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Golden Triangle Experience

  • 3 Days
  • No minimum age
  • Nature
  • Culture

Northern Thailand at its most beautiful. This trip will show the areas to the north of Chiang Mai close to the Burmese border, the mountain views are spectacular and the people live a simple life of growing crops and trade. You will visit Chiang Dao caves, take a boat trip in a longtail boat, visit Chiang Rai and the finale is the (in)famous Golden Triangle where Laos, Myanmar, and Thailand meet. This area had a reputation for its opium production in the past. A great experience.

Group Size

Minimum 2 people


Car or minivan


2 People฿14,500/PP
3 People฿10,500/PP
4 People฿8,500/PP
5 People฿7,500/PP

Price Includes

  • All transfers
  • English speaking guide
  • Accommodation and all meals
  • Entry fees

Price Excludes

  • Personal expenses


Chiang Rai – Homestay Chiang Rai
Mae Salong – Hill Top Home

How to book

Enter your details, select your travel date, number of participants and extension choice in the booking enquiry form, then click Next Step. Any additional information you want to share (number of kids and adults) can be added in the Additional Notes field on the second page of the booking enquiry form.

Solo travellers, please check the FAQ section of this tour.


Day 1Chiang Rai

The tour starts with a drive to the north of Chiang Mai to visit the Chiang Dao Caves. From here we drive to Tha Ton toward the provincial border between Chiang Mai and Chiang Rai. Here we will see a big Buddha statue on top of a mountain. Next, we take a longtail boat to travel the Kok river for about 3 hours towards Chiang Rai, where we spend the night.

Day 2Mae Salong

We continue to Doi Mae Salong, an almost complete Chinese village in the mountains north of Chiang Rai. When the People’s Republic of China was established in 1949, the Kuomintang led by Chiang Kai Shek had to flee. Most of them went to Taiwan but a small group fled to Thailand and these are the remnants and descendants. We visit the local market and we taste the famous Oolong tea. Next stop, Doi Tung to visit the Royal Project. The grandmother of the present king established a project for the hill tribe people who used to grow opium. They were stimulated to grow vegetables and flowers and you can see the beautiful Mae Fah Luang flower garden and it’s surroundings as a result. We will spend the night in the most northern province of Thailand.

Day 3Golden Triangle

We drive to the Burmese border at Mae Sai, at the Burmese border. There is a very interesting market over here with many products from Burma and China. You can cross the border to catch a glimpse of the Burmese life. Then to the infamous Golden Triangle on the Mekong river. From the viewpoint, you can see how Thailand, Laos, and Burma converge here. Via the old city of Chiang Saen with its ruins and a stop at hot springs, we return to Chiang Mai. Here ends your tour, you have the option to take the night train or evening flight to Bangkok or stay longer in Chiang Mai or you can extend your holiday in a different way, all up to you.


Frequently asked questions

I'm a solo traveller, can I book this tour?

Please use the enquiry form if you are a solo traveller. We will get in touch with you to see if/how we can arrange it.

Does this tour include airfare?

Included transfers, air or otherwise are listed within the tour details. The tour does not include any international airfare. We can help you book the cheapest flights.

Is it possible to make adjustments to the itinerary of this tour?

Please put any questions or adjustments you would like as a remark in the ‘notes’ section of the booking enquiry form. We will get in touch with you to see if/how we can arrange it.

More questions?

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