Cycling through the old town Ayutthaya
Added building block to your journey
You arrive at Ayutthaya to explore the Ayutthaya World Heritage site. Ayutthaya was the capital of Thailand from 1350 until 1767 and was the home base for 33 different Siamese kings. During its height, it had a population of more than 1,000,000 inhabitants.
On the way we stop at Bang Pa In Palace, used by the kings of Thailand as their summer residence.
After a local lunch we head to a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Ayutthaya and explore the ancient ruins that once were the capital of Thailand. You will discover a huge sitting Buddha statue at Wat Prananchoeng and the famous leaning Chedi at Wat Chai Mongkol, as well as hundreds of smaller statues along the walls.
You will stay here for 1 night in a hotel, where the children can take a refreshing dive into the pool.
This will be a fun day for the whole family with a combination of bike and boat. You cycle with “tag-along” bikes, where the children sit on the back. Of course, all security measures are taken: helmets, reflective clothing, etc…
After cycling we make a nice cruise on the rivers of Ayutthaya and enjoy an enchanting view of old ruins, palaces and temples. We end your day in a fantastic way by serving you a delicious, kid friendly meal.
|Comfort||Adults||Child (3 – 11 years)|
|Comfort||€ 212 p.p.||€ 159 p.p.|
Prices are calculated based on a stay in July-August and for a family with two adults and two children (3-11 years) sleeping in the same room. If you are travelling in a different period or with a different family composition, prices may vary.
The prices are indicative and depend partly on the exchange rate fluctuations. To ensure that you pay the best price, we buy this currency the moment you book your trip.