Sightseeing Tours in Bangkok and Private Trips Around Thailand with a Licensed Local Tour Guide
Sightseeing Tours in Bangkok and Private Trips Around Thailand with a Licensed Local Tour Guide

Ayutthaya World Heritage Site, with local tour guide Private Tour

Wat Yai Chai Mong Kol Ayutthaya
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Ayutthaya World Heritage Site, with local tour guide Private Tour.

With a local tour guide, visit the unique World Heritage Site Complex of Ayutthaya, go, and come back by car..

With a local tour guide, take a World Heritage Site of Ayutthaya Private Tour, with us, Siamchon Holiday Ltd., Part. What will you see and experience?

In General

World Heritage Site Complex of Ayutthaya Private Tour with Us, Siamchon Holiday Ltd., Part: Typically, this tour includes an English-speaking local licensed tour guide (with a local tour guide, you cannot travel with a local who is without a licensed tour guide), private air conditioning transportation, and a professional driver, as well as compulsory travel insurance (for every travel company to provide to their tourists), even if you have your own insurance.


As a private tour, timing means the time when you can start your tour and the pick-up time from your hotel’s lobby by our English-speaking local tour guide. For this tour, typically it lasts about 7-8 hours, and the starting time could be from 7:00 a.m. until 08:30 a.m. Depending on your requirements, just let us know by writing it down on a notice box when you book.

Bang Pa-In Summer Palace
Bang Pa In Summer Palace
Bang Pa-In Palace

Typically, it is not included in our Ayutthaya Private Tour program. The Palace is located about 20 minutes drive south of Ayutthaya Island. At present, the palace is only allowed to see things around, and all buildings (mostly in European architectural style) are not opened for visitors to get inside.

However, if you really want to stop for that, just let our local tour guide know, and he or she will take you there if there is any additional cost you must pay on your own.

The tour route.

From the hotel where you are picked up, the local tour guide will brief you and recommend all related information concerning the tour, including general dos and don’ts when you are traveling in Thailand. Moreover, any of your questions could be answered,

On the way to the Ayutthaya and on sites until the end of the tour (the tour route). The local guide will show you or let you know the places that are passing by and visiting.

Generally, the Ayutthaya Historical Site, the ancient palace, and the royal temple, both inside and outside of the island of Ayutthaya, were left untouched after the kingdom was destroyed in 1767 AD. In about the middle of the 19th century, the Find Art department began the restoration work of the area, and later it was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1991.

So, from Bangkok, it takes about an hour and twenty minutes to arrive at our first historical temple, Wat Yai Chai Mong-kol (Chai Mong-kol means auspicious, Wat means temple, and Yai means big and is the name of the temple in Thai).

Wat Yai Chai Mong Kol
Wat YaiChaiMongKol Ayutthaya

The history says that it was built in the 15th century. Later, King Naresuan the Great, who won over and declared Ayutthaya independent from Burma in 1568 as he was still the Prince of Ayutthaya and who later ruled Ayutthaya from 1590 to 1605 AD, added a large chedi to the temple ground to commemorate his victory over the Burmese prince.

The giant main Chedi is 62.10 meters in height, and the center part of the Chedi contains a dome-shaped room.

Next, visit Wat Mahathat.

Wat Maha-That
Wat Mahathat Ayutthaya

Wat Mahathat is the Buddha’s Relics Temple, a Khmer-style breathtaking complex, built in the 14th century as the Sanctuary of Buddha’s Relics and the Center of Buddhism,

It was also the residence of the Supreme Patriarch. The sandstone Buddha head, which has been stuck in the Bodhi root since 17667 AD, is one of the highlights.

Next up: visit Wat Phra Sri San Phet.

Wat Phra Sri San Phet
Wat PhraSriSanPhet Ayuttyaya

The Ancient Palace

Wat Phra Sri San Phet , The breathtaking complex was the Royal Temple and Ancient Palace of Ayutthaya and even royal tombs. It was the 2nd capital of Siam from 1350 AD until 1767 AD, and was ruled by 33 kings from five dynasties.

Most of the buildings were destroyed and burned, but still have their charm and are attractive to visitors.

Next visit Viharn PhraMongkol Borphit.

Viharn Phra Mong Kol Bor Pit
Viharn PhraMongKolborpit

Located next to WAT PHRA SRI SANPHET. There is a large bronze Buddha image which was originally enshrined in the open area outside the royal monastery and later covered by this chapel.

Phra Mong Kol Bor Pit

After that, see how the most popular and delicious Roti-Sai-Mai is made in a local house factory that is mostly by Islamic people who carry on the knowledge from the old generation until the present day.

Roti Sai-Mai House Factory
Roti-SaiMai HouseFactory Ayutthaya
Roti Sai-Mai House Factory
Roti-SaiMai HouseFactory Ayutthaya
Roti Sai-Mai,
Talk of the town dessert in Ayutthaya
Roti-SaiMai HouseFactory Ayutthaya

Time for another delicious lunch! Let’s enjoy a delicious Thai and international buffet at a local hotel.

After lunch, chill out by taking a boat trip.

Boat Trip Surround Ayutthaya Island.
Boat Trip around Ayutthaya Island

Geographically, Ayutthaya has been surrounded by three rivers that make the ancient capital city an Island. In addition, the local made their settlements along the rivers. A 45-minutes boat trip lets you experience and see the local life by the river, together with the old city fortress, wall and magnificent temple, Church and local Villages that were built along.

After finishing the boat trip, head back to Bangkok.

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