Ayutthaya, Thailand – Mar 2016

While I was still staying in Thailand, we took advantage of discovering more of its tourist places.

To begin with, let’s discover and learn more about a little of its history by visiting Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya, also known as The Ruins – which was attacked by Burmese army in 1767 who burned the city to the ground.

Going around Ayutthaya seems to be a bit hard. So, we have decided to join a group tour. After some research, we saw Canary Travel.

The current Tour Price is at THB900-1050 per person. But since we paid in full and in cash, we just paid THB750 per person. The tour is a full day city tour including lunch and a bottled water for each of us.

Itinerary is as below:

07.00 AM

  • Pick up/Meet up
  • Departure from Bangkok to Ayutthaya or Ancient City.
  • Wat Yai Chai Mongkhon. Which was built by King U Thong in 1357 for meditation.
  • Ancient Palace and Wat Phra Si Samphet
  • Vihan Phra Mongkol Bopit, one of the largest bronze Buddhas in Thailand.
  • Wat Lokayasutha, the image of reclining Buddha.

12.30 PM

  • Lunch at restaurant en route. Thai food was served.
  • Wat Phra Mahathat. Located in front of the Grand Palace.
  • Last stop – the captivating Bang Pa Inn Summer Palace
  • Return to Bangkok

17.00 PM

  • Arrive in Bangkok.

Remark: Itinerary Tour subject to change without prior notice.

Sharing you some photos of our full day Ayutthaya trip:

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It was nice seeing and learning  a bit of Thailand’s history. Hope you could also get a chance to more of its beauty!

 

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