14 Days 13 Nights


Bangkok - Chiang Mai  - Chiang Rai - Huay Xai - Luang Prabang - Siem Reap – Phnom Penh


This program is for everyone except People with disabilities in wheelchairs
Best time to go: Whole year, monsoon and hot months are from Apr to July  

  • Cruise the Chao Phraya River and Thonburi's canals, visiting iconic landmarks like the Temple of Dawn and the Grand Palace.
  • Explore the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Ayutthaya, with its ancient temples, including the unique Buddha head entwined in Bodhi tree roots at Wat Mahathat.
  • Ascend Wat Doi Suthep and engage with elephants in their natural habitat during a heartwarming Elephant Tour.
  • Explore the mysterious Angkor Temple heritage sites. 
  • Experience rustic Khmer villages riding on a water buffalo/ox cart.   
  • Enjoy a Bamboo train ride and visit the featured sites of Battambang 
  • Discover the famous Pak Ou Caves, Kuang Si waterfalls and Luang Prabang City
  • Visit the first-ever buffalo dairy farm in Laos
✔ Accommodation with daily breakfast as mentioned or similar
✔ Transfer services in a private air-conditioned vehicle
✔ Khmer cooking Class in Siem Reap
✔ Entrance fees to the indicated sites
✔ Meals as listed in the program 
✔ Tours with English speaking local guide
✔ Bottled drinking waters and wet wipes in car on touring days
✔ Government taxes

 Optional tours
✘ Drinks and other meals not clearly mentioned
✘ Insurance, gratuities and personal expenses
✘ Surcharge for public holidays (if any)
✘ International airfares and airport taxes
✘ Visa fee to Cambodia and Laos



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Upon arrival at Bangkok International Airport, you are welcomed by our guide and transferred to your hotel in the city center for check-in. You will be free for the remainder of the day. 

Overnight in Bangkok


After breakfast, at 9am, meet your guide in the lobby for a private motorboat tour along the Chao Phraya River and canals, exploring Thonburi, Bangkok's "Venice of the East." Visit the Temple of Dawn and then continue to the Grand Palace, an architectural masterpiece and Thailand's spiritual heart.
Visit the Reclining Buddha at Wat Pho, a center for traditional Thai medicine and massage. After the tour, return to the hotel for leisure time.
Overnight in Bangkok
Note: Dress Code: Do not sleeveless shirts, vests, short top, see through tops, short hot pants or short pants, torn pants, tight pants, bike pants, mini skirts


After breakfast, we drive north to Ayutthaya, a 1.5-hour journey from Bangkok. Explore the UNESCO World Heritage Site, Ayutthaya Historical Park, with its 14th-century Siamese capital landmarks. Visit Wat Phu Khao Thong and the ancient palace grounds, including Wat Phra Sri Sanphet. See the massive reclining Buddha at Wat LokayaSutharam and the iconic Buddha head entwined in Bodhi tree roots at Wat Mahathat.
Return to Bangkok for a flight to Chiang Rai. Upon arrival in Chiang Mai, your local guide and driver will take you to your hotel.
Overnight in Chiang Mai 

Day 4: Chiang Mai - Wat Doi Suthep - Elephant Tour (Joined tour)

Ascend Wat Doi Suthep, climb the 309 steps of the Golden Naga staircase to reach the golden pagodas. Then, explore the hidden gem, Wat Palad, an ancient temple with over 650 years of history in the Chiang Mai area. Return to your hotel.
Afternoon, depart for the Elephant Tour (joined tour)
13:00 - 13:30: Drive north of Chiang Mai, about 50 minutes, through picturesque countryside, forests, and local farmlands.
14:30: Arrive at the Elephant Sanctuary. Explore, change into traditional clothing, and prepare fruits for the elephants.
15:00: Meet the elephants. Feed, interact, and play with them in their natural habitat. Learn about their behavior and history, and take photos.
16:00: Walk with the elephants to a clean water pond, where they cool off and you can observe them.
17:00: Enjoy tea, coffee, and seasonal fruit, then bid farewell to the elephants. Depart from Baan Chang Elephant Park and drive about 50 minutes back to Chiang Mai. Drop-off at your hotel or accommodation.
Overnight in Chiang Mai
 PLEASE NOTE: At the Park, we will allow you to spend as much time as possible with the elephants. Therefore, there is no formal schedule and aside from pick-up times, the times shown here are approximations.

Day 5: Chiang Mai - Golden Triangle - Huay Xai

Embark on a full-day exploration of the Golden Triangle region in Indochina. Start by visiting the Long Neck Karen village, home to the long-necked hill tribe people who relocated from the Thai-Myanmar border. If possible, witness a Cock Fighting event near the village.

Continue to Mt. Doi Mae Salong, a Chinese village atop the mountain, and enjoy lunch at a local restaurant.

In the afternoon, head to Doi Tung, the highest peak on the Thai-Myanmar border, passing Lahu and Akha villages and terraced farms. Visit Doi Tung temple, dating back to A.D. 1493, for stunning views and unique architecture. Then, transfer to the Huay Xai border gate to enter Laos and meet a local guide for your hotel or homestay transfer.

Overnight in Huay Xai.

Day 6: Embark The Luang Say Cruise - Pakbeng

Depart from Huay Xai at 9:30 AM, an important border crossing with Thailand. Enjoy a one-hour journey along the river, with a stop at a traditional village to witness rural life and craftsmanship. Lunch is served buffet-style on board. 

Arrive at Luang Say Lodge near Pakbeng before sunset for relaxation and a Laotian dinner with a Mekong River view.

Overnight at Luang Say Lodge.

Day 7: Pakbeng - Pak Ou Cave - Luang Prabang

Depart at 8:00 AM for another day of river exploration with two planned stops en route to Luang Prabang. Enjoy sights of granite cliffs, sandy shores, and visit the hill tribe village of Baw to observe Lao whiskey-making. Lunch is served buffet-style with a variety of fish and meat dishes.

The cruise stops near Pak Ou village to explore the Tam Ting cave, known for housing over 2,500 Buddha statues. The day ends with the arrival in Luang Prabang, the former royal capital of Laos.

Overnight in Luang Prabang.

Day 8: Luang Prabang - Kuang Si Waterfall

Optional Morning Almsgiving & Market Visit: Early risers can watch monks collect alms at dawn, a serene Laotian ceremony. Visit the Morning Market for local ingredients before breakfast.

Explore Kuang Si Waterfall on a half-day excursion. Hike through unpaved trails, pass natural blue pools, and visit the Asian Bear Rescue Center, home to over 20 Asiatic Black Bears.

In the afternoon, visit the Royal Palace, now a National Museum with Royal artifacts. Explore Luang Prabang's famous temples like Wat Xieng Thong and conclude at the Traditional Arts and Ethnology Centre to learn about the culture of ethnic minority groups.

Overnight in Luang Prabang 

Day 9: Luang Prabang - Flight To Siem Reap

This morning, discover Laos' first buffalo dairy farm, learn about their operations and cooperation with local buffalo farmers. Interact with animals, including 'Ferdinand' the buffalo, and enjoy a buffalo milking demonstration showcasing traditional techniques.

Then, take an afternoon flight to Siem Reap. You are welcomed by our guide and transferred to your hotel in the city center for check-in. You will be free for the remainder of the day. 

Overnight in Siem Reap

Day 10: Siem Reap - Angkor Wat

After breakfast, explore Angkor's most beautiful temples. Begin at Angkor Thom with the iconic Bayon Temple's enigmatic faces. Visit the Terrace of the Elephants and the Terrace of the Leper King. Discover the captivating Ta Prohm Temple embraced by massive trees.

In the afternoon, explore the UNESCO-listed Angkor Wat with its impressive bas-reliefs. Finally, visit the 10th-century Pre Rup Temple.

Overnight in Siem Reap. 

Day 11 Siem Reap- Countryside Life & Cook Khmer Dishes

After breakfast at your hotel, you will be transferred to an air-conditioned vehicle and ride to the countryside village (20km, 30-40 minutes from town) where the ox or water buffalo cart awaits you for a ride through sandy and muddy fields in authentic Khmer villages. Your camera should be on while on the cart since you will create a lot of memorable photos and you are welcome to do so. The adventure will give you an opportunity to interact: you will meet a Khmer Chef, who will walk you to visit a family and garden to see the plants which are farmed and relate the story of Cambodian cuisine. The chef will recommend the three best dishes to choose and you will have fun learning to make your own lunch in the private area of the Khmer House. Then, it’s time to enjoy the fruits of your labor.

Overnight in Siem Reap. 

Day 12: Siem Reap - Phnom Penh By Bus

After breakfast, transfer to Phnom Penh by bus (around 6 hour drive). Upon arrival in Phnom Penh, enjoy your own free time.

Overnight in Phnom Penh

Day 13: Phnom Penh City Tour

Morning, we will see the Royal Palace built by King Norodom in 1866, the Silver Pagoda, which owes its name to the floor covered with 5,000 silver tiles, and the National Museum, which boasts the largest collection of Khmer art exhibits. 
In the afternoon, we will focus on the history of Pol Pot and the Khmer Rouge. We will visit the Killing Fields, where over 17,000 people were executed, and we will also visit the Tuol Sleng Museum, where mainly political prisoners were tortured and interrogated. Return to the hotel. 
Overnight in Phnom Penh.
Day 14: Phnom Penh - Departure
Free time on your own until being driven to Phnom Penh airport for your flight back home.