FIT 10 Days Tailormade Thailand

Delve into the Heart of Thailand: Landmarks, Traditional Crafts, and Natural Wonders with Local Experts and an Option for Beachside Serenity

Our 10-day program in Thailand explores this famous land of smiles including landmarks, palaces, temples and local experiences. Enjoy every day with our expert local guides in the main cities: Bangkok, Ayutthaya, Sukhothai, Lampang and Chiang Mai. You can also extend your trip to beautiful beaches in South Thailand. 


  • Experience Thai silk traditional weaving in a local village in Sukhothai 
  • Discover Chiang Mai Old town by local transport (tuk-tuk) 
  • Visit one of the most famous national parks in Thailand: Doi Inthanon national park (Chiang Mai). 

Why choose this tour

  • Cultural immersion: Experience Thailand’s rich cultural heritage through guided tours of temples, historical sites, and traditional craft centers.
  • Diverse experiences: From bustling markets to tranquil national parks, the itinerary offers a diverse range of experiences catering to different interests.
  • Hands-on activities: Engage in activities such as amulet-making workshops and traditional weaving demonstrations, providing insight into local craftsmanship.
  • Personalized tours: Benefit from the expertise of local guides who offer personalized insights into the history, culture, and significance of each destination.
  • Scenic drives and luxurious accommodations: Enjoy scenic drives between destinations and relax in comfortable accommodations throughout the journey, enhancing the overall travel experience.

What is included in the price?

  • Stay at various hotels throughout Bangkok, Ayutthaya, Sukhothai, Lampang, and Chiang Mai.
  • Meals: Breakfast is provided daily. Additionally, there are lunches and dinners included on specific days as mentioned in the itinerary.
  • Local English-speaking guide for guided tours and excursions.
  • Private airport transfers.
  • Fee Entrance
  • Guidelines for visiting the mentioned destinations in the itinerary.

Comprehensive package of excursions

Tour Plan

DAY 1: Arrive Bangkok

Arrive at Bangkok Airport. Meet your representative and private transfer to hotel in Bangkok. Free time at leisure to explore Bangkok. 

DAY 2: Bangkok - Emerald Buddha - Grand Palace

In the morning, you will meet your guide at the hotel lobby. Your journey begins at the awe-inspiring Temple of the Emerald Buddha. Delve into a mural depicting Buddhist cosmology and find solace in the Buddha's presence. Move on to the Grand Palace, an architectural jewel that served as the royal residence from 1782 to 1925, now an iconic symbol of Thailand.   A short stroll leads to Wat Pho, a temple dating back to the late 17th century, renowned for the colossal Reclining Buddha and its role as a traditional massage school. Immerse yourself in Thai cuisine at a local restaurant for a delightful lunch.   In the afternoon, embark on an adventure on a longtail boat. Cruise down the Chao Phraya River, witnessing wooden stilted houses, ancient temples, and a giant Buddha statue. The boat docks at Wat Arun, the 'Temple of Dawn,' an iconic Buddhist marvel. Ascend the main prang and explore intricately designed pagodas showcasing Thai craftsmanship. 

DAY 3: Day tour and overnight in Ayutthaya

Meet your guide at the hotel lobby and set off to Ayutthaya.  Discover Ayutthaya, the second Siamese capital known for its cultural splendour since 1350. Flourishing as a cosmopolitan and commercial hub from the 14th to the 18th century, Ayutthaya's strategic inland location shielded it from sea-faring attacks.   Begin your day at Wat Yai Chai Mongkhon, a 14th-century Buddhist temple. Climb the main chedi for panoramic views.  Explore the Ayutthaya Historical Park, home to Wat Mahathat, an ancient temple complex housing Buddha's holy relic. Witness the iconic sandstone Buddha head entwined in tree roots.   Lunch at a local restaurant.   Next, visit Wat Phra Si Sanphet, known for its beautiful chedis. Take a clockwise walk, capturing the grandeur of these structures, influencing Bangkok's Wat Phra Kaew.  Continue to Wat Chaiwatthanaram, a 17th-century Buddhist temple with a classic Khmer design, featuring a 35-meter-high prang.  Drive to the hotel, check-in, and enjoy leisure time. Overnight in Ayutthaya. 

DAY 4: Move to Sukhothai province

Breakfast is served in the morning before we leave for the scenic drive to Uthai Thani province.  Your journey visits the Wat Tha Sung, a dazzling "Glass Temple" adorned with mirrored tiles, offering a mesmerizing reflection. A delightful boat ride along the Sakae Krang River, accompanied by a sumptuous lunch, provides a tranquil interlude.  Continue your odyssey to Sukhothai province, where your hotel awaits you for check-in, ushering in an evening of relaxation and leisure. 

DAY 5: Exploring Sukhothai province

Breakfast is served at the hotel.   Awaken to a day filled with cultural immersion and hands-on experiences. Engage in an amulet-making workshop with local artisans, unravelling the significance and craftsmanship behind these revered artefacts. It's recommended to approach the process with respect for the cultural and religious aspects associated with them.  After a delectable lunch, embark on a bicycle tour through Sukhothai Historical Park, a UNESCO World Heritage site. Additionally, explore Noen Prasat, the remnants of the royal palace, and Wat Sis Sawai, one of Sukhothai's oldest temples. Delight in a visit to the Ramkhamhaeng National Museum, established in 1964 by King Rama IX, showcasing a diverse collection of artefacts from Sukhothai, featuring Buddhist and Hindu images, as well as porcelain from the Chinese Yuan, Ming, and Qing dynasties. Admire statues of King Ram Khamhaeng, a symbol of Sukhothai's prosperity.  Continue your cycling journey to Wat Si Chum, the "Temple of the Bodhi Tree," home to a colossal Sukhothai-style Buddha within a covered pavilion called a mondop. Known locally as Phra Anchana, meaning "He who is not frightened," the Buddha's golden right hand stands out against faded colors. 

DAY 6: Lampang

Following breakfast, venture to Si Satchanalai Historical Park for a bike expedition exploring the architectural remnants of the Sukhothai period.  After lunch, you can see traditional Thai weaving techniques in action at Suntree Thai Weaving Center. The Suntree Thai Weaving Center serves as a hub for a community of skilled silk weavers, practicing their craft on vintage wooden looms arranged in a vibrant green courtyard. Here, you can gain insights into age-old weaving methods, from hand-spinning cotton to crafting teen jok fabric and fashioning keychains using a variety of materials.  Embark on a scenic drive to Lampang province, check into your accommodation, and enjoy an evening at your own pace. 

DAY 7: Move to Chiang Mai

After enjoying breakfast at the hotel, experience the region's pottery legacy in Lampang's ceramic museum. The museum displays a wide variety of ceramics, providing insights into the history and artistry of the region's pottery.  Next, visit Wat Phrathat Lampang Luang, an ancient temple revered for its architectural grandeur. A delightful lunch sets the stage for the final leg of your journey, driving to Chiang Mai. Check into your hotel and savour the freedom to explore the city at your leisure. 

DAY 8: Chiang Mai - Wat Phra Singh - Wat Chedi Luang

Meet your guide at your hotel to begin your half-day journey in a tuk-tuk, exploring Chiang Mai's highlights.  Warorot Market, fondly known as Kad Luang, stands as one of Chiang Mai's oldest and liveliest markets. Nestled near the Ping River, this bustling marketplace beckons both locals and tourists to immerse themselves in the vibrant ambience of northern Thai culture.   Wat Phra Singh, a revered Buddhist temple situated in the heart of Chiang Mai, holds paramount religious and historical significance. Recognized as one of the city's most important temples, it features the stunning Viharn Lai Kham, showcasing exquisite Lanna-style architecture.   Another noteworthy Buddhist temple in Chiang Mai, Wat Chedi Luang, boasts impressive architecture and historical significance. The temple's centrepiece, the Chedi Luang (Great Stupa), was initially erected in the 14th century and once stood as the tallest structure in ancient Chiang Mai.   In the afternoon, embark on a journey to Wat Doi Suthep. Nestled atop Doi Suthep, a mountain that overlooks Chiang Mai, Wat Doi Suthep stands as a revered Buddhist temple and one of the most significant and picturesque in northern Thailand. Renowned for its remarkable architecture, intricate details, and a golden chedi (stupa) that enshrines relics of the Buddha, the temple offers a captivating spiritual experience. To reach this sacred site, you can ascend a staircase adorned with beautiful naga (serpent) statues, totaling over 300 steps, or opt for the convenience of a tram. Once at the summit, the temple provides an awe-inspiring panoramic view of Chiang Mai and the surrounding countryside.  Enjoy a delicious Thai Lanna Kantoke dinner with your guide at the hotel in the evening. This unique dining experience represents the traditional Northern Thai culture, seamlessly blending flavorful cuisine with captivating cultural entertainment. Typically hosted in Chiang Mai and its surrounding areas, Kantoke dinners unfold around a low table, aptly named a "kantoke."   

DAY 9: Chiang Mai - Doi Inthanon National Par - Wachirathan Waterfall

Meet your guide at the hotel and embark on a journey to Doi Inthanon National Park.  Nestled in Chiang Mai, Doi Inthanon National Park is a captivating natural sanctuary. It takes its name from Doi Inthanon, the highest peak in the country, towering at an elevation of 2,565 meters (8,415 feet) above sea level. The park is celebrated for its enchanting natural landscapes, diverse flora and fauna, and rich cultural significance. Revel in the awe-inspiring scenery, encompassing verdant forests, cascading waterfalls, and a summit that offers panoramic vistas of the surrounding mountains and valleys.  Throughout the excursion, you'll have the opportunity to visit Wachirathan Waterfall, explore the charming Mae Klang Luang village, and discover pagodas and shrines dedicated to the Thai king and queen, strategically positioned near the summit. These historical sites not only provide insights into Thai royal history but also offer serene spaces for contemplation.  As the day concludes, return to Chiang Mai where you can enjoy free time at your leisure. 

DAY 10: Departure

Breakfast at hotel. Private transfer to Chiang Mai Airport and fly to your next destination.

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