 2000 with 1200 Chambers from 50 States
Fascinating culture, history, and world-famous cuisine known for its bold, exotic flavours make Thailand one of Southeast Asia’s most popular destinations.
Most visitors will arrive in the capital city of Bangkok, a pulsating megacity with modern skyscrapers towering over glittering temples below. Whether sampling spicy street food or shopping in one of its many luxury malls and massive outdoor markets, Bangkok is truly a feast for the senses.
In northern Thailand, Chiang Mai and Chiang Rai, the former capitals of the Lanna Kingdom, are the cradle of Thai culture. Discover opulent temples and historic ruins or trek through scenic hill country to discover ethnic minority villages.
The south of Thailand boasts the tropical paradise retreats of Phuket and Koh Samui with their sun-kissed beaches and outer islands, surrounded by electric blue waters teeming with colourful sea life. The friendly Thai people with their legendary hospitality only serve to enhance the amazing Thailand experience which draws visitors back time and time again.
One of Asia’s most popular megalopolises, Bangkok offers a diverse range of sights and experiences, with something for everyone. Culture fiends will delight in the dazzling Royal Palace and the city’s countless pagodas, while shoppers could spend weeks sifting through Bangkok’s modern malls and traditional open-air markets.
Entertainment in Bangkok ranges from thrilling Muay Thai bouts to highbrow classical Thai music concerts and everything in between. Dining options are equally varied. Whether you’re eating fine French cuisine in a plush hotel restaurant or sampling fried crickets on the side of the road, prepare to have all of your senses engaged.
The former capital of the Lanna Kingdom in the 13th century, Chiang Mai today continues to serve as a cultural and administrative center of Northern Thailand.
Though the metropolitan area of Chiang Mai has a population of more than a million, the historic center has a laid-back atmosphere more akin to a provincial town than a capital city. Beyond the Old City, vast green countryside and rainforests are ideal for trekking and exploring ethnic minority villages.
Your Trip Includes
- Roundtrip international airfare & Tax
- 9-day deluxe tour package
- 4 & 5-star hotel accommodations and 3 daily meals
- Entrance fees to attractions
Day 1 – Spokane/Bangkok
Check in at Spokane Airport for a connection flight to Bangkok.
Overnight on the flight..
Day 2 – Bangkok
Change the connection flight and arrive at Bangkok, the Capital of Thailand. You will be met at the airport by your tour guide and transferred to the hotel.
Day 3 – Bangkok
Full day city tour includes the Wat Traimit, also known as Golden Buddha Temple, Wat Pro, known as Reclining Buddha Temple, Grand Palace, as the residence of Kings of Bangkok, and Wat Phra Keo, known as the Emerald Buddha Temple.
Day 4 – Bangkok/Ayutthaya/Bangkok
Tour bus excursion to Ayutthaya, a ruined city built in 1350 AD, once the capital of Siam. Visit Wat Panan Choeng with a Buddha image of 60 feet long, Wat Yai Chai Mong Kol with its Vicotry Pagoda 200 feet high, and Wat Maha That with a striking figure head swallowed by tree roots. On the way back to Bangkok, tour the Summer Palace Pang Pa Inn.
Day 5 – Bangkok
Bus excursion to Maeklong Railway Market known as Talad Rom
Hoop. Then drive to visit Damnoen Saduak, the famous floating market. Return to Bangkok.
Day 6 – Bangkok/Chiang Mai
Morning flight to Chiang Mai. Visit Wat Suan Dok, the temple with its 150 feet high Chedi. Continue to Wat Phra Sing in the old town and a large complex of more than 60 buildings before visiting 14th Century Wat Chedi Luang. Discover the nearby Wat Chet Yot and Wat Chiang Man, known for their numerous elephant sculptures.
Day 7- Chiang Mai/Chiang Rai
The bus journey to Jiang Rai. Visit Wat Rong Khun, nicknamed the White Temple. Also, visit the Blue Temple and the Thai Elephant Care Center.
Day 8 – Chiang Rai/Chiang Mai
Bus journey return Chiang Mai. On the way, visit Wararot Market and Wat Phra That Doi Suthep, with a panoramic city view. A cable car is ready for you instead of climbing with a 309-step naga staircase. Shopping for gifts and souvenirs before the end of the trip.
Day 9 – Chiang Mai/Spokane
Connection flight to Spokane Airport, where you will arrive on the same day.
- Price reflects double share occupancy
- 5-star service standard with a low group travel rate
- Add $600 for single room supplement
- With post-departure group travel protection
- Valid passport required
- Free shuttle bus service on departure and return day
- Accept credit card payment without handling charge
Including everything on the itinerary and tax
Plan to join the Post Falls Chamber group for this lifetime Thailand adventure.
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More Trip Information
|513,120 km2 (198,120 sq mi)
Visa, Master Card are widely accepted
American Express is accepted but not as commonly as in the US or Canada.
Diners Club, JCB and Discover Card are generally not accepted.
|Drives on the:
|220 V 50Hz
37% Thai (Central Thai)
25% Thai Lao (Northeastern Thai)
8% Lanna (Northern Thai)
8% Dambro (Southern Thai)
10% Thai Chinese
2% Karen (Western Thai)
|South East Asia
0.003% No religion