Family Bike Tours with Tagalong - Ayutthaya, Thailand

Family Bike Tours with Tagalong - Ayutthaya, Thailand

Family Bike Tours with Tagalong - Ayutthaya, Thailand

Families can comfortably cycle together with a special bike attachment connecting a child’s bike with a parent. Children are also protected by safety equipment such as helmets, reflective clothing, and brightly-colored flags.
ปั่นจักรยานท่องเที่ยวกับครอบครัวได้อย่างสนุกสนานและปลอดภัยกับจักรยานชนิดพิเศษสำหรับเด็กๆ Tagalong รวมไปถึงจัดให้มีหมวกนิรภัย, แถบสะท้อนแสงและธงสัญญาณ

(By Nithi Subhongsang)

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Set at the conjunction of the Lopburi, Prasak and Chao Phraya rivers, the storied city of Ayutthaya was founded in 1350 by King U-Thong and served as the capital of what was the predecessor to the Siamese empire and modern Thailand.

Over the next 417 years it was ruled by 33 kings and repelled 23 Burmese invasions, before the Burmese finally succeeded in razing it to the ground in 1767. At its height, Ayutthaya was surrounded by a 12-kilometre-long wall which was five metres thick and six metres high and boasted 99 gates, brick and clay roads and canals to transport water into the city.

By all reports Ayutthaya was stunning and rivalled most European capitals of the time. The city was a major centre not only of Thai civilisation but also Asian, Middle Eastern and even European arts, culture and trade. A number of foreign communities thrived in the city, chief among them the Chinese, Japanese, Vietnamese, Indian, Persian, Portuguese, Dutch and French. As other ... Read our complete Ayutthaya travel guide

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