United Arab Emirates: New Year’s In Dubai 2020

Duration: 8 Days 7 Nights | Flights Available Upon Request

Arrive & Depart: Dubai

Don't just go...INDULGE! Girl Let's Go Guided Tours are perfect for those who want to get off the beaten path, explore the land, immerse in culture and heritage with a destination specialist. Whether traveling by yourself or with friends and family, you'll meet with others who share the same passion for travel as you. These are small intimate tours packed with value and average  2-10 guests per session.

Available Dates

 

Description:

With its full-throttle development, iconic skylines of high-rises, and world famous beach resorts, the United Arab Emirates has become a favorite for family holidays and city breaks. Landmark tourist attractions such as Dubai's towering Burj Khalifa and Abu Dhabi's modern Sheikh Zayed Mosque, have branded the UAE as an up-to-the-minute luxury destination.

WHAT'S INCLUDED

Personalized meet & assist upon arrival at the airport
• Arrival and departure transfers
• 7 nights in 4* Dubai at Holiday Inn Al Barsha Hotel or similar
• 9 meals: 7 breakfasts, 1 lunch, and 1 dinner
• Half-day Dubai City Tour
• Full day Abu Dhabi Tour with lunch
• Entrance to Louvre Museum
• 4×4 Desert Safari with BBQ Dinner
• Local taxes (except Hotel Tax in Dubai only, it will be billed directly to clients $6/night)

Not Included

• Any item of personal nature
• Meals not mentioned
• Visa fees (if required)
• Optional tours and upgrades
• Tips and porterage

Upgrade Hotels available:

4* Superior Hilton Garden Inn Mall of the Emirates

Price per person $1899

Single Supplement $1299

5* Hilton Dubai Al Habtour Hotel

Price per person $2199

Single Supplement $1599

 

Our Itineraries are provided as a preview of what to expect on our tours. Please, note, that itineraries are subject to change.

 

Day 1 - Arrival

Arrive Suvarnabhumi Bangkok airport, you are met and transferred to your hotel, check in and free at leisure. Check into your hotel and spend rest of the day at leisure. Meals: Availability depends on the time of your arrival

  •  Overnight in Bangkok

  •  None

Day 2 : Bangkok - Chiang Mai - Chiang Rai - Chiang Saen

After breakfast, transfer to Bangkok domestic airport. Depart Bangkok by TG-102 (air ticket is not included). Arrive at Chiang Mai Airport. Drive to Chiang Rai and lunch at local restaurant. Continue to Chiang Saen, the former capital of the first Thai Kingdom, situated directly on Mekong River at the border between Thailand and Laos. Visit Wat Phra Dhat Jom Kitti by climbing 383 steps to the top of the hill. Also visit Wat Chedi Luang and small museum nearby. Continue by long-tail speedboat upriver on the Mekong toward Golden Triangle where borders of Thailand, Myanmar, and Laos meet.

  •  Overnight in Chiang Saen

  •  Breakfast, Lunch

Day 3: Chiang Seen - Doi Mae Salong - Mae Sai - Chiang Rai

Breakfast Depart from Chiang Saen to Mae Sai, the northernmost Thai town on the Myanmar border. Walk around the local market with plenty of shopping opportunities. Proceed with a visit to the Fish and Monkey Cave. Then continue the trip to Doi Mae Salong, passing through beautiful mountain scenery. Mae Salong lays 1800 meters above the sea level and is famous for its tea plantations. There are Chinese temples, ethnic tribes living in the area, and plenty of open-air bazaars offering Chinese specialties such as tea and locally grown preserved fruits. A Yunnan-style lunch is served at Mae Salong Villa, offering striking mountain and valley views. After lunch, drive to Chiang Rai where you visit the Black House (Baan Dam). This impressive structure is the unique creation of national artist, Thawan Duchanee. Part art studio, part museum, part home, Baan Dam is an eclectic mix of traditional northern Thai buildings interspersed with some outlandish modern designs. After the visit here continues the drive to Chiang Rai city, taking time en route to relax at Cheevit Tamada, a quaint coffee house near the Kok River.

  •  Overnight in Chang Rai

  •  Breakfast, Lunch

Day 4: Chiang Rai - Thatorn - Chiang Mai

Breakfast Leave hotel for the boat landing. Board simple longtail motorboats for a three-hour journey up Kok River, passing tiny hill-tribe villages, bamboo huts, and jungle scenery. Disembark at Ban Pha Tai and continue by bus to Mae Kok River Village Resort for Lunch. After lunch, visit Wat Thatorn, a large temple complex in a very attractive setting only a few kilometers from the border with neighboring Myanmar. The temple is located on top of a hill overlooking the village of Ban Thaton and the Mae Kok river. It is built over several levels of a forested hill offering magnificent views over the surrounding rural area Proceed to Mae Rim via Fang and Chiang Dao. Afterward, head to the hotel for dinner and overnight. Dinner followed by a presentation of Meo dances.

  •  Overnight in Chiang Mai

  •  Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

 

Day 5: Chiang Mai

After breakfast, visit an orchid farm where you will see a greater variety of species and colors of this kind of flowers that grows in Thailand. Afterwards, drive to Elephant POOPOOPAPER Park. An eco-friendly naturally built outdoor museum park that introduces and explains the unique steps involved in making paper products from elephant poop fibers! Then, continue to The Dara Pirom Palace Museum (closed on Monday). An elegant house of the late Princess Jao Dara Rasamee, one of the princess consorts of King Rama V, transformed into the museum full of exhibits showing the palace décor as well as Chiang Mai’s rich culture and history at the time of her life. Lunch at local restaurant. In the afternoon, visit Handicraft Villages to see the manufacture of lacquerware, spinning, and weaving of Thai Silk and to watch how paper umbrellas are made. Also, visit a well-known Thai wood-carving factory, with the possibility of buying Burmese antiques.

  •  Overnight in Chiang Mai

  • Breakfast, Lunch

Day 6 - Chiang Mai - Bangkok

Following breakfast, visit the most interesting temples in Chiang Mai, like WatPhra Singh with its famous Buddha image, Wat Chiang Man, the oldest temple in Chiang Mai and built by King Mangrai, and Wat Suan Dok, housing remains of many generations of the old Chiang Mai Royal Family. Also, visit Wat Doi Suthep, tucked away in the mountains at 1,056 meters above sea level. Lunch at local restaurant. Transfer to Chiang Mai Airport for your flight to Bangkok (flight not included, to be booked by agent). Upon arrival in Bangkok, you will be transferred to your hotel.

  •  Overnight in Bangkok

  •  Breakfast, Lunch

Day 7 : Bangkok - Kanchanabur

After breakfast, depart to Kanchanaburi province (128 km. to the west of Bangkok) Visit Thailand–Burma Railway Centre an interactive museum, information, and research facility dedicated to presenting the history of the Thailand– Burma Railway. The fully air-conditioned center offers the visitor an educational and moving experience. Visit Allied War Cemetery which is memorial to some 6000 allied prisoners of war (POWs) who perished along the death railway line and were moved post-war to this eternal resting place. Visit the world famous Bridge over the River Kwai, a part of Death Railway constructed by Allied POWs. Take a long-tailed boat on River Kwai to River Kwai Resotel. Check–in and have Lunch upon arrival. Take an exciting boat ride upstream to visit nearby ethnic Mon Tribal Village. Then return to the hotel. Dinner, followed by a 45-minute presentation of Mon Dance.

  •  Overnight in Kanchanabur

  •  Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 8: Kanchanabur - Bangkok

Following breakfast, take an exciting boat ride downstream to Resotel Pier and continue to visit the Hellfire Pass Memorial. Check-out at 11 AM. Lunch at local restaurant. Take a historic ride on Death Railway Train passing over original wooden viaduct constructed by Allied POWs. Afterward, head back to Bangkok to check-in to your hotel.

  •  Overnight in Bangkok

  •  Breakfast, Lunch

Day 9: Departure

Breakfast Transfer to Bangkok International airport for departure flight home.​

  •  Breakfast, Lunch

 
 

Useful info about our trips

  • UPGRADED HOTELS AVAILABLE (for an additional fee)

     

  • All tours and entrance fees are included

     

  • All taxes are included and NO HIDDEN FEES

     

  • International Airfare is not included, but we can book it for you at very competitive rates

     

  • Alterations

    A transfer fee may be assessed for alterations to packages, itineraries/tours and suggested arrival/departure dates

  • Price are based on double occupancy

    Prices are per person and based on double occupancy. All prices are expressed in US dollars. Prices for vacation packages are subject to change without notice.

  • All travel documents are the responsibility of the passenger.

     

  • Travel insurance is highly recommended.
 

Hotel Mayorazgo

Hotel Mayorazgo’s elegant rooms have a flat-screen TV. The hotel is next to Madrid’s Gran Via, a short walk from Plaza España and the Royal Palace.

Plaza de España and Santo Domingo Metro Stations are both 500 feet away. They provide easy access to the Art Triangle, the Retiro Park and Madrid Barajas Airport.

The Hotel Mayorazgo has a Mediterranean restaurant and a bar, with classic design and a relaxing fountain. There is an elegant piano bar with live music.

Each room at the hotel is air-conditioned and spacious. Rooms come with a trouser press and a full private bathroom with a hairdryer. A mini-bar and safe are available for an additional charge.

The Hotel Mayorazgo has a gift shop and a tour desk. The hotel can also arrange airport transfers, car rental and packed lunches.

Madrid City Center is a great choice for travelers interested in tapas, architecture and parks.

Pictures shown are for illustration purposes only, your actual room may vary. Remember to inquire about room upgrades which are an additional fee but well worth the upgrade if you're looking to kick your experience up a notch. In event of resort changes we will provide similar accommodations

 

BEST TIME TO GO

The best time to visit India is from October to March. India is large with diverse weather patterns. The Himalayas stop cold winds from reaching most of India so winters remain warm and summers can get very hot.