Ayutthaya by Bike 

Spend a whole day touring the highlights of Ayutthaya by bike.

A one-day ride through history

The hundreds of temple ruins in Ayutthaya hint at its wealthy past when it thrived for centuries as the Siamese capital. You’ll arrive by train from Bangkok and spend the day on a cycling tour, visiting the most famous temples in the city and pausing to enjoy Ayutthaya as it is today when you stop at a local market and riverside restaurant.

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1 nights

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Day 1


You’ll be collected from your hotel in Bangkok and board a train to Ayutthaya. On arrival, you’ll collect your bike and cycle north through Thai villages and rice paddies. Cycling onwards, you’ll pass temple ruins on your way to a riverside restaurant and stop for lunch. In the afternoon, you’ll visit Wat Mahathat and Wat Pra Sri Sanphet for a closer look at Ayutthaya’s temples and kings. You’ll see a local market, then pause at a colossal reclining Buddha. The ride continues to a temple constructed in 1630. The last leg takes you along the west bank of the Chao Phraya River to the city, where you’ll return your bike and check into a hotel for the night.

Day 2

Back to Bangkok

After breakfast at the hotel, you’ll return to the station and take the train back to Bangkok.