Tony's Place

12/18 Naresuan Road Soi 1, Ayutthaya, Thailand

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    Budget accomodation in Ayuthaya

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    Clean rooms in unique wooden rambling lodge type structure on a backpacker street just off the main street in Ayutthaya, this was worth the 350 baht for a double room with fan, ensuite.
    Restaurant and bar downstairs which is always busy seemingly but food is nothing amazing and can be had for less money on same street.

    Unique Quality: Garden bar downstairs and friendly staff.

    Onward tour and travel info/services. Boat tour at 150 baht for residents is good deal

    Directions: Just ask tuk tuk driver to take you to this street.

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Elephant CampElephant Camp

Forum Posts

how much roughly a tuk tuk for the day?

by oxfordlad

I was thinking of going to Ayuthaya by train (or is bus better!?) then hiring a Tuk Tuk for the day to show me aroud the sites,how much roughly is it to hire a Tuk Tuk for the day in Ayuthaya?Just so I don't get too ripped off!

RE: how much roughly a tuk tuk for the day?

by VikramKanpoori

I went 2 time to Ayuthayya and both of the times are by bus from MoChit Bus Terminal. So I guess Bus is better. Once reachaed Ayuthayya we hired a over there. Few personal mini tuk-tuk like will be waiting there. They will hold all the major tourist places post card pictures. Maybe around 10 places if I am not mistaken. So to see all of them will consume around 5 to 6 hours. So we hired him to take us to all the places. Regardless how many people we are for those 5 to 6 hours we payed 500/-THB. You can bargain. One of the driver mobile no. and name is Ti - 051897239

RE: how much roughly a tuk tuk for the day?

by xuessium

HI! Mate:

The tuk-tuk's fare is regulated but you can of course bargain, if you are touring longer or if you have more than 1 traveler.

Maybe you'll like to check my VT Ayutthaya page for more details?

RE: RE: how much roughly a tuk tuk for the day?

by Homanded

3 of us rode around all day and, were picked back up the following day and transported to the train station, along with our baggage.
We paid $20.00 for the day/night for use of the tuk tuk and their services and, tipped generously as well.
I'd say around $20.00/day is a good base price.

Travel Tips for Ayuthaya

Wat Na Phramen

by norain

Wat Na Phramen is the only temple that was not completely destroyed during the 1767 invasion and destruction of Ayutthaya. Burmese used the temple as their headquarter. Still in use today, it has retained its original, magnificent splendor since its construction in 1503.

Ayutthaya Era Ubosoth

by suraphona

This Picture was taken 40 yrs ago from
Wat Na Phra Meru (Phra Mehn):
The former name of this monastery was
Wat Phra Meruachikaram.
Located on the bank of the Khlong Sa-Bua opposite to the Grand Palace.
The Ubosot design is of early Ayutthaya style. The most interesteing objects are the principal Buddha image, fully decorated in regal attire, and another ancient Buddha image (over 1000 yrs) made of stone in the small wiharn name Phra Kantharat next to the Ubosoth. The Ubosoth of Wat Na Phra Meru:
You will not find any windows of this building.
To recycling the air they use the air canal under the roof and nowaday this is rarely seen the Ayutthaya Era Ubosoth.

* Updated 15 March 2003

Wai Phra

by suraphona

Religion, especially Buddhism, has a great impact on Thai people, not only the life style, the culture, and the tradition; but also the way of thinking, the beliefs, the discrimination, and the attitude toward the world.You may need to have some basic understanding and knowledge of Buddhism in order to understand every aspect of Thailand.
see the best describe by my VT's friend
filipdebont's Thailand Travelogues about Buddhism.

Don't attempt to touch monks,
especially if you are a female.

Baby Elephants!!

by scomoore1

On the road that crosses the river north of the island to the Elephant Kraal, keep going down that road a couple hundred meters and turn off the right. There sits a place next to the home of a wealthy Thai man who has taken it upon himself to take care of elephants. Elephants are, sadly, in surplus in Thailand, since their livelihoods in the logging industry were halted by the near complete cutting down of many Thai forests. The elephants that give rides around the ruins in Ayuthaya are quartered, fed, and cared for at this place. I'm told that the fares for these rides support the elephant facility here.

At this facility, several females and their young are kept in a set of pens and you can feed the mothers and offspring a specially prepared feed for them. Donations to defray the costs expected. Baby elephants are a hoot, but don't neglect the mothers or they will blow hot air at you with their trunks. I could spend all day at this place.

You may witness some training of younger elephants. The sponsor of this facility is apparently attempting to conserve as the more humane methods of training elephants. Young women and men are trained to by mahouts here as well. Finally, you may witness some of the elephants receiving medical care for foot wounds, etc. as we did when we visited.

Beyond the nursery pens are visible the pens of the older males.

I don't think anyone at this place speaks English, but asking permission may be done through the universal language of questioning and gesturing. It's obvious that visitors are regular and expected or they would not have the special feed and the donation box hung next to the nursery. But I didn't notice any road signs announcing this place.

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by xiquinho

This is located 1.5 kilometres far from Wat Phanancheong in Tambon Ko Rien. There is an additional building of the Ayutthaya Historical Study Centre, where the foreign affairs of Ayutthaya Period are on exhibition.

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