Tour Code: AY-02
Ayutthaya Cruise tour introduces you to Ayutthaya, an old capital of Thailand which offers historical and architectural heritage and the beautiful Bang Pa-In Summer Palace. Visit Ayutthaya to see the temple ruins since the 14th and 16th centuries. On the return journey to Bangkok, enjoy the superb lunch buffet and the fascinating sceneries along the Chao Phraya River banks. Absolutely a memorable experience!
Duration: Full Day
Type: Join Tour
07.00 -07.30 Pick up at major hotels in Bangkok (pickup time will be confirmed by reservation) and depart Bangkok by air- conditioned coach
09.00 Arrive at the Bang Pa-In Summer Palace, originally built by an Ayutthaya King in 17th Century and has been restored and maintained by Thai Kings until today. One of the main highlights of the Bang Pa-In Palace is Pavilion in the lake named “Aisawan Dhipaya Asana Pavilion” also known as the “Divine Seat of Personal Freedom”.
11.00 Visit Wat Phrasrisanphet, the city’s largest temple built in 14th Century and used as the royal temple-cum-palace by several kings, Viharn Phra Monkol Bopit and Wat Mahathat. These are most important temples of Ayutthaya.
13.00 Welcome on board to the luxurious cruise at Wat Chong Lom. Enjoy a delightful lunch, a variety of oriental and western dishes. After lunch relax on the decks and enjoy the breathtaking scenery along the Chaophraya River banks.
15.00 Treat your pleasant afternoon with a coffee break and cruise back to Bangkok. The cruise is passing the enchanting sights of the Chao Phraya riverbanks, The Royal Grand Palace, Temple of the Emerald Buddha, The Reclining Buddha Temple, the Temple Of Dawn and world-class 5 stars hotel as you are reaching the River City Pier.
16.00 Arrive at the River City Pier.
All the way throughout your trip, expert guides will explain the history and legends of the respective sights.
Please Contact Us for private tour / group booking
Price: Join Tour only (THB)
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