| Trip starts from Bangkok
The Perfect Package: Ayutthaya Island Day Trip & Long-Tail Boat Ride!
Free Hotel Pickup
Let's go back in time together for a comprehensive overview of the history and past glories of Ayutthaya! Plus, a long-tail boat tour to view the fabulous ancient ruins is included! Come with me to this one-of a-kind city!
Fun & Adventure
History & Culture
Meet up at our meeting point
- BTS Station (Any Station)
- Hotel lobby (in Bangkok area)
Heading to Ayutthaya will take approximately 2 hours by using the express way. In this way, we can enjoy the views along the way with our driver, and me, your local guide!
First place to visit: Wat Yai Chaimongkhon Temple. This is the biggest pagoda in the whole of Ayutthaya. Also known as “The Monastery of Auspicious Victory”, it is where we will make merit together!
The next place we'll go to is Wat Ratchaburana Temple. This is where lies the tomb where tremendous treasures were believed to be stored. We will climb down inside the monument as well!
Tourists from around the world also come to Wat Maha That Temple to see Buddha's head, entwined in the roots of a Bodhi tree. The ruins was where the kingdom's Supreme King lived. There is also a huge pagoda which stores the relics of the Lord Buddha.
Let's have lunch (at your own expense) at the riverside restaurant (open air and air-conditioned) with a combination of Thai food and drinks. There is also clean toilet available :)
Long-tail boat ride time! Take our private local long-tail boat along the 3 rivers that surround the Ayutthaya Capital Island. We will stop to feed fish to make merit in front of the temple's riverbank. Then, we'll drive though the famous ancient ruins.
Wat Chaiwattanaram Temple is our next place to visit. This temple follows the concepts of the Khmer mountain temples of Angkor to symbolize the universe in Buddhist and Hindu cosmology. These ruins are perfect for some photo opportunities!
Time for some walk! We'll stroll around the biggest reclining Buddha in Ayutthaya. Let's walk together to the Smiling Buddha and the Ruins Tower!
The last place we'll visit is Wat Phra Sri Sanphet Temple. Here consists the three large bell shaped stupas (or chedis) standing on an elevated platform. It was a Royal Temple without resident monks in the Grand Palace Area. Feel free to take pictures!
Time to go back Bangkok! Around 16:00 to 17:00 depending on how long we spend time in the city. The way back should also take around 2 hours.
Arrive to Bangkok with safely ;)
Vegetarian Food Available
Transportation fares are included.
Admission fees are included.
Meals are excluded
More details about price conditions
Why this trip?
More Places. More knowledge. More experience. More fun. More fabulous photos.
Private Driver and Tour Guide.
Things to prepare for the trip
Please note we will entering the Buddha area. Wearing not too shot. Woman have Shawl (scarf) to cover your open shoulder dress code.
Please kindly apply Sun screen, prepare sun protections; sun glasses, umbrella, others
Medical congenital disease.
- Hotel Pickup in Bangkok Area
- Any Station
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Exhausting but Awesome
Polly and her teammate were really nice, funny, available and the most kind. We had a great experience with them, really exhausting (physically speaking) but really great. I recommend them to everyone who have interest in knowing Ayutthaya back and forward.
July 7, 2018
Truly worth it!
For my mom and I to have enjoyed learning about Ayutthaya on site despite the sweltering heat, Polly and the tour was really effective and wonderful.
June 2, 2018
Knowledge, fun, wonderful
Prayutsook was fantastic! She know a lot about the history and could answer all of our questions. She was very fun to be about as well making the dah trip super enjoyable!
Additoonally, she knew exactly where to take the best photos. She took 70 photos of my gf and me--they are some of the best photos we have together.
Cant recommend Prayutsook enough!
May 16, 2018
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