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Ayutthaya, Thailand
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Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

I can’t deny Ayutthaya is a must visit and a really beautiful place. When I visited Thailand last month, the first thing came into my mind was “I must visit this ancient amazing city”. Me and my mom took the train from Bangkok, “Hua Lampong...More

Thank AUNG THANT Z
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Ayuthaya had been Thailand’s capital for over 400years. There are many places with ruins await for your visit.

Thank Treetape T
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

A visit to Bangkok is not complete without experiencing the magics of Ayutthaya. Highly recommend trading in the “floating market tour” with this 90 minute each way train ride north of Bangkok to Ayutthaya, and absolutely no regret! The train ride by itself is an...More

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Very interesting trip about the history of the ruins. Took a trip with work and was pleasantly surprised by what all there was to see. Very informative and

Thank Erik O
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Little brother of Angkor Wat. Ayutthaya is full of ruins like this. Looks really like Angkor Wat in small. So many Wat’s with different names but almost the same. So I suggest to visit one only. But definitely worth to visit!

Thank Around my world X
Reviewed July 16, 2018

Spent an hour here walking around the old ruins of Ayutthaya. Very peaceful experience here and a great opportunity to climb up the steps to the top.

Thank Nidal T
Reviewed July 16, 2018

From XV century Ayuttahaya become a major power. Until XVIII century Ayuttaya was one of the most important and influential town in Siam. Today ruins stands all over the modern city.

Thank Mark D
Reviewed July 14, 2018

We did an ancient city tour but I want to come back and explore more with more time. Was both fascinating and interesting. Our whole family loved exploring this complex.

Thank KHillery
Reviewed July 4, 2018 via mobile

Man was it hot. The ruins and the history are amazing. The guys walking the elephants around on black top when it’s 100 degrees out is really lame. They also have the riding apparatus that are unethical hooked to them. Do not encourage that behavior....More

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Reviewed July 2, 2018

I have been to the city twice now and enjoyed it both times. First time, I did a walking tour and while we saw lots, we didn't see it all, this time, I did the boat tour (due to the heat). We saw three temples...More

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Response from Aniket C | Reviewed this property |
Anyone can go and enjoy the tour. Completely worth visiting place.
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September 18, 2017|
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I am a female solo traveller too. for me better if you book a tour so that the tour guide will tell you and explain about the history of that place. you will not appreciate the place if you don't know the history of that... More
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Response from MikeB107 | Reviewed this property |
tuks tuks bad value. they appeal for romantic reasons but are not to be recommended.
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