Goway is offering travellers a chance to discover the ancient kingdoms of Siam.
Thailand is one of Asia’s popular destinations, featuring culture, cuisine and lots of big city excitement.
Bangkok is the ideal starting point for most Thailand vacations, offering excellent shopping and a peerless street food scene in between many of Thailand’s most famous sights.
But Chiang Mai in Northern Thailand is another important cultural centre, while the islands of the South offer all the benefits of a tropical beach holiday, surrounded by Thailand’s unique custom.
Goway’s Ancient Kingdoms of Siam trip is designed to highlight Thailand’s diversity, while offering travellers comfortable and varied accommodation throughout the country.
After one night in Bangkok, tour participants transfer to Kanchanaburi, home to the River Kwai and the infamous ‘Death Railway.’
This is followed by a visit to the ruins of Ayutthaya, and Sukhothai, the first capital of Thailand.
The trip ends in the north, starting with two nights in Chiang Mai. Guests are completely at leisure in the ‘Rose of the North.’
They can enjoy a traditional Thai massage, or even a massage class, or visit a cooking school to learn about Thai cuisine.
The final night of the trip is spent in Chiang Rai, following lunch with a Hmong hill tribe.
Prices start from $3,469 ex Vancouver and $3,689 ex Toronto, with options to upgrade to Premium economy.
Rates include accommodation, private touring with local guides, entrance fees, meals as per the itinerary, transfers, and international round-trip airfare on Cathay Pacific Airlines.
This special must be booked by Sept. 30, 2016.