The interests of Bangkok bike tour to Ayutthaya

Being one of the most much interested activities in tour from Bangkok to Ayutthaya, Thai Bike Tours would like to share you some of the highlights before you decide to choose your travel type:

– A fun and informative way of sightseeing: do not like the others, bike tour is a specialist one because we need you have to be handled the bicycle firstly, you then led by our expert guide along the backroads that means along the quiet roads.

– Specially in the Ayutthaya area, you will have a very different feels while cycling through and pass the numerous temples in antique style, that you will snap many great photos in memories.

We do not really guessed that you will have that feels, but you can contact info@thailandbiketours.com for more inspirations.

  • Tour with English-speaking guide.
  • Enjoy a tasty Thai snack.
  • Best cycling in Ayutthaya.
  • An unforgettable tour of the city’s highlights.

 

During the 1700s, at a time when the United States was just a colonial outpost, the city of Ayutthaya was home to over a million people. Reigning as the capital of Siam, the city was a huge hub bursting with activity and trade from merchants from across the world. The Ayutthaya Kingdom prevailed from 1350 to 1767, and was a major power in Southeast Asia during this time.

In 1767, a series of socio-economic and political changes, as well as conflicts over succession, weakened the Ayutthaya military and the city was invaded by the Burmese. After a ruthless 14-month long siege, Ayutthaya fell to its knees, was ravaged by fire, and never recovered.

A new city has since sprung from the ashes, and the ruins of the ancient city are now preserved as the “Ayutthaya Historical Park”, a recognized UNESCO Heritage Site. All that is left today of the old city are the ancient ruins of its temples — a monument to a remarkable kingdom and a bygone age.

The best way to explore Ayutthaya’s temple ruins is by bicycle. The Historical Park is not too large, so you’re able to see all the best temples in one day while maintaining a leisurely pace on your bike. Read on for my one-day Ayutthaya cycling route and itinerary, which includes 7 of the best temples to visit.

Just 80 kilometers (50 mi) from Bangkok lies the former capital of Siam, which is an ideal city for a biking adventure. Cycling in Ayutthaya is a great idea for getting around the ruins and is a fun and informative way of sightseeing. Thanks to paved paths and short distances between the temples biking is a really easy and safe way of getting around. Plus, the city is a manageable size so biking in and around the city is a no-brainer. So hop on a bike and explore Wat Phra Sri Sanphet, Wat Mahathat, the Chao Phrom Market and so much more!

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