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Museum showcasing relics & treasures found in the nearby temple & palace ruins of Ayutthaya.The museum treasures are really worth the visit, you will also get to read the history behind each Buddha statue. When you enter the museum you will so much at peace,...More
A fine collection of statues, different objects made of gold, paintings, etc. The interior could use a face-lift. Considerably smaller than the museum in Bangkok, but worth a visit if one is visiting Ayutthaya. Dirty toilets and the absence of anything resembling a restaurant (few...More
The ground floor provides lots of historical information and artifacts. It is a must if you want some context for the beautiful city you are visiting. The english explanations are well written. However for the first floor and subsequent buildings no english translation is provided...More
First time visited alone in 2006. Yes I read all the writing on the exhibited and I learned a lot through observation
Seconds time in 2009 with family who wasn’t very interested after all the ruin visits and didn’t want to lay the 600b entrance...More
I wouldn't say this is a must-see, even though I give it four stars. It is very expensive, even if you aren't on a budget, and probably not worth the price, unless you definitely want to see artifacts that were found inside the temples. We...More
สถานที่จัดเก็บรักษาและจัดแสดงโบราณวัตถุที่พบจากกรุพระปรางค์วัดราชบูรณะ วัดมหาธาตุ รวมถึงชุดเครื่องทองและโบราณวัตถุอื่นที่มีอายุร้อยๆปี ที่ค้นพบในอยุธยา
เห็นแล้วรู้สึกตื้นเต้นอย่างบอกไม่ถูก ปลื้มใจและตะลึงมากๆกับศิลปะงดงามจากฝีมือช่างไทยในสมัยก่อน ที่ในยุคนั้นยังไม่มีเทคโนโลยีอะไรช่วยปรุงแต่ง ใช้ฝีมือล้วนๆ
แต่ก้อแอบเศร้าลึกๆ กับประวัติศาสตร์ของไทยบางเรื่อง ที่ลูกหลานอย่างเราน่าจะได้เห็นความงดงามและสมบูรณ์กว่านี้ทั้งโบราณสถาน, โบราณวัตถุ หรือสมบัติของชาติที่บรรพบุรุษไทยเราได้ทำไว้..
Chao Sam Phraya National Museum is a museum for archives and exhibits of antiques and treasure which found from the ruins of the old temples and the palaces in Ayutthaya...More
The museum introduces history of the local kingdom and how the ancient artefacts were discovered. It is a good place to learn key temples and admire the excavated gems.
Do note the museum doesn't have air-conditioner.
We have previously booked with Tong and have would be keen to book with her in the future again. There are a number of different tours to Ayutthaya on Tong's website and I'm a little confused about which one to go for.... if anyone has any info about which tour would be best then that would be fantastic :-) we are keen to see a Wat or two and embrace the history but aren't interested in elephant riding! Any info at all would be most appreciated. List of tours on Tongs website below: ...More
January 03, 2017|
Why not discuss it with her? Incidentally, "The Grand Palace" doesn't exist. It was destroyed in the 15th century CE, I suspect she means Wat Sri Sanphet. Oh, and AY1 doesn't go to Ayutthaya town, so you won't see any historic temples.
Ayutthaya Day Trip (3 Replies)
Returning for another trip to Thailand in July 2017 and are planning a day trip to Ayutthaya. We have previously booked with Tong and have would be keen to book with her in the future again. There are a number of different tours to Ayutthaya on Tong's website and I'm a little confused about which one to go for.... if anyone has any info about which tour would be best then that would be fantastic :-) we are keen to see a Wat or two and embrace the history but aren't interested in...More
January 02, 2017|
Why don't you just e mail her with your interests and also dislikes and let her customize a trip for you. That's what we've done and it has always worked well. I advise a trip to the Summer Palace and the way to Autthaya. We really enjoyed it. It is much less crowded than the typical tourist places in Bangkok, so it was a nice sight for us to see!