Visite a antiga casa dos reis siameses em uma excursão particular de dia inteiro de Bangcoc para Ayutthaya, a antiga capital imperial e Patrimônio da Humanidade pela UNESCO. Veja o ornamentado Bang Pa-In, ou Palácio de Verão, uma imagem de Buda em uma árvore Bodhi, e complexos com templos históricos, e depois faça um passeio de barco ao redor da ilha de Ayutthaya. Esta excursão de 8 horas acomoda até 8 pessoas, inclui todas as atividades e transporte de ida e volta para hotéis localizados no centro de Bangcoc.
Excursão de 8 horas para Ayutthaya saindo de Bangcoc
Excursão flexível para seu grupo privado
Visite o Palácio de Verão da realeza siamesa
Explore os templos históricos de Ayutthaya
Faça um passeio de barco em torno da ilha de Ayutthaya
Encontre-se com o motorista/guia em seu hotel no centro de Bangcoc e, em seguida, suba a bordo de um ônibus climatizado para a viagem para Ayutthaya, a cerca de uma hora do centro da cidade. A primeira parada do dia é Bang Pa-In, o elegante palácio de verão construído por um rei de Ayutthayan em 1632. Caminhe pelo lindo e bem cuidado entorno do palácio enquanto seu guia compartilha histórias sobre a família real e tradições da Tailândia.
Continue até Wat Phra Si Sanphet, um templo que já foi o local mais sagrado no palácio real destruídos pelos birmaneses em 1767. Caminhe pelas ruínas de construções religiosas e relíquias e, em seguida, faça outra parada no Templo da Grande Relíquia, ou Wat Mahathat. Aqui você encontrará mais exemplos da arquitetura clássica de Ayutthaya, bem como a cabeça de uma imagem de pedra de Buda, agora inteiramente cercada por raízes de uma árvore Bodhi sagrada.
Faça uma pausa para o almoço (por conta do visitante) em um restaurante às margens do rio, onde você poderá apreciar a vista dos barcos no rio. Após a sua refeição, faça um tranquilo passeio de barco ao redor da ilha, passando pelas casas construídas sobre a água. Após a refeição, experimente alguns doces roti sai mai, conhecidos localmente como “algodão doce de Ayutthaya” e, em seguida, faça uma última visita a um templo menos conhecido, Wat Worachettharam – um local de interesse histórico, que você poderá explorar sem as multidões. Esta excursão de dia inteiro termina com uma viagem de volta a Bangcoc e desembarque em seu hotel.
Avaliações de viajantes da Viator
, set 2018
This tour was wonderful! We went with Artty, who was a fantastic and enthusiastic guide. We truly enjoyed this trip and highly recommend it to anybody considering it! The private tour meant we could go where we preferred, and Artty knows the area well and could recommend a few interesting spots a bit off the beaten path. He shared interesting historical stories, and even pointed out several good photo spots and took our photo - even when we weren't thinking about it.
This is a must-see in Bangkok.
Highly highly recommend this private day trip to Ayuttaya. Our private tour Guide Polly and driver Amix provided us excellent and professional service from telling history, bring us to have good local food at local river restaurants, to well answering all our questions. Polly provided us extra information and brought us to local markets to find good fruits as we mentioned we love fruits, although this activities is not in the itinerary. Moreover, Polly and Amix are very polite and happy tour guides make me love Thailand and Thailand people so much! Something extra must mention: Polly helped us took many good photos! This is first time to have so many good photos taken with my husband in a day trip! We enjoy this trip very much! Thank you!!!
In general this is a good trip to take if you want something different while in Bangkok. Our guide and driver were great people and overall we had a good time. It is a long day outside - so make sure to have sunscreen and water. Our guide was nice about adjusting to our pace, which was the great benefit of doing a private tour. Be ready for LOTS of walking!
My mother, sister and I went on this trip with Sammy as the guide - we highly recommend him! He spoke great English and was extremely communicative. We absolutely loved the summer palace which was a great retreat after the hectic and noisy Bangkok experience. The Ayutthaya ruins were great too though at noon, quite tiring for us. This was no problem to Sammy, who adjusted to our pace and wishes.
Apart from learning a lot about the sights we've seen, Sammy was very good in explaining all questions we had about Thai history, culture and society. He also gave us good tips about places to go and see in Bangkok, Chiang Mail and Phuket which we were to visit afterwards.
We found that this private tour gave us the opportunity to explore all the places for exactly as long or short in case of the more sun flooded temples as we wanted to, and that when we spoke to Sammy about our night market experience he even added a little stop along the way on an Ayutthaya market and gave us tips on what sweets and dishes to try. Also, when we decided that we wanted to have some fruit instead of the scheduled lunch, Sammy arranged the trip accordingly to our wishes.
Overall, a great experience and good value for money!
Big was a fantastic guide - the best we have found in Thailand. He lived in the US for years and his English is fantastic as well as his knowledge of local history and foods etc.The combination of the royal summer palace and old city of Ayutthaya was really good - as well as lunch on the river and then sweet roti for dessert.
There was a bit of confusion about who pays for lunch with Viator after booking - lunch was included, then excluded but the tour company gives you 200 Baht credit for food - but you will spend quite a bit more on the fresh grilled jumbo shrimp if you want to try this local speciality highly recommended.
The tour was great! I highly recommend it to anyone that wishes to do something different.
I asked to visit a few different places and there was no problem at all in doing so.
Our guide was Andy and he was super nice and knew how to answer all of our questions!
Had an amazing time with my family