Historic City of Ayutthaya I

Sightseeing around the ruins of the ancient capital in the Ayutthaya historical park, and visit Ayothaya Floating Market. This city has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site since December 1991, and it was once the largest city in the world during the 17th century.

Head of the Sandstone Buddha Image at Wat Mahathat The Ancient Palace of Wat Phra Sri Sanphet Bang Pa-in Royal Palace

Attraction Highlights

  • Bang Pa-in Summer Palace
  • Wat Niwet Thamma Prawat
  • Wat Yai Chai Mongkol
  • Wat Phra Sri Sanphet
  • Wihan Phramongkol Bophit
  • Wat Mahathat
  • Wat Ratchaburana

Cultural Highlights

  • Ayothaya Floating Market
  • Prosperity of the Past
  • Rice Paddy Fields
  • Traditional Thai Houses
  • Roti Sai Mai
  • Buddhism



Ayutthaya, World Heritage Site

In our trip, we will visit the magnificent Bang Pa-In Summer Palace and the Gothic temple, Niwet Thamma Prawat. After that, we continue our journey to Wat Yai Chai Mongkol or the victory temple. Then we head to Wat Phra Sri Sanphet and its nearby Wihan Phramongkol Bophit. This important and outstanding monastery is situated in the ancient palace compound, like Wat Phra Kaew of Bangkok.


Ayothaya Floating Market

During the afternoon period, we discover the local wonders of Thai traditional lifestyle at the Ayothaya Floating Market. Then we head to Wat Mahathat, which is the place where the amazing head of a sandstone Buddha image covered by tree roots. Here we can also visit the nearby monastry, Wat Ratchaburana, to discover the paintings inside of a 2-level crypt beneath the stupa. Meals: None