Ayutthaya & Bang Pa-In Summer Palace Full-Day Tour
             

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Description:
                Explore the former capital of Siam on a full-day tour of the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Ayutthaya, one of Thailand's most majestic highlights. Serving as the Thai capital for 417 years (1350 - 1767), Ayutthaya was a city to rival the great European capitals of its day, and was noted for its impressive palaces and temples.Some of the sights you will see include Wat Maha That, Wat Na Phra Mane, Wat Lokayasutharam, and Bang Pa-In, the last built as a summer retreat during the 19th and 20th centuries for King Rama V and King Rama VI. The palace is still in use today by the Thai Royal Family.Following a pick-up from select hotels in Bangkok, depart by air-conditioned coach and drive past lush green paddy fields. Upon arrival, tour the Bang Pa-In Summer Palace, first used by the royal court as a summer retreat in the 17th century. Most of the buildings that exist today date from the reign of King Rama V. The structures represent a variety of architectural styles, and are set in a large park around ponds and waterways.Continue to Wat Maha That, thought to have been built before the Ayutthaya Period, around the 14th century. The laterite pagodas are belonging to the Lopburi Period.
               When Ayutthaya collapsed for the second time, all the temples, palaces, and most of the city were destroyed. But the Wat Na Phra Mane temple survived. It contains the most complete works of art from the Ayutthaya Period, especially in the main shrine, while the Chapel Hall is one of the largest in Ayutthaya. You will also explore Wat Lokayasutharam, an abandoned temple featuring a large Reclining Buddha.Depart Wat Lokayasutharam for a cruise back to Bangkok along the mighty Chao Phraya River. Relax on board the air-conditioned River Sun boat, taking in scenes of everyday Bangkok life as well as significant Thai landmarks. A delicious Thai buffet lunch will be served as you cruise, followed by tea and coffee. Arrive in Bangkok at approximately 15:30 for the transfer back to your hotel.
What's Included:
• Hotel pick-up and drop-off
• Sightseeing tour as outlined
• English-speaking guide
• Transportation by air-conditioned coach
• Chao Phraya river cruise
• Buffet lunch and water
What's Not Included:
• Tips

Good to Know:
• During this tour, appropriate attire is required: no shorts, flip flops, slippers, or open toe shoes. Shoulders must be covered. T-shirts are permitted, but no culottes or 3/4 pants, no figure hugging clothes, exercise wear, no sports wear (ie. tracksuits), and no see-through clothing. Ladies can wear trousers (to the ankle). Jeans are allowed for both men and women. If you wish to wear shorts for the tour, a sarong or similar may have to be worn at certain points.


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