What you'll do
Once upon a time, the Kingdom of Thailand was called Siam, whose first capital was Sukhothai in the north. Its second capital, a splendid site of prang (towers) and gigantic monasteries, was located not far from Bangkok. Ayutthaya was its name, and it flourished from the 14th to the 18th centuries deep in the country’s central plains. On this day trip to Thailand’s history, we’ll roam the ancient capital of Ayutthaya as well as visit the Bang Pa-In Royal Palace along the way. We’ll enjoy lunch at the Ayutthaya Floating Market (own expense), known for its great food, dramatic theatre, and a beautiful setting. Afterwards, we’ll visit the main temples of the archeological park.
Hello, my name is Nice and I was born and raised in Thailand! One of my passions is to take people around and tell them about my country and culture. Along with my other tour guide friends, Bonnie (who has a lot of experience showing tourists around), Sam (who is highly knowledgeable about Thailand's history), and Kwan (who knows how to take awesome photos), we want to provide you with an authentic experience that you'll never forget. Join our tours, see things from our perspective, and allow us to show you our home our way. We look forward to meeting you!
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Where you'll be
Bang Pa-In Royal Palace, Ayutthaya Floating Market, Wat Mahathat, Wat Mongkol Borpit, Wat Phrasri Samphet, Wat Chaiwatthanaram
Things to keep in mind
Any experience can be cancelled and fully refunded within 24 hours of purchase.
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Up to 10 guests ages 6 and up can attend.
Visitors are required to cover up to enter the temples. Please wear long sleeved shirt and long pants or bring something to cover up. Please bring cash for personal expenses, lunch and entrance fees.
Explore the Ancient City of Ayutthaya