Ayutthaya Day Tour From Bangkok By River Sun Cruise



An interesting day tour to Ayutthaya from Bangkok, going by A/C coach and returning by River Sun Cruise.  Buffet Lunch is served on board.


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Tour Code: BKK-13A
Departure: Every Day
Destination: Bangkok, Thailand
Duration: Full Day
Meal: Lunch


Program:

06:00-06:30  Pick up tourists at different hotels in Bangkok city center

7.00 Check-in at the River City Shopping Complex, Si Phraya.

7.30 Depart by coach from the River City Shopping Complex.

9.00 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.

10.30 Arrive at the Ayutthaya, the Ancient City, which was the former Thai capital for over 400 years. the glory and the beauty of the grand palace and Temples in the past has vanished.
- Wat Maha That: Over 600 years old, It was almost completely destroyed by the Burmese during Thai-Burmese war.
- Wat Na Phra Mane: Remains in perfect condition, as it was used as the Burmese headquarters.
- Wat Lokayasutharam: Enshrines a Reclining Buddha Image which was built during The Early Period of the Ayutthaya Region.

12.30 Depart Wat Lokayasutharam for the River Sun Cruise, at the Wat Chong Lom Pier in Nonthaburi Province.

Buffet Lunch:
“Delicious Meals served in the luxurious surroundings of the cruise boat”.
- A full menu of Thai and European cuisines, desserts, seasonal fruits, coffee and tea.

15.30 (approx) Arrive at the River City Complex Pier, Si Phraya. and then transfer tourists back to the hotel


Include:

  • Transportation - Going by A/C Coach and Returning by Cruise
  • Sightseeing as described
  • English-speaking guide
  • Buffet Lunch
  • All admission fees


Remarks:

  • In case your hotel is out of pick up and drop off route, the nearest possible meeting point and pick up time will be suggested.


General Terms and Conditions

  • The given time frame is an estimate timing only and can deviate due to traffic, road conditions, weather, pace of tourists and/or any unforeseen reason



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