Trips and Itineraries for Ayutthaya
Roads Less Traveled in Thailand - Ayutthaya
Discover the real Thailand - Ayuthaya
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Ayutthaya Historical Park Pratuchai Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya Thailand
World Heritage: Ayutthaya (2 days and many rolls of film) On your way back down from the north, swing past this World Heritage Site. Once Thailands capital city in the 14th – 18th Century, it was burnt and pillaged by the Burmese about 400 years ago. You can wander the ruins and climb the temples that still remain today, and take in the morbid beheaded Buddha statues. Witness the Head of Buddha which is enveloped by twists of tree roots, but be sure to hunch over and not stand higher than its height as a sign of respect. Afterwards, pop into the museum or eat your way through the food market. Personally, I was in rapture when I happened upon the cute and kitsch clothes/accessories market by the Ayutthaya Hotel!
Wat Mahathat Tha Wa Su Kri Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya Thailand
Cover all the Wats in the map. Some famous wats are Wat Mahathat, Wat Ratchaburana, Wat Phra Si Sanphet, Wat Yai Chai Mongkol, Wat Choeng Tha. some wats have an entry fee of 150 bahts like for e.g. Wat Mahathat.There are places to see elephants as well, the map will direct you very easily to these places.Try the food here, really authentic. Get you camera charged, there are a lot of places to be shot. Wear shoes, there is a lot to walk. There is a night market here which is very close to the station, a good place to pick up souvenirs :)The last train is at 7.05pm for Bangkok, you can decide to stay here and catch the sunrise as well.Have a great trip!
Weekend Getaways from Ayutthaya
68 Kms from Ayutthaya
Bangkok has often been referred to as the microcosm of Southeast Asia. Firmly centrestage on the global backpacker scene, Thailand’s capital city is where an entire generation has learnt how to travel. Navigating through the buzzing, boozy night markets where tourists often outnumber locals, bargain shopping, negotiating with tuk-tuk drivers, discovering new flavours and sounds - it often all begins here - in this thumping metropolis with some of the most iconic places that are on every young traveller’s bucket list. Of all the things to do in Bangkok, you will inevitably wind up Khao San road, take the river cruise on Chao Phraya river and walk into one of the many grand palaces and temples that dominate the city’s skyline. While you are there, enjoy hours of guilt-free street shopping, while sampling the exhaustive menu of the unique local cuisine of the streets of Siam. Flutter through alleys of Sukhumvit, buzzing with cafes, bars and everything in between. Bangkok’s nightlife is among the city’s top attractions. Don’t leave here before witnessing the neon glitter that paints the city life after nightfall. By choosing an exciting Bangkok tour package, this magnificent city can be travelled in an extremely delightful and hassle-free manner.