Ayutthaya Thailand is the most thrilling place to do a tour. With a long history and unclear chronicle. Ayutthaya is so mystical and so fascinating. It's a highlight of any Thailand visit, a must-do activity when you're in Bangkok, with close-up views of the temples and historic sites that line the Chao Phraya River.
In 1991 Ayutthaya was declared as a World heritage site by UNESCO. Ayutthaya is located 53 miles north of Bangkok. Ayutthaya was Thailand's capital from 1350 to 1767, when it was captured by the Burmese. Today, Ayutthaya is know for its spectacular ruins and temples. Many of its temples are still intact, such as Wat Phra Sanphet, Wat Mongkhon Bophit, Wat Panangcherng and Wat Chai Mongkol, known for its large bronze statue of the Reclining Buddha.
You will also see the summer palace of King Rama IV with its mixture of Thai, Chinese and Gothic architecture. The palace is a well-preserved 'museum', providing a glimpse into a time when Thailand was known as Siam.