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Temple in Thailand

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Thailand, A study tour
Jan.9-Jan.21,2014

Credit or Non-credit

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* Please look below for information on the companion course we are offering. This course can help prepare you for the trip.

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Related Course: Thailand: History, Culture, Cuisine, a non-credit course is being offered at CCBC Hunt Valley to compliment this trip.
Topics will include: History and culture of Thailand, including bustling Bangkok and Chiang Mai. Discover the beautiful temples, palaces, and visit the Hill Tribe people, Jim Thompson's Museum, Elephant camps, Bazaars, Temple of Dawn, solid gold Buddha and Thai staples/sauces/spices/herbs used in Thai cuisine. Create and sample fresh spring rolls with shrimp, spicy peanut sauce and green papaya salad. You will also learn about food stores and resources for Thai ingredients in Maryland and the U.S. Materials/food cost of $12.00 payable to Ang Robinson on 10/26/13.
CRN # 73085
Course #: HIS 989
Dates: October 26, 2013 and November 2 and 9, 2013,
Time: October 26th 1:00-4:00 pm (cooking class)
November 2, and 9, 2013 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm (History, culture, etc.)
Hunt Valley Campus
Instructors: Irv Donick and Ang Robinson
Cost: $90.00(Tuition:$50.00 Fees$40.00)
Call to register with a credit card: 443-840-4700

Overview:

Join us for a trip to exotic Thailand. This 13-day trip will take you to Bangkok and Chiang Mai. There are two major options for this trip:

  • Five day course for Certification in Thai Massage for massage therapists, including time for sight-seeing
  • Organized sight-seeing with free time for personal interests with optional cooking course for one or two full days

Sight-seeing includes:

  • Bangkok- Grand Palace and the Temple of the Emerald Buddah, dating back to 1782, the home of the American silk entrepreneur Jim Thompson and his priceless antiques and artwork from the entire Southeast Asia region, tour of the canals (klongs) and more.
  • Chiang Mai and surrounding areas, including ancient temples, and elephant training camp, visits to village hill tribes, boat ride on the river and much more. Please click on the link to the itinerary at top of page.

COST:
Group A (Massage Group) $3,475 p.p. Double occupancy, Single supplement $470.
Massage School Tuition Fee $270 p.p.

Group B (Leisure Group) $3990 p.p., Single Supplement $470

Registration fee: $500 (Due by Sept. 15, 2013)
* We recommend that you purchase Travel Protection insurance, $250, when making your registration.
Final Payment: Due by October 15, 2013

Included:

  • Round trip airfare with a major airline and airport transfers
  • Domestic airfare
  • Twin room accommodation inclusive of tax and service charge as applicable
  • Daily breakfast, two Dinners
  • Group B includes four lunches
  • Transfers inclusive of baggage handling and porterage
  • Transport services by private air-conditioned Vehicle
  • Sightseeing tours as listed with a licensed English speaking guide
  • Entrance fees to the monuments
  • Assistance by knowledgeable SITA Representative at airports and hotels
  • Administrative fee for CCBC
  • Departure fees and taxes (subject to change)

Not included:

  • Some lunches
  • Optional excursions
  • Optional cooking courses
  • Recommended Travel Protection- $250.00 p.p.
  • Customary gratuities for SITA representative, local guides, and coach driver.

For application form contact:

Ingrid L. Bortner, 443-840-1933 or ibortner@ccbcmd.edu
Coordinator of International Travel Studies, Essex campus
OR
Terry Walter, 443-840-1717 or twalter@ccbcmd.edu
Coordinator of Office of Travel Studies, Essex campus

 

 
 
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