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Although our standard itineraries cover a wide range of different tours in Northern Thailand, you might find that you would like to do something different. Or you might like to do a slightly different variation of a standard itinerary.

We like to make a special effort to take you to places which are not advertised in regular tour programmes elsewhere, for this reason we have included the service of customised/tailor-made itineraries. So if you want to enjoy a holiday in Thailand but make it totally different from the usual 'package tour', then contact us!

Please include a brief outline of the things that interest you and the amount of time that you have. We will reply within 48 hours, with prospective programmes and suggestions.

Some ideas: 

Chiang Mai

also sometimes written as "Chiengmai" or "Chiangmai", is the largest and most culturally significant city in northern Thailand, and is the capital of Chiang Mai Province. It is located some 700 km (435 mi) north of Bangkok, among some of the highest mountains in the country. The city stands on the Ping river, a major tributary of the Chao Phraya river.

In recent years, Chiang Mai has become an increasingly modern city. It has several attractions for the approximately 1 million visitors who come each year. Chiang Mai's historic importance is derived from its strategic location on the Ping river as well as trade routes. Long before the modern influx of foreign visitors, the city served as a major center for handcrafted goods, umbrellas, jewelry (particularly silver) and woodcarving.

While officially the city of Chiang Mai only covers most parts of the Mueang Chiang Mai district with a population of 150,000, the urban sprawl of the city now extends into several neighboring districts. This Chiang Mai Metropolitan Area has a population of nearly one million people, more than half the total of Chiang Mai Province.

The city itself is subdivided into four wards (khwaeng): Nakhon Ping, Srivijaya, Mengrai, and Kavila. The first three are on the west bank while Kavila is located on the east bank of the Ping River. Nakhon Ping district covers the north side of the city. Srivijaya, Mengrai, and Kavila cover the west, south, and east side respectively. The central part (the old walled town) is covered mostly by Srivijaya and partly by Nakhon Ping and Mengrai wards.

Chiang Rai  

Chiang Rai City is 200 kilometres northeast of Chiang Mai City, Changwat Chiang Mai; 62 kilometres south of Amphoe Mae Sai and the Myanmar border; 60 kilometres southwest of Amphoe Chiang Saen on the Mae Khong across from the People's Democratic Republic of Laos; and 90 kilometres north of Phayao City, Changwat Phayao.

The Mae Kok River runs along its north side, flowing from west to east and eventually merging with the Mekong River.

Population 62,000.

12.5% of the population belong to the hill tribes, a collective term for the minority ethnic groups in the North of Thailand such as the Karen, Akha, Lisu, Meo, and Muser. Many Chinese, particularly from Yunnan Province, have migrated to the area and assimilated with the Thai population to such extent that well over half of the large businesses in northern Thailand are owned by people of Chinese heritage.

Mae Sot

Mae Sot is located on the western border of Thailand with Myanmar, stretching to reach the Sangklaburi province.

The town of Mae Sot is a busy border town, located just 5km from the border. At present (August 2003) the border is open for a day crossing, but sometimes it is closed depending on the current political and military situation. In any case, the local people are always crossing the river to trade goods from teak to gems to Burmese banana leaf cigars.

Dozens of ethnic groups live in this area and on any day one can easily run into 4 or 5 different exotic hats and faces. The Karen, Hmong, Yao, Lahu, Buddhist and Muslim Burmese all live together in this frontier town speaking different languages, wearing different clothes, eating different foods, and dancing different dances. It's a fascinating place to walk around and learn about many cultures and peoples.


On the Myanmar side lies the little town of Myawaddy. Foreigners can only cross the border to enter Myanmar for day trips. No overnight stays and no travel further inside Myanmar is allowed.

Border fees. At the bridge the Thai immigration check-point will stamp foreign visitors' passports out of Thailand, and in when you come back.

The Myanmar authorities will keep your passport, and charge visitors $US 10 for border pass fee.


Driving North of Mae Sot, one reaches Mae Sariang town and district, through a no man's land road. The road follows the border all the way up, sometimes tracing the Moei river, which flows North along the border. Don't travel at night as you will encounter nearly a dozen military and police check-points, where you may be searched (this is a sensitive border area). You will certainly see nobody else.

It's worth bearing in mind that after a minibus was attacked by hand grenades on this road (around Tha Song Yang) in 1995, and the subsequent Karen fighting the road was under curfew at night for a couple of years. It is no longer prohibited to travel it by night, but not recommended.

The road is also in quite bad condition at a few places (with frequent landslides), and a normal vehicle (i.e. non 4WD or pick-up truck) might have difficulty during rainy season.

Trekking Tours

Check In Tour & Travel Co.Ltd is run by a team of experienced professionals from Chiang-Mai Thailand with a reputation for safe, efficient and fun adventure tour Thailand.

We are run regular adventure tour, trekking tour Thailand departing every week to a number of exciting destinations, which are open to everyone, however we are completely flexible and can run any tour any time requesting for you want small groups, usually with a minimum of only two persons.

Designer made Thailand tour.
We are also able to mix match and invent the adventure tour, trekking tour Thailand to suit most people. If you let us have your travel requirements. We will supply to do it with our experience and in depth knowledge of north Thailand. We are in a unique position adventure tour, trekking tour Thailand in being able offer an endless amount of advise and ideas to help you plan your own adventure tour Thailand and also able to arrange special tours for groups, family tour, schools or companies, give us a ring and ask for our special team building the package tour Thailand.

North Round Trip

6 days / 5 nights Tour by Minibus (minimum 6 Person)

Day 1 : Bangkok - Ayuthaya - Lopburi - Phitsanuloke

In early morning we will pick you up from your hotel in Pattaya or Bangkok. First visit is the Summer Palace in Bang Pa-In of King Rama V. After a scenic walk through the green park, continue on to the ancient capital of Ayuthaya to visit the ancient ruins. This town, an ancient capital of Thailand from the 14th to the 18th centuries, was sacked by the Burmese, and then taken over again by the Thais! This was the last location of the capital before the government based itself in Bangkok. Lunch will be served at a local restaurant. After lunch, Continue on to Phitsanuloke and stop at Vi Han Mongkol Bor Pit and the tempel Wat ri San Phet. Dinner and overnight in Phitsanuloke.

Day 2 : Phitsanuloke - Sukhothai - Chiang Rai

After breakfast, proceed to the ancient city of Sukhothai. Enjoy walking through the Historical Park many of which have been restored now by the Thai Fine Arts Department. This ancient capital preceded the later Ayuthaya period, and one can tell because the architecture is markedly different. Then drive to Sri Satchanalai, the northern outpost town of the Sukhothai kingdom. Lunch at a local restaurant.
Journey onward to the Wat Pra Tad and the Big Lake in Payao then to the northern city of Chiang Rai. On the way, enjoy the spectacular montane scenery.

Day 3 : Chiang Rai - Golden Triangle - Chiang Rai

After breakfast, proceed to Mae Chan and visit Akha and Yao Hilltribe villages. Drive to Mae Sai, the northern-most town in Thailand, located on the Burmese border. Lunch in a local restaurant.
In the afternoon, visit the famous Golden Triangle, where the Ruak and Mekong Rivers meet. Boatride to Laos. Visit the Opium House. From the top of the hill you can see the countries of Laos and Myanmar. Stop along the way at hot springs.Drive back to Chiang Rai. Evening at leisure.

Day 4 : Chiang Rai - Chiang Mai

After breakfast at hotel, check out and head for Chiang Mai, often called the "Rose of the North".  Lunch at local restaurant. Drive to Mae Rim to visit an Elephant Camp and witness elephants at work. Then continue on to an Orchid and Butterfly farm. Also visit Rukachati National Park to see a nice waterfall. Lunch in a local restaurant. In the afternoon, visit the handicraft village of San Khampaeng. Here you will witness how Thai Silk and other traditional items are produced.Arrive In the evening, enjoy a traditional northern Kantoke Dinner and experience a northern dancing performance.

Day 5 : Chiang Mai - Kampeng Phet

After Breakfast at hotel in Chiang Mai drive on a very scenic mountain road to visit Wat Doi Suthep on top of Doi Suthep Mountain. Then drive to the small City Lampoon and stop at the Tempel Wat Ha Ri Poon Chai. At the Gad Thung Kwien Jungle Market you have time to buy fruits and drinks for the road. Lunch in a local Restaurant. In the afternoon visit the Hilltribe Village Mu Ser and Overnight in Kampheng Phet.

Day 6 : Kampeng Phet - Pattaya

After The Breakfast in the morning we drive to the famous  Banana Market journey through scenic countryside to Lopburi to see the sacred Three Spires Pagoda and Prang Sam Yod. Look out for monkeys all around this ancient city! After Lunch drive to Saraburi where you can see the "Footprint of Buddha" and drive back to Pattaya. Arrive appr. 5pm.


Price only 13500,- Baht per Person (min. 6 Person)

 Tour is incl. All Transfers, Hotel (twin-sharing), Tourguide, entrance Fees, Breakfast, Lunch , Dinner.