The Ayutthaya Experience takes you through the historical wonders of Thailand's ancient capital. Ayutthaya is dotted with ruins and grand temples, surrounded by the Chao Phraya, Pa Sak and Lop Buri Rivers, and filled with the aura of mystique and grandeur that truly reflects ancient Thailand. Stop by a 17th century summer palace, a fusion of Italian, Thai and Chinese architecture. Visit Wat Lokayasutharam, a huge reclining Buddha covered in saffron robes. Then drop by Wat Mahathat to search for the famous Buddha head entwined in tree roots, before having lunch at Ayutthaya Floating Market. Head to Wat Phra Si Sanphet, where the ashes of three Ayutthayan kings are enshrined within its pagodas. As the evening draws in, take a leisurely boat ride and soak up the views of the magnificent temple ruins, wrapping up your journey into olden Thailand.
Get out of bustling Bangkok and visit the sleepy town of Kanchanaburi! Satisfy your curiosity with a dose of culture as you explore the historical landmark. On this full day tour, witness the beat-up old streets symbolic to Kanchanaburi's tragedies and triumphs during World War II under the imperial rule of the Japanese. Begin the day early as you meet with your English or Chinese speaking guide at the Siam Paragon Mall. Just before noon, you will get to enjoy a sumptious local-style lunch before moving on towards the infamous Death Railway for scenic views of the River Kwai. Revisit your history lessons as you step on ground once more at the Ancient City Wall, where you'll find mini Angkor Wat monuments surrounding the park. Stroll around at the Historic Old Street––one of the last ancient pieces within Kanchanaburi––popular for its night markets and allied cemeteries. Dig deeper into Thailand's war chronicles as you recount the unfortunate events on a boat ride on River Kwai. End the tour with a relaxing walk on the River Kwai Bridge. Return to Bangkok filled with memories and new lessons from this insightful tour. Complete with guide and a round trip transfer service, Kanchanaburi is worth every mile traveled as you fall for its mythical charm.
Travel 80 kilometers north of Bangkok to visit the historic city of Ayutthaya. Ayutthaya is once the capital of the Kingdom of Siam-and now it's a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the most famous attractions in Thailand. In this tour, you'll visit Wat Yai Chaimongkhon or the Great Monastery of Auspicious Victory. Then you'll head over to Ayutthaya Floating Market, wher you'll enjoy a delicious lunch or marvel at the walkways around the water and the boats plying their trade straight from the deck. The next stop is the restored temple of Wat Phra Si Sanphet, which is considered the grandest temple in Ayutthaya. You'll also visit Wat Mahathat and Wat Chaiwattanaram, before you return to Bangkok and relish in Bangkok street food at a local restaurant! You can also visit Wat Lokayasutharam, Wat Ratchaburana, and Wat Mahathat in this tour.
Immerse yourself in the vibrant culture and unique traditions of Bangkok with this one day tour of the busy city! Meet up with your guide and group at the lobby of the Adagio Bangkok Hotel. Then head to Open House, a collective space at the Central Embassy and enjoy a quick but fun Thai language lesson that consists of everyday words and phrases to help you during your stay. Next, head to Chinatown and savor some delicious food at a traditional restaurant (at your own expense,) before you make your way to the Thailand Creative & Design Center. Known as the central hub for both aspiring and established Thai designers, you'll be able to check out exhibitions and read books that are sure to get your creative juices flowing. Travel back in time as you explore Lhong 1919, a new riverside hangout that combines old and new by repurposing old warehouses and even a Chinese shrine dating back to 1851 as eateries and art design shops. Your last stop for the day is Chang Chui Night Market. Check out the awesome wares that would make for perfect souvenirs, such as exclusive arts and crafts products, t-shirts, handbangs, and more, before heading to Mahanakhon and end the tour.
There are a lot of reasons why Bangkok is loved by almost all tourists; maybe because of its rich culture, well-preserved historical sites, lively wet markets, or even just the simple fact that the locals are friendly. Whatever those reasons are, you'll discover some of your own with this tour by Go Bangkok. Meet your English-speaking guide and fellow travelers at either 9:00am or 2:00pm, depending on your preference. Get your own e-Scooter throughout the tour for easier access through the back alleys, narrow streets, and heavy crowds of the bustling metropolis - shortcuts to your itinerary's destinations. Ride your way to the Old Customs House, a centuries-old government building by the river. Check out its ruins and discover the Haroon Mosque just a few feet behind the derelict infrastructure. Catch a glimpse of the city's Muslim community as you continue on to Chinatown, one of the largest of its kind in the world. Feel the restless energy of the cultural hub as you stroll farther along the major roads and into the flower and vegetable markets. From there, cross the Chao Phraya River via ferry transfers for direct entry to the historical sites of Bangkok. Explore Thonburi District, where the Princess Mother Memorial Park and the temples of Wat Prayoon, Wat Kalayanamitr, and Wat Aroon await. End the tour with a trip back to Go Bangkok's headquarters for free drinks.
Want to see as much as you can of the beautiful Ayutthaya in one day? Look no further! Truly absorb and bask in the rich culture of Thailand when you board the award-winning Thanatharee Cruise. This teak wood boat, cozy and homely, is the perfect way to tour Ayutthaya. Enjoy authentic and delicious Thai meals while looking out at the water and admiring the natural beauty of the city. Each day of the week is a new adventure with a new itinerary, so there is sure to be an activity that suits every customer! Pick the day that has an itinerary that suits your interests to make the most out of this tour. Bike through the village and admire the traditional handicrafts, perfect gifts for loved ones back home! Snap pictures of historical temples with ornate decor and statues. You also get to see the village and local life of Thailand when you visit bustling local communities and peaceful agricultural landscapes. Visit the local orphanage to help prepare meals and bond with the friendly people of the city. You don't get to miss out on making your own arts and crafts either! There are activities for clay modeling and visits to the Miniature Court Doll factory for admiring intricately made dolls. Each day is packed with great activities that will interest and entertain you to no end! You definitely get to see all the most beautiful parts of the city through this tour. Get your fill of the beautiful and historical Ayutthaya on this easy, quick, and fun one day tour!
We had so much fun! If you want ot maximize your visit in Bangkok, dont forget to book this Tour. All the essentials to experience and enjoy Ayutthaya are provided by the Tour. You can find the meet up place easily and you can line up to your appropriate tour without hassle. Enough time is also given at every stop. You can freely explore the ruins in the time given. We had a lot of fun with the experience especially the sunset viewing at the temple. Highly recommended!
Had a great time exploring Ayutthaya, thanks to klook! The voucher is very convenient to use, we meet up with the tour guide and explored Bang Pa In Palace and Ayutthaya. Even the weather is hot and dry, thia tour is definitely worth the purchase! The tour guides speak good English and is very friendly. I learned a lot of history of the city. The bus is also comfortable, best way to spend 1 day out of Bangkok. Also the nicest part of the tour is the sunset boat ride!
Taking a tour was the best decision. Many people will tell you that you can ride a train to Ayutthaya and explore on your own. however, Ayutthaya used to be the old Bangkok and it is huge in extension. You would need taxis or tuk tuks to go from temple to temple plus tickets and in the end you would spend the same, plus the scorching sun factor. The guide was really kind and the explanations were great. I really enjoyed it. Actually I forgot to leave a tip. If somebody can tell me how I will appreciate it.
I had a fantastic day. I was solo travelling and not been in Bangkok before. At first I was apprehensive as the meeting point was kinda not clear. Once I found the spot, I was given a sticker and shown to the coach. I very safe and the coach was a blessing. it was so hot and it was a long day. Not having to think and have air conditioning between the locations was pure luxury. The tour it's self was worth every penny and Boy and Mansays were wonderful tour guides. I really enjoyed :-)
This is the best day you can spend near Bangkok. For this trip you will get a lot of experience, which you need to spend several days on your own. You can ride an electric car (take your driver’s license with you to be able to rent it - this will save you strength), an elephant, a boat on a floating market, eat delicious and inexpensive food, explore majestic temples and ride a speed boat at sunset in Ayutthaya. We are very grateful to Klook for such an opportunity.
fantastic tour, the best we had in Bangkok. We saw the part of the city we would have never been able to discover by ourselves. roamed around in tiny lanes, crossed small canals and were able to look into the way of living of the locals. we had plenty of snacks and food to try too.
Steve ( our guide ) was fantastic.