An Ayutthaya Adventure is the only way to go if you really want to experience the full extent of Thailand. Because it's here where you'll get the feeling you're in another world so vastly different to the cultures of western society. I cannot fully express the absolute emotion you'll gain when you first lay eyes on this ancient part of Thailand.
You simply have to add it to your itinerary when next in this neck of the woods. However, if I've managed to capture your attention, then perhaps I can show you an easier way to discover some of the more exotic sides to this welcoming land full of friendly people only too willing to show you around. I have partnered with an international tour company to offer you several tour options.
Whether you want to opt for luxury or you'd like to keep it simple, below you'll find various guided day tours to Ayutthaya from Bangkok, as well as river cruises, bicycle trips and local cultural tours to inspire you Anything and everything is possible here in Thailand. Just enjoy and have fun. And with that, I wish you all a safe and pleasant journey.
Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya covers an area of some 2,556 square kilometres and is located in the flat river plain of the Chao Phraya River valley. The presence of the Lop Buri and Pa Sak rivers makes this region a major rice farming area and a great sightseeing opportunity.
Enjoy a full day private tour of Ayutthaya from Bangkok while getting the best service. Next to experiencing a cozy boat cruise, you're going to feast your eyes on many places of interest such as Bang Pa-In Summer Palace, Wat Phra Mahathat and Wat Mongkhon Bophit.
How would you like to explore the former capital of Bangkok with a professional English speaking guide on a one-day private tour? On this Ayutthaya Adventure, you'll get to visit the most beautiful temple of all known as Wat Chaiwatthanaram. You'll also visit Wat Mahathat where you'll find the tree that contains within it the face of Buddha.
Then it's on to the marvellous Bang Pa-In Summer Palace where royalty sometimes take their vacations. The tour duration is flexible from between seven to nine hours depending on your hotel location and traffic condition at Bangkok. Simply click the link above for details.
Let's take the worry and stress out of your vacation on this 8-Day Bangkok and Ayutthaya adventure. You'll have your own personal English speaking tour guide as well as your own driver and private car.
We'll take you to the most worthwhile scenic points on this epic journey including the Grand Palace and Wat Traimit in Bangkok before heading to Damnoen Saduak floating market, an elephant camp and Wat Chaiwatthanaran in Ayutthaya. Does this sound good to you?
Explore the World Heritage–listed Historic City of Ayutthaya by bike on a full-day tour from Bangkok including lunch. This easy ride around the ancient capital of Siam follows flat terrain and includes transport to Bang Pa-in and a ferry ride across the Chao Phraya River. You'll cycle past local villages lining the riverbank and visit must-see temples such as Wat Chaiwatthanaram. This small-group tour is limited to 10 people and provides a personalized experience with an informative guide.
This guided day tour will take you to the marvellous Ayutthaya, the ancient capital of Siam. Ayutthaya is located 50 miles (80 kilometres) from Bangkok, the original capital of Thailand. You'll visit the Summer Palace, Wat Mahathat (where you will see the beautiful face of Buddha wrapped in the roots of an ancient tree), Wiharn Mongkol Borpit and Wat Pha Si Sanphet (Royal Place). To end the day, you'll return to Bangkok on a leisurely river cruise on which to admire the beautiful nature and countryside of this area of Thailand.
How about a private 1 Day Ayutthaya adventure tour, UNESCO World Heritage Site with a small boat tour along the river in Ayutthaya? You'll get a pickup from your hotel in Bangkok and travel to Ayutthaya by private air-conditioned vehicle with licensed Thai Tour guide.
You'll visit the local market where you'll learn and experience Thai culture and the lifestyle here. You'll visit the ancient temple ruins including Wat Yai Chai Mongkol, Wat Mahathat and Wat Phra Si Sanphet, the highlights of the Ayutthaya Historical Park.
You'll have a Thai lunch at a local restaurant as well as a chance to taste Ayutthaya's famous desserts before enjoying a sightseeing tour on a boat around the island of Ayutthaya's Historical Park. After which, you'll return to your hotel in Bangkok by air-conditioned vehicle.
Here's a magical opportunity to explore Thailand’s rural heartland on board an award-winning converted teak rice barge. This trip will take you from Bangkok to Ayutthaya where you'll get to enjoy an eco-friendly bike tour exploring the marvels of Ayutthaya's Historical Park and a visit to the main temples here. You'll board the Thanatharee Cruise, a unique teak wood boat, and cruise along the Chao Praya River while enjoying a tasty Thai lunch all the while admiring the beautiful views of Ayutthaya. In the afternoon, you'll continue visiting the nearby rural areas before your transfer back to Bangkok. This boat tour can accommodate a maximum of 16 persons per departure.
This Mekhala boat cruise offers you a Chao Phraya River journey between Bangkok and Ayutthaya. The Mekhala is a collection of three elegantly restored and beautifully crafted rice barges. The barges provide the setting for an overnight relaxing river cruise between Bangkok and the UNESCO world heritage city of Ayutthaya. The cruise gives you an opportunity to revisit ancient Siam and see a charming way of life of the local people along the Chao Phraya River.
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Your host Grahame (Yep! that's me) from Luxury Thailand Travel says he'd really appreciate your kind support. Simply take your next tour by selecting any one of the many excursions listed on the left side of this page. Here's wishing you a safe trip and a happy and exciting holiday.
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