SJB17 Ayutthaya World Heritage Tour
Every day Morning: 06.30 A.M. To 15.00 P.M.
- Pick up from hotel depart for Bang Pa-in
- Bang Pa-in Palace: Originally, there was a riverine island. When Prasat Thong became the Ayuttaya king (1630-1655) The palace contains five important buildings as follow;
- PhraThinangAisawanThippa-at, Thai design castle pavilion stands in the middle of the lake.
- PhraThinangWarophatPhiman,occupies the original site of the Pavilion built during King Mongkut’s reign. It was two storied. One used as the King’s apartment, the other as a reception hall.
- PhraThinangUthayanPhumisathian, was almost totally destroyed by fire in 1938. Formerly used as a highwater season residence, only a few bricks remain.
- PhraThinangWehatChamrun, is a Chinese-style building where the court generally resided during the rainy and cool seasons.
- PhraThinangWithunThatsana, is an observatory standing on a small island between PhraThinangUthayan and PhraThinangWehatChamrun from which a commanding view of surrounding countryside.
- WatNiwetThammaprawat, a remarkable building constructed during King Chulalongkorn’s time on the outer is land. The temple was built in Gothic style, resembling a Christian church.
- WatPhra Si Sanphet: This is the most important temple within the Royal Palace compound and corresponds to The Emerald Buddha Temple in Bangkok’s Grand Palace.
- Lunch at restaurant
- WatYaiChaimongkol: This temple is also called “ Wat Chao Phraya Thai” It was built By King U-Thong in 1357 for meditation.
- WihanPhraMongkhonBophit : The principal Buddha image is one of Thailand’s largest bronze
Images. Many small Buddha were also discovered. The Wihan was destroyed when the Burmese sacked Ayuttaya in 1767 and was rebuilt in 1956 in its original style.
- At the end of tour will be visit to local product store.
Price: 1,300 Baht / person / Join with group
Tour includes: Transportation / All admission fee as in the itinerary / Lunch /English Speaking Guide
Tour Excluded: Personal expenses / Option Tour
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