Guest rooms of this luxury boutique hotel each have incredible views of the river, and the beauty of a riverside temple illuminated for superb views at night.
Located not far from Wat Po in a large neo classical building, the exhibition starts with a short, almost surrealist, movie presentation based around the central question ‘What is Thai? Combining a visit to the Grand Palace, Wat Prakeow and Wat Po with the Museum of Siam is an excellent option for FITs and groups as the museum is located nearby and shows a very different Thailand.
The temple ruins of Sukhothai Historical Park are UNESCO listed for cultural heritage and a beautiful reminder of Thailand’s golden age and royal the Kingdom of Siam.
It’s an unmatched opportunity for travel agents to touch the cultural and historical evolution of a nation… Khiri Travel is offering a seven-day travel agent familiarization trip that explores the evolution of Thai civilization. The “Into the Thai Heartland” trip will bring to life the historic cultural power centres of Bangkok, Ayutthaya, Nakhon Sawan, Kampheng […]
Ayutthaya once was the flourishing capital of ancient Siam with around one million inhabitants. Due to its river location on an accessible and fertile agricultural plain and its central location between China, Malaysia, and India it became an international trading hub. Merchants from Arabia, Japan, Portugal, China, India, the Netherlands and France hailed Ayutthaya the […]