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11-Day Thailand Tour to Bangkok, Ayutthaya, Chiang Rai, Chiang Mai, Phuket
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11-Day Thailand Tour to Bangkok, Ayutthaya, Chiang Rai, Chiang Mai, Phuket

This is a Thailand discovery ideal tour including the bustle of Bangkok, the cultural oasis of Ayutthaya, the picturesque Chiang Mai, and the sunshine fun of Phuket. Let’s experience these beautiful places and ancient temples that Thailand is renowned for.
$2,881.03 per adult
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Trent R wrote a review Oct 2019
Lakewood, Ohio79 contributions10 helpful votes
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Once you have passed through the market, where you can grab some roasted chestnuts or fresh fruit, you will need to climb a substantial Naga staircase to this temple. At the top, the temple, while not the grandest, is beautiful and houses a unique giant scorpion statue and boasts a wonderful view across the Myanmar border.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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CarlaColumna123 wrote a review Feb 2019
Cologne, Germany1,507 contributions497 helpful votes
Doi Wao & Wat Thamphajoen are beautifully colored and known for its famous statues and monuments. My highlight was the black large scorpion!
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Date of experience: February 2019
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Jade wrote a review Sep 2018
18 contributions4 helpful votes
The temple located on the centre of Maesai shopping area near Pilice Station .It is very easy to go border market only 300metres . If you love Thailand and Thai culture please do not forget to come here . On the high level it also has King Narasuan #Prasuphan Kanlaya Princess statues as well.Good view .
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Date of experience: September 2018
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Kathryn D wrote a review May 2018
Edinburgh, United Kingdom1,124 contributions346 helpful votes
Lovely to come here after the noise of people and traffic around The Golden Triangle. Such a tranquil place - with beautiful temples and great views.
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Date of experience: April 2018
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Dan K wrote a review Mar 2018
The Hague, The Netherlands5,280 contributions310 helpful votes
The thing is, if you spend some time in Thailand, you will see a lot of temples. At first, you're amazed by just the mere fact of seeing a temple. The architecture being so different from the western architecture we know (assuming you're a westerner). At second, you might get a bit 'satisfied' with temples. Having seen one, you may have seen them al? But wait, then there is Doi Wao & Wat Thamphajoen on top of the scorpion mountain. After a gruesome climb, you reach the top and are treated with beautiful buidlins and a stunning view on the Thai - Myanmar border. Also located in the temple cmplex, is Paichayon Castle. There you will find relics that worship the Hundu god Indra. Interesting fact: the mountain is called scorpion mountain, because there used to be a lot of scorpions on it. I've seen a lot of temples, but this one sure is one I will remember!
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Date of experience: March 2018
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