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Private Tour: Ayutthaya Day Trip from Bangkok
"After pickup from your Bangkok hotel get comfortable in your private minivan for the drive to the ancient capital of Ayutthaya. Your tour begins at one of Ayutthaya’s oldest markets where you'll sample traditional boat noodles from a local vendor among other authentic bites. Next visit emblematic temples such as Wat Yai Chai Mongkol with its 196-foot-tall (60-meter) stupa. See the ancient ruins of Buddha images at Wat Mahathat (Temple of the Great Relics) and stop by Ayutthaya’s most historically important temple Wat Phra Si Sanphet. Then savor lunch aboard a docked rice barge on the Chao Phraya River.In the afternoon
From THB2,800.00
 
Half-Day Ayutthaya City Cultural Bike Tour
"This half-day bicycle tour is designed to be fun and educational and is suitable for all abilities. Your guide takes you around Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya (the Sacred City of Ayutthaya) the old Siam royal capital from 1350 to 1767.Ayutthaya offered a variety of geographical and economic advantages by the gathering of three rivers the Chao Phraya the Pasak and the Lopburi. From a small fortified island-city the city grew into a powerful kingdom. In its heyday Thai culture and commerce flourished
From THB950.00
 
Ayutthaya Day Trip from Bangkok Including River Cruise and Lunch
"Leave the busy city life behind as you head towards the ancient city of Ayutthaya by your pickup vehicle. Travel back into the past as you stroll through the magnificent ruins of Ayutthaya. A UNESCO World Heritage Site Ayutthaya has the some historic temples and palaces along the shores of Chao Phraya River. As you follow your guide through this ancient iconic place you will see weather-worn ruins of pointed prang (reliquary towers) and gigantic monasteries offer an idea of the city's past glory.Visit Wat Maha Tat a massive Buddhist Temple compound. You will find numerous headless Buddha Statues and remains of Royal Villas. Many relics of old religious building can also be found here. You can't miss out on the huge Buddha head surrounded by many entangled roots of ornate buildings with columned porticos and romantic marble statues of graceful female figures this captivating view is never disappointing.Once you proceed to the river's edge board the cruise that will take down the Chao Phraya River towards the Bangkok City. Settle down with mouth-watering local Thai delicacies. Enjoy your delicious meal while you witness the wonder of nature pass by. A lush green countryside view gradually
From $75.00

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Italian Style Bridge

This Italian style bridge is made by an Italian inspiration architecture. From the other side of the area you can see that's it's pretty cute to look at with those stateus that makes it even more...
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Porcelain

This big porcelain jar is eye catching! I saw this infront of the Ho Hem Monthian Thewarat. I guess, the water in the side is for peace offering in there as I also saw ladies in the side that has a...
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Ho Hem Monthian Thewarat

I was sneaking out again to take this photo as the guide would just said, you will be back there and take photo's next time! But, I never mind him..might forget to take one after all. Anyway,...
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Greeny

From a far..you will noticed that the summer palace is very clean and well maintained sightseeing..The man made lake is very clean and fresh air it is! The photo is a victorian made building but I...
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Lakes

There were too many opps for photo again! And the greeny grass makes it more lovely to look at that the trees and the color of the sky makes it even more pretty. Though, I was concious about the sky...
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Ho Withun Thasana (Sages' Lookout)

This structure, which resembles a seaside lighthouse, was built in 1881as a lookout for observing the surrounding countryside.
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Palace Gardens and Topiary ( 4 photos)

The outer palace open to the public contains a large area of garden with sculpted plants in the form of animals, including of course elephants.
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Aisawan Thipphaya-at Pavillion

This Thai temple in the middle of the lake is the only building at Bang-Pa In in the classic Thai style was built for King Chulalongkorn in 1876. It is certainly well-placed for pictures!
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A general view ...

As you enter the summer palace grounds you will see this lake on your left with the palace built by King Chulalongkorn in 1876 in the distance. The palace's front is on the river.
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Detail of a door at Wehat Chamrun Hall

No pictures are permitted inside Wehat Chamrun so I had to satisfy myself with details of the outside. The Chinese style is very evident in this carved door.
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The topiary elephants ...

The "elephant family" done in topiary form is one of the charming highlights of the gardens at Bang-Pa In.
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Check the map at the entrance

You will also be given a brochure with a map, but the overview is always easiest before you are in the middle of things! The map shows how close the grounds are to the river.
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Guard on Post.

I saw many of them in any corner of the palace and they are well dressed in their uniforms and of course willing and able to stand straight whole day.
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