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 11 Reasons to visit
  1. The historic city of Ayutthaya was declared a UNESCO world heritage site in 1991

  2. Historic town of Sukhothai and its associated historic towns was declared a UNESCO world heritage site in 1991

  3. Watch the must see show of Thailand in Bangkok” The Siam Niramit Show” with over 150 dancers and 500 costumes and listed in the Guiness book of world records for the “ tallest proscenium arch, measured at 11.95 metres”

  4. See the tallest bronze statue in the world and Buddha’s head on a tree at Ayutthaya

  5. See and take a train ride on the historic “ Bridge on the River Kwai”

  6. Touch, keep a tiger on your lap and take photographs at the only tiger temple in the world at Kanchanaburi

  7. Go see the Grand Palace in Bangkok, the architecture is a great mix of Thai & European styles, the temple of Emerald Buddha is in the same complex

  8. Get dazzled at Wat Phao in Bangkok, famous for the huge reclining Buddha statue

  9. Visit Wat Arun, Bangkok or the temple of Dawn is one of the best known landmarks and one of the most published images of Bangkok

  10. Visit to the ancient city is a must, this park is over 320 acres and has the replicas of the 109 monuments of Thailand and often referred as the world’s largest outdoor museum

  11. Shop till you drop at the night market in Bangkok’s night market

 Great to know

  • According to a legend the Emerald Buddha in Bangkok was created in India in 43 BC by Nagasena in the city of Patna

  • The historic city of Ayutthaya was named after Ayodhya, India

  • Wat Phra Meru in Ayuthaya has two Buddha images, one of which is reputedly 1,300 years old and from Sri Lanka.

  • Wat Phra Si Samphet was Ayutthaya’s largest temple and a favorite of royalty: the Burmese melted down its 16-meter Buddha image for the 250 kg of gold that covered it.

  • Sukhothai the capital during the 13th century, translates as “Dawn of Happiness”

  • Sukhothai was the 1st truly ancient Thai Kingdom and the thai alphabets were created here which is from Pali, Sanskrit and Grantha

  • In 1360 King Ramathibodi complied the legal code in Ayutthaya based in Indian Dharmashastra in Pali and remained in force till the 19th century

  • The architecture of Ayutthaya is a fascinating mix of ancient Khmer and early Sukhothai styles

  • At its peak Sukhothai kingdom stretched from Burma to Laos and down to Malay Penninsula. This was larger than that of modern Thailand

  • Take a stroll through China Town a very atmospheric place quite different to the rest of the inner city of Bangkok

  • Bangkok’s official name is “Krungthepmahanakhon Amornrattanakosin Mahintharayutthaya Mahadilokphop Noppharat Ratchathaniburirom Udomratchaniwetmahasathan Amonphiman Awatansathit Sakkathattiyawitsanukamprasit”

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"Our children and we never forget this journey. Prakash had been to Thailand 7 times but he says the trip with 365 Tours was entirely different. We visited Tiger Temple, the only place where you can sit with and hug a tiger, wow! And a number of monuments… Timing, food… everything was highly flexible. The executives from the company were extremely open minded in helping us to formulate the itinerary."

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