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Bangkok, Umphang & Chiang Mai Explorer - 14 Days

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Ignite your senses in Bangkok' backstreets and explore the city. Venture deep into the jungle in a remote corner of Thailand and finish off in laidback, charming and cultural Chiang Mai. Soft landing in Bangkok and explore the backwaters of this bustling metropolis. Head towards UNESCO certified Umphang for a trek deep into the jungle. Sail past limestone cliffs, waterfalls and wild orchids, and swim in Southeast Asia's largest waterfall, Tee Lor Su. Stay in a local Karen Village and get close to the majestic elephants. Flow onwards to Chiang Mai where a handful of fine explorations awaits, cook a fine range of local Thai dishes and zipline through the jungle canopy. At end enjoy the bike ride through the Backstreets of the city.

Included: Meals: 12 x breakfast, 6 x lunch and 5 x dinner
Accommodation: 1 night in second class sleeper train or bus
4 nights in shared 2 or 4 bed dorm room with A/C and shared bathroom/toilet at Eco Resort Chiang Mai (booking will be on request)
1 night in Aircon Night Bus
2 nights in local guest house in Umphang & Mae Sot
1 night in tent
1 night in local home stay in Umphang
3 nights in Backpackit Air Con Room at New Road Guest House in Bangkok
Transport: Transfer to and from Umphang with local transportation, train from Chiang Mai to Bangkok, pick up from hotel to bike tour, cooking course and ziplining in Chiang Mai, transfer to airport.
English speaking tour guide: English speaking guide during Umphang trekking, night bike ride, cooking course, ziplining, backwaters of Bangkok and bike trip in Bangkok. Drivers may speak limited English.
Not included: · Drinks
· Tips to the guides
· Transfer to and from Art of Paradise and Massage in Chiang Mai and Bike tour in Bangkok
· Transfers to and from hotels and airport unless described in the itinerary
· Tours and activities not mentioned in the itinerary
· All other expenses not stated as included in the above

· Bangkok urban spaces
· Swim in amazing Tee Lor Su Waterfall and stay overnight in local villages.
· Great alternative to the well-trotted trails in Northern Thailand.
· Cook your favourite Thai dishes with a fun and experienced local chef
· Get closer the sky, ziplining in the treetops of the jungle
· Go on two wheels through slum, fresh markets and green areas in Bangkok

  • Day 1: Transfer from Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK) to Hotel in Bangkok

    Ensure a soft landing and kill that jet lag as quickly as possible. Go Beyond Asia's arrival package will take you directly from the airport to your hotel. Relax a few nights in our accommodations and get inspired during our information meeting.
    New Road Guest House has a very central and convenient location - 5 min. walk from the Skytrain, 3 km from China Town and 15 minutes taxi drive from all the popular shopping places. Our guest house is a place with great atmosphere and home like surroundings. In the middle of hectic Bangkok you will find this nice hotel which is very popular among travelers all over the world. Next to the lobby you will find our Service Center that can provide you free travel advice from experienced European and local staff.
    The lobby, cafe area and most rooms just went through a comprehensive renovation leaving the guesthouse new and fresh. Despite the new interior the guesthouse have kept budget rates with prices and rooms for everyone

    Overnight: New Road Guest House in Backpackit Air Con Room. (-)

  • Day 2: Urban Bangkok Explorations – Bike tour

    Breakfast will be served from 07.00 in the restaurant at New Road Guest House.
    09.00 You will have to be ready to leave New Road Guest House to join the Bangkok Bike trip. The tour begins on Sukhumvit Road, soi 26 at 10:00 (For detailed directions, ask the Travel Advisor).
    This bike tour takes you backstage for an unforgettable Bangkok experience. Explore on two wheels the narrow alleys of ??Little Chinatown', fresh food markets and working class neighborhoods. Discover the idyllic charm of Bangkok life across the Chao Praya river, where you will traverse orchards of jack fruit, dragon fruit, palm trees and more from the vantage point of elevated pathways. The surroundings here are green; the air fresh and clear. Return home with pictures and stories that few other tourists can.
    The evening is at Leisure – ask the Travel Advisor for recommendations for good restaurants.

    Overnight: New Road Guest House in Bangkok in Backpackit Air Con Room. (B, L)

  • Day 3: Explore the Backwaters of Bangkok and flow towards Mae Sot

    Breakfast will be served from 07.00 in the restaurant at New Road Guest House. This morning the tour starts at New Road Guest House at 9.00 hrs, where you will meet up with the guide, who takes you to the nearby pier to board our long tail boat. From here you'll move down the Chao Phraya the main river in Bangkok, with amazing backdrop views of the Bangkok skyline, before making a turn to enter the klongs.
    You will pass a range of local wooden stilt houses with clothes hanging to be dried in the sun, a local "7 eleven", klong style. Feel the atmosphere of having entered the klongs.
    You will hear Thai music being played from the houses, you will see birds looking at the trespassing boats, if you are lucky you will spot one of the sunbathing lizards.
    The first stop is at the temple Wat Khun Chan where you will be inspired by the postmodern temples on one side of the klongs and the feeling of old days on the other with the beauty of the river crossing through the landscape. From there it's onwards to the artist place, with old wooden walkways with artists, an old barber shop, an old grocery, vintage posters, colors of freedom, and a small stupa licking the sunlight. Feel the quietness surrounding this place.
    You will continue to the orchid farm where your guide will share his thorough knowledge about the orchids and how to make a lunch pack with materials found in the nature – a quite amazing place. A stop will be made where you can feed holy Catfish. It's a remarkable sight when hundreds of fish come to the surface seemingly out of nowhere!
    Upon leaving the klongs you will see several houses on stilts and how locals live in small houses on the river. Then we leave the quietness and get back to noisy, Chao Phraya river and the majestic grand palace. The trip ends at pier 9 (the Grand Palace pier). From here you can visit the temples on your own, continue to the shopping malls or take the public ferry and sail back to New Road Guest House.
    The afternoon is free for your disposal. You will have the possibility to pack your bag for the trekking trip at and take a shower before you will meet at New Road Guest House around 20.00 (please ask the service guide about the exact time the day before). From here you will go by car to the bus terminal and onwards with a Aircon Night Bus from Bangkok to Mae Sot. A guide/driver will take you to the bus station and make sure you get on the correct bus but he will not join. Upon arrival in Mae Sot a new guide will wait for you at the bus station.

    Overnight: Aircon Night Bus from Bangkok to Mae Sot (Umphang). (B)

  • Day 4: Mae Sot to Umphang – Border town ambience and by winding roads to Umphang In Mae Sot our local staff picks you up.

    You will have the opportunity to sleep in Mr. Lar's Resthouse for a couple of hours (expect basic shared accommodation). After breakfast you will be taken to on a short ride to the Thai-Burmese border market at the river Moi.
    After lunch you go by public Songthaew (half open pick up truck) to Umphang. It is a beautiful 4-hour ride through the mountains with more than 1,000 turns in the road (if you suffer from motion sickness you might contemplate to take medication to avoid feeling nauseous). Accommodation for the night will be in basic huts/houses. You may leave some of your belongings in Mae Sot or here in order to lighten your load for the trekking ahead. You can collect it again on day 6.

    Overnight: Basic hut in Umphang. (B, L, D)

  • Day 5: Umphang – Rafting and trekking past limestone cliffs; through the dense jungle and bamboo forest After breakfast the easy rafting takes you on the narrow Mae Klong River through the forests cape.

    From the riverside there are three-four hours of fine trekking to the camp area in Umphang Wildlife Sanctuary where your guides will pitch tents and cook dinner.

    Overnight: Tent camp in Umphang. (B, L, D)

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Child age: upto 10 years old Child price: Refer to rates This tour is not recommended for: children below 10 years. Please be aware of: · Trekking: Regardless of age, please carefully contemplate if your child is fit for trekking in the Umphang jungle. We cannot guarantee that the guide or the group can accommodate special needs, and it will be your responsibility as parent to support the child. · Ziplining: Children should be more than 30 kilos · Cooking: Children should be 10 years or older available to their own cooking station.


1 night in VIP night bus
2 nights in local guest house in Umphang & Mae Sot
1 night in tent
1 night in local home stay in Umphang
1 night in second class sleeper train or bus
4 nights in shared 2 or 4 bed dorm room with A/C and shared bathroom/toilet in Chiang Mai
3 nights in Backpackit Air Con Room in Bangkok


Car/Mini vans for pickup for different excursions

Bamboo rafts

Second class sleeper train




All year
Expect rain during the rainy season which normally runs from May to Oct. This is, however, also the season where the surroundings are most lush and colorful. Nov – Feb is the cool season while Mar – May is considered the hot season.
The water level in the lake at Khao Laem is seasonal and can at times be very low.

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Bangkok, Umphang, Mae Sot, Chiang Mai

Mosquito spray, sun spray, sports shoes or trekking sandals & camera