- Visit Wat Mahathat, Wt Phra Si Sanphet, Wat Ratchburana - the most famous temples in Ayutthaya
- Cycle around the city and explore its highlights and discover the local culture
- Take an elephant ride around the old capital
- Cruise down the river and wave at the local children playing and swimming in the river
- Homestay – stay the night with local people and experience real Thai culture
- Ayutthaya was founded in AD 1350 by Prince U-Thong
- Ayutthaya was the former capital of Thailand and remained so for 417 years
- Recognised internationally by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site, Ayutthaya was destroyed in 1767 by the Burmese army which resulted in the collapse of the kingdom. Bangkok thus became the capital of Thailand.
- Ayutthaya has over 2000 temples
- The population of Ayutthaya is approximately 800,000 people
- Chillax (chill out and relax) the afternoon or evening away on a converted rice barge, enjoy lunch or dinner on board, watch the locals going about their everyday lives, take in a temple or two and keep your eyes peeled as you may spot an elephant.
- Visit many of the ancient temples that once served the rulers of Thailand.
- Want to see a Buddha Head in a tree? Well, it's possible if you visit Wat Mahathat and find out just how it got there.
- Night food markets – you'll find them in front of Chankasaen Palace, north of the town centre. What do they offer – Thai food of course!
- Giant river prawn barbeque – HUGE prawn like you’ve never seen before. Found in the local restaurants along the river. How many can you eat?
Ayutthaya Boat & Travel
45/2 Mu 1 Rojana Rd. Pratu Chai
Ayutthaya 13000, Thailand
Travel Licence #14/00339
Tel: +66 (0)35 244 558
24 Hrs: +66 (0)81 733 5687
Fax: +66 (0)35 322 904