Songkran Festival Water Battle & Ayutthaya Floating Market Day Tour from Bangkok

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  • 1 Day(s) Duration
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  • Minimum 6 Travelers
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  • 29 Aug 2018
    Great tour! You can visit a town which was a great capital in the ancient times. You can also enjoy water battle with colour painted elephants

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The Songkran Festival is the wettest and wildest festival in Thailand, with locals going all-out to celebrate and welcome the Thai New Year. Join in on the fun as you go on a full day tour to the historic city of Ayutthaya from Bangkok! From the meet up point at Century Mall, you'll take a trip to Thailand's ancient capital and make your first stops at Wat Phanan Choeng and Wat Yai Chai Mongkhon. Participate in the traditional carrying of sand to the temple and help build your very own sand pagoda, and sit back as you watch the monks perform bathing rites of the Buddha images around the temples. From there, you'll be taken to Ayutthaya Floating Market, where you can grab a bite to eat as you watch an entertaining Thai cultural show. Your tour continues with a visit to three of the most important temples in Ayutthaya - Wat Mahathat, Wat Phra Si Sanphet and Wat Lokayasutharam - where the real fun of the Songkran celebrations begin! Get ready to get wet and cool down in the midst of the summer heat as the locals drag you into their water fights, and watch the elephants join in the fun, too! As the day turns into night, you'll be brought to a local night market where you can try Thai food and snacks before you make your way back safely to Bangkok.

Buddha bathing rites
Watch the monks bathe Buddha images around Wat Phanan Choeng and Wat Yai Chai Mongkhon
Ayutthaya Floating Market
Take a break at the Ayutthaya Floating Market
Songkran Festival water fight
Participate in a wet and wild water fight around ancient temple grounds
songkran water gun
Arm yourself with a water gun of your own, and a pouch to keep valuables dry!
Wat Lokayasutharam
Don't miss a photo op with the giant reclining Buddha at Wat Lokayasutharam!
Activity Information


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  • 8:30am meet up at Century Mall (BTS Victory Monument station) in Bangkok
  • 10:00am visit Wat Phanan Choeng and Wat Yai Chai Mongkhon
  • 12:00pm Ayutthaya Floating Market (lunch at own expense)
  • 2:00pm visit Wat Mahathat, Wat Phra Si Sanphet, Wat Lokayasutharam
  • Join the water fight with locals
  • Change and freshen up after water fight
  • 6:00pm stop by night market for food and snacks
  • 6:30pm depart Ayutthaya
  • 8:00pm approx. drop off at original meeting point in Bangkok


  • Songkran special tour is only available from 13-15 April
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What To Bring:

  • Change of clothes
  • Towel
Additional Information

Additional Information:

  • Children aged 0-2 and not occupying a seat can join the tour for free
  • Children aged 3+ will be charged the same price as adults
  • This tour is available in English, Chinese, or Korean. Please specify your preferred language at check out
  • Ladies are required to cover up to enter the temples. Please wear long pants and a long sleeved shirt or bring something to wrap around you
  • A minimum of 6 participants is required for the tour to push through. If the minimum number of travelers for this join in tour is not met, you will be contacted via email at least 24 hours before your scheduled tour
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  • You can present either a printed or a mobile voucher for this activity

Meet Up Information:

  • Time: 8:30am (please arrive 10 minutes in advance for check in)
  • Location: Klook sign outside the entrance of Century Mall, opposite King Power Bangkok Rangnam
  • Address: Phayathai Rd, Khwaeng Thanon Phaya Thai, Khet Ratchathewi, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10400. Please see map

How To Get There:

  • Take the BTS to Victory Monument station, leave the station using Exit 2 and walk straight ahead for approximately 100 metres

Century Mall

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  • No cancelations, refunds or changes can be made
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Reviews (5) 4.2
  • JI CHANG 13 Sep 2018
    The tour guider is nice, however we didn't see the elephant playing water as it was too later when we went there in the afternoon. we had a nice time at night
  • Fung 29 Aug 2018
    Great tour! You can visit a town which was a great capital in the ancient times. You can also enjoy water battle with colour painted elephants
  • cheng wei 1 May 2018
    Feeling really good, welcome everyone to go ~~~~~, certain department will regret, only the tour guide professional is weak
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  • HUI-CHUN 24 Apr 2018
    The tour guide was very careful and responsible. He went to the Ayutthaya Temple and introduced it in great detail. However, the lunch was taken to the restaurant where he worked with klook. Although the meal was not unpalatable, after all, he had to pay for the restaurant but was not able to choose it. There were no sandstones or rituals written in the book. There were bath buddhas during the visits to the temple. In the afternoon, they thought that they would ride a tuk tuk car to play splashing water. They would put you on the side of the road and put you down to play... This is the usual way to go. There is no difference between playing with splashing water. There are also mentions that elephants will join in to increase the atmosphere. It is thought that elephants will pour water on the street to pray. But in fact there is an elephant at the entrance to the floating market, and the staff will ride it to photograph the tourists. Spraying water, if the elephant does not do it, it will take a wooden stick (with a nail above it) to hook the elephant's ear. The nail will pierce the elephant's skin and force the elephant. It seems that only the elephant feels distressed. It is only responsible for water spray, a sugar cane that is eaten by visitors and eaten on the outside, and tourists are on the outside. There is no feeling of blessing. The floating market is small, nothing special.
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  • JENCHUN 20 Apr 2018
    This tour guide Min is very kind, to each location will help us take pictures, some history and culture are also introduced in detail.
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