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Travel back to the time of Thailand’s glory days. Visit Ayutthaya, the former royal capital and once the largest city in the world. Explore historic buildings worthy of UNESCO Heritage status and cruise along the mighty ‘River of Kings’ for a glimpse of the serene Thai countryside.
Pick up from hotel and transfer to the river city shopping complex, Siphraya, next to Royal Orchid Sheraton Hotel.
Departure from Bangkok by Grand Pearl luxury air–conditioned coach with English speaking guide.
Arrive at Bang Pa-In Summer Palace, former residence of Thai Kings in 17th Century. Bang Pa-In has a captivating collection of marvelous pavilions in a variety of Thai, Chinese, Italian and Victorian architectural styles, encircled by beautiful gardens and lake
Arrival at Ayutthaya, a World Heritage City and historic capital of Thailand. Visit Wat Mahatat, the royal monastery, served as the residence of supreme monk. Wat Phrasrisanphet, the largest and most important temple. Its was used as a residential palace. and Wihan Phramongkhon Bophit, the large bronze Buddha image was originally enshrined in the open area outside the grand palace and later covered by a building called Wihan.
Welcome aboard the Grand Pearl Cruise Liner at Wat Chong-lom Pier (Nonthaburi). Sumptuous buffet lunch with a choice of a variety of oriental and western cuisines will be served, while you may relax and enjoy the fascinating scenery on the River of Kings. The cruiser will then head towards Nontaburi, past Koh Kred, The monn community before reaching Bangkok city.
Coffee will be served while you enjoy the enchanting sights along the River banks such as the colorful Royal Barges House, Thammasart University, Siriraj hospital, The Royal Grand Palace and the graceful Temple Of Dawn, with its magnificent 79 M. spire, Wat Kallayanamitr, one of the most renowed temples.
Arrival and disembark at the River City Shopping Complex Pier. Transfer back to hotel by air-conditioned van.