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One Day at Mae Sai & Doi Tung Chiang Rai - Doi Tung Royal Villa & more

Experience a slice of royal grandeur on a tour of the swiss-inspired Chalet built by the late Princess Mother. The surrounding gardens are full of blooms and plants not found anywhere else in Thailand.
  • Departure: Chiang Rai
  • Type:
  • Duration: Approximately 8 hours
  • Meeting time: Approximately 08:30
  • Meeting point: At your hotel lobby
Highlights
  • Climb the Doi Tung peak
  • View the incredible twin Chedis of Doi Tung
  • Admire ancient Thai architecture
  • Look at the lovely gardens
  • Learn about the Princess Mother on a visit to the Winter Palace
  • Learn about royal history
Tour Options
Pick up
The pick-up time at your hotel varies based on your hotel location and traffic.Pick up and drop off service is available for hotel in city center. If you are not sure where your hotel is please put exact name of your hotel and our team will get back to you with a suggestion.Guests stay outside of city center will be advised an additional surcharge subject to distance. This surcharge is to pay on spot to a tour guide or driver.
General
The itinerary might be subject to possibly change due to weather local conditions without a notice in advance.
Includes
  • Driver
  • Vehicle
  • Gas
  • Lunch
  • Insurance
  • Guide (English)
Excludes
  • Tips
  • Other expense

What are some cool things to do in Chiang Rai? Explore Doi Tung Royal Villa, Thai Myanmar Border & more

Beloved by the royal family, Doi Tung is the highest peak on the Thai-Burmese border. The late Princess Mother built a swiss inspired chalet on top of the mountain in homage to the alps. You will experience a slice of royal grandeur on a tour of the remaining palace and its stunning gardens full of blooms and plants not found anywhere else in Thailand. The twin Chedis of the Doi Tung Temple are lovely landmarks along the way, giving the complete essence of ancient Thai architecture. The day is brought to a close with a tour of the bordering town of Mae Sai, where interesting, active markets line the streets.