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Day Tour to Temples of Ayutthaya by River Cruise and include Buffet Lunch
"You will be picked up at the hotel lobby at 7am in the morning to visit the ruined temples dating back hundreds of years and venerated statues of the Buddha. You will be picked up by minivan from the River Centre Shopping Centre and taken to the Pa-In Ro Chinese and Gothic architecture. Then we will make straight for Ayutthaya once the sumptuous capital of the ancient Kingdom of Siam before it was sacked and razed by the Burmese. Visit the magnificent Wat Maha That the royal monastery where the most important monks of the kingdom of Ayutthaya once lived there you will see the beautiful faces of Buddha wrapped in the roots of ancient trees. Then you will move on to Wat Na Phra Mane a temple located to the North of the Royal Island
From EUR63.00
 
Half-Day Ayutthaya City Cultural Bike Tour
"This half-day bicycle tour is designed to be fun and educational and is suitable for all abilities. Your guide takes you around Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya (the Sacred City of Ayutthaya) the old Siam royal capital from 1350 to 1767.Ayutthaya offered a variety of geographical and economic advantages by the gathering of three rivers the Chao Phraya the Pasak and the Lopburi. From a small fortified island-city the city grew into a powerful kingdom. In its heyday Thai culture and commerce flourished
From THB950.00
 
Ayutthaya Day Trip from Bangkok Including River Cruise and Lunch
"Leave the busy city life behind as you head towards the ancient city of Ayutthaya by your pickup vehicle. Travel back into the past as you stroll through the magnificent ruins of Ayutthaya. A UNESCO World Heritage Site Ayutthaya has the some historic temples and palaces along the shores of Chao Phraya River. As you follow your guide through this ancient iconic place you will see weather-worn ruins of pointed prang (reliquary towers) and gigantic monasteries offer an idea of the city's past glory.Visit Wat Maha Tat a massive Buddhist Temple compound. You will find numerous headless Buddha Statues and remains of Royal Villas. Many relics of old religious building can also be found here. You can't miss out on the huge Buddha head surrounded by many entangled roots of ornate buildings with columned porticos and romantic marble statues of graceful female figures this captivating view is never disappointing.Once you proceed to the river's edge board the cruise that will take down the Chao Phraya River towards the Bangkok City. Settle down with mouth-watering local Thai delicacies. Enjoy your delicious meal while you witness the wonder of nature pass by. A lush green countryside view gradually
From $75.00

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Elephant Rides

The elephant rides here way too expensive for both Ayutthaya and also Thailand standard. I have a backpacker told me that you could do it at a much lower price in Chiang Mai anda also in Chiang Mai...
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From old town to Ayuthaya bus terminal

The buses dont indicate bus number as '5' but in Thai script. So even I know I need to take bus number 5 to Ayuthaya bus terminal for the long distance buses ticket, I dont know which bus to board. I...
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From train station to the old town

When you get-off from the train, a lot of tuk-tuk driver surrounding you offer to drive you to the old town, but actually based on the map, the old town is just behind the train station. Cross a small...
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AYUTTHAYA - DIY

I would strongly recommend you guys to do it yourself .DO NOT join any tour agencies from bangkok which offer the so called one day Ayutthaya trip and you will have about 3-4 hours visit only. And you...
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Elephant Ride

This is taken while on my Elephant Ride. One of the good things about the elephant ride is that it gives the elephants something to do since they have already been trained and probably would't do good...
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Elephant Ride

It is kind of expensive for the short little ride you go on. And it is not really that exciting! If you have a chance to ride an elephant in a jungle area do it there and skip this one. But if you...
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Elephant ride

If you will visit Chiang Mai the elephant ride in Ayuthaya is not a worth ride.It rides along the streets near the cars and its much more expansive than in CM
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27 2 Moo 11 Rojana Road, Kamang, Ayutthaya, 13000, Thailand
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168 Moo1 Rojana Road, Tambol Tanu, Aumphur U-Thai, Ayutthaya, Thailand
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54 Moo 7 Bangkrasun Bang Pa-In, Ayutthaya, 13160, Thailand
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55/29 Rojana Road , Amphoe Phra Nakhon Si, Ayutthaya, 13000, Thailand
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12 Moo 4 Tessabarn sai 2 Road , Tambon Horrattanachai, Ampur Pranakron Sri Ayutthaya, 13000 Thailand
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139 Moo 2 Bankao, Ayutthaya, 13000, Thailand
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Wat Phu Khao Thong

Wat Phu Khao Thong is located outside the city island. It was built by King Ramesuan in 1395. The temple is also known as Monastery of the Golden Mount. However this refers to another chedi in the...
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Wat Si Sanphet

This temple was constructed on the premises of the royal palace. The site was dedicated for the construction of the temple in 1448. The temple is known for it's three large stupas. The stupas are...
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Wat Thammikarat

This is another small temple ruin. What I found interesting were the number of Singh (Lion Figures) the completely encircle the main large chedi. the Singh are in various stages of disrepair. This...
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Tree Buddha

An iconic picture associated the Ayutthaya is the Buddha Head that is entwined in the trunk/roots of a Banyan tree at Wat Mahathat. I have seen pictures of this many times over the years. When I first...
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Wat Mahathat

Wat Mahathat means "Monastery of the Great Relic." This is because a relic of The Buddha was housed in the Chedi here. This temple was the largest and center of the religion in Ayutthaya being built...
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Wat Naphramera

This a small monastery that I feel tourist seldom visit. Although there is a 20 Baht entrance fee but no one was there to collect it. There was no signage in English to identify what temple this was...
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"My Ancient City Glimpse..."
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"Ayuthaya"
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blueskyjohn

"Ayutthaya"
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herzog63

"Ayutthaya"
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bonbonhart

"AYUTTHAYA -Fascinating Link with the Past"
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