Monday, December 2, 2013

Thailand Shore Excursions

Thailand Shore Excursions
Tour to Ayutthaya old kingdom & Summer Palace

Full Day Tour



Price: Per Person

Highlight to:
  • Wat Mahathat
  • Wat Phrasrisanpet
  • Wat Lokiyasutharam
  • Wat Yai Chaimongkol
  • Summer Palace at Bang Pa In

Pick up: 07:00am
From your cruise ships at Laem Chabang Port,

Ayutthaya is the old kingdom of Thailand or Siam located in the northern part of the present capital of Bangkok. Now, it became the UNESCO World Heritage site in 1991.
417years old as the capital of Siam in the past, the time to explore the ruin places from the old temples with the red & brown bricks found by King U-Thong in 1350.

Wat Mahathat: Head of the buddha inside of the tree,
Wat Phrasrisanpet: The rounded chape chedies as the royal temple,
Wat Lokiyasutharam: The big reclining buddha outdoor,
Wat Yai Chaimongkol: Where the big chedi which we can go inside to see and explore it,
Summer Palace at Bang Pa In: The western palace on the riverside as the same to Versailes Palace in France.


Included: Transportation; pick up and drop off you at your Cruises in Laem Chabang Port of Thailand in Chonburi, Licensed tourist guide, Lunch, Ticketst to all tourist places as mentioned tours, Drinking water/per person, Express way

Excluded: Tips to guide&driver, Personal expenses, Drinks

Thailand Shore Excursions to Ayutthaya old kingdom is the must tour for your to explore the old and properous kingdom in this region during the past.

Welcome for your Shore Tours and Excursions to Thailand at Laem Chabang Tour in Chonburi.


Please contact,

Mike
Tour director and Travel consultant
Tel.+66 851452016
Email: bandyby@gmail.com, ssakby@gmail.com
The Bangkok Tour


Wat Lokiya sutharam



 

Wat Phrasrisanpet


 

Wat Mahathat


 

Bang Pa In Summer Palace



Cruise Tours and Thailand Shore excursion from Laem Chabang Port of Thailand,


Mike
Tour director and Travel consultant
Tel.+66 851452016
Email: bandyby@gmail.com, ssakby@gmail.com
The Bangkok Tour
 

1 comment:

  1. The highest mountain of Thailand, Doi Inthanon is also located in the Province, not far from the capital of the Chiang Mai Province which is also called Chiang Mai. https://doubletakesblog.com/2018/06/chiang-mai-doi-inthanon-local-guide.html The Chiang Mai Province is also a home to some beautiful gardens.

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