Welcome dinner at Hotel or nearby Restaurant Riverside.
A nice town with plenty of activities .
Phayao to Nan is filled with excitement and curvy roads and nice relaxing spots. Plenty of time to relax when arriving in Nan
Phrae to Nan is a road that leads through the national park of LAM NA NAN and a nice overlook of Lake Sirikit .The dusty road is adventures and a place to take it slow. Beautiful photo stops. .Crossing the lake with the ferry and off we go again on the road to Nan .
Chiang Klang to Chiang Khong is all about a nice ride and plenty of beauty .Driving along Mountains and forests with a wonderful view. Temple Wat Pha Lat Riding along Mekong River and visits near by Laos.
Chiang Khong to Tha Ton.Mekong Riverand promenade visit and driving along Myanmar Border. Mountain range with gorgeous views. coffee lunch stop at PhaHee mountain village .Tea village with little Switzerland town.
An evening to sit together and dance the night away .....
Wiang Haeng back to Chiang Mai where our journey started.
Still a wonderful scenic ride ahead of us, with more stops to capture the fantastic sites , while cruising back to town for Our Farewell Dinner....and a party deep in to the night. A warm goodby and congratulating to each-other for completing this amazing journey together.
Chiang Mai to Phayao on a beautiful road with nice stops and scenery with pictures moments.Good day to adjust to climate and environment. WIth an average of 230 km riding a day , our goal is to arrive at the hotel before sunset.
Nan to Phrae road includes a nice coffee stop in the village of Nam Muap. Great place for nice photos and to stretch our legs.
Nan to Chiang Klang will lead us in and around villages of friendly people. A nice stretch with special surprise of scenery all the way.Friendly town to meet up with local friends to enjoy authentic dishes and warm hospitality.
Time to realax and be connected with nature .
Chiang Khong Day off by the pool and in a peaceful surrounding near the border of Laos. Lunch Option on the Mekong river and also short bike rides offered . A place to connect with people and to visit sites of interest .Elephant ride and museum visit with more options
Tha Ton to Wiang Haeng , Known for mountain roads and lots of culture iPeaceful scenery. Every day riding of approx 230 km is exciting and filled with exploring the never ending beauty of Northern Thailand .Doing Ang Khang spectacluler ride and resting by the Royal Agricultural Station
Good morning and good by until we see each other again.We are still Happy to assist with further travel arrangements .Please let us now .
Plenty of great places for shopping or to just have a nice Espresso .
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How to get to Chiang Mai?
Northern Thailand town of Chiang Mai is connected by regular flights to and from Bangkok.
Chiang Mai by air:
Approx. 10-12 daily flights by Thai International (TG) and by Bangkok Airways (PG) connect Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK) directly with Chiang Mai and vice versa. Budget carrier Nok Air (DD), a subsidiary airline of Thai International, offers several daily flights out of Don Mueang Airport (DMK). Flying time Bangkok–Chiang Mai or v.v. is 1 hour. Domestically there is a direct flight from Chiang Mai to Phuket and Chiang Mai to Koh Samui one time per day. In the North, local flights are operated by SGA Airline between Chiang Mai and Chiang Rai, Pai and Mae Hong Son. Internationally Chiang Mai is connected with Singapore, Kuala Lumpur and Luang Prabang (Laos).
By road and train:
Chiang Mai can be reached by road (travel time approx. 9 hours) and by train (1st and 2nd class sleeper carriages are in service on overnight trains between Bangkok and Chiang Mai resp. v.v.) or bus from Bangkok. Chiang Rai has no railway connection and the nearest train station is Chiang Mai. Chiang Mai is the major gateway to the North. From here tour itineraries can be expanded to the “Far North” of the country: To Chiang Rai further to the Northeast; from where border crossings to Laos and Myanmar are possible; or towards the northwestern corner of Thailand to the small towns of Mae Hong Son and Pai, known for their laid-back atmosphere amidst largely unspoiled natural surroundings.
The province of Chiang Mai is situated approximately 700km north of Bangkok. Here you will discover a landscape of forested hills and idyllic river valleys, while the city of Chiang Mai displays a distinct culture arising from a long and separate history. At the same time, deluxe hotels and mountain resorts provide all modern comforts. The city of Chiang Mai is pleasantly situated on the banks of the Ping River and is one of the most popular tourist destinations of Thailand holding a treasure trove of ancient temples.
One of many stops is;
Chiang Khong, located on the Thai side of the Mekong River and about 1- ½ hour drive from Chiang Rai has become one of the most popular entry points into Laos as word got around about the pleasures of taking a journey from here down the Mekong River to the old Lao capital of Luang Prabang (Laos tourist visa is available on spot).
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