There is no simple way to describe the wealth of opportunity that Asia travel offers the adventure seeker. Markets and bazaars, souks and stupas, ancient ruins constructed by grand civilizations long gone, modern cities and villages where life goes on much as it has for centuries. From the hustle and bustle of Bangkok, Delhi, Beijing, Amman and Kathmandu to the overwhelming immensity of the Himalayas, an Asia tour provides the traveller with as much to marvel at as Marco Polo and the explorers of old. Whether you're looking to cross Mongolia, follow the Silk Road to China, trek to Everest base camp, explore Tibet, visit Vietnam or island hop in southern Thailand, Asia is waiting to entrance you.
Chiang Mai & the Golden Triangle (TATGTC)
Visit the fascinating city of Chiang Mai, a thriving metropolis with many points of interest to visitors and a less hectic alternative to the capital. Explore ancient temples, ride on top of a gentle elephant and delve into Thai culture and traditions in lush, mountainous scenery. Visit indigenous hilltribe communities for a glimpse into traditional life, and then venture by boat to the threshold of three different countries—the Golden Triangle—where the borders of Thailand, Burma (Myanmar) and Laos meet.
Highlights: Get up-close and personal with majestic elephant at a conservation centre, delight in Chiang Mai with a khantoke dinner, seek enlightenment at the temple of Doi Suthep, marvel at the mysteries of Chiang Rai, explore local hilltribe villages
MyGuide Bangkok (TATMGB)
There for you. There is no better way to explore a destination than with your own guide. MyGuide is perfect for those looking for the knowledge and security offered by one of our CEOs (Chief Experience Officers). Build your own itinerary based on your interests and according to your own schedule. You can enjoy services of one of our CEOs up to a maximum of eight hours.
Highlights: The day is yours, but some highlights in Bangkok include The Grand Palace & Wat Prakeaw, Chinatown (Yaowarat), Wat Arun, Wat Pho, Chao Phraya River & Waterways, Jim Thompson’s House, Bangkok National Museum, and Pratunam Market.