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Private Ayutthaya Day Trip with a Local

by Withlocals B.V. Duration 8h Free cancellation available No booking or credit card fees
per traveller Price is £40
Pricing based on group of 8 travellers

After meeting your local guide, get comfortable in your private car or minivan for the ride to the ancient capital of Siam or Thailand as we know it now.

Get ready to encounter the most important temple in the Ayutthaya Kingdom: the Wat Phra Sri Sanpetch or The Royal Temple of Phra Sri Sanpetch Buddha Image. At 16 meters tall covered with over 340 kilos of gold take in this breath-taking temple complex as your local host shares with you the history behind it.
Next stop is the Wat Maha That or the Monastery of the great relic, an impressive temple which also hosts the famous Buddha stone head entwined within the roots of a tree. Wander around and observe the beautiful and well-preserved relics.

Go off the beaten track and check out how the Roti Saimai is made right in front of your eyes.
Head towards the final stop of your awesome Ayutthaya trip the less known Wat Worachet Tharam Temple where you’ll find out more about its history. Enjoy the walk around the temple site as there are rarely crowds coming this way. Afterwards your private local will take you back.

Plan
Pick up from your centrally located hotel
Stop 1: Wat Mahathat temple - holly centre of Ayutthaya
Stop 2: Wat Pra Srisanpetch - main temple of Grand Palace of Ayutthaya
Stop 3: Lunch at the riverside restaurant
Stop 4: Historical boat trip around the city
Stop 5: Roti Saimai - typical local dessert tasting
Stop 6: Hidden Wat Worachettaram temple
END: Drop off at your centrally located hotel

After meeting your local guide, get comfortable in your private car or minivan for the ride to the ancient capital of Siam or Thailand as we know it now.

Get ready to encounter the most important temple in the Ayutthaya Kingdom: the Wat Phra Sri Sanpetch or The Royal Temple of Phra Sri Sanpetch Buddha Image. At 16 meters tall covered with over 340 kilos of gold take in this breath-taking temple complex as your local host shares with you the history behind it.
Next stop is the Wat Maha That or the Monastery of the great relic, an impressive temple which also hosts the famous Buddha stone head entwined within the roots of a tree. Wander around and observe the beautiful and well-preserved relics.

Go off the beaten track and check out how the Roti Saimai is made right in front of your eyes.
Head towards the final stop of your awesome Ayutthaya trip the less known Wat Worachet Tharam Temple where you’ll find out more about its history. Enjoy the walk around the temple site as there are rarely crowds coming this way. Afterwards your private local will take you back.

Plan
Pick up from your centrally located hotel
Stop 1: Wat Mahathat temple - holly centre of Ayutthaya
Stop 2: Wat Pra Srisanpetch - main temple of Grand Palace of Ayutthaya
Stop 3: Lunch at the riverside restaurant
Stop 4: Historical boat trip around the city
Stop 5: Roti Saimai - typical local dessert tasting
Stop 6: Hidden Wat Worachettaram temple
END: Drop off at your centrally located hotel

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9:00 AM, Private Ayutthaya Day Trip with a Local in English

Duration 8h No booking or credit card fees

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per traveller
£249.65

Total price is £249.65, taxes included

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Private Ayutthaya Day Trip with a Local

Activity Location

Ayutthaya 13000

Meeting/Redemption Point
  • Hotel Pick Up in Bangkok

    Bangkok


Highlights

  • Hop on a private boat trip around the Ayutthaya Island

  • Visit the temples, the Wat Phra Sri Sanpetch and Mahathat

  • Private driver and A/C car included

  • Go off-the-beaten track for an authentic snack

  • Privately guided by your own local host


Inclusions

  • Entrance tickets

  • Driver for your private A / C Car

  • Private and local guide


Exclusions

  • Food & drinks


Know Before You Book

  • Your own private tour with a maximum of 8 people