Ayutthaya Sunset

Are you ready for an unforgettable trip?

Tour Detail: 

  • 10:30 Meet you in the lobby
  • Drive about 1hr and 15 mins (65 Km) to Bang Pa In Summer Palace
  • Then visit 5 major historical sites 
  • Lunch  at a local Thai restaurant 
  • A private boat ride
  • Back to Bangkok  6:30 pm

Sightseeing Highlights:

  • Wat Panancheang
  • Wat Mahathat
  • Wat Rachaburana
  • Wat Putthai Sawan
  • Wat Chai Wattanaram


  • A friendly licensed tour guide                                                     
  • An Air-Con van and a professional driver           
  • All admission fees
  • Drinking Water, Soft Drinks
  • Dinner at a local restaurant
  • Liability and accident insurance


  • Gratuity for a guide & a driver                    

Information:(Click on these places below for photo gallery)

Ayutthaya was a second capital of Thailand for 417 years with 33 kings.  It was founded by King Uthong in 1350 but the city was completely destroyed by the Burmese in 1767. In 1969 the Fine Arts Department began renovations of the ruins.  It was declared as an UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1991.  Today Ayutthaya is one of the most famous one day trip from Bangkok.

Wat Phanan Choeng was built in 1424, 26 years before Ayutthaya was founded.  The highlight of the temple is a 19 meters high sitting Buddha image.  

Wat Mahathat was built in 1370 as the temple in the center of the city.  The main stupa was 50 meters high and contained relic of the Buddha.

It collapsed in 1911 and the Fine Art department excavated around the main prang (stupa) and they found a container with 7 layers.  The most inner contained relic of the Buddha.  The highlight of the temple is a dismembered Buddha head firmly grasped in the tree trunk of the banyan trees.

Wat Ratchaburana was built in 1424 by King Boromarja II, to commemorate his two brothers who died on elephantback fighting for the throne.  It became known to the public when thieves broke into the secret chamber that contained nation treasures. 

Wat Putthai Sawan was built in 1353 by King Uthong, the first king of Ayutthaya who lived on the site during the construction of the new capital.

Wat Chai Watthanaram was built in 1630 by King Prasat Thong on the site of his mother’s house.  The main stupa is 35 meters high and has a Cambodian influence.  It is the most intact and beautiful ruin temple in Ayutthaya.


Tour Duration

8-9 Hrs



Meeting Point

Hotel Lobby

Tour Rate
* Price/Person

1 person    8,000 Bath
2 persons   4,400 Bath
3 persons   3,200 Bath
4 persons   2,580 Bath
5 persons    2,230 Bath
6 persons    1,980 Bath
7 persons    1,800  Bath
8 persons   1,650   Bath
9 persons   1,550   Baht