Tour Code : PVT 051



Visit Doi Suthep Temple in the late afternoon, Monk chanting, Flower Market


-Depart from your hotel around 4.30 pm and heading to Doi Suthep Temple in the late afternoon less people and stay blessing for the monks chanting aftet that you can also see the Chiang Mai night life from the temple view point too.
Doi Suthep Temple is the most important and recognizable temple in Chiang Mai. It is the temple you see above the city. Doi = mountain and wat = temple. The wat is near the top of the mountain. There is a 306 step stairway between 2 depictions of serpants. The golden pagoda was built in the14 century to enshrine a piece of relic; the Lord Buddha’s shoulder bone. This was done by a ceremony where a special white elephant made the decision of the place where the pagoda would be built. There is a mural painting that depicts the history of Buddha’s life. You can also see a panoramic view of the city with the opportunity to take numerous photos. Also, at the outer edge of the temple grounds is a stunning view of Muang (city) Chiang Mai.
For those unable to climb the stairway, the is a small fee for a cable car to the top.
-Drive down the hill heading to the Flower Market near the Ping River, there are many flowers.We will walk around the market and we also can see the beautiful view along the Ping River.
-Finish a wonderful trip and we will drive you back to your hotel around 8.30 pm.

Tour Price: 1500 baht/person
Minimum 2 persons
One person private tour= 2250 baht
3-5 persons =1300 baht / person
More than 5 persons =1000 baht /person
***** Private Tour.

Tour Includes:

-Van or SUV car (5-7 seats)
-English Speaking Tour Guide
-Entrance fee for the temple/cable ticket
-Bottled Water
-Refreshing Towels
-Accident Insurance

Tour Excludes:

-Optional side tours
-winding mountain road may call for dramamine
-Tip for guide and driver which is always appreciated

Things to bring:

-Sun lotion
-Insect Lotion
-Hat and Sunglasses
-Personal Medication


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