Set out for the Golden Triangle area where the mighty Mekong and Ruak Rivers create a border separating Thailand, Myanmar, and Laos.

Enjoy a boat trip on the Mekong and take in the scenic views of locals going about their daily lives, before reaching Chiang Saen. Explore the ruins of this city, which was abandoned for 100 years – at the Chiang Saen National Museum, browse its many exhibitions. Lastly, head toward the majestic Wat Pa Sak, a historic Buddhist temple that dates back to the 14th century and overlooks the Mekong River.

Destination Thailand
City Chiang Mai
Departure Location Hotel
Duration 4 hours

Tour Schedule

Tour Dates Departs Daily

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