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Ayutthaya World Heritage Tour

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วันแรก 1 : Ayutthaya World Heritage Tour
  • เช้า

    Pick up from hotel depart for Bang Pa-in

    Bang Pa-in Palace: Originally, there was a riverine island. When Prasat Thong became the Ayuttaya king (1630-1655) The palace contains five important buildings as follow;

    PhraThinangAisawanThippa-ard,Thai design castle pavilion stands in the middle of the lake.

    PhraThinangWarophatPhiman,occupies the original site of the Pavilion built during King Mongkut’s reign. It was two storied. One used as the King’s apartment, the other as a reception hall.

    PhraThinangUthayanPhumisathian, was almost totally destroyed by fire in 1938. Formerly used as a highwater season residence, only a few bricks remain.

    PhraThinangWehatChamrun, is a Chinese-style building where the court generally resided during the rainy and    cool seasons.

    PhraThinangWithunThatsana, is an observatory standing on a small island between PhraThinangUthayan and PhraThinangWehatChamrun from which a commanding view of surrounding countryside.

    WatPhra Si Sanphet: This is the most important temple within the Royal Palace compound and corresponds to The Emerald Buddha Temple in Bangkok’s Grand Palace.


    Bang Pa-In Royal Palace (Thai: พระราชวังบางปะอิน), also known as the Summer Pala...

    Bang Pa-In Royal Palace (Thai: พระราชวังบางปะอิน), also known as the Summer Palace, is a palace complex formerly used by the Thai kings. It lies beside the Chao Phraya River in Bang Pa-in District, Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya Province in Thailand.

    In 1491, Wat Phra Si Sanphet was located inside the compound of the Grand Palace...

    In 1491, Wat Phra Si Sanphet was located inside the compound of the Grand Palace-the foundations of which are still visible-and served as the royal Chapel, as Wat Phra Kaeo does in Bangkok. This Wang Lung Palace (Royal Palace) was built by King U-Thong upon the founding of the City. Used as a residential palace, it became a monastery in the reign of King Ramathibodi I. When King Borom Trai Lokanat commanded the construction of new living quarters, this residential palace was transformed into a Temple,and the establishment of Wat Phra Si Sanphet. In Ayutthaya's heyday, this was the largest temple in the city. The three main chedis which have been restored contain the ashes of three Ayutthaya kings. The temple is situated at the northern end of Si Sanphet Road. The royal chapel does not have any monks and novice inhabitants. Admission fee is 20 baht. Wat Phra Sri Sanphet is located in Pratu Chai subdistrict, Phra Nakorn Si Ayutthaya district, Ayutthaya province. The Temple is not only a significant historical site, but also considered as the spiritual center of Thais for a long time. Situated within the royal Palace grounds, Wat Phra Sri Sanphet is the royal monastery and therefore no monk is allowed to reside at. However, the temple served to conduct ceremonies within the royal court, such as the ritual to drink an oath of allegiance. It is also regarded as an equivalence of Wat Mahathat in Sukhothai and a model for Wat Phra Sri Ratana Sasadaram (the royal temple of the Emerald Buddha) or Wat Phra Kaew in Bangkok. Somdet Phra Ramathibodi I or King U-thong commanded the construction of his royal house in this area, but when Somdet Phra Borom Tilokkanat succeeded the throne, the king considered moving the royal palace further north and converting the piece of land into a sacred ground which later became this temple. During the reign of Ramathibodi II, an enormous Buddha image was cast. The Buddha image of Phra Sri Sanphetdayan is 16 meters high and its surface is coated with 143 kilograms of gold. It had been enshrined inside the assembly hall until the fall of Ayutthaya in 1767 when the Burmese invaded and melted the gilded gold away. The Buddha image was seriously damaged, so in the Rattanakosin period Phra Bat Somdet Phra Buddha Yodfa Chulaloke installed the broken core of Phra Sri Sanphetdayan in a pagoda inside Wat Phra Chetupon Vimolmangkalararm Rajvoramahaviharn in Bangkok and named the pagoda Chedi Sri Sanphetdayan. Somdet Phrachaoyuhua Borommakot was the first to command the temple restoration. During the reign of Phrabat Somdet Phra Chulachomklao Chao Yuhua (King Rama V), Phraya Boran Rachathanin the regional intendant found a considerably large collection of artifacts in the underground chamber of the pagoda, for example Buddha images and gold ornaments. Later Field Marshal P. Piboonsongkram assigned a committee to renovate the ruins until the temple regained its current condition. This royal monastery plays an important role in history of art and archeology. The remaining debris still evidently portrays how glorious the country was. At the heart of the temple, there are three adjacent Ceylonese (or bell-shaped) pagodas situated on rectangular platforms. It is believed that these platforms were the base of royal houses in the Ayutthaya period. Currently, the temple is regarded as the symbol of Ayutthaya province.

  • เที่ยง

    Lunch at restaurant

  • บ่าย

    WatYaiChaimongkol: This temple is also called “ Wat Chao Phraya Thai” It was built By King U-Thong in 1357 for meditation.

    WihanPhraMongkhonBophit : The principal Buddha image is one of Thailand’s largest  bronze

    Images. Many small Buddha were also discovered. The Wihan was destroyed when the Burmese sacked Ayuttaya in   1767 and was rebuilt in 1956 in its original style.

    WatMahathat or the “Monastery of the Great Relic” is located on the city island in the central part of    Ayutthaya

    At the end of tour will be visit to local product store.


    Located to the Southeast of the Island, this Temples lofty chedi is visible from...

    Located to the Southeast of the Island, this Temples lofty chedi is visible from most of the town. The monastery was built in 1900 by King U Thong who granted the temple with the name Wat Pa Kaew. The intention was to create a center of Buddhist studies (Ceylonese Sect). As the temple used to be headed by a patriarch, Local people also called it Wat Chao Phraya Thai. Wat Yai Chaimongkhon was originally named Wat Pa Kaeo or Wat Chaoprayathai. It is situated at the east side of Pa Sak River. As the history said, it was assumed that King U Thong built this Temple as the place for the monks who came back from the ordainment in Sri Lanka to stay. This monk group's name is "Pa Kaeo" that is why this temple was also named Wat Pa Kaeo. Then, the impieties of this group have appointed the leader as Somdet Phra Wannarat and is also the right patriarch with the Phra Puttakosachan as the left patriarch. After that, they changed the name of the temple to "Wat Chaoprayathai" which was assumed that this name came from the reason that King U Thong built this temple at the cremation place of Chao Kaeo Chai Thai or might be the reason that this temple is the dwelling place of the right patriarch which was originally called "Chao Thai". This temple also had a bond with King Naraesuan's reign. In year 1592, when King Naraesuan conquered the war with King Uparat of Myanmar at Tambon Nongsarai, Supan Buri, he built a big chedi as the signal of the conquest. It was not clear whether it was a new chedi or a restoration of an old one. However, it was named "Chaimongkhon Chedi". The people called it "Chedi Yai". After that, it was combined together to "Wat Yai Chaimongkhon". However, it was abandoned after the 2nd fall of Ayutthaya. It was then restored again during the Rattanakosin Kingdom. The interesting thing inside the temple is the chedi and the viharn which was built during King Naraesuan's Kingdom. Nowadays, there is the King Naraesuan's palace which is the attraction of many tourists. Wat Yai Chaimongkhon is opened daily from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. with 20 THB admission fee. The tourists can retrieve more information at 035-242-640 or

    Wat Mahathat, Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya Province It is one of the temples in the...

    Wat Mahathat, Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya Province It is one of the temples in the Ayutthaya Historical Park. Wat Mahathat is an important temple in the Ayutthaya period. because it is a temple that enshrines the Buddha's relics in the heart of Phra Nakhon and is the residence of the Supreme Patriarch of the Kamwasi department as well Therefore, this temple was built and maintained all the time until it was destroyed and abandoned after the second fall of Ayutthaya.

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