Wat Mahathat – one of the oldest temples in Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya Historical Park – is a great destination for MICE travellers to visit this morning. The temple complex comprises of holy relics from the Lord Buddha, large and small pillars (prangs), and an octagonal chedi. A highlight of the temple is the small viharn where parts of tree have grown around a statue of the Buddha’s head, creating a strange sense of beauty that captivates many visitors.
The ancient wooden house at Ban Thai Ayutthaya Khlong Sa Bua offers an idyllic spot to enjoy a delicious Thai lunch in elegant surroundings. Lunch is served in Chef’s Table style and diners having the choice of three courses. It is also a great venue to hold conferences or events for up to 300 people - by the Sa Bua canal in a traditional Thai atmosphere.
Ayothaya Floating Market gives MICE travellers a chance in experience the lives of the locals through fun activities such as taking a boat ride, learning about the local history from the live performance and enjoying the traditional Thai sweets and snacks such as roti sai mai (roti with cotton candy), khanom mor kaeng (Thai egg custard), and luk chub (grounded mung beans nicely shaped into fruits or vegetables)
Check in and participate in the meeting at The Classic Kameo Hotel in Ayutthaya, a great venue for all kinds of meetings. The hotel features a selection of fully-equipped meeting rooms from small to large that meet the TMVS standard requirements and can accommodate up to 500 participants.