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Savor Thailand’s unique markets and spiritual sites, as well as Bangkok’s eclectic flare, on a cultural adventure.

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Savor Thailand’s unique markets and spiritual sites, as well as Bangkok’s eclectic flare, on a cultural adventure.



Visit the Golden Buddha, one of the world’s largest solid gold statues. Learn why it was originally covered in plaster.


Proceed to Wat Pho, temple of the Reclining Buddha. Marvel at the scale of this gold leaf-covered monument and its mother-of-pearl inlaid feet.


Explore the spectacular grounds of the Grand Palace. Stop at Wat Phra Kaew, home of the Emerald Buddha and Thailand’s most sacred temple.


Visit the contemporary Wat Rong Khun temple. Its striking white facade is the masterwork of one of Thailand’s most renowned artists.


In Chiang Rai, offer alms to hundreds of saffron-robbed monks. Proceed up the mountain to Wat Prathat Doi Suthep and climb the stairway to reach the golden pagodas.


Discover the ruins and temples of the Kingdom of Chiang Saen on the Mekong River.




Shop at the Chatuchak Weekend Market or have a garment made at one of the town’s best tailors. 

Visit the Damnoen Saduak floating market where countless vendors sell fruits and vegetables from their boats.


Travel to the Sankampaeng Handicraft Village and learn about umbrella making, teak carving and lacquer ware.


Discover local arts like mulberry paper making, pottery and weaving during a visit to the Royal Handicraft Centre.




Travel through the lush jungle to Maesa Elephant Camp, home to one of the largest collections of elephants in northern Thailand. Watch these majestic creatures take their morning bath in the river. Observe how they work in the jungle, paint pictures and play games. You may even choose to ride one of the elephants or feed them their favorite treats! 

Drive to the famous Golden Triangle. Enjoy magnificent views of the place where Thailand, Laos and Burma meet.


Board a long-tail boat and explore Bangkok’s network of canals called klongs.


Visit the Jim Thompson House, home of the American entrepreneur who revitalized the Thai silk industry before mysteriously disappearing.



To learn more about Thailand, contact your local travel professional or call major tour operator Collette at 800.340.5158 and visit www.gocollette.com.


March 15, 2023

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