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Skip the crowded tour buses and explore the historic Thai city of Ayutthaya at your own pace on this private guided tour from Bangkok. In the company of just your party and a guide see such attractions as Ayutthaya Historical Park and the Temple of the Reclining Buddha, and enjoy an included traditional Thai lunch.
Explore ruined temples and a Siamese royal palace on a private tour from Bangkok to Ayutthaya Historical Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. With a personal guide to lead the way, see temples, a Buddhist monastery, towers, and architecture that brings ancient Siam to life. This full-day Ayutthaya tour includes pickup and drop-off at Bangkok hotels, entrance fees, and a Thai lunch, as well as the fun, flexible experience of a private guide.
Explore the UNESCO listed ruins of Ayutthaya on a 9-hour private tour from Bangkok. Swift and comfortable transportation enables you to visit one of Thailand’s most noteworthy cities without having to plan an overnight trip. Your personal guide takes you on a historical adventure to the city center, numerous temples, including the Reclining Buddha, and the Ayutthaya Historical Park. Along the way, learn about the area’s fascinating past and culture.
• Explore the best of Phuket Island on a half day tour• The opportunity to see 5 beaches in one day: Patong, Kata, Karon, Nai Harn, Rawai.• Sightseeing the popular viewpoint of Kata or Promthep Cape.• Discover the old town(Sino – Portuguese Architecture) of Phuket and immerse yourself in the rich vibrant culture and amazing history of Phuket Island during this exciting city tour. • Sightseeing historic monuments like the Big Buddha and Chalong Temple.• Visit cashew nut factory and honey farm.• Take in panoramic views of the city in the sunset.• There are many options to choose from according to your needs.• Hotel pickup and drop-off are included.
Visit Ayutthaya Historical Park on this 8-hour tour from Bangkok. Once the capital of Siam, the ruins of Ayutthaya are a UNESCO World Heritage site located 50 miles (80 km) from Bangkok, now the capital of the country. Sights you'll see include the Summer Palace (Bang Pa-In Palace), Wat Mahathat, Wat Phra Si Sanphet, and Mongkol Borpit. To return to Bangkok, you'll enjoy a river cruise on the Chao Phraya.
• Discover the old town(Sino – Portuguese Architecture) of Phuket and immerse yourself in the rich vibrant culture and amazing history of Phuket Island during this exciting city tour. • Sightseeing historic monuments like the Big Buddha and Chalong Temple.• The opportunity to see 5 beaches in one day: Patong, Kata, Karon, Nai Harn, Rawai.• Sightseeing the popular viewpoint of Kata or Promthep Cape.• Visit cashew nut factory and honey farm.• Take in panoramic views of the city in the sunset.• There are many options to choose from according to your needs.• Hotel pickup and drop-off are included.
This four-hour comprehensive tour of Bangkok’s most iconic sites leads you through three temples, concluding at the magnificent Royal Grand Palace. Picked up at your hotel to begin temple hopping. First up, Wat Traimit, which houses the world’s largest solid gold statue of the Golden Buddha. Next, marvel at the Reclining Buddha statue - as well as over a thousand other Buddha images - at Wat Pho temple. Finally, prepare yourself for a tour of Bangkok’s magnificent Royal Grand Palace, the city’s most famous landmark and one of the most beautiful examples of an ancient Thai court.Noted: - Clients must wear long pants, shoes that cover the heel, and shirts that cover the upper arm (no vests). This is to show respect to the Thai people and basically require to enter Grand Palace. - In case of informal clothes, additional fee for renting is on your personal expense.- Grand Palace might be closed without prior notice- Program detail are subject to change due to concerns condition
Driving past city markets, residential areas and Chiang Mai’s main street to your first destination is Wat Phrathat Doi Suthep, a must-see temple. As the temple is located at the top of a mountain, challenge yourself to walk up the 300 steps of the intricately-carved mythical Naga Serpent Staircase, or take a cable car to the top for an incredible view over the city and surrounding areas. After descend the mountain, drive through the city to begin your temple hopping. First up is Wat Chedi Luang, a Lanna-style chedi that was once one of the tallest structures in ancient Chiang Mai. Next, visit Wat Phra Singh, or Temple of the Lion Buddha, where you can view a collection of classic Lanna art and explore an old library. Finally, wander the gardens at Wat Suan Dok, Flower Garden Temple, where you can check out a 500-year-old bronze Buddha statue, one of the largest in Thailand.Noted : Program detail are subject to change due to concerns condition
Discover the rich history, fascinating architecture, and iconic buildings of Ayutthaya, an ancient royal capital. Visit the former royal residence at Bang Pa-In Palace, marvel at the Wat Mahathat and Wat Phra Sri Sanphet temples, and cruise the waters of Chao Phraya River while enjoying a delicious lunch.- Full day exploring UNESCO-listed former capital of Ayutthaya- Ancient Buddha statue encased in a tree at Wat Mahathat- Former Thai royal summer residence at Bang Pa-In Palace- Visit to the historic ancient temple of Wat Phra Sri Sanphet- Delicious buffet lunch on a boat along Chayo Praya River
The ancient Siamese capital of Ayutthaya is a UNESCO World Heritage site and a popular day trip destination from Bangkok, just over an hour’s drive away. On this small-group tour, travel by comfortable air-conditioned minivan and enjoy a guided tour of Ayutthaya archaeological site, including Wat Mahatad and Wat Phra Sri Sanphet. Then, cruise back to Bangkok along the Chao Phraya River and tuck into lunch on-board as you admire views of Nonthaburi Province and Bangkok’s suburbs.
Explore Thailand’s heritage and temples on a 4-day privately guided tour from Bangkok. Head northeast to Isan to explore bustling markets and holy shrines, ancient battle sites, and extraordinary Khmer temples. Discover 11th-century ruins in Sisaket province and meet bronze and silk artisans in Ubon Ratchathani, then get a glimpse of the past at the active Ban Kan Lueang archaeological site. Enjoy traditional Thai meals and immerse yourself in the art, history, and culture of the extraordinary Isan.
Discover Thailand’s elegant architecture and artwork on a half-day private tour that explores the Jim Thompson House and Suan Pakkad Palace. With the flexibility of a private guide, you’ll have the morning to browse rich silks and sculptures, paintings, antiques, and more, learning about Thai history and culture along the way. Your tour includes pickup and drop-off at Bangkok hotels, transport by climate-controlled sedan, and entrance fees at both destinations.
The Siamese city of Ayutthaya is one of Thailand’s most impressive ancient sites and a UNESCO World Heritage site. Explore the fascinating ruins on this full-day tour from Bangkok, including a comprehensive guided tour of the temple complex and a longtail boat cruise along the river. See the magnificent Bang Pa In Summer Palace, visit Wat Yai Chai Mongkol and Wat Phra Sri Sanphet, and admire the architectural details of Wat Maha and Wat Chaiwatthanaram.
Spend a day Visiting Ayutthaya, the ancient capital of Siam on this cultural day excursion from Bangkok. Ayutthaya was said to have been one of the most beautiful cities in the world in its time and the heart of a thriving Siamese Kingdom situated on the banks of the Chao Phraya. On this Ayutthaya Tour you will see some of the ruins of over 400 stone temples and Buddhist statues. At the Bang Pa-In Summer Palace see the mixture of Thai, Chinese and Gothic architecture. This is the perfect day out for those interested in historical Siamese temple architecture and good excuse to escape the hectic pace of Bangkok for a day.
Visit the ruins of Ayutthaya—once the capital of Thailand and now a UNESCO World Heritage Site—on a guided tour that explores historic temples and ancient Buddha statues. With this private tour and an English speaking guide, you can get an in-depth knowledge of the history and culture of the site, plus stop and visit a local market and experience a tuk-tuk ride.
Explore the temples of Bangkok in the morning, when temperatures are cooler and crowds are dispersed, on a city tour that lets you orient yourself in Thailand’s capital with ease. A great introduction for first-time visitors, this tour covers three of Thailand’s major temples and gives you the inside scoop on local culture and history.
Visit Ayutthaya, the UNESCO's Heritage City which has been capital city of Thai people for more than 400 years. This trip will bring you to famous temples built by ancient Ayutthaya kings. The tour is suits for photographer and ones who interest in history of Thailand.
This whirlwind tour whisks you around the Old City visiting some of Chiang Mai’s oldest and most fascinating Buddhist sites. First up, visit the majestic Wat Chedi Luang, Lanna-Buddhist architecture at its very best - even though time has clearly taken its toll on the ancient structure. Venture on to the second temple, Wat Phra Singh - or Temple of the Lion Buddha - one of the best places to check out classic Lanna art and historical literature. Next, make your way to Chiang Mai’s oldest temple, Wat Chiang Man - a magnificent structure that dates back to the 13th Century - before arriving at your final destination of Wat Suan Dok. Literally translating to ‘flower garden temple’, admire the enormous 500-year-old Bronze Buddha here, before finally make the short drive back to your hotel. Noted : Program detail are subject to change due to concerns condition
Take a memorable ride on the Thailand–Burma Railway, also known as the Death Railway for the thousands of POWs and forced laborers who lost their lives building it during World War II. On this day trip from Bangkok, you’ll visit the Kanchanaburi War Cemetery and the Jeath War Museum, and hear moving war stories from your guide. Then ride a long-tailed speedboat down the River Kwai where you’ll have a view of the famous bridge. Lunch and hotel transport by coach are included.
• Take a daytrip to the ancient city of Ayutthaya, the former capital of Thailand• Marvel at Wat Phra Sri Sanphet and the royal palace grounds• Journey to Wat Mahathat, one of the oldest and most significant temples• Visit Wat yai chaimongkhon thai temple is located outside the city of Ayutthaya. It was built by king U- Thong in 1357 for meditation And much more
Local Alike brings you to explore the old town of Bangkok where you will travel back in time and learn about historical stories of Sam Phraeng Neighborhood. It consists of Phraeng Phuton, Phraeng Nara, and Phraeng Sanphasat. While walking along the route, you will not only enjoy the stories from the residents who have been living in the area since they were born but also grab the chance to taste different famous cuisines.
Kudeejeen is a melting pot of 3 different religions (Buddhism, Christianity and Islam) and 4 different beliefs. In the past, the first settlers in the Kudeejeen Community were the Portuguese whose traits are seen in the culture, architecture and cuisine. Besides the community’s most famous ‘Kanom Farang Kudeejeen’ or a Portuguese cupcake, there is a Kudeejeen lady who inherits the recipe of Thai royal cuisine in the reign of King Rama V and Portuguese cuisine from her ancestors who is best at making savory Thai-Portuguese dishes and traditional Thai dessert. Here’s the chance to try those extremely rare dishes and even cook them yourself!
This morning start the day just like a local with a visit to the wet market, where the age old traditions are still part of daily life. Hear the story of Phuket Town as you explore the quaint streets lined with Sino-Portuguese shop houses and grand mansions, to a time when the British, French and Portuguese were drawn to the island to seek their fortune in tin mining. Visit Chin Pracha House, for a peek into the past, with its floor of vintage Italian tiles, artifacts and old photos lining the walls. Learn about the Chinese influence at the Thai Hua Museum and watch in wonder as tea vendors prepare original Malay tea. Continue walking amongst the eclectic mix of art galleries, clothing shops, cafes and temples to the old Post Office and Phuket’s first hotel built in 1929. Finish your walk with a well earned lunch of the local specialty of Hokkian Mee, or Chinese noodles.