The trail of Ayutthaya is the tale of Siamese Kings from the 14th century, the places will give a contrast that you can feel to the time of the glory of the old capital especially the existence of the stunning temples and palaces awaiting you to experience.
The city of Ayutthaya was an old capital of Thailand from 1350 - 1767, the Bang-Pa-In summer palace was built as a royal retreat site by King Prasart Thong of Ayutthaya and is rebuilt by the Kings of Siam of the present dynasty. The historic
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Bang Pa-In the modern King's retreat built during 1872-1880 the time of which the Western-influenced the Kingdom, the King's throne halls were once used as an audience, reception, and living chambers then continue on driving to the main spot where the legacy of all kings of Ayutthaya begin.
Wat Yaichaimongkon founded in the 14th century the huge bell shape pagoda was standout can be seen over long distances and grants visitors to climb up.
Wat Prasisanpet is a former royal temple built in 1488 with its precinct adjoined to the palace where all kings resided.
Wat Mahathat built in the year 1374, a standout temple is known by tourists for the Buddha's head entwined by the root of the trees including other ruined monuments that had been left behind after the fall of this capital in 1767. Finally, you will be taken back to Bangkok.
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Guide fee, hotel pick-up, private transport.
lunch, entrance fee.
No special conditions needed so far.
Stop for lunch will be included during the tour.
I asked him for a airport pick up service of dawn time, plus morning tour in a private car. It was too last minute when I requested, but he found me a good-harted Japanese speaking guide. Also the driver was good, with luxury car and safe driving. Morning visit brought us greate benefit of time-saving without car congestion, finally made it possible to go to Maeklong railroad markent, floating market, and Kanayn (long-necked) kadies' little village in a park within 6 hours. Much appreciated for his perfect arrangement.
Thank you very much. Hope to be able to meet you next opportunity.