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Thailand (North & Central): 10 days


►Visits to More Night Markets & Nightlife Areas Than Any Other Tour Online!!

►Private Tour Guides & Drivers Every Day, Not Least in Chiang Mai & Bangkok

►Traditional Cooking Class

►2 Floating Markets Explored by Boat

►Ox Cart-Riding While Passing Rice Fields & Farmers

►Zip-Lining in the Tropics

►Guided Bike Tour Around Sukhothai Archaeological Park

►Ancient Sites at Ayutthaya Archaeological Park

►Hiking Through National Parks While Seeing Waterfalls & Animals

►Elephant Viewing & Tiger Viewing

►Rich Culture

►And Much, Much More…

Type of Tour :   Adventure & Sightseeing

Fully Guided?  All tours are almost fully guided.

Although virtually all actives on this multi-day tour are shared with other travelers, we can make the trip almost completely private, per your request.

Are Solo Travelers Welcomed?

Yes & There are No Supplemental Fees for the Tours! 

Dates & Availability for the Next 12 Months. Any Date w/ 7-Day Notice (some exceptions are made)

Prices are subject to changed until booked.


Day 1: A Vibrant Night Bazaar


Our tour starts in Chiang Mai, specifically at 5:00pm. Our tour guide takes us to the famous Chiang Mai Night Bazaar. There we are provided with a guided tour. This market is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Chiang Mai. It consists of countless stalls packed along the sidewalks and spilling out into the street.


Day 2: Zip-Lining & Northern Thailand's Most Famous Market


Today starts with a visit to the Warorot Market (a.k.a. Kad Luang). There we are provided with a guided tour. Warorot is regarded as the largest and most well-known market in the north region of Thailand. Next to Warorot Market is the Ton Lamyai Market, best known for its colorful flowery. After visiting these markets, we go on a day trip to a rainforest called Flight of the Gibbon. There we go zip-lining. Then return to our hotel in Chiang Mai.

Day 3: Waterfalls, Birds & Food Vendors Taking Over the Streets


We are going on another day trip today. We will be taken to Doi Inthanon National Park. There we are provided with a full-day guided tour. Doi Inthanon ranks second among Thailand’s national parks in number of bird species. What’s more, within the park’s borders are several waterfalls. Lunch is included on today’s tour. We should be back in Chiang Mai in the early-evening, specifically at the Chiang Mai Gate Night Food Market. There we are provided with a guided tour. We then return to our hotel.


Day 4: Bamboo-Rafting, Elephants, Tigers & a City Tour


We are going on another day trip today. Firstly, we are taken to the Maetaman Elephant Camp. There we watch an elephant performance. Nearby and next, we go bamboo-rafting. After that, we are taken to the Tiger Kingdom. Next, we are taken to a temple called Wat Phra That Doi Suthep. There we are provided with a guided tour.

In the early-evening, we are taken back to Chiang Mai, specifically to Tha Pae Gate. It is there we start a tour around town. Specifically, we visit Three Kings Monument, then a temple called Wat Chedi Luang and finally Wua Lai Walking Street (only if on a Saturday) or Sunday Walking Street (unsurprisingly, only if on a Sunday).

Day 5: Biking Through an Archaeological Park


With our tour guide from Chiang Mai, we are relocating to Sukhothai, home to one of Thailand’s greatest archaeological parks. There we are provided with a guided tour, best explored on a bicycle. Inside this park, there are 193 ruins, the remains of the royal palace and 26 temples. The park is maintained by the Fine Arts Department of Thailand with the help of UNESCO, which has declared it a World Heritage Site. Each year, the park welcomes thousands of visitors who marvel at the ancient Buddha figures, palace buildings and ruined temples.


Day 6: Bangkok's Grand Palace & Grander Markets & Lebua Hotel’s World-Renowned Sky Bar


We relocate from Sukhothai to Bangkok via a quick and direct flight. The capital of Thailand is popular specifically for its nightlife scene, food market scene and the Grand Palace area. Today in Bangkok we are first provided with a guided tour of the Grand Palace. Next, we are taken to a large, open-air mall called Asiatique The Riverfront. There we have some time to shop around. Afterwards, we head to the Chinatown Market (a.k.a. Yaowarat). There we are provided with a guided tour.

In the later-evening, we are taken to Patpong. It features a busy night market as well as is home to one of the city’s biggest red-light districts. There we are provided with a guided tour. Next, we are taken to Lebua hotel’s Sky Bar, which is located on the nearby Silom Road. This is one of the highest rooftop bars in the world. Also worth mentioning, Sky Bar had a starring role in an internationally acclaimed movie called Hangover 2. The night ends on Khao San Road. This is arguably Bangkok’s best spot for nightlife. Parallel to Khao San Road is Soi Rambuttri, another vibrant street we check out in the nighttime before heading back to our hotel.

Day 7: 2 Floating Markets Explored by Boat, a Train Market & Much More


We are going on a day trip today. Firstly, we are taken to Damnoen Saduak specifically to see its floating market. There we are provided with a guided boat tour followed by a walking tour. Next, we are taken to the Maeklong Railway Market. Whenever a train approaches, the awnings and shopfronts are moved back from the rails. They are put back in place once the train has passed. After that, we will be taken to the nearby Amphawa Floating Market. There we are provided with a guided boat tour.

In the early afternoon, we are taken to the Chatuchak Weekend Market. There we are provided with a guided tour. We hope you will be hungry, as there are a lot of food vendors at this market. Walking distance from the Chatuchak Weekend Market is the Jatujak Green (a.k.a. JJ Green) Market. There we are provided with another guided tour.

Note that today’s excursion may need to be switched to another day because these markets are open usually on the weekends only.


Day 8: Cooking Class, Ox Cart-Riding, Rice Fields, Wildlife & Nightlife


We are going on another day trip today. Firstly, we are taken to Khao Yai National Park. There we are provided with a guided tour. This park is the 3rd largest in Thailand. Inside the park are waterfalls, Asian black bears, Indian elephants, Indian sambar deer, wild pigs and much more. In the mid-afternoon, we are taken to an area called Nakhon Nayok. There we see farmers and rice fields, ride on an ox cart and finally take a cooking class. Dinner is included on today’s tour.

Following dinner, we are taken back to Bangkok, specifically to Ratchadaphisek Road. The whole road is lined with nightclubs and is centered around Royal City Avenue (a.k.a. RCA). This is one of Bangkok’s largest entertainment and clubbing areas. There we are provided with a guided tour. After that, we return to our hotel.

Day 9: An Ancient City & Roads Filled with Restaurants, Cafes, Pubs & Bars


We are going on another day trip today. Firstly, we are taken to Ayutthaya Historical/Archaeological Park. There we are provided with a guided tour. The city of Ayutthaya was founded in 1351. It was captured by the Burmese in 1569. Though not pillaged, Ayutthaya lost many valuable and artistic objects. Ayutthaya was the capital of Thailand until its destruction by the Burmese Army in 1767. In 1969, the Fine Arts Department began renovations of the ruins. These renovations became more of a priority after Ayutthaya was declared a historical park in 1976. A part of the park was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1991.

We leave Ayutthaya late afternoon and are taken back to Bangkok, specifically to a thoroughfare called Sukhumvit Road. In this area, we are provided with a guided tour. Sukhumvit Road features clubs, bars, and famous red-light districts. Due to traffic, we are dropped off near Nana Plaza. After checking it out, we take the Bangkok Mass Transit System (a.k.a. BTS Skytrain) to reach another famous red-light district called Soi Cowboy. The BTS Skytrain is then used to visit Thong Lor (a.k.a. Soi Sukhumvit 55). We are picked up in Thong Lor and are then driven to Ekkamai (a.k.a. Soi Sukhumvit 63). Ekkamai is a road filled with restaurants, cafés, pubs, and bars. We then head back to our hotel.


Day 10: Our Tour Ends This Morning


Transportation will be arranged for you to reach the airport in Bangkok.

This tour can be extended, so you have some free days just to relax. If you have 1 extra day, then we recommend Chiang Mai. If you have 2, then we recommend 1 in Chiang Mai and 1 in Bangkok.

What’s Included


  •   Lodging 

  • Male or Female Tour Guides

  • Tours in English

  • All Ground & Water Transportation

  • All Activities in Itinerary

  • All Entry Fees

  • Your Own On-Call Concierge

  • Breakfasts

  • Lunch x 1

  • Dinner x 1

What’s Excluded


  • Any airfare

  • Alcohol

  • Travel insurance

  • Government-imposed visa fees

  • Any not mentioned in the itinerary.

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Please Note​​​

  • Travel Insurance is required for this tour. You will be asked to provide your Travel insurance information after your booking is confirmed. It must cover cancellations, medical expenses, evacuations, flight loss or delays and 24/7 assistance.​

  • As much as we want for this trip to go exactly as planned, we can't predicted complications that may arise; due to inclement weather and/or closures due to uncontrollable circumstances like Covid-19.  We will do our very best to make onsite scheduling adjustments as needed, but please note that all listed and intended activities are weather permitting.  No refunds will be given if an activity has to be pulled.  Additionally, the tour is listed as a package, and no price adjustments will be given if someone wants to "opt-out" of an included activity​

  • Not liable  to any losses, damages, accidents, injuries, death, or sickness during your trip. The same applies to any changes in trip schedule due to weather, strikes, or any other force majeure. Service providers reserve the right to change routes, schedules, and itineraries if needed because of weather, road conditions or should the necessity arise because of unforeseen reasons or circumstances.

Travel Insurance

We strongly recommend that you protect your investment with travel insurance. Cancellation and interruption insurance covers in case of cancellation due to an insurable reason. We require adequate out of country medical insurance for unforeseen medical emergencies while traveling. The All Inclusive Plan includes emergency and health coverage and cancellation/interruption insurance. The rate for travel insurance is determined by the cost of the tour (can be increased to cover flights and other extras), the length of travel and your age.​

   Terms & Conditions

It is the responsibility of the passengers to verify documentation requirements directly with the embassy or consulate of the country of travel. Customs and/or immigration officials can deny a person entry into their country at their own discretion. We strongly recommend traveling with a passport that is valid for at least 6 months beyond your return date. Please be aware that different living standards and practices exist outside of North America including but not limited to provisions of utilities, accommodations and services of all kinds.

One Who Loves Travel cannot be held responsible for any errors, omissions or mistakes in this form. Your reservation is subject to the rules and conditions of the tour operator

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