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Although this place has historical significance to Thai Culture and History, I would suggest you to skip this if you have visited places like Grand Palace and other temples in BKK.
This place is clean and well-maintained but a number of buildings are under renovation....More
A nice airy park with european style (fake) buildings, good for an afternoon stroll, but not the great must see attraction that we were promised. Once again, posted explanations seem to lack in historical veracity, but that does not seem to be important here. The...More
We only decided to join a one day Ayutthaya tour the day before! Luckily, we were still able to get a place for the tour!
This Summer Palace is our first stop. We need to rent a long pant (50bht) to wear to enter as...More
Well, the palace is comparable to Korean and Chinese palaces. Too bad the weather was hot when we went there.
There's a mix of Thai and some European style in the garden. I hope in the lake area, the fishes have kois/fancy carps.
The summer palace still being used by the royal family. Its a medium sized the property with many buildings with historical importance. The place is maintained very well and would be a great place for photo-shoots. One of the main palace building/ museums was closed...More
First thing to know is that they have a dress code and I had to buy a pair of pants for 100THB at the gift shop. That didn't bother me though. They are pretty comfortable. If you don't want the expense wear long pants when...More
Arrived at this palace with the day tour coach.
I was prepared for the temples I would be visiting that day and wore clothes that covered my legs and had a scarf to cover my shoulders. This is/was accepted at most of the temples I...More