Rise early morning for a typical northern Thai breakfast. Join locals to offer food to monks in a tradition that has been at the heart of Thai life for centuries. Gain insight into Buddhism and Dharma at Wat U-Mong. Finish by "making merit" to the Sangkha or monks at Wat Suan Dok.
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Pick-up at Your Hotel
Start the tour with a scenic drive in Thailand's iconic public bus called songthaew.
Stop by Kad Ton Payom
Drop by Kad Ton Payom as you make your way down Suthep Road. Here, check out Chiang Mai's flea market known for its northern Thai cuisine.
Enjoy a Traditional Thai Breakfast
After Kad Ton Payom, get a chance to earn a merit by offering alms to monks. Then, indulge in a traditional-style Chiang Mai breakfast.
Learn about Buddhism and Dharma
Make your way to Wat U-Mong, a 600-year-old temple noted for its large painted pagoda and underground tunnel. Immerse yourself into the peaceful ambiance and grab the opportunity to learn about Buddhism and Dharma from the abbot.
Visit Wat Suan Dok Temple
Mingle with the monks at Wat Suan Dok Temple and learn about their of way of life. Take some time to learn the art of basic meditation and end the tour by making an offering to the Sangkha.
Drop-off at Your Hotel
Enjoy a typical Thai breakfast, Join locals to give alms to monk, Gain insight into Buddhism and Dharma at Wat U-Mong, Make merit Wat Suan Dok
Jump in a Songthaew, an iconic public bus, and take a scenic drive along Suthep Road. On the way, stop by Kad Ton Payom, a flea market well known for its northern Thai cuisine. Afterwards, offer alms to monks to "make merit'"and enjoy a traditional style breakfast. The next stop is Wat U-mong a 600 year-old temple famed for its large painted pagoda and underground tunnel. Soak up the peaceful atmosphere and perhaps take the opportunity to talk with the abbot about the Buddhism and Dharma. Visit Wat Suan Dok and mingle with monks to learn about their way of life. Take some time out to learn basic meditation. Finish the adventure making an offering to the Sangkha.
General admission (all attractions included)
Children 6 years old and above can participate in this activity.
We strongly recommend modest clothing in respect to Asia's conservative dress standards. Please wear clothing that covers your shoulders and knees. Loose, lightweight, long clothing is both respectful and cool in the predominantly hot Asian climate.
This tour operates with a maximum of 12 participants.
You can book a minimum of 1 and maximum of 12.
Any cancellations made within 3 business days of your activity (after 06:00:00 local time) will be subject to a charge of 100% of the total amount.
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