Wat Niwet Thammaprawat
Wat Niwet Thammaprawat was constructed by King Rama V as a place for summer worship. Take a cable car ride across the water to discover its distinctive blend of traditional Thai and Western architecture.
Arts of the Kingdom
Uncover the ancient arts and crafts of the Ayutthaya period at this exceptional museum, which was created by the Queen Sirikit Institute. Each exhibit has been produced using traditional techniques.
Bang Sai Royal Folk Arts & Crafts Centre
This vast heritage centre covers 285 rai (14 acres) and showcases rural life and crafts in the four regions of Thailand. It also serves as a training centre and guests can purchase handmade products.
Wat Phanan Choeng
Overlooking the Chao Phraya River, on the opposite bank from Ayutthaya’s main city, Wat Phanan Choeng houses a spectacular statue of a seated Buddha which is over 17 metres tall.
Wat Yai Chai Mongkhon
Wat Yai Chai Mongkhon is an ancient monastery in Ayutthaya where monks still live today. The complex is famous for its large chedi, which is surrounded by stone statues of Buddha.
Gong Khong Market
Located in Bang Pa-in, this market is an authentic shopping experience for locals and visitors alike. Guests can purchase fresh organic produce and handcrafted items such as baskets, pots and ornaments.
Royal Bang Pa-In Golf Club
This impressive 18-hole championship golf course was designed by Schmidt-Curley Inc., the award-winning golf course architect, and features elevation changes, lakes, undulating greens and expansive bunkers.
Bangsai Country Club
A challenging gem of a golf course, Bangsai Country Club is set amongst the rice paddies and villages of Ayutthaya province. Due to its remote setting, the course is rarely busy on weekdays but more popular on weekends.
|– Green fee: THB 500 net / day||– Green fee: THB 1,500 net / day|
|– Caddy: THB 350 net / pax / 18 holes||– Caddy: THB 350 net / pax / 18 holes|
|– Golf Cart: THB 700 net||– Golf Cart: THB 700 net|
|– Golf Set: THB 1,000 net||– Golf Set: THB 1,000 net|