Finally, I've been to Ayutthaya. Thank you so much to Ayutthaya_Guy.
Because of my hectic day I just stayed in Ayutthaya just for 2 days and go back to bangkok for a week, but I experienced a lots of love there. It's my first time being a solo traveler at my 22nd birthday, and let me tell you all my story.
When I arrived at suvarnapoom airport, I try to reach Ayutthaya by any means so I'm saying good bye to taxi driver and across the street to reach shuttle bus to the nearest bus terminal. I take a white mini van number 555 to Don Mueang Train station it's cost around 55-60baht. and after you reach the train station, you must hurry up to buy the ticket it cost about 11baht and wait patiently until the train come. At first I'm so scared because my lack of speech in english and thai language and many people think that i'm a local citizen. But Thanks to God many people help me a lot, it starts from the airport, shuttle bus, mini van, don mueang train station, in train, and ayutthaya train station. None of local citizen disappointed me, a simple english talk and a lot of smile can help more then you imagine but don't for get to say thank you a lot. My journey from airport to ayutthaya about 2,5 hours (quite fast right?)
I stayed in a homestay right across the train station, just a few walks. I arrived about 3pm, after I finished about the reservation I immediately put my luggage, take my camera and rent a bicycle about 50baht/day and start trip to the eastern ayutthaya. Because I have no idea because my GPS failed to detect the place so I just followed a direction to the floating market named Ayodya (if I'm not mistaken), it's very nice there, a bit similar like the floating market in Pattaya but it's smaller. The culinary and souvenir stalls are so nice and affordable in price so don't worry. right across the floating market there's a mini zoo (sheep, elephant, tiger, and many more animal were here). From all the animals just one thing that caught my eyes is the elephant ride. Since the sun almost setting off so why not I enjoy it while riding the elephant. the place offered 2 kind of ride that cost from 700 - 1300 baht. I took the 1300 baht ride for 1,5 hours trip. The elephant take me to a few temple near the market, a monk place, and a big pound. What I loved about this ride, you can enjoy the sunset perfectly right in front of left over temple and buddha statue and when you close your eyes you can hear the bird chirping and the fish movement in the pound without any disturbing noises. such a heavenly place. The trip finished around 6pm, so I take my bike to go around again until 7pm and go back to the hostel. I never suggest you to take a trip at night since it's so dark and a lot of dogs.
Next morning at 6.30am, I accros the rive with boat (4baht/person) and go to the traditional market right in front of the boat way. So hectic at that time, many locals doing their activities. So I decided to take a breakfast in the market, and catch every moment about the locals. And some food seller give me a treat even I'm not buying their food!! and thanks a lot lot lot!!
After I take a breakfast I search a place to rent a bicycle (40baht/day), and here we go!!! I swing my pedals and visit all of the main island sites. I'm not so good to read the maps so I get lost easily but it's so FUN!! I visited almost all the temple the main temple, the new, the leftover, and the sleeping buddha. it's sounds crazy but I never imagine I can do that bicycling for +-6hours no kidding! from 7am to 2pm, I just used my instinct and threw up my map. Just one word BEAUTIFUL! there's a few temple with the fee enterance but it's cheap just 50 baht. The weather is hot but the breeze is lovely. in the noon I take a rest in some temple with a lot of bangkok rooster and the monks are so kind. and continue my ride and a bit lost, and I try to asked some old man who played with his granddaughter and a puppy, and kindly he told me the way to my start point. When I reached it, I take a meal in some halal food stall. I can't take a random food so culinary tour is a bit impossible for me. the seller so kind, she knows me that I'm muslim and we talk a lot, she suggest me to visit the sleeping buddha, and give me the direction. And viola, I finally reached the sleeping buddha take a nap for a while and made it as my last destination and go back to the riverside.
At 3pm I arrived, the hostel owner offered me a boat trip that cost 150 baht for 2 hours and will start at 4pm. I accepted it and change my smelly cloth and wait for the trip in the restaurant. Right at 4pm, I take a boat trip and it was so nice, peacefully and heaven! really, the boat trip made 4 stops. Right before sunset my boat step aside to Wat Chaiwattanarm and it's so beautiful! I recommended this wat while the sun sets off. The other place that I visited are nice too but this wat just so remarkable.
6pm I get off from the boat and take a walk to take a dinner, and about 7pm I tried to take a relaxation by taking a thai massage for 2 hours (350baht) near the hostel, it's so hurting me but so relieved . At 9pm, I packed my things because tomorrow at 7am I must go back to Bangkok. I told the owner that I must check out very early and right in the morning they wake me up by knocking my door. Before I'm leaving the hostel, the owner gave me a mineral water and some fruits and hugs me. I hold my tears and saying good bye to them. My train arrived at 8am and cost +-25baht (I forgot) to bangkok. And still the station attendant help me to reach the train by carrying my luggage.
And that was my short, remarkable, and unforgettable trip at Ayutthaya. I hope it help some traveler. So far it's the nicest place I've ever been alone.
Thank you so much for the reviewer in this forum and God's wil.