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Explore the Ayutthaya World Heritage Site :
As a private trip, everything is tailored to your specific requirements. The itinerary can be adapted, modified, or even places can be added more or cut less.
The following is what you can expect to experience from this trip.
Ayutthaya World Heritage Site.
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Hotel in Bangkok
08.00am > pick up time > will be advised
Our local English-speaking tour guide and private driver will greet you and pick you up.
Then drive to Ayutthaya.
Our first stop is at Wat Yai Chai Mong Kol.
It takes about an hour to get there.
Explore Wat Yai Chai Mongkol, built in the 15th century. Later, King Naresuan the Great, who ruled Ayutthaya from 1590 to 1605 AD, added a large chedi to the temple ground to commemorate his victory over the Burmese prince.
The main Chedi is 62.10 meters in height, and the center part of the Chedi contains a dome-shaped room.
Next, visit Wat Mahathat.
Wat Mahathat is the Buddha’s Relics Temple, a Khmer-style breathtaking complex, built in the 14th century as the Sanctuary of Buddha’s Relics and the Center of Buddhism,
It was also the residence of the Supreme Patriarch. The sandstone Buddha head, which has been stuck in the Bodhi root since 17667 AD, is one of the highlights.
Next up: visit Wat Phra Sri San Phet.
Wat Phra Sri San Phet , The breathtaking complex was the Royal Temple and Ancient Palace of Ayutthaya and even royal tombs.
It was the 2nd capital of Siam from 1350 AD until 1767 AD, and was ruled by 33 kings from five dynasties.
Most of the buildings were destroyed and burned, but still have their charm and are attractive to visitors.
Time for another delicious lunch! Let’s enjoy a delicious Thai and international buffet at a local hotel.
After lunch, visit Bang Pa-In Summer Palace.
After lunch, take a 45-minute local boat trip around the Ayutthaya Historical Site Island to see the local life by the river and some iconic temples, including making a merit by feeding fish in the Chao Phraya river.
Ayutthaya’s King built Bang Pa-In Palace in the 16th century in his home town area, which he always traveled to visit.
It had been left untouched since 1767 AD until King Rama IV ordered the area to be renovated. Later, King Rama V made it his beloved Summer Palace.
Summer Palace has come to an end, and we are returning to Bangkok.
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