Thailand has a number of impressive historical landmarks that have been recognized by UNESCO as World Heritage Sites, among them, the stunning 13th and 14th century ruins at Sukhothai Historical Park.
For your visitors to Ayutthaya, the place to begin exploring this UNESCO Heritage Site is the interactive exhibits at Baan Hollanda, a replica of the former Dutch trading office.
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.
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
Khiri Operations Manager, Koen Olie and Customer Relations Supervisor Punapa (Apple) went on a fact-finding trip to Ayuthaya on 19 November 2011
Inscribed as UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1991, Ayuthaya is home to many temple ruins, dating back to the 14th Century AD. Many of the temples can be found on the “island” area of the city, formed by the Chao Praya and Pasak Rivers.