There's not a great deal to do at night in Ayutthaya apart from having a drink in a couple of bars along Farang Street. The Jazz Bar has a little something else by featuring the talents of the Chaikawiphan Jazz Band who play drums, guitar, double bass and various percussion instruments (and sing) on the pavement outside the bar.
Well its a pretty basic one, but i wasnt sure if i should put it under restaurant or nightlife, and eventually decided on this...
The night market sells all sorts of cuisines and means that you dont have to use the small restaurant attached to the bungalows which have "farang" style menus.
Dress Code: whatever you want... just not bikins etc lol..
There is no nightlife here in Ayutthaya. I believe the villagers and townfolks go to bed very early.
But there's one area that becomes magical at night. And that is the 'Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya Historical Park'. If you're a photographic buff, this is a good time to take some great photos!
Ladies, don't hang around this area alone at night (*for obvious reasons).
Dress Code: Casual dressing is fine. You can leave your tuxedos at home! ;-)
It is pretty quiet but there are plenty of restaurants and bars there is also a night market that sells food. As with most place in Thailand the food is good and cheap.
Dress Code: Casual the most we wore was shorts, skirt and singlet/t shirt & sandals