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A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Ayutthaya Historical Park incorporates over a dozen ancient temple sites.
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Ayutthaya 13000, Thailand
+66 81 900 7442
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Reviewed today

This is an eye opening experience. Amazing to see an old city with ancient ruins. Be prepared to walk quite a bit.

Thank Nidal T
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Ayutthaya historical site is UNESCO World Heritage Site im the north of Bangkok. I went to this site by local train from Hua Lamphong Train Station in the morning. The ticket was just 20 Baht! Damn so cheap! I love this ruins with so many...More

Thank YogaEfendi
Reviewed 3 days ago

When you enter this park you actually go back in time, this is a unique experience is. If you come to Thailand this is a must see objective.

Thank silviubotis12
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

This is only my opinion, I just went to Sukhothai early this year, compare to this trip to Kanchanaburi. Kanchaburi you will notice alot of tourist and its like a city in the hole historical park.... So you will feel very busy all around and...More

Thank RR1231
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

You’ll find many tours around Bangkok offering day trips to Ayutthaya many costing between 1,400 - 2,000 baht per person. A group of four of us caught the train (3rd class) from Hua Lamphong station to Ayutthaya station for 20 baht each. Ensure you catch...More

Thank CCPage90
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Only in fantasies can I imagine how spectacular this was prior to its destruction. Still lots to see and great photo ops. Even having been here twice, I saw stuff the second time that I hadn't seen previously.

Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

There is so much to see in ayutthaya! We had use of bikes at our hotel which was handy for getting around. Enjoyed looking at all the ruins but without a guide found the signs etc didn’t explain the history as well as we’d hoped....More

Thank Jacqui J
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

A maintain good preservation of their history,cultures and traditions.mostly on their belief of their past..the only thing is it so hot on this area need to bring caps or umbrella while strolling and sight seeing around.

Thank hearthrobe
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Going to keep it simple. I was nearly left behind my tour group because I was so enthralled by this place. Could spend HOURS just walking and looking. Purposefully left out my pics of the "Buddha Tree" because the place is SO MUCH MORE.

Thank PugilistGeorge
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Bangkok is a place of party and with lots of history, so going to these places is a must. This was a neat experience to learn their history and the temples are amazing. There’s an elephant farm near where people can ride them or just...More

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February 27, 2018|
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Response from AnnaDBo | Reviewed this property |
I cannot answer you question (just bungalows) - f about travel from Lamplaimat. What I can say is that we traveled from Bangkok’s Lamphong Railway Station vía an express train to Ayutthaya. The cost was $15 one way. The... More
February 11, 2018|
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Response from FengXueSG | Reviewed this property |
the problem is, as I stated in my review, they all tend to rush you on things you'd like to spend more time, and push you into places where they got extra income. So, if you'd prefer freedom, book a day trip with a private... More
December 7, 2017|
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Response from SKKBmouth | Reviewed this property |
We booked a private taxi through our hotel who was with us for six hours. More expensive but air con, water etc