Pick up from hotels in Bangkok city and departure to visit Ayutthaya, the ancient capital of Siam, where you will find the ruined temples of Wat Yai Chaimongkhon, is situated to the southeast of the city. The large chedi there can be seen from a great distance. It was built by King U-thong in 1357 A.D.
for the use of the monks who had returned from Ceylon after studying under Phra Vanarat Maha Thera. This body of monks was known as the Pa Kaeo Sect. So this monasteny was originally known as Wat Pa Kaeo. The monks of this sect were engaged mainly in meditation.
Continue to Wat Phra Mahathat, this temple was one of Ayutthaya’s most important temples. It enshrined Buddha relics and was the seat of the Supreme Patriarch of Buddhism and thus the center of Buddhism in the Ayutthaya Kingdom. Wat Mahathat was a Royal monastery located close to the palace. The King performed important ceremonies here, such as the Royal Kathin ceremony. After that visit Wat Phanang Choeng before heading to Phisanulok. Lunch will be served during this day in a local restaurant.
On the way, you will also have chance to visit Phra Prang Sam Yot and San Phra Kan Monkey Temple in Lop Buri.
Upon arrival in Phisanulok, check in to your hotel.
Phisanulok, 1 night