Ayutthaya was once one of the richest cities in the world and the capital of the Kingdom of Ayutthaya, the precursor to modern Thailand. It was sacked by the Burmese in 1767, bringing down both the city and the kingdom. It’s estimated that its population was more than 300,000 by the early 1600s, and grew to almost a million inhabitants in the early 1700s – a truly staggering number, that if true, would have made Ayutthaya the largest city in the world.
Once in Ayutthaya, biking around is great fun. Traffic is light, and many times you’ll be the only one cruising through some of the ruins. There are several places that rent bikes for the day clustered around the cross-river ferry near the train station, on the backpacker strip near where the buses and minibuses drop off, and near the ruins.
The tour begins with a guided stroll around the splendid Bang Pa-In Summer Palace and its landscaped gardens, peppered with curious buildings that blends turn-of-the-century European architectural styles with Thai and Chinese styles. From here, a long-tail boat journey takes you up the Chao Phraya River to inner Ayutthaya to explore the temple ruins within and surrounding the Ayutthaya Historical Park.
Upon your arrival at the airport Our Guide will welcome you with a warm Greetings at the Airport where by you will receive a Free Airport Transfer to your Hotel.
Go to China town in Bangkok to shopping a local food and anything by yourself.
Overnight at Bangkok.
Breakfast at the hotel.
Proceed to Ayutthaya about 1:30hr.
Arrival at Ayutthaya and visit important temple.
– Mahathat temple
– Wat Pra Ram
– Wat Si Sanphet
– Wat Bo Pit
– Wat Chang (Elephant ridding 30min)
Lunch at Pea Krung Khao restaurant.
Visit to Wat Chai Watthanaram around 1hr.
Visit to Wat Yai Suwannaram around 1hr.
Go to Ayo Thaya floating market.
Dinner at Ayo Thaya floating market.
Back to hotel.
Overnight at Ayutthaya.
Breakfast at the hotel and check out the hotel.
Proceed to Japanese Village. Japanese Village is situated in Ko Rein sub-district, Ayutthaya Province. In the past, it was a compound of the Japanese, who had settled down and earned a living since Ayutthaya period.
Go to Bang Pha In Palace.
Visit Bang Pha In Palace. Bang Pa-In Royal Palace, also known as the Summer Palace, is a palace complex formerly used by the Thai kings. It lies beside the Chao Phraya River in Bang Pa-In district, Ayutthaya Province.
Proceed to peir Wat Chong Lom for cruise back to Bangkok about 1hr.
Lunch on board
Reach at peir in Bangkok with Grand Pearl.
END OF SERVICE.
- What Is Included• Tour guide throughout the trip.
• Meals as specified in the list included meals
• The transfer of tourist.
• Fee for each visit different places.
- What Is Not Included• Tips for staff meals and other personal expenses. Apart from the listed items.
• Entrance fee to the place of foreigners in accordance with the actual cost.
• Personal payment