The Klong Guru Tour takes approximately four hours and commences along the Chao Phraya River, before branching off into the heart of the city's fascinating klong labyrinth. Designed to Showcase the city's hidden cultural gems, the excursion reveals unique glimpses of timeless local life and traditional wooden canal homes that just out over the water. the journey includes encounters with the floating plants farm, exploration of glittering temples that were created in the Ayutthaya era ,and the opportunity to participate in the Thai custom of feeding fish for luck.
Ruins and historical significance of Ayutthaya are special enough for any eyes and ears to witness. But with “Musical Extravaganza, Jazz Concert” going on right now, Ayutthaya becomes even more charming.
Listening to a soft jazz music amidst the ancient ruins, enjoying the cool breeze? What can be better than this? You’re with me Suwida Boonyatistarn, reporting from Wat Phra Ram, Ayutthaya Historical Park
The Royal Elephant Kraal & Village sitting 5 kilometers away from Ayutthaya’s Historical Park doesn’t only hold historical significance as the place the ancient kings used to watch wild elephants being captured for royal usage, but is also the ground to Elephant Stay, home and nursery to over 90 elephants where the beasts receive attentive love and care, as well as be carefully trained to be involved in tourism activities.
Chinese New Year is a big celebration for anywhere in Thailand and that doesn’t spare Ayutthaya. From February the 11th to the 16th, Ayutthaya’s downtown sees a very big food fair with the highlight on the performance from the mainland China.