Thailand Ayutthaya 1 Day TATTH6933
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Bangkok - Ayutthaya07.00 at the same time at the meeting point Welcoming and facilitating07.30 a.m. Bring the group to travel to Ayutthaya province.09.30: Temple 1, Suwan Dharam Temple Located on Fort Phet. Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya District Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya Province This temple has many things to see, whether it is the temple which is still in style. Late Ayutthaya Is to soften the curved base in the middle like the mouth of a junk boat The gable of the temple hall is carved into the image of Narai Garuda. There is a mural of Thep Chumnum on the upper wall of the Ubosot At the bottom, write about Vessantara Chataka. Airforce allegory and Suwan Sam Chatok The front wall of the Buddha image is painted Marawichai. There is Mother Earth squeezing her hair in the middle.This temple, formerly known as "Wat Thong", is a temple built during the reign of King Tai Sa by King Rama I of Rattanakosin. Please keep building up Later, King Rama 1 ascended the throne Please restore the entire monastery in the year 2328 and give the name Suwan Dararam Temple To commemorate the royal family and the royal mother According to the original names of both of them, Thongdee and Daoruang, Wat Suwan Dararam. Outstanding with the frescoes in the Ubosot and the Vihara. Including the architecture within the temple11.30 AM: Temple 2, Boromwong Ison Wararam Worawihan Temple Originally an ancient temple Built only in Ayutthaya times, the capital was originally named "Wat Talay Ya" or "Wat Location Ya" because it is located in the middle of the grass field. When the rainy season floods. Over time, it became a deserted temple for a long time. Later Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Mala Krom Phraya Bamrap the opponent He saw that this abandoned temple was located in a quiet area. Suitable to be the Buddhist Lent of novice monks Therefore began to restore the sea grass temple Renovated and rebuilt the whole temple Which is a time since the reign of King Rama IV of Rattanakosin Until completed in the year 2418 in the reign of King Rama 5 and was presented as a royal temple, graciously bestowed on the name Boromawong Isarawararam Worawihan Temple Inside the temple, behind the Ubosot, is a very important temple. Inside is a statue of King Chulalongkorn and there is a portrait of King Rama V, his wife, his wife and a rare companion. As many pictures In addition, there are also a group of Buddha images that are dressed in royal garments in the form of a king, wearing a crown with Joni. Decorated with jewelry, Pimpaporn with grandeur, with Kuntol Phahurat, Phra Krathamarong, Soy Sangwan, Thapwiannee, very beautiful, there are 3 pangsan peninsula, and the most outstanding is Reclining Buddha image Hard to see And has a beautiful Buddhist appearance The shape has a very detailed pattern. Take you to Ayothaya floating market12.00: Eat free food at your leisure1:30 p.m. Temple No.3, Phra Meru Rachikaram Worawihan Temple or Wat Na Phra Men Located in Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya District Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya Province Wat Na Phra Men is one of the temples in Ayutthaya that has not been destroyed by Burma. And still in very good condition Some speculated that it might be because Burma had set up headquarters at this temple and Haddawas Temple. It is a third class Royal Monastery, according to legend, said that King In during the reign of King Rama II, built in 2047 BC. "Wat Phra Meru Rachikaram" was later called "Wat Na Phra Men" assumed that it was built at the cremation site for any one of the kings And may have been restored continuously This temple has been renovated over several periods. Since the reign of Somdej Phra Chao was the head of the urn During the reign of King Rama IX By Phraya Chai Wichit, the governor of Ayutthaya in 2378 and during the reign of King Mongkut Until now15.00 hrs. 4th Temple, Choeng Tha Temple, Teen Tha Temple or Wat Tin or Wat Klang or Wat Kosawat, located in Tha Wa Su Kri Subdistrict Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya District Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya Province is an old temple built during the reign King Rama I or King U-Thong But no evidence of who created itDuring the reign of King Boromkot During the year 2275 - 2301 B.E., please rebuild the Kosawat Temple again (presumably to be restored while a monk (King Krung Thonburi the Great) was ordained as a Buddhist monk at this temple) after completing the restoration. Please change the name to Wat Choeng Tha, the temple is located in the north of Koh Muang. On the left bank of the Lopburi River near Khu Mai Rong, a royal boat storage facility in the Ayutthaya period. And is also a temple where monks have always been the Buddhist temple Archeology Office, Fine Arts Department has determined that the temple choeng Is a national historic site Outside the island city of Ayutthaya This is because within the temple grounds there are many works of Thai art in the late Ayutthaya period in the form of architecture, sculpture and painting. It should be used as a model in the study of ancient civilizations. Therefore determined as an important archaeological site4.00 p.m. Temple 5, Wat Niwet Thammaprawat Ratchaworawihan It is an old Thai temple during the reign of King Rama V, built with the only European architecture in Thailand. It looks like a Christian church with a Gothic style. Located near the Bang Pa In Palace Bang Pa-in District Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya Province Wat Niwet Thammaprawat It was built in 1876 by His Majesty King Chulalongkorn Rama V to be used as a place for performing royal charity when he came. Changed the royal court to stay at the palace, Bang Pa In by King Rama V, please create a imitation of a western cathedral. And using Gothic art Buddhist temple of the temple It is a building with a dome and a tower like a western temple. At the top of the dome there is a clock tower and a bell set. And above is where the relics of the Lord Buddha are enshrined6:00 p.m. Eat free food at your leisure.19.00 p.m. Return to Bangkok.
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