Ayutthaya Temples, Ruins and Lunch on River Cruise

The Head Of Buddha Statue Entangled In Bodhi Tree In Ayutthaya Historical Park Thailand
Ayutthaya Historical Park In Thailand
Majestic Ruins Of 1629 Wat Chai Watthanaram Built By King Prasat
Wat Phra Si Sanphet In Ayutthaya Famous For The Three Bell Shape Stupa
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Private Tour
8 hours
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  • A full day tour packed with the most interesting temples of Ayutthaya
  • Relax on the river cruise with Thai lunch, enjoy the scenic view of Ayutthaya from the water


Over and out to the UNESCO World’s Heritage Site of Ayutthaya the Historic City. A complete day packed with the best of Ayutthaya, which will give you an overview of this ancient city plus a scenic cruise along the Ayutthaya River with Thai Lunch. Plus the convenient transport with air-conditioned Van and live commentary from your friendly private guide.


Starting at 08:00 AM at your hotel lobby. Travel back through time and explore the Historic City of Ayutthaya, the city that can be traced back from 1350 when it was founded.
Wat Yai Chai Mongkhon
Make merits at Wat Yai Chai Mongkhon, or the Great Monastery of Auspicious Victory. The temple features a large chedi surrounded by an elegant gallery of smaller Buddha statues. Walk around the temple to see different Buddha statues located inside including Phra Putta Chaiya Mongkhon.
Wat Ratchaburana
Wat Ratchaburana was built in the early Ayutthaya period with a Khmer-style pagoda as the main structure. Treasures and artifacts were kept in the vault beneath the temple and were looted as soon as its existence is known to the public. Most items discovered from the vault are now displayed in the Chao Sam Phraya National Museum.
Wat Mahathat
Continue to the nearby Wat Mahathat which is famous for the Buddha's head entwined in the roots of Bodhi Tree. Renown as the Monastery of the Great Relic, Wat Mahathat was one of the most temple complexes on Ayutthaya Island being the Royal Temple that serves as the religious center and enshrining the relics of the Buddha. It is also where the supreme patriarch of the city lived.
Thai lunch and cruise along the Ayutthaya river
After the long walk, we will board the cruise for our Thai lunch and ride along the Ayutthaya rivers. Enjoy the scenic view of Ayutthaya Island as you try delicious dishes. Although this is not a private cruise, it is only for a small group and will not affect your privacy. An impressive temple located by the side of Ayutthaya rivers, the Khmer style Wat Chaiwatthanaram is a Royal temple that was used by the King and other members of the Royal family.
Wat Lokayasutharam
Proceed to Wat Lokayasutharam. The temple house the massive Reclining Buddha rival only to the famous one in Bangkok.
Wat Worachet Tharam
Continue to Wat Worachet Tharam. The significant ruins with many ancient structures, including the giant bell shape stupa which was built with traditional Ayutthaya style.
Wat Phra Sri Sanphet & Wihan Mongkhon Bophit
The last two temples are located near one another. Wat Phra Sri Sanphet, the signature temple of Ayutthaya Historical Park featuring the three Bell shape Stupa on the elevated platform. It was a royal temple without any resident monk and considered as the most important temple in Ayutthaya. Before our return, visit Wihan Mongkhon Bophit. The active temple with huge gilded Buddha statue measuring almost 17 meters high.


  • Hotel Pickup & drop-off
  • Private Transport by Air-conditioned Vehicle
  • Professional Guide
  • Admission Fees
  • Lunch
  • Bottled Water
  • Accidental Insurance


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