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#1 of 8 Sights & Landmarks in Bang Pa-in
What a lovely county retreat from Bangkok with gardens, pools, even elephant topiary...a favorite for us and rarely visited, the small "Royal Floating House" is a delight, with lovely views over the water.
Wonderful Wonderful Palace site to walk around
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#2 of 8 Sights & Landmarks in Bang Pa-in
The river views on both are beautiful.
#3 of 8 Sights & Landmarks in Bang Pa-in
This is landmark of Bang Pa-in palace and centrally located within palace then you will not miss this if you visit the palace
#4 of 8 Sights & Landmarks in Bang Pa-in
You can climb to the top of this observatory and get a wonderful view of the palace grounds along with the other buildings on the site and the surrounding countryside too.
Worth the climb to enjoy the views of the Palace and the grounds.
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Wat Phanan Choeng Ayutthaya 8.8 km away
#6 of 47 Sights & Landmarks in Ayutthaya
The site of thousands of miniature Buddhas statues, all house in their own little alcoves around the top half of the walls in the main room is also amazing.
Such a truly glorious place to view an amazingly beautiful religious artifact.
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Wat Yai Chai Mang Khon Ayutthaya 8.9 km away
#7 of 47 Sights & Landmarks in Ayutthaya
... sheets cvering the chedi and monk statues add magical, mystical aura magnifying the splendour of the ruins in a STYLISH FASHION LOCATION Out of town, over the bridge HUGE CHEDI WITH A VIEW Cheap entry fees
a stunning site, outside the inner city, and probably the most visited temple compound in Ayutthaya, crowded with tourists from all around the world (including many Buddhist pilgrims from Japan etc.), but also ver...
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Ayutthaya Historical Park Ayutthaya 11.1 km away
#2 of 47 Sights & Landmarks in Ayutthaya
Amazing UNESCO historical and heritage sites, the old SIAM capital captures our imagination to travel back in time to a majestic, inspiring, AWESOME era in this Ancient City of Ruins.
These are so much older and amazing to think how they have withstood so much over the centuries from weather to war to fire, etc. Truly awesome to think of the history contained within this site.
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Wat Chaiwatthanaram Ayutthaya 11.5 km away
#1 of 47 Sights & Landmarks in Ayutthaya
A beautiful temple, You should a hat, sunscreen, comfortable shoes and water, a lot water. in each site of this place you will can a great photos.
My favourite temple in Ayuthaya although a fair cycle ride for me from the train station area but worth the views as it is situated next to the river and covers a large scenic area, There are many towers among the...
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#5 of 8 Sights & Landmarks in Bang Pa-in
Ayutthaya Ruins Ayutthaya 11.1 km away
#4 of 47 Sights & Landmarks in Ayutthaya
Ayutthaya was the capitol of Thailand, then known as Siam, for 417 years but the whole preserved site of the monuments, ancient temples and royal palaces is a history buffs dream.
... all within a small radius.We enjoyed the small ferry ride to the island & spent about 4 hours with a fabulous Tuk Tuk driver showing us the best sites.A tip is get a Tuk Tuk once over the river much cheaper!
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Wat Mahathat Ayutthaya 11.1 km away
#5 of 47 Sights & Landmarks in Ayutthaya
Also known as Monastery of the Great Relic, this wat definitely worth your time, just to name a few key attractions: 1. Buddha Head entwined in tree roots (one of the most iconic sites if Thailand) 2. Leaning pran...
Accommodations, food, informative guides & sights were fantastic.
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Wat Phra Sri Sanphet Ayutthaya 11.5 km away
#3 of 47 Sights & Landmarks in Ayutthaya
A highlight among the historic sights, the 3 central stupas make for dramatic photos (wide-angle lenses or panoramic setting on your phone recommended).
The Ayutthaya heritage site is an hour north of Bangkok, was the original Thai capital, and is an excellent day trip—but I highly recommend at least two full days here.
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Wat Phutthaisawan Temple Ayutthaya 10.0 km away
#11 of 47 Sights & Landmarks in Ayutthaya
It was a quiet place, with some interesting sites to see such as a place with many golden buddhas, a reclining buddha, shrines and so on.
#8 of 47 Sights & Landmarks in Ayutthaya
The view and photo opportunities are great; the entrance and the stairs to the tomb are a challenge and very claustrophobic, but the murals in the tomb is fantastic.
... pictures on the way... except for the speedy skippers, would have been a delightfull cruise, could we have had a slower pace... the temle grounds offer wonderfull views, and you br there 30 mins before sunset !!!
Wat Phra Ram Ayutthaya 11.2 km away
#10 of 47 Sights & Landmarks in Ayutthaya
The highlight of this temple site is the big reclining Buddha at the Wat Lokayasutharam.
Apparently Wat Phra Ram was built by King Ramesuan as the cremation site for his father.
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Wat Naphrameru Ayutthaya 9.6 km away
#15 of 47 Sights & Landmarks in Ayutthaya
Slightly different to bigger sites
Saturday 4th March we visited this site as part of our tour of Ayutthaya, there were 2 Temples to visit.
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Japanese Settlement Ayutthaya 8.3 km away
#21 of 47 Sights & Landmarks in Ayutthaya
Vihara Phra Mongkhon Bophit Ayutthaya 11.4 km away
#13 of 47 Sights & Landmarks in Ayutthaya
There are ruins you can view adjacent to this beautiful temple, the courtyard and entire walkway up to the temple is beautiful, full of flowers and bushes.
The statue of Buddha was ordered to be moved from its original site to this site by King Songtham in 1610 AD in order to commemorate the deaths and burial of Royal kings.
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#12 of 47 Sights & Landmarks in Ayutthaya
While in Autthaya.. visit the Reclining Buddha.. it is made of stone and amazingly huge in size.. just one of the beautiful sights of the ancient city..
... (GOLDEN/WHITE MOUNT) GIANT RECLINING BUDDHA FREE ATTRACTION LOCATION Near a lagoon near Wat Phu Khao Thong Short motorbike ride, about 10-15+ min from town Usual resident stray dogs a common site at all WATs
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Wat Thammikarat Ayutthaya 11.5 km away
#14 of 47 Sights & Landmarks in Ayutthaya
Beautiful ruins, great pictures, and amazing views made this the perfect day trip.
Lived in Mexico for three years & I only went to the Maya sites ten years latter with my second wife.Spectacular, unbelievable structures, especially the transitions from octagonal to round considering the tools a...
Wat Maheyong Ayutthaya 10.8 km away
#16 of 47 Sights & Landmarks in Ayutthaya
They have many structures currently under construction - one massive temple as of November 2016 is sitting to the east of the grounds was beautiful to view as it only has its concrete framing.
Wat Suwan Dararam Ratchaworawihan Ayutthaya 9.2 km away
#25 of 47 Sights & Landmarks in Ayutthaya
Chedi Wat Sam Pluem Ayutthaya 9.8 km away
#18 of 47 Sights & Landmarks in Ayutthaya
Portuguese Settlement Ayutthaya 8.5 km away
#30 of 47 Sights & Landmarks in Ayutthaya
St. Joseph's Church Ayutthaya 10.5 km away
#17 of 47 Sights & Landmarks in Ayutthaya
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Wat Phu Khao Thong (Golden Mount) Ayutthaya 13.9 km away
#9 of 47 Sights & Landmarks in Ayutthaya
Going up the steep steps was easier than going down! Amazing view of the city at the top and worth it to go inside the hot tunnel to pray.
The original chedi on the site was erected by the Burmese during their occupation of Ayutthaya.
Wat Choeng Tha Ayutthaya 9.2 km away
#44 of 47 Sights & Landmarks in Ayutthaya