which used to be the supreme royal temple during Ayutthaya’s days of prosperity. Stop at Viharn Phra Mongkolborphit housing a large bronze cast Buddha image, which was originally enshrined in the open area outside the Grand Palace and later covered by a building in the reign of King Songtham.
where the head of Buddha ‘s image is surrounded by roots of a tree.Wat Ratchburana is a temple built where the two sibling prince of Ayutthaya flight on the back of elephant at the approach to the Pa-Than bridge and ended with the death of them both. King Sampraya built the temple to house the ashes of his elder brothers. In 1950, the thieve escavated this cypte and found priceless number of teasure underneathe. Now parth of the teasure is kept in the Sampraya museum.
Wat Chai Wattanaram
(built in 1630 by King Prasat Thong, a replica of Angkor Wat with a huge prang surrounded by smaller ones, symbolizing Mount Meru, the residence of the heavenly gods), which is located next to the Chao Praya River. This is the best time to walk and talk about the last period of Ayutthaya and enjoy a nice breeze and take a lot of photos before return ing to Bangkok.Return to Bangkok
A private boat trip around the historical island provides for the most relaxing way to see some of Ayutthaya’s most famous temples and enjoy local life around the river and review historical landmarks from the river.