Temples Of Ayutthaya - 1 Day

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The day begins at 7:30 AM picked up at your lodging with our roomy Isuzu SUV.

About 10 AM we arrive at Bang Pa-In Royal Palace, also known as the Summer Palace, historical residence of the Siamese monarchs; in an hour’s tour we will visit Wehart Chamrunt (Heavenly Light), a Chinese-style royal palace and throne room; the Warophat Phiman (Excellent and Shining Heavenly Abode), a royal residence; Ho Withun Thasana (Sages’ Lookout), a brightly painted lookout tower; and the Aisawan Thiphya-Art (Divine Seat of Personal Freedom), a pavilion constructed in the middle of a pond.

Around 11:30 AM we arrive at Wat Yai Chai Mongkhon, the Great Monastery of Auspicious Victory; an active Bhuddist monastery whose great chedi was built to celebrate the King Naresuan’s 1592 defeat of the Burmese Army at Nong Sarai by killing the Burmese Crown Prince in single-handed combat mounted on elephants.

Lunch will be taken from noon to 1 PM.

After lunch we head to Wat Maha That, the Monastery of the Great Relic; one of the oldest and most significant temples in Thailand and a UNESCO World Heritage Site, as well as the home of the famous Buddha head contained in a tree!

After you visit Wat Maha That we’ll return to our vehicle around 2 PM and head back to Bangkok, dropping you off at your lodgings around 5 PM.

This is a privately chauffeured tour, so all times and stops can be adjusted to suit participants’ interests!

Bang Pa-In Royal Palace, also known as the Summer Palace, is the historical residence of the Siamese monarchs.

Wat Yai Chai Mongkhon, the Great Monastery of Auspicious Victory, is an impressive edifice and active Buddhist monastery

Wat Maha That, the Monastery of the Great Relic, is one of the oldest and most significant temples in Thailand.

Day 1
Temples Of Ayutthaya

The day begins at 7:30 AM picked up at your lodging with our roomy Isuzu SUV.

About 10 AM we arrive at Bang Pa-In Royal Palace, also known as the Summer Palace, historical residence of the Siamese monarchs; in an hour’s tour we will visit Wehart Chamrunt (Heavenly Light), a Chinese-style royal palace and throne room; the Warophat Phiman (Excellent and Shining Heavenly Abode), a royal residence; Ho Withun Thasana (Sages’ Lookout), a brightly painted lookout tower; and the Aisawan Thiphya-Art (Divine Seat of Personal Freedom), a pavilion constructed in the middle of a pond.

Around 11:30 AM we arrive at Wat Yai Chai Mongkhon, the Great Monastery of Auspicious Victory; an active Bhuddist monastery whose great chedi was built to celebrate the King Naresuan’s 1592 defeat of the Burmese Army at Nong Sarai by killing the Burmese Crown Prince in single-handed combat mounted on elephants.

Lunch will be taken from noon to 1 PM.

After lunch we head to Wat Maha That, the Monastery of the Great Relic; one of the oldest and most significant temples in Thailand and a UNESCO World Heritage Site, as well as the home of the famous Buddha head contained in a tree!

After you visit Wat Maha That we’ll return to our vehicle around 2 PM and head back to Bangkok, dropping you off at your lodgings around 5 PM.

This is a privately chauffeured tour, so all times and stops can be adjusted to suit participants’ interests!

Included

  • Pickup at your residence, all the water you need, entry fees for visited temples, and drop-off back at your residence

Extras

  • Meals
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What do I need to bring?

Comfortable shoes for walking; long pants and closed shoes for entering Buddhist temples

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Price From THB ฿ 2,000/person
2000
Total ฿ 2,000 THB

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79/336 Pathumwan Resort
Thanon Phaya Thai, Ratchathewi, Bangkok 10400

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