Enjoy your Private day trip in the central part of Thailand within 1 day.
Pick up in your hotel in Bangkok at 7:00 a.m. and depart to MaeKlong railway market by a private air conditioned vehicle. Watch the train passing over the food vendors while exploring the market and taste some Thai fruits and desserts.
Continue to the pier by private air conditioned vehicle. On board the long tail boat for the canal tour to the floating market (about 30 mins). Taste Thai fruits and desserts and enjoy some personal time for shopping at the floating market.
Drive about 2.5 hours to Ayutthaya, UNESCO World Heritage site in 1991. Have an optional lunch at the local restaurant in Ayutthaya (late lunch around 13:30-14:00 p.m.). Visit the famous temples “Wat Mahathat”, “Wat Phra Sri Sanphet” as well as “Wat Lokaya Sutharam” in Ayutthaya Historical Park. Then return to your hotel in Bangkok. Arrive hotel around 18:00 p.m.
Tour price per person (Thai Baht) :
|No.of people||1 person||2 – 4 people||5 – 7 people||8 – 15 people||16 people up|
|Adults (age 13 up)||10,500||5,500||3,000||2,500||2,300|
|Youth (6 – 12 yrs)||3,900|
|Child (2 – 5 yrs)||2,500|
|Infant (1 yr)||Free|
Visit Maeklong railway market where you see the train passing the market which the merchants sell their goods on the train track.
Drive about 20 minutes to the pier for your private long tail boat tour along the canal to Damnoensaduak Floating market. Enjoy sightseeing, view and observe Thai people house in the countryside, their fruits and flower farms along the canal.
We will get off the boat at the Floating market where you can enjoy taking photos, tasting Thai desserts, food, drink as well as shopping at the first Floating market in Thailand.
After the Floating market. Drive about 2.5 hours from the Floating market to Ayutthaya, UNESCO World Heritage site in 1991.
Have an optional lunch at the local restaurant in Ayutthaya which your tour guide can recommend you the place (Late lunch around 13:30 p.m.)
After optional lunch, visit Wat Mahathat (Temple of the great holy relics of the Lord Buddha) which located at the Centre of Ayutthaya Historical Park.
The temple built since the late 14th century. The highlight of this temple is the head of Buddha image inside the tree root and the beautiful ruin architecture remains.
Wat Phra Sri Sanphet, the royal chapel and used to be the residence area of the Kings in Ayutthaya period from 1350 – 1767 A.D. This temple and the complex was a prototype of Grand Palace in Bangkok.
Wat Lokaya Sutharam, the temple which has the longest Reclining Buddha image in Ayutthaya.