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Immerse yourself in the ancient history of Siam at Lopburi City, where you’ll encounter playful monkeys at Prang Sam Yot and marvel at the Khmer-inspired landmarks.
Discover the unique blend of cultures at Narai Ratchaniwet Palace, a 17th century masterpiece built with the help of French architects.
Explore the UNESCO World Heritage site of the historical park of Ayuttaya, home to a wealth of breathtaking temples and ruins, including the iconic Wat Mahathat and Wat Chaiwattanaram on the riverside.
Visit both ancient cities of Ayutthaya and Lopburi plentiful with landmarks that build up the rich and vibrant history of Thailand. Set out on this lunch included excursion with a comfortable air-conditioned vehicle. With our informative guide, your exploration of these ancient ruins will bring you the wealth of discovery in history, culture, and architecture.
These ancient cities are the cradle of modernization of the Siam Kingdom. Long before Thailand, as you see it today, the history of this kingdom lies within the ruins ample with reminiscent of the past. Temples that signify the influence of the Khmer Kingdom are filled with tales and myth behind this architecture. All of it awaits you on this full-day exploration.
Your excursion commences in your hotel lobby where you are greeted by our guide. We head north towards our first stop, Lopburi City.
Prang Sam Yot
As you enter the region, you notice numerous numbers of monkeys running around freely and even more at the Khmer-inspired landmarks of Prang Sam Yot.
Narai Ratchaniwet Palace
Head to Narai Ratchaniwet Palace. It was built in the late 17th century. Contributed by the French architects, the palace has a unique mixture of Khmer-European styles. It once played a significant role when Lopburi was declared the second capital of Siam by King Narai the Great. Later was abandoned when King Narai passed away.
Historical Park of Ayutthaya, UNESCO World Heritage
The historical park of Ayutthaya consists of various ruins and temples of the old city. It was also called Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya. UNESCO declared this vast stretch of historical sites in their list of the World Heritage since December 1991.
The main highlight and most sought after locates at Wat Mahathat, where you marvel at the Buddha head entangled by tree roots that dominate the temple.
Proceed to Wat Chaiwattanaram that sits on the riverside, an impressive temple that is sought after by both local and foreign tourists. Navigate this Khmer style royal temple that was used by the King during the Ayutthaya era.
Wat Phra Si Sanphet
Visit Ayutthaya most important temple, Wat Phra Si Sanphet. The temple is the same type as the famous Bangkok temple, the royal temple that stands in the palace complex without residence monks. Proceed to the large bell shape stupas, and feel free to walk around and take photos.
Booked this tour via VIATOR. Our tour guide, Mr. Peter is fun to be with. He is also sensitive to his customer's needs. He goes out of his way to provide the best of the tour itself. He goes above the tour itinerary. Thank you Mr. Peter!
We took a tour with Snakie! He was absolutely amazing! We enjoyed everything a out our tour. The entire day was beyond amazing. I would definitely recommend this tour with Snakie. We got to see so much and we also learned so much history. Amazing day!!!
We chose this tour because we did not have the time to coordinate logistics for our own tour of both cities in one day. Plus we did not want to be stuck out in the heat. Our guide (Amy or Amoh) was lovely. Very friendly, informative, and managed the tour well. We loved the place she took us for lunch as well. My only disappointment was the cost - almost $400 for one adult and two children. Compared to other tours and expenses during our trip in Thailand this is way above normal which I now know. As a comparison - we later did a half day elephant experience with transport for $90 for 3 people and a full day lake/hike/swim tour including 2 hours transport and lunch for $100 - for 3 people. This is 4-5x the amount of similar tours. I’m sharing only for context so that others can shop around.
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