BANGKOK – AYUTHAYA
4 DAYS / 3 NIGHTS
DAY 1 Arrival – Bangkok
Arrived in Bangkok, will be picked up by the driver and driven to the hotel. Free time to enjoy the rest of the day.
DAY 2 Bangkok – City Tour
Breakfast at the hotel and then picked up by your guide and driver to make a tour of the main avenues of Bangkok, crossing the bustling China Town neighborhood, and following the course of the Chao Praya River until you reach the historic center of the city where we will visit the Temple WatPho, known for hosting one of the largest reclining Buddhas in the world, then the Wat Benjamabophit or commonly called the Temple of Marble and then the impressive Grand Palace complex symbol of the city and former official residence of the King of Thailand between the centuries XVIII and mid-twentieth century. The visit to the Grand Palace includes a visit to Wat Phra Kaew or Temple of the Emerald Buddha, the most important in all Thailand. Back to the hotel visit the state gemstone factory.
DAY 3 Bangkok – Ayuthaya (road) – Bangkok
Departure by bus to Ayutthaya, the ancient capital of the Kingdom of Siam. Ayutthaya, is an archaeological complex of great historical interest and declared as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO stands out. Ayutthaya is a living sample of the importance and patrimonial richness of this country, where religion (Buddhism), and the royal family are deeply revered by its inhabitants. At the end of the visit of the archaeological site we will continue towards Bang Pa-In, where the official summer residence of the Kings of Thailand is located. View of the complex and then return to Bangkok by road.
DAY 4 Bangkok – Departure
Breakfast at Hotel. At the indicated time, transfer to the airport to take the flight of your departure.
• Accommodation at hotel based on twin sharing
• Air-conditioned transportation
• Sight seeing as described in the itinerary including all admission fees.
• Local English or French speaking guides
• Flight and aiport taxes
• Visa fee
• Travel insurance
• Meals other than those mentioned in the program
• Personal expenses such as tips, bar bills, laundry and telephone charges
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