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Aussienet Holidays trading as Aussienet Travel

 ABN 43 609 963 644 ACN 609 963 644

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All prices quoted are in Australian Dollars and per person based on twin sharing basis inclusive of Taxes & Charges *Subject to change and availability

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TOUR COST from AUD1,035.00** Per Person Twin Share

Day 1: BANGKOK—SARABURI—KHAO YAI

(-/L/D)

Depart Bangkok by private air-conditioned car/minibus/coach for Saraburi. Visit Phra Buddha Badh with its shrine of the holy footprint of Lord Buddha and large number of temple bells surrounding the temple compound. Lunch at a local restaurant in Saraburi. Continue to Khao Yai National Park. En route, visit Wat Theppithak with its huge seated Buddha located on hillside and fruit market at Klang Dong.

 

Afternoon check-in at the Greenery Resort, Khao Yai or similar hotel.

Dinner and accommodation.

Day 2: KHAO YAI—PIMAI—KORAT

(B/L/D)

Breakfast

08:00           Visit Krong Keo waterfalls with original bamboo suspension bridge and Haew Suwat waterfalls. Depart for Korat. Visit Thao Suranaree Memorial, built in commemoration of the exploit of Khunying Mo, wife of the town’s second in command, who rallied her people to defeat Laotian invaders in 1826, under the reign of King Rama III. Also, visit Wat Sala Loi, with its main chapel constructed in the shape of a Chinese Junk using local materials—the famous earthen tiles from Daan Kwien. Lunch at a local restaurant in Korat. Continue to Pimai to visit the museum and the magnificent Khmer temples, the “Angkor Wat of Thailand,” supposedly built by King Jayavarman VI in the eleventh century. Also, visit Sai Ngam Banyan Grove, with Thailand’s largest banyan tree.

 

Return to Korat and check in at Dusit Princess Korat or similar hotel. Dinner and accommodation.

Day 3: KORAT—PHANOM RUNG—MUANG TAM—SURIN

(B/L/D)

Breakfast

08:30           Visit village of Daan Kwian, famous for its beautiful earthenware. Continue to Prasat Phnom Rung, the most important Khmer temple complex in Thailand, situated on a small hill. The monumental staircase is stunning and the sanctuary is one of the best examples of Khmer architecture. Also, visit Prasat Muang Tham, a Khmer temple older than Prasat Phnom Rung, with many well preserved, bas-reliefs. Lunch at a local restaurant in Prakhon Chai. Proceed to Surin. Visit Prasat Hin Sikhoraphum, with its prangs.

 

Dinner and accommodation at Thong Tarin or similar hotel.

(NOTE: The Surin Elephant Round-Up is held every year on the third weekend of November. Tour programs available on request, surcharges apply.)

Day 4: SURIN—SI SAKET—UBON—BANGKOK

(B/L/-)

Breakfast

08:00            Depart for Si Saket and visit to Prasat Wat Sa Kamphaeng Yai, the biggest and most perfect Khmer Ruins in the province.  It comprises three stupas on the same base lining in North-South direction and facing east.  These ruins were supposedly built in the 11th Century with Bapuan Art style of Khmer and served as a shrine for God Shiva before changing into Mahayana Buddhist temple in 13th Century. Continue to visit Prasat Wat Sa Kamphaeng Noi, which comprises a laterite stupa and chapel with a big pond at the front, all are in the embrace of a laterite wall.  It was used for religious purposes and was called ‘Arokaya Sala’ to be served as a community hospital in the 13th Century. 

11:00           Drive to Ubon Ratchathani

12:00           Lunch at a local restaurant

13:00            Continue drive to Ban Pa Ao. This village is one of the oldest villages in Ubon Ratchathani. According to history, the villagers migrated from Vientiane, Laos during the reign of King Siri Bun San. The village is over 200 years old and has a special identity of its own which has been handed down from generation to generation by its ancestors, such as the craft of making bronzeware and weaving beautiful silk. Continue to Ban Kan Lueang Archaeological Site which situated in Wat Ban Kan Lueang. In 1992, the Fine Arts Department excavated the site. Discoveries include artefacts, implements, ornaments, beads, pottery and iron axes. It is believed that this settlement dates back at least 2,000 years.

15:00           Continue to Ubon Ratchathani Airport.

18:05           Depart Ubon Ratchathani by TG 2029 for Bangkok (air-ticket is not included).

19:10           Arrive Bangkok and transfer to your hotel.

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TOUR PRICES:  FROM AUD1,035.00 per person

Tour Conditions:

  • Guaranteed daily departure on a private tour including all meals as specified in the itinerary.

Remarks:

  • Minor program changes are sometimes necessary, depending on road conditions and room availability.

  • Should VAT (currently 7%), domestic airport tax, domestic air-tickets, any other government taxes or fuel cost be introduced or raised within the contract period, we reserve the right to adjust our rates accordingly to reflect the change.

Package includes
  • Accommodation in air-conditioned room with bath and meals as mentioned in the program

  • Transfers, entrance fees, and tours by air-conditioned car/minibus/coach with multilingual guide

  • Service charges, room tax, VAT and baggage handling

NOT Included in the tour prices
  • Domestic airticket Ubon-Bangkok

  • Domestic airport tax

  • Optional tours

  • International airport tax

  • Expenditure of a personal nature, such as drinks, souvenirs and laundry etc.

  • Other tours and meals than mentioned in the program