Tea & Coffee Grand Tour [4D3N]

The Tea & Coffee Grand Tour itinerary is our top recommendation for relaxed and romantic travel. You will experience some remote parts of Chiang Rai in comfort and style.

Your route takes in the best of this region’s natural and cultural beauty, and avoids some of the more crowded attractions.

Tea & Coffee Grand Tour [4D3N Private Tour]

2 pax = ฿14,300 per person = ฿28,600 total

3 pax = ฿12,500 per person = ฿37,500 total

4 pax = ฿10,300 per person = ฿41,200 total

5+ pax = ฿9,000 per person

7+ pax = ฿7,600 per person

Lunch is included each day, but other meals & accommodation not included

This is a multi-day private tour with your own licensed, English-speaking guide and transport

Day 1 – Araksa Tea & Tha Ton

  • Pickup from your hotel in Chiang Mai.
  • Araksa Tea Garden (tea picking tour and light refreshments included)
  • Lunch (included)
  • Optional Activities in afternoon (additional costs may apply)
  • Drive to the northern tip of Chiang Mai province – Check in to river-side accommodation at Tha Ton

Day 2 – Mae Salong & Chiang Rai

Day 3 – Chiang Rai & Doi Chang

Day 4 – Coffee Farm Tour & Return to Chiang Mai

* Doi Chang Coffee Estate factory tours available Monday – Thursday, and Friday mornings. We can arrange other times for groups of 5 or more visitors. Lee Hu Coffee Farm open 7 days.

Itinerary Detail

Day 1 – Araksa Tea & Tha Ton

Araksa Tea Garden

Araksa Tea Garden is located about 1.5 hours drive north from Chiang Mai. As such it is the most accessible tea plantation if you are staying in Chiang Mai city. It is quite different from …

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Continuing north, there are various places you can stop to break up the journey, we recommend a stop at Huai Lek Royal project – an agricultural research station with a produce market.

At the northern tip of Chiang Mai province you reach the sleepy town of Tha Ton. There is a good viewpoint at a temple above the river, and a number of good accommodation options here.

Tha Ton

Tha Ton is a sleepy town in the far northern reaches of Chiang Mai province. It is a good place to stop for lunch with picturesque river views. A white Buddha statue overlooking the town …

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Day 2 – Mae Salong & Chiang Rai

Check out from your Tha Ton accommodation after a relaxed breakfast. The road now turns up into the mountains and you will start to see Akha villages and farmlands.

Your destination for the morning is Mae Salong, one of several Yunnanese enclave villages in the far North of Thailand.

Mae Salong

The amazing district of Mae Salong is centered on the town of Santikhiri. The town is populated by the descendants of Kuomintang (KMT) soldiers who were unable to evacuate to Taiwan after losing to the Chinese communist …

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Martyrs’ Memorial Hall

For an in-depth overview of local history, head to The Martyrs’ Memorial Hall on the southern approach to Santikhiri (Mae Salong). The museum has three main buildings, starting with an exhibition of KMT political & …

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101 Tea Plantation

101 Tea Plantation in Mae Salong offers tea-tasting and tea sales. There is no plantation tour as such, but you can walk into the plantation and take some photos of the beautiful landscape. Nearby Attractions …

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Black House (Baan Dam)

The Black House is a temple-styled art gallery – it showcases the work of another renowned Chiang Rai artist Thawan Duchanee (he actually lived within this compound for several decades). The Black House / Baan Dam …

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Wat Huay Pla Kang

Wat Huay Pla Kang is a Chinese styled (Mahayana Buddhist) temple in the northern outskirts of Chiang Rai city. The compound is dominated by a statue of Guan Yin, the Goddess of Mercy and an …

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Day 3 – Chiang Rai & Doi Chang

Blue Temple

Located just north of the Kok river within the city of Chiang Rai, the Blue Temple (Wat Rong Seua Ten) is well worth a visit. There is currently no entry fee, but this may change …

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White Temple

White Temple (Wat Rong Khun)  In recent years, White Temple (Wat Rong Khun) has become the most popular attraction within the city of Chiang Rai. The white temple is the highlight of a larger complex …

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Singha Park

Singha Park Chiang Rai Singha Park Chiang Rai consists of over 12 square km of tea fields, lakes, fruit trees and flower beds. There is a central viewpoint for the tea fields. Singha Park hosts …

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Doi Chang

Doi Chang is a mountain region famous for coffee production. Many coffee plantations and cafes can be found around the Lisu & Akha village of Baan Doi Chang. Doi Chang is just over 30 minutes from …

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Day 4 – Doi Chang Coffee Tour

Choose 1 of either Doi Chaang Coffee Estate or Leehu Coffee Farm

Doi Chaang Coffee Estate

The Doi Chaang coffee brand is the central success story in the commercialization of arabica coffee production in the Doi Chang district of Chiang Rai in Northern Thailand. Coffee plants were originally introduce to the …

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Leehu Coffee Farm

Leehu Coffee Farm is located in the Doi Chang district of Chiang Rai in Northern Thailand. Centered around a coffee mill and surrounded by a coffee plantation, visitors are warmly welcomed with a great little …

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Leesoaw Macadamia

Leesoaw Macadamia is located in the Doi Chang district of Chiang Rai in Northern Thailand. This operation includes macadamia plantations, nut processing, value-add processing and on-site sales. Leesoaw is what the local people call themselves …

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Wat Saeng Kaew Phothiyan

Wat Saeng Kaew Phothiyan is one of the most beautiful temples in Northern Thailand. While not heavily visited by foreigners, it is very well known throughout Thailand. The temple is located one hour south-west of …

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