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5 days in Ayutthaya

A flight trip around Ayutthaya for nature, shopping and history lovers visiting top attractions like Ayutthaya Historical Park, Million Toy Museum, Boran Palace and many more.

5 daysJan 1 - Jan 5, 2022
24 kmRoute
1Province
14Places
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Ayutthaya Province

Famous for the Ancient and charming city of Ayutthaya. The Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya historical park in the heart of the city is a UNESCO world heritage site. Other attractions include Bang Sai arts and craft centre, orchard gardens, and a wide range of delicious local foods.

Ayutthaya Province

Day 1 (Jan 1, 2022)

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1 place to visit

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Ayutthaya Historical Park

Temple Ruins

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1 ~ 2 hours

Ayutthaya Historical Park is home to the temples and palaces of the ancient Ayutthaya Kingdom and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. A must see to all travellers.

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Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya

Day 2 (Jan 2, 2022)

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6 places to visit

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Queens Si Suriyothai Memorial

Memorial Park

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2 ~ 3 hours

Queens Si Suriyothai Memorial was built to honour the important queen of Ayutthaya.

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Wat Phu Khao Thong

Temple

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Wat Phu Khao Thong is known for its tall stupa dating back to the 18th century.

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Wat Na Phra Meru

Temple

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Wat Na Phra Meru is a famous and sacred place for local Thai Buddhist to come for prayer.

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Market Ayuttaya Municipality

Market

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Market Ayuttaya Municipality is known for its cheap and delicious street food.

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Wat Maheyong

Temple

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Wat Maheyong is a well-known temple where Buddhists monks regularly visit for meditation.

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Prasat Nakhon Luang

Temple

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Prasat Nakhon Luang is a ruin of a royal residence dating from the Ayutthaya era situated in Nakhon Luang District of Ayutthaya province. It's known for its Khmer style temple, thought to have been built back in 1631.

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Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya

Day 3 (Jan 2, 2022)

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5 places to visit

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Million Toy Museum

Museum

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2 ~ 3 hours

Million Toy Museum has an impressive exhibition of classic and modern toys. Perfect day out for families with young children.

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Boran Palace

Palace

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Boran Palace is one of the many ancient palaces dating back to the Ayutthaya era.

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Rama Public Park

Park

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Rama Public Park is located in Ayutthaya historical park. The gardens have an abundance of lakes, ponds, plants, trees, and flowers. It is highly recommended to hire a bicycle and spend the day exploring the grounds.

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Wat Phra Ram

Temple

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Wat Phra Ram is a fascinating and ancient Buddhist temple.

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Wihan Phra Mongkhon Bophit

Temple

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Wihan Phra Mongkhon Bophit is one of Thailand's largest bronze imagines.

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Day 4 (Jan 3, 2022)

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2 places to visit

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Wang Chang Ayutthaya Lae Phaniat

Elephant Park

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9 ~ 10 hours

Wang Chang Ayutthaya Lae Phaniat is a park for working elephants. You are welcome to ride, feed and photograph these beautiful creatures at a charge. At the weekend a show is performed for guests.

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Ayutthaya National Art Museum

Museum

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Ayutthaya National Art Museum has a selection of unique artwork designed by local Thai artists. Entrance is free.

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Day 5 (Jan 4, 2022)