This 1-day tour will take you to the most photogenic spots around Bangkok. You will explore: ・Wat Pak Nam, well known for its emerald glass and planetarium like ceiling ・Wat Saman Rattanaram, famous for the Pink Ganesha which make your wishes come true ・Wonder the ruins of Ayutthaya, a UNESCO world heritage site (Wat Phra Si Sanphet, Wat Mahathat, Wat Yai Chai Mongkhon, Wat Lokayasutha (giant reclining Buddha
Free cancellation up to 72 hours in advance before activity starts.
- Duration：14 hours
- Guide lauguage：Japanese
Health & Safety Guidelines for COVID-19
Our employees will be conducting tours in accordance with our updated operations including the wearing of masks, frequent use of hand sanitizers and disinfecting of equipment after each tour. For our customers, we will similarly request measures for enhanced hygiene standards.
The Ruins of Ayutthaya, UNESCO World Heritage Site
In 1991, Ayutthaya was declared a UNESCO world heritage site and the ancient ruins of Ayutthaya provide a fascinating insight into Thai art and architecture. What is referred to as the old capital, Ayutthaya was once a bustling centre of commerce and now offers visitors to see first hand towering structures and temples.
Spectacular emerald ceiling inside Wat Pak Nam
Wat Pak Nam is the only temple with a glass stupa in Thailand, a beautiful five-floor grand pagoda. Buddhist exhibitions leading up to the top floor housing the emerald glass ceiling, be sure to gaze up at the amazing ceiling like planetarium.
You will be picked up at one of our designated locations. Your guide for the day will welcome you on board and give you a breakdown of the itinerary.
Explore Wat Pak Nam
Be amazed by the splendid emerald glass ceiling on the top floor of the pagoda.
Pink Ganesha at Wat Saman Rattanaram
Make your wishes come true in front of the pink Ganesha.
Enjoy a local thai lunch!
Wat Phra Si Sanphet
Visit Wat Phra Sri Sanphet which is Thailand’s most important royal palace and also tombs of three Kings.
Wat Mahathat (Buddha head)
Find the “miraculous Buddha head” in the trees.
Wat Yai Chai Mongkhon
The 72-meter-tall pagoda is surrounded by Buddha statues, creating a unique atmosphere.
Wat Lokayasutha (giant reclining Buddha)
Wat Lokayasutha is the ruins of a Buddhist temple destroyed in 1767. Now only a giant reclining Buddha statue remains.
Arrive in BKK (MBK)
The Siam area is home to a huge shopping mall that offers convenient access for transport links as well as food options.
- ・Adult： US$ 124
・Child： US$ 101
- ・English speaking guide ・Round-trip transportation from designated location ・Gasoline costs and road tolls ・Admission to sightseeing spots ・Lunch
- Meeting point
- Choose a pick-up location from the following places: 1.McDonald Robinson Sukhumvit (next to The Westin Grande Sukhumvit) at 6:15 a.m. 2.McDonald Robinson Bangrak at 6:45 a.m.
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