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ASEAN Gastronomy Local Experience

Planner :
Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya 2 Day , Bangkok 1 Day , Others 2 Day
Period :
4 Days 3 Nights
Category :
Local Experience, Experience Thailand and More,
  • Day 1
    Oct 17
  • Day 2
    Oct 18
  • Day 3
    Oct 19
  • Day 4
    Oct 20
Day 1 : Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya

Ayutthaya Tourist Center

Ayutthaya Tourist Center used to be Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya Province town hall, a work place for civil servants in the regime of Pridi Banomyong, the Prime Minister and the minister of Finance. In front of the building, there are six statues of brave kings and a queen of Ayutthaya Period: Ramathibodi I or U-thong, Phra Boromma Trailokkanat, Naresuan The Great, Narai the Great, Taksin the Great and Phra Sri Suriyothai.The building's ground floor is a tourist service center providing information for tourists. Upstairs is an exhibition of  Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya history, showing the old capital's stories, history, ways of life, local wisdom and recommended tourist attractions in the province. The end of the exhibition area there is a video showing with options of Thai, English, Chinese and Japanese subtitles.Ayutthaya Tourist Center opens on Wednesday to Sunday 9.00 a.m.-4.00 p.m. Free admission fee.Incidentally, Ayutthaya Tourist Center is the location of the National Gallery of Art permanently exhibiting sculptures and handmade fine art pieces of 97 artists, 112 pieces in all. Open daily on weekdays except Wednesday 9.00 a.m.-4.30 p.m. Free admission fee also. Further information call 03-542-3177. 

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8 Min. ( Approx. 1.89 Km.)

Baan Watcharachai

Baan Watcharachai serves a legendary taste of Thai cuisine, particularly grilled river prawn at the charming garden house by the river. In the past 10 years this garden house by the river was established and a part of the charming house was converted to a restaurant. Named after a conjugation of the three house owners of the Sunthornrawats, Sangchai, Watcharee and Issara respectively, Baan Watcharachai serves a legendary taste of delectable Thai cuisine such as Grilled River Prawn, Thai Spicy Soup with Crispy Fried Snakeskin Gourami and Young Tamarind Leaves, Pineapple Topped with Stir-fried Minced Pork and aromatic seasonings. In case you would like to increase your appetite, opt for Mango with Chili Dip and complement it with Crispy Fried Marinated Minnow. For the city sightseeing, advance reservation can be made for lunch and dinner cruises in the river.  

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14 Min. ( Approx. 7.25 Km.)

Wat Phananchoeng

Wat Phanan Choeng Worawiharn is located in Khlong Suan Plu subdistrict, on the south bank Of Pasak River opposite the main city. From Wat Yai Chai Monkon, make a left turn and keep going for a kilometer, you will find Wat Phanan Choeng on your right.Although Wat Phanan Choeng has been built even before the establishment of Ayutthaya as the capital city, there is no clear record about its founder. According to the Northern Chronicles, Phra Chao Sai Namphung, the ruler of Ayotthaya, had it built at the royal cremation site of Phra Nang Soi Dok Mak and named the temple “Wat Phra Chao Nang Choeng” (or Wat Phra Nang Choeng)The assembly hall (vihara) houses a majestic Buddha image cast in B.E. 1324, 26 years before the establishment of Ayutthaya. This Buddha image was formerly called “Phra Buddha Chao Phanan Choeng”, until King Rama IV renamed it “Phra Buddha Trirattana Nayok”. It was built of stucco in subduing Mara posture and was magnificently lacquered and gilt. In front of the Buddha Image are a talipot fan and 2 statues of disciples made of stucco sitting on its left- and right- hand side. The columns inside the assembly hall were decorated with red painting of Phum Khao Bin pattern. The capitals of the columns were ornamented with stucco multi-petal lotus flowers. All the 4 walls were indented to make several chambers which enshrine 84,000 small Buddha images.  The wooden front doors were craved exquisitely with Kan Khod pattern, a distinctive feature of Ayutthya Art. The ordination hall (ubosot) houses Sukhothai-style Buddha images. Viharn Sien in front of the main assembly hall is a rectangular building whose walls decorated by mural painting. The traditional Thai architectural sermon hall is made of wood. Its pediment was ornamented with a gable apex and ridges. The crossbeam inside was covered with the painting portraying the life of the Lord Buddha. In addition, you will find the shrine of Chao mae Soi Dok Mak, the Chinese architecture enshrining the statue of Chao mae Soi Dok Mak in Chinese costume. The sacred statue is known as “chu-sae-near” and widely worshipped by the Chinese. Admission fee for foreigners is 20 baht and free of charge for Thai visitors. 

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Day 2 : Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya

Bang Pa-in Palace

Bang Pa-in Palace is ancient palace back to Ayutthaya era. This palace was built by King Prasart Thong and then it was rebuilt by King Mongkut after it’s abandoned for long time. The palace is divide into 2 zone one is inner zone that for royal family to use as a resting place the other zone is outer zone that open for normal people and tourist.                   According to Bang Pa-in Travel Guide there are a lot of place tourist can pay a visit in this palace.                     Hem Montein Tewa Raja Tower (King Prasart Thong Shrine). This was built in Khmer style by King Mongkut in addition to honor King Prasart Thong the one who first built this palace.                   Aisawan Thiphya-Asana Royal Pavilion. This royal pavilion was built by King Mongkut at the middle of palace’s basin. It is a copy of Arporn Phimok Prasart royal pavilion in Bangkok and named follow by the first royal pavilion that build by King Prasart Thong in the past.                   Vropas Phimarn Palace. This palace is a Greek Corinthian Order style palace. It was built for royal ceremony or welcome the royal guest. Aside from any ceremony this palace also a storage of ancient weapon, carve statue and another tribute that gift to royal family.                   Saphakan Ratchaprayun. This the assembly hall build at opposite of Vropas Phimarn Palace in order for royal family followers to use it as an accommodation.                   Tewa Raja Kunlai Gate. This a gate on top of the bridge that connect Bang Pa-in Palace inner and outer zone together.                   Uthayarn Phum Satein Palace. This is the wood palace build in Swiss Chalet style. All around the palace decorate by a highly rare and valuable assets that tribute from across the country. Sadly the palace was accidently burned in 1938 and the hold palace and its asset ware turned to ashes. After accident King Bhumibol Adulyadej rebuilt this palace as a concrete palace.                     Vehas Jumrune Palace. This palace is a Chinese style palace and it use as a winter palace. The palace was built by local millionaire name Lord Shoduk and his nickname is Fuk. He built this palace in order to offering it to King Chulalongkorn. The palace has a name in Chinese language it is Tien Meng Toei. The architecture and art style of this palace is truly a masterpiece there are carving art on every wall the main chamber floor is Jay tile with art paint on each tile also surrounding area decorate by Chinese furniture and decoration. This palace sometime open a room on first floor for tourist to pay a visit.                   Bubpha Prapas Royal Pavilion. This pavilion was built by King Chulalongkorn in the garden next to Vehas Jumrune Palace in order to be a place for relax and take look in flower garden.                   Vitule Tassana Tower. This tower was built by King Chulalongkorn alongside the Bubpha Prapas royal pavilion in order to be a view tower for take a look in all area.                   Queen Sunanta Kumarirat Monument. This is a monument build by King Chulalongkorn to be a memorial of his beloved consort who pass away in boat accident.                   Raja Nusorn Monument. This monument was built along with Queen Sunanta Kumarirat Monument in order to be a memorial for another royal family members that pass away in the same boat accident as Queen Sunanta Kumarirat.                   There are quite lot of ways to travel to Bang Pa-In Palace tourist   can choose the most suit way for themselves.                   If you travel by personal vehicle from Ayutthaya city. Head out from town by highway No. 3477 to Ban Len parish it will take around 15 minute to reach Bang Pa-In train station after that just head straight Bang Pa-In Palace must be on right hand side. However if you come from Bangkok you have to use Paholayothin road until you reach Pratu Nam Pra-in then cross outer ring’s bridge after that turn left at 35th Km. to highway No. 308 head straight 7 Km. you will reach Bang Pa-In Palace.                   There are some public bus from transport station in Bangkok to Ayutthaya’s transport station. Tourist can directly buy ticket from the station or book ticket online at www.busticket.in.th or www.thaiticketmajor.com also buy ticket online at www.thairoute.com is still an option.                   Bang Pa-In Palace has train station nearby so it possible to travel by train. There are a train from Bangkok at Hua Lum Pong train station to travel to Bang Pa-In train station. Tourist can ticket online at www.thairailwayticket.com/eTSRT/                   Another way that famous among tourist to detour around Ayutthaya include visit Bang Pa-In palace is boat trip by tourist Service Company. 

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Day 3 : Bangkok,Others

SUVARNABHUMI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

Opened in September 2006, the new Bangkok International Airport, Suvarnabhumi (“Soo-wan-na-boom”) is one of the most spectacular airports in the world, befitting its status as the major hub of air travel in Southeast Asia.Located approximately 30km (18.6 m) east of downtown Bangkok, a drive to or from the airport should take no more than one hour, though a new rail line linking the airport and town should save a great amount of time during Bangkok’s chaotic rush hours. The airport, which can service up to 45 million passengers per year is a hub for a number of international carriers, including Thai Airways, Orient Thai Airways, Bangkok Airways, and Thai AirAsia, as well as  major connecting city for Cathay Pacific, China Airlines, Emirates Airline, EVA Air, Indian Airlines, Royal Jordanian, and Sri Lankan Airlines.

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2 Hr. ( Approx. 1539.00 Km.)

Kuala Lumpur International Airport

KL International Airport (KLIA) is one of Asia's major aviation hubs and is a destination in itself. It is located at the top of the southern corridor of Peninsular Malaysia, bordering the states of Selangor and Negeri Sembilan. Situated in the Sepang district, it is approximately 50km from the capital city, Kuala Lumpur.  

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1 Hr. 40 Min. ( Approx. 112.00 Km.)

malacca

Malacca is a Malaysian state on the Malay Peninsula's southwest coast. The capital, Malacca City, has a colonial past seen in its preserved town center, the site of 16th-century, Portuguese St. Paul’s Church. It's also home to Christ Church, built by the Dutch in the 18th century. Next to Christ Church in Red Square is the Stadthuys, the Dutch-era town hall now housing a museum of Malaccan history and ethnography.

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13 Min. ( Approx. 10.99 Km.)

Chicken Rice Ball at Jonker Walk

Malacca is known as a food haven, as people flock from all over Malaysia to the UNESCO World Heritage city for the best, only-in-Malacca dishes. One of the Malacca’s most celebrated dishes is chicken rice balls, and at Kedai Kopi Chung Wah, a coffee shop specializing in this delight, it is serious business. With lines of eager diners outside the property throughout its opening hours, Chung Wah is immensely popular, and for all the right reasons. Conveniently located in Jonker Walk, Kedai Kopi Chung Wah sits right opposite the giant San Shu Gong outlet, at the end of the row of shop lots at Jalan Hang Jebat. Interior-wise, the eatery embraces the Malaysian-style coffee shop decor – wooden chairs and marble-top tables occupy the floor space, with hawker stalls being used as workstations where food is prepared.

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1 Min. ( Approx. 0.18 Km.)

Calanthe Art Café

Serves Malaysia 13 States' Coffee, the original and yet the modern style-Ice Blenz, Milk Shake, Smoothies, Soda drinks, Beers, Chilled drinks and etc... Mainly the Asian foods such as the popular choice- Nyonya Laksa, Golden Rice, Daily Special, Rice, soups, western foods selection and etc... Final with the home made dessert such as cheesecake, Brownie in western and asian style, cakes, pudding and etc...

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Day 4 : Others

fierce curry house

Fierce Curry House in Bangsar (Behind the LRT Station) serves up a mean Banana Leaf Set Thali and Hyderabad Dum Biryani's for lunch everyday! In the evening after 4 PM, Fierce turns into a North Indian A'la Carte restaurant serving crowd favourites such as Chicken Tikka Masala, Butter Chicken, Mutton Rogan Josh, Lamb Seekh Kebab's, Hyderabad Dum Biryani's and an array of Naan's. Come check it out and have a Fierce Meal!

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8 Min. ( Approx. 5.80 Km.)

Petronas Towers

Soaring to a height of 451.9 metres, the 88-storey twin structure is Kuala Lumpur's crown jewel. Majestic by day and dazzling at night, the PETRONAS Twin Towers are inspired by Tun Mahathir Mohamad's vision for Malaysia to be a global player. Together with master architect Cesar Pelli, the international icons capture the nation's ambitions and aspirations. Visitors are highly encourage to purchase the ticket in advance via e-ticketing at www.petronastwintowers.com.my or at ticketing counter. Thank you. The PETRONAS Twin Towers serves to link the country's cultural heritage with its future. Local handicrafts and weaving patterns inspire the building's interior motifs. Interact with cutting-edge displays throughout your visit. Stand in between the Twin Towers in the world's highest 2-storey bridge. Ascend higher to level 86, where the story of Malaysia's vision unfolds amid breathtaking views of the city. And wrap up your experience with beautiful souvenirs at the PETRONAS Twin Towers’ Gift Shop. Ticket Price: Adult - RM80 Adult (MyKad) - RM25 Child - RM30 Child (MyKid) - RM12

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