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Budget Friendly Bangkok and Pattaya Holiday Package

7 Days

Overview

Looking for a budget friendly thailand trip then you are at the right place, let’s explore the way to visit Thailand in minium budget:

 

  1. Wat Phra That Doi Suthep

Visit Wat Phra That Doi Suthep, a magnificent temple perched on a mountain and providing breath-taking views of Chiang Mai, to begin your adventure. After taking in the breathtaking building and the ethereal atmosphere, descend the mountain and indulge in some delectable northern Thai food at a neighboring eatery. Savor traditional meals such as pig curry, gaeng hang lay, and khao soi (curry noodle soup). Sai ua is a type of sausage from northern Thailand.

  1. Chiang Mai Night Bazaar

Come and enjoy the colorful environment of the Chiang Mai Night Bazaar, where you can purchase unique clothing, handmade items, and memories. Enjoy your taste buds to a wide range of delicious street food treats as you walk around the busy market stalls. As you delight in the fiery intensity of the night market, eat tempting foods like crunchy spring rolls, grilled meats on skewers, and hot som tam (papaya salad).

  1. Chiang Mai Night Bazaar

Come and enjoy the colorful environment of the Chiang Mai Night Bazaar, where you can purchase unique clothing, handmade items, and memories. Enjoy your taste buds to a wide range of delicious street food treats as you walk around the busy market stalls. As you delight in the fiery intensity of the night market, eat tempting foods like crunchy spring rolls, grilled meats on skewers, and hot som tam (papaya salad).

  1. Doi Inthanon National Park

Visit Doi Inthanon National Park, which has Thailand’s highest mountain, to see the natural beauty of the country away from the city. Wander idly through verdant rainforests, stop at scenic waterfalls, and take in the exotic birds and vibrant orchids. Visit a nearby hill tribe community whenever you’re hungry to sample traditional food cooked over an open fire and receive genuine hospitality from the locals.

  1. Tha Phae Gate and Old City

Explore the historic moats and walls of the Old City, which is focused around Tha Phae Gate, to learn about Chiang Mai’s rich past. Explore winding lanes and antique temples, pausing to take in sites such as Wat Chedi Luang and Wat Phra Singh. Enjoy some local fare from street vendors along the journey, such as khanom krok (coconut pancakes) and sai krok Isan (northern Thai sausage).

  1. Wat Chiang Man

Experience the venerable Wat Chiang Man, which was built when Chiang Mai was founded in 1296. Admire the aged chedi (stupa) and elaborate Lanna-style architecture as you go around the temple grounds. Following that, enroll in a local cooking class to learn how to make authentic northern Thai meals with in-season ingredients. Discover the region’s culinary legacy while taking advantage of practical cooking lessons and tasting your creations.

  1. Mae Sa Valley

Take a beautiful trip to Mae Sa Valley, a charming region renowned for its natural wonders and outdoor activities. An exciting zipline excursion under the jungle canopy is another option, as is touring orchid farms, butterfly gardens, and elephant sanctuaries. After exploring the area for the day, relax with a traditional khantoke dinner, which includes traditional music and dance performances along with a low table serving a range of northern Thai cuisine.

  1. Lanna Folklife Museum

The Lanna Folklife Museum in Chiang Mai is a great place to learn about the distinctive customs and history of northern Thailand. Explore displays that highlight traditional Lanna crafts, architecture, attire, and ceremonies to learn more about the history and culture of the area. After that, visit a local street market to interact with locals and other tourists while savoring local specialties like nam prik num (green chili dip) and khao kan chin (steamed rice with pig).

  1. Doi Suthep-Pui National Park

Doi Suthep-Pui National Park is a large protected area that encircles Wat Phra That Doi Suthep. Explore its natural treasures. Explore hill tribe towns to discover their customs, go on hikes through thick forests, and see rare wildlife. Scoop up a table at a picturesque restaurant perched above Chiang Mai for a spectacular meal that combines delicious northern Thai food with expansive city views.

  1. Artisan Workshops

Visit handicraft workshops and stores in the area to learn about Chiang Mai’s growing arts and crafts culture. Explore the history of traditional crafts including woodcarving, weaving, and ceramics but one and experience outstanding craftspeople as they create beautiful handcrafted goods. After that, treat yourself to a cooking class where you are going to learn how to cook traditional northern Thai foods like gaeng hang lay (pork curry) and khao kan jin (steamed rice with pork).

  1. Wat Umong

Visit the peaceful woodland temple of Wat Umong, which is situated outside of Chiang Mai, to round off your trip. Explore the calm grounds of the temple, which are lined with elaborate sculptures, meditation caves, and old trees. After touring the temple, enjoy some local fare at a street food market nearby. Savor dishes like mango sticky rice, curry noodle soup, and northern Thai sausage while taking in the tranquil atmosphere of the surrounding countryside.

 Don’t wait for a perfect moment to enjoy , just ring a call now and plan a trip as per your wish,

  1. Doi Inthanon National Park

Visit Doi Inthanon National Park, which has Thailand’s highest mountain, to see the natural beauty of the country away from the city. Wander idly through verdant rainforests, stop at scenic waterfalls, and take in the exotic birds and vibrant orchids. Visit a nearby hill tribe community whenever you’re hungry to sample traditional food cooked over an open fire and receive genuine hospitality from the locals.

  1. Tha Phae Gate and Old City

Explore the historic moats and walls of the Old City, which is focused around Tha Phae Gate, to learn about Chiang Mai’s rich past. Explore winding lanes and antique temples, pausing to take in sites such as Wat Chedi Luang and Wat Phra Singh. Enjoy some local fare from street vendors along the journey, such as khanom krok (coconut pancakes) and sai krok Isan (northern Thai sausage).

  1. Wat Chiang Man

Experience the venerable Wat Chiang Man, which was built when Chiang Mai was founded in 1296. Admire the aged chedi (stupa) and elaborate Lanna-style architecture as you go around the temple grounds. Following that, enroll in a local cooking class to learn how to make authentic northern Thai meals with in-season ingredients. Discover the region’s culinary legacy while taking advantage of practical cooking lessons and tasting your creations.

  1. Mae Sa Valley

Take a beautiful trip to Mae Sa Valley, a charming region renowned for its natural wonders and outdoor activities. An exciting zipline excursion under the jungle canopy is another option, as is touring orchid farms, butterfly gardens, and elephant sanctuaries. After exploring the area for the day, relax with a traditional khantoke dinner, which includes traditional music and dance performances along with a low table serving a range of northern Thai cuisine.

  1. Lanna Folklife Museum

The Lanna Folklife Museum in Chiang Mai is a great place to learn about the distinctive customs and history of northern Thailand. Explore displays that highlight traditional Lanna crafts, architecture, attire, and ceremonies to learn more about the history and culture of the area. After that, visit a local street market to interact with locals and other tourists while savoring local specialties like nam prik num (green chili dip) and khao kan chin (steamed rice with pig).

  1. Doi Suthep-Pui National Park

Doi Suthep-Pui National Park is a large protected area that encircles Wat Phra That Doi Suthep. Explore its natural treasures. Explore hill tribe towns to discover their customs, go on hikes through thick forests, and see rare wildlife. Scoop up a table at a picturesque restaurant perched above Chiang Mai for a spectacular meal that combines delicious northern Thai food with expansive city views.

  1. Artisan Workshops

Visit handicraft workshops and stores in the area to learn about Chiang Mai’s growing arts and crafts culture. Explore the history of traditional crafts including woodcarving, weaving, and ceramics but one and experience outstanding craftspeople as they create beautiful handcrafted goods. After that, treat yourself to a cooking class where you are going to learn how to cook traditional northern Thai foods like gaeng hang lay (pork curry) and khao kan jin (steamed rice with pork).

  1. Wat Umong

Visit the peaceful woodland temple of Wat Umong, which is situated outside of Chiang Mai, to round off your trip. Explore the calm grounds of the temple, which are lined with elaborate sculptures, meditation caves, and old trees. After touring the temple, enjoy some local fare at a street food market nearby. Savor dishes like mango sticky rice, curry noodle soup, and northern Thai sausage while taking in the tranquil atmosphere of the surrounding countryside.

 Don’t wait for a perfect moment to enjoy , just ring a call now and plan a trip as per your wish,

Highlights

  • Trek to the world-famous Everest Base Camp
  • Enjoy the amazing view of the Himalayas from Kala Patthar
  • Travel through the Sherpa villages of Namche, Khumjung, Khunde, and Dingboche
  • Visit Tengboche the biggest and oldest monastery n the region.

Itinerary

Arrive at Tribhuwan International Airport, Kathmandu, you are welcomed by the team and then you will be transferred to your hotel. This trail goes through Ghorepani Poon Hill. Normally, the trek starts like Pokhara to Nayapul and ends like Phedi to Pokhara. While early travel tended to be slower, more dangerous, and more dominated by trade and migration, cultural and technological advances over many years have tended to mean that travel has become easier and more accessible. The evolution of technology in such diverse fields as horse tack and bullet trains has contributed to this trend.

While early travel tended to be slower, more dangerous, and more dominated by trade and migration, cultural and technological advances over many years have tended to mean that travel has become easier and more accessible. The evolution of technology in such diverse fields as horse tack and bullet trains has contributed to this trend.

The Palace of Fifty five Windows: This magnificent palace was built during the reign of King Yakshya Malla in A.D. 1427 and was subsequently remodeled by King Bhupatindra Malla in the seventeenth century. Among the brick walls with their gracious setting and sculptural design, is a balcony with Fifty five Windows, considered to be a unique masterpiece of woodcarving.

Far far away, behind the word mountains, far from the countries Vokalia and Consonantia, there live the blind texts.

Separated they live in Bookmarksgrove right at the coast of the Semantics, a large language ocean. A small river named Duden flows by their place and supplies it with the necessary regelialia.

Even the all-powerful Pointing has no control about the blind texts it is an almost unorthographic life One day however a small line of blind text by the name of  Dan decided to leave for the far World of Grammar.

The Big Oxmox advised her not to do so because there were thousands of bad Commas, wild Question Marks and devious Semikoli, but the Little Blind Text didn’t listen.

When she reached the first hills of the Italic Mountains, she had a last view back on the skyline of her hometown Bookmarksgrove, the headline of Alphabet Village and the subline of her own road, the Line Lane. Pityful a rethoric question ran over her cheek.

Cost

The Cost Includes

  • Pick-up or Drop-off service from and to Airport(in our own vehicle)
  • Transportation to and from!!
  • Food all along the trip(Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner and a cup of coffee or tea) and accommodations during the trip in hotels with family environment
  • Transportation, food, accommodation and insurance of Guide during the trip
  • Down jacket, all-season sleeping bag, duffel bag and trekking map(in case if you don’t have your own. Down jacket, sleeping bag and duffel bag must be returned after completion of the trip)
  • First Aid Medical Kit(Your guide will carry the Medical Kit but we also advise to bring yourself for your own use, as far as possible)
  • All the required permits and paperwork

The Cost Excludes

  • International Airfare
  • Visa Charges
  • Hotel Expenses(In Kathmandu, some packages do include hotel expenses)
  • Your travel and medical insurance
  • Personal Expenses such as shopping, bar bills, hot shower, telephone, laundry, titbits etc
  • Food and accommodations in Kathmandu
  • Services not mentioned or not promised by the agent/agency
  • Emergency expenses such as expenses on chartered helicopter.

FAQs

How fit do I need to be to do this trek?

Annapurna Base Camp is a Grade B or a moderately difficult trekking route. So any fit person can do this trek, even if you do not have any previous experience. You should be aware of what to expect and mentally prepare for it. Then, as long as you will too, you can.

How long do we walk every day when doing Annapurna Base Camp trekking?

On average, you walk about 4 to 6 hours per day. One or two days can be as less as 3hrs and one or two days can be as long as 7hrs.

What is the highest altitude reached in this trek?

The highest altitude reached is 4190m. This is the elevation of Annapurna Base Camp. ABC is the highest we will climb in this trek.

What about battery charging and hot shower facilities?

Yes, you can charge batteries en route. Charger should be brought. There are hot shower facilities as well. You may have to pay a certain amount for both ($1-$2). Negotiate. Also, a hot water facility could be free at a lower elevation.

Are there ATMs on the way to Annapurna Base Camp?

No. There are no ATMs on this trek route. You will have to draw enough cash in Pokhara or Kathmandu. There are a number of ATMs in these cities. Everything is paid in Nepali rupees. So money should be exchanged before the start of the trek.

What about internet access?

Yes. The Internet can be accessed in most places. Sometimes, there might be some technical problems. The Internet in Nepal is not as fast as you are used to and at times you can just lose connection.

Is it necessary to hire Guides/trekking agency for Annapurna Base Camp trekking?

Not really. It depends on you. If you want, ABC trekking can be done independently. You could hire a guide and a porter by yourself instead of going through an agency or not hire a guide at all. Although, not having a guide can be a little problematic during the offseason.

It really depends on you. Is it your first time in Nepal? How confident are you of being able to find your way around? How pressed on time are you? If you go through an agency, it will be costlier but everything will be planned. You will only have to come, trek and return.

How much do guides and porters cost?

For the Annapurna region, pay for guides range from $20 to $30 per day and porters take $15 to $25 per day.

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