Dress Code for Temples
6:30hrs. Hotel pick-up is available from most central Bangkok hotels.
07:00hrs. Depart form Bangkok to Ayutthaya by air-conditioned mini-bus will whisk you off to visit the ancient city of Ayutthaya, which north of Bangkok. For 417 years, it was the capital of southern Thailand (then known as Siam). In the 16th century, awestruck foreign traders described it as one of the biggest and wealthiest cities in the East.
08:30hrs. Visit the Bang Pa-Inn Summer Palace, it consists of many royal buildings built in many contrasting Architectural styles; predominantly – Thai, Chinese, Italian and Victorian. Bang Pa-Inn (the Summer Palace). Built in the 17th and restored in the 19th century. The palace architecture is a fusion of both Southeast Asian and European design. Stroll around the majestic buildings and vast gardens, set around a grand ornamental pond.
09:45hrs. Visit Wat Yai Chaimongkon, you can see its giant Pagodas, built to celebrate the King’s single-handed victory on elephant back, in a battle during the time Ayutthaya was the capital of Thailand.
12:30hrs. Lunch at a riverside restaurant or similar.
13:15hrs. Go on to see Arrival at Ayutthaya, a World Heritage City and historic capital of Thailand. Visit Wat Mahatad, the royal monastery, served as the residence of the Supreme Monk. Wat Phrasrisanphet, the largest and most important temple complex in Ayutthaya. It was used as a residential palace. Wihan Phramongkhon Bophit, the large bronze Buddha image was originally enshrined in the open area outside the grand palace and later covered by a building called Wihan.
14:30hrs. Depart from Ayutthaya and drop you back to you hotel in Bangkok.
16:30hrs. Arrival in Bangkok and transfer back to your hotel
- Time and Program are subjected to change without advance notice due to the guide or driver’s consideration under an unexpected circumstance