one day tour
Ayutthaya acient temples and royal summer palace ( bang – pa – in )
 

07.00 AM.

You will be collected at Lamphuhouse in the lobby or Khaosan road area and taken by minivan to Ayutthaya or Ancient city. ***If another area please check with us first.

09.10 AM.

Arrived at Ayutthaya and visit Wat Phu Khao Thong This temple is located outside the city of Ayutthaya.

Visit Wat Lokaya Sutha the image of reclining Buddha.

Visit Wat yai chaimongkhon thai temple is located outside the city of Ayutthaya. It was built by king U- Thong in 1357 for meditation. Arrive at Ayutthaya or ancient city (the second capital of Thailand).

Visit Wat Mahathat the construction was begun during the reign of King Borom Rachathirat I in 1374 A.D.

12.00 PM.

Have lunch at the local restaurant is Thai food will be served.

13.00 PM.

Visit the ancient palace and Wat Phra Si Sanphet was the Thai capital for 417 years. And after visit Viharn Phra Mongkol Bopit one of the largest bronze buddha’s in Thailand.   *** And if you would like to do the elephant riding.

14.30 PM.

Visit Bang Pa In-The royal summer palace, has a history dating back to the 17th century according to a chronicle of Ayutthaya,today the palace is used occasionally by Their Majesties King Rama IX and Queen Sirikit as a residence and for receptions and banquets.

15.00 PM.

Take the minivan back to Bangkok (Khaosan road area).  

16.30 PM.

Arrive in Bangkok (Khaosan road area). ***16.30pm,arrival depending on the traffic.

Only 750 Thai baht per person!    *** Join tour*** 

  • This itinerary may be subject to adjustments by the tour operator according to traffic and weather conditions.                                                                    

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Included:

  • Transfer by minivan (maximum 10 person), with air condition and driver                           
  • Tour guides (English)
  • Entry fee
  • Lunch

Excluded:

  • Drinks
  • Ticket (Elephant riding) * for 20 minutes 500 Thai baht per person.

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