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Baan Hollanda

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Baan Hollanda

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Soi Ksan Rua Ho Rattanachai, Ayutthaya 13000 Thailand
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Bangkok and Ayutthaya 3 Days
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Bangkok and Ayutthaya 3 Days

Get an unforgettable impression of the famous places in only 3 days with 2 nights in a 3 star or 4 star hotel (at your choice) Visit the Grand palace, temples, explore the canals by boat, experience Chinatown, the Flower Market, Maeklong railway, Floating Market, visit Summer Palace, explore the ancient capital of Thailand and enjoy delicious Thai food.
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melkeet wrote a review Jun 2020
Ipoh, Malaysia888 contributions57 helpful votes
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This is the site of an ancient Dutch village during the Ayutthaya kingdom. It is located on the bank of Chao Phraya River, which aided trade during that time. There’s evidence of excavation work at the site for preservation. Nearby is a shipyard.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Philip_Bolster wrote a review Apr 2018
Groningen, The Netherlands755 contributions184 helpful votes
Since we had to wait 1,5 hours at the railway station for our train, we decided to take a rickshaw to Baan Hollanda. Half an hour is sufficient to see the very interesting exposition about the Dutch East Indies Company in their Asian trade policy. Entrance was free. Monday and Tuesday closed.
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Date of experience: April 2018
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Danaiya wrote a review Jun 2017
Thailand729 contributions47 helpful votes
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Not far from temple and historical sites in Aydhaya. Spare an hour for museum time, enjoy nice coffee with the river view. It worth your time especially in the hot summer day or even rainy season. Place is quiet and cosy, small but all inclusive.
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Date of experience: June 2017
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Response from BaanHollandaCentre, General Manager at Baan Hollanda
Responded Jun 23, 2017
Dear Danaiya T Thank you so much for your kind feedback. We're glad to learn that you find the overall experience here a pleasant one. Our centre is indeed not far from the historical sites area in Ayutthaya where you can enjoy both the story of the history and the cafe. We hope to have to opportunity to welcome you again at your next visit to the city. Thank you and kind regards Baan Hollanda Management
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Koendeh wrote a review Jun 2017
Leiden, The Netherlands244 contributions51 helpful votes
It's impossible to not like this place. You can have Dutch snacks and there is also a musuem floor about the relationship between Holland and Thailand. But just take a seat and enjoy the bitterballen. Its possible to take short ferry around the corner so you don't have to walk very far. And cycling is easy.
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Date of experience: June 2017
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Response from BaanHollandaCentre, General Manager at Baan Hollanda
Responded Jun 7, 2017
Dear Koendeh Thank you so much for taking the time to let us know your feedback regarding your visit. We're glad to learn that you like the Bitterballen at our cafe and the exhibition at our centre. It is possible indeed to take the ferry from the temple nearby (Wat Pananchoeng) and cycling is of course easy from the main road. We hope to have the opportunity to welcome you again and wish you a safe journey. Kind regards Baan Hollanda Management
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Lisanne-76 wrote a review Mar 2017
Culemborg, The Netherlands643 contributions75 helpful votes
Nice place to learn about Holland or to eat Dutch snacks like bitterballen and kroket. It a little hidden and about 200 meter off the road next to the river.
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Date of experience: March 2017
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