Unlimited Flights & Tours Presents Glatt Kosher Tours to Thailand

Thailand is a country of wonder and enchantment. When you are there you never want to leave and when you leave you yearn to be back in that place where smiles are infectious and massages plentiful. The city of Bangkok is an adventure unto itself. Its many temples and museums will enchant. See the Emerald Buddha and head to the Floating Market. Follow with escapes outside the city into the wonder of the Kingdom of Thailand. A short flight brings us to rural northern reaches near Chiang Mai and Chang Rai, which welcomes you with an eclectic blend of history, culture, soft adventure, beautiful mountainous scenery and laid back charm. Here you can visit one of the remote hill tribes. Then, take a flight to the extraordinary south, at the world renowned resort of Phuket with its amazing offer of entertainment and excursions
  • Stay at 4-5 Star Hotels
  • Enjoy Glatt Kosher Meals
  • Experienced Tour Guide
  • Air Conditioned Coach buses
Bangkok –Visit  famous Night Market in Bangkok, The Royal Palace, Temples and Klong tour. Our guided sightseeing of today will take us for a drive across the city into the inner core to see the contrast between old and new Bangkok. Visit to the outstanding temples (Wat) such as - Wat Pho famous for its Reclining Buddha, Wat Trimitr, and the world’s largest Golden Buddha believed to be about 700 years old. Then visit the Royal Grand Palace, the most important landmark in Bangkok. It is famous for its impressive architectures and building. Explore the magnificent Wat Phra Kaew, with the revered Emerald Buddha, carved from a single block of jade, and other key attractions such as the Coronation Throne Hall, Royal Reception Hall, Royal Funeral Hall, the Golden Chedi, and the Royal Pantheon. Afternoon will enjoy a cruise on Chaophraya River. Overnight Bangkok
Chiang Mai Transfer to the airport for the Flight to Chiang Mai located about 700km northwest of Bangkok. This city, known as the "Rose of the North", is a must see for any journey to Thailand. In this cooler city to the north the pace slows down a bit and the experiences are plentiful. From the airport we will proceed to the outskirts of Chiang Mai to visit the craft villages in order to get an insider’s perspective at the Thai handicraft production: cotton and silk weaving, silverware, lacquer ware, woodcarving and Thai doll making. After the visit we will continue to our hotel. Heat service at hotel.  (Catered dinner from Chabad) Overnight Chiang Mai
Chiang Mai – Elephant Camp and Doi Suthep Temple
We open the day with a visit at an Elephant Camp where we can ride through the Jungle on the back of these massive beasts and witness a demonstration of their skills. Northern Thailand is mountainous with many rivers, which tumbles out of the hills. On our way back we will visit Wat Phrathat Doi Suthep – Chiang Mai’s most important Temple, a sacred site and pilgrimage destination to many Thai people. The temple is said to have been founded in 1383 when the first Chedi was built. Set on the hilltop and visible all around the countryside it offers magnificent views. In the evening we will visit the famous Chiang Mai Night Bazaar.
We will embark on a hill tribe journey in the mountainous area surrounding Chiang Mai. Transfer to Thaton visit the
Longneck Women Village.Chiang Rai, Golden Triangle, Mekong River Boat Trip, Mae Sai.Chiang Rai is a starting point to reach the sites of many Hill Tribes and to get acquainted with their special ethnic features, dress and tradition in their original habitat. We shall visit Yao and Akha tribes. Then we drive to the Golden Triangle – where the borders of Thailand, Myanmar (formerly Burma) and Laos meet up at the Mekong River. In the past this was the center of the opium trade run by the local hill tribes. Here we board for a motor boat ride along the scenic Mekong River. At the end of our river cruise we visit the ancient fortified city Of Chiang Saen situated on the Banks the Mekong River. We finish our full day tour at the border town of Mai Sai where the Thai and Burmese ground borders meet. In the evening we will return to Chiang Mai.  A morning flight takes us back to Bangkok. Directly from the airport we go out for ride through the countryside which will bring us to Ayutthaya the ancient Capital of Thailand for some 400 years (1350 to 1767). We will take a walk through the ruins offering us an insight into Thailand of the past with many fine temples and two museums. A short drive along the banks of the Chaopraya River will bring us to Bang Pa In, summer Palace of the kings of Thailand. The Palace dates back to the 17th century, pre-dating the establishment of Bangkok as the Capital, although it did fall into disuse for a long period. All the buildings we see date from its revival by King Mongkut (Rama IV) in the 19th century. Today, the Palace is only used infrequently, and then mostly for State occasions rather than as a Royal summer residence.
Khao Yai National Park and Elephant Ride Day Trip from Bangkok
Floating Markets and Bridge on River Kwai Tour from Bangkok
Combine a cruise through the Floating Markets with a visit to Bridge on the River Kwai on this full-day guided tour from Bangkok. With the knowledge of your local guide, this is a wonderful way to maximize your time and delve deeper in the Thailand's Kanchanaburi region
Thai Burma Death Railway Bridge on the River Kwai Tour from Bangkok
Explore the protected green landscapes of Khao Yai National Park on a full-day guided excursion from Bangkok. The ideal city escape for those looking to get back to nature during their stay in Bangkok. You'll have the opportunity to sample indigenous fruit and search local wildlife including tigers, black bears and leopards.A highlight is a 45-minute elephant ride through the lush forest at Pakchong Creek.
Thailand may be associated with Phuket's gorgeous beaches and a laid-back lifestyle, but a Bangkok vacation will show you a different side of this country. As the capital, Bangkok Thailand, is a bustling mix of old and new; blending traditional culture and religion with all the luxury conveniences of a modern city.
Bangkok Thailand succeeded both Sukhothai and Ayutthaya as the country's capital in 1782. Its rulers were anxious to build upon the magnificence of the previous two capitals and created landmarks that still form an integral part of Bangkok tourism today. When visiting the city, make sure to schedule some time to visit some of its splendid temples which include the Temple of the Emerald Buddha (Wat Phra Keo) and the Marble Temple (Wat Benjamaopit), which is an impressive blend of Italian marble, Chinese terracotta tile and gold-lacquer.
Guided boat rides are another way to enjoy your Bangkok vacation. The relaxing tours give you a peak into the authentic life of Bangkok, Thailand. Sailing through the city's winding canals, passengers are taken past residential homes and given the chance to encounter the amazing floating markets that can be found on the canals selling everything from fruits and vegetables to exotic flowers. Bangkok traffic is legendary, but if you'd like to experience another form of authentic Bangkok travel, make sure to book at least one ride in a tuk-tuk – a motorized three-wheeled rickshaw. While the tuk-tuk might not be much faster than a standard taxi, it is adored by visitors to the city, making it an integral part of Bangkok tourism.
Another popular element of Bangkok tourism is, of course, its shopping. Two areas that are not to be missed during Bangkok holidays are the city's Chinatown and Siam Square. Dating back to the 18th century, Chinatown's maze of tiny streets offers something for everyone featuring tempting restaurants as well as a variety of goods ranging from everyday necessities to electronic items and jewellery. If you're in the mood for something slightly more modern during your Bangkok vacation, hop on the Skytrain and check out the hustle and bustle of the glittering (and very popular) Siam Square. You'll enjoy a variety of high-end shopping malls including the Siam Discovery Center and the Siam Center which are extremely popular draws for the fashionable set.
A visit to Bangkok Thailand wouldn't be complete without trying your hand at a little bartering. The Weekend Market (Chatuchak Market) located on Phahonyothing Road in the northern part of the city, is an experience not to be missed. Touted as the biggest weekend market in the world, the market boasts close to 9 000 stalls overflowing with antiques, silks, handicrafts and more. Forget about paying top dollar, this market is made for haggling – so be prepared to stand your ground with the merchants!


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