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Tour 3: AYUTTHAYA |ONE DAY TRIP|
- Depart for Ayutthaya by Van
- Arrive at the Bang Pa-In Summer Palace built during the Ayutthaya era. The palace is beautifully decorated in both traditional Chinese and European style.
- Arrive at Ayutthaya, the Ancient City, which was the former Thai capital for over 400 years. Nowadays the glory and the beauty of the grand palace and temples of its past has vanished, leaving merely a glimpse of ruins, despite this it is a good reflection of the past.
- Visir Wat Yai Chai Mongkhon this temples lofty chedi is visible from most of the town. The monastery was built in 1900 by King U-thong who granted the temple with the name Wat Pa Kaew. The intention was to create a center of Buddhist studies (Ceylonese Sect). As the temple used to be headed by a patriarch, local people also called it Wat Chao Phraya Thai. The present name was given granted to the temple by King Nares to commemorate a battle fought against the Crown Prince of Burma in 1592. The chedi itself now has a distinct tilt, but still can be entered via the stairs. The Ubosot or ordination hall is windowless but ventilated by pierced holes stretching down the roof on both walls. Also situated in the compound is King Naresuans statue, which is highly revered by Thais.
- Lunch at Restaurant
- Transfer to Siam Paragon shopping center.
- Visit Wat Maha That Over 600 years old, Wat Maha That was the heart and soul of the Ayutthaya people. It was almost completely destroyed by the Burmese during Thai-Burmese war.
- Visit Wat Phra Si Sanphet In 1491, Wat Phra Si Sanphet was located inside the compound of the Grand Palace-the foundations of which are still visible-and served as the royal chapel, as Wat Phra Kaeo does in Bangkok. This Wang Lung Palace (Royal Palace) was built by King U-Thong upon the founding of the city. Used as a residential palace, it became a monastery in the reign of King Ramathibodi I. When King Borom Trai Lokanat commanded the construction of new living quarters, this residential palace was transformed into a temple, and the establishment of Wat Phra Si Sanphet.
- Transfer to Hotel
Remark: This program subject to change upon the unexpected situation and for the travelerís safety.
|No. of person
|Private||USD 170||USD 140||USD 115||USD 105|
- Private van transportation upon program.
- Meals as mentioned in program ( 1 Lunch)
- All Entrance fee upon program.
- Accident Insurance 1,000,000 Baht/Person.
- English speaking guide.
Price is not include
- Air Ticket
- Government tax 7% and deduct holding Tax 3%
- Personal expense such as Telephone, soft drinks etc.
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