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I specialize in creating combination tours with multiple destinations e.g. Thailand, Cambodia, and Vietnam combo, within a region, all inter linked smoothly, convenient and affordable routing. Of course, I will also book a single destination of your choice. My formal background is a BS in Biological Science, and MA in education/administration and an MFA in Fine Arts, UCLA. I have held several Assistant Professorships, as well as a career Painter and Writer of Plays which have been produced and represented in Hawaii and Asia. In my spare time, I enjoy sailing and Oh Yes...TRAVEL!





The Ancient Capital Ayutthaya And Prasart Museum

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The Ancient Capital Ayutthaya And Prasart Museum


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Overview



Explore Thailand's ancient capital!

Make sure to check out Wat Phra Mahathat when in the old city of Ayutthaya. During the town's peak this was arguably the most important temple and remains one of the most intriguing sites today!

Included in this tour:
• Round trip transportation from your area hotel
• Private Vehicle with guide
• Ayutthaya "Ancient Capital"
• Lunch on a traditional wooden rice barge

The exploration of Ancient Thailand is both majestic and exhilirating as you venture into the historic depths of sites unique to this area. Your day will begin with a drive to the famous town of Ayutthaya. Your introduction will start with lunch arrangements on a traditinal wooden rice barge as you glide across the Pasak River to the east of the old city. Following lunch you will head into the heart of the "Ancient Capital" which stood as the face of the Thai kingdom for 417 years. By 1700 it grew to the largest city in the world with close to 1 million residents and was considered by many european merchants to be the most beautiful city they had come across. Unfortunately its quick demise was just as fast as its rise when it was left abandoned following a Burmese invasion in 1767. The remaining temples and palaces made of stone will create a very compelling ambience that will stick in your mind forever!

• Meal included in price of trip doesn't include drinks.
• We recommend you wear comfortable walking shoes, light clothes and a sun hat.

Days offered: 7 days a week

Departures:
  • 08:30 AM, duration: 9.5 hours