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Ayutthaya Day Trip and Roti-Sai-Mai Demonstration (Thai Traditional String Candy)
Free Hotel Pickup
Enjoy the local lifestyle and admire spectacular viewpoints
History & Culture
First, we'll visit the Bang Pa-In Royal Palace, known as the Summer Palace, where King Prasat Thong constructed the original complex in 1632.
Please be informed that you can take a stroll around the palace complex, but entering the buildings isn't allowed!
Visit Wat Niwet Thammaprawat Temple. Located on a small island, the Buddhist temple was uniquely built in a Gothic Revival style built in King Chulalongkorn's (Rama V) period.
Explore local market named Gong Khong Market. We can go shopping for some Thai traditional food, and handmade products crafted by local people.
Come and taste the recommended freshwater fish meal at a riverside restaurant! Come and experience the true taste of Ayutthaya!
Let's take you to see how to make a Thai traditional string candy which is a big hit in Ayutthaya. The locals call it the "Roti Sai Mai". You don't get to see this every day!
Le'ts start heading back to Bangkok!
We've reached the end of the day and let's go back to your hotel with a smile on your face :)
Transportation fares are included.
Admission fees are included.
Meals are included.
More details about price conditions
Why this trip?
You'll not only explore the ancient city but also the local livings. It's not easy to see the demonstration of a famous Thai traditional string candy, but I'm here to take you!
Things to prepare for the trip
- Hotel Pickup in Bangkok Area
- Don Mueang International Airport
- Mo Chit
- Chatuchak Park
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Natt was very accommodating
July 7, 2018
It was amazing
Nat was a great guide, very knowledgeable
July 4, 2018
Great Tour to Ayutthaya
Very courteous and timely. Great job driving us to Ayutthaya. Took lots of pictures for us. Carried my backpack for me. Highly recommend.
April 28, 2018
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