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Historic City of Ayutthaya: Tours & Tickets

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A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Ayutthaya Historical Park incorporates over a dozen ancient temple sites.
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Reviewed 31 July 2011

I have no regrets that I went to the site. It was once the capital of Thailand. It is a UNESCO site. If you have been to the ruins in Cambodia you might be somewhat disappointed. The temple project began in 1448. The capital/city was...More

Date of experience: July 2011
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Reviewed 29 July 2011

We were taken from our hotel early morning to join a tour bus going to Ayutthaya. On our way to Ayutthaya, we stopped at the beautiful Royal Palace and was able to see its beauty. We saw the English, Chinese and Thai architectural influence in...More

Date of experience: July 2011
6  Thank Batis
Reviewed 3 July 2011

I was really intrigued by the pictures of Buddha's head enveloped by the tree roots that all the brochures feature. It is neat when you see it in person, but I was annoyed by the crowds that took their sweet time for pictures, detracting from...More

Date of experience: November 2010
1  Thank alicevarren
Reviewed 22 June 2011

Visiting the temple ruins in Ayutthaya was one of the highlights of our holiday in Thailand. The ruins are very impressive, there is a lot to see. The sites are spreaded around in the city so you need some kind of transportation (tour, bike, guide...More

Date of experience: May 2011
1  Thank Moon_Roon
Reviewed 5 June 2011

For visitor that prefer cultural and world heritage sites, then Ayutthaya at Bangkok would be a good recommendation. I visited temple like Wat Yai Chaimongkon, Wat Phra Si Sanphet, Wat Mahathat and Wat Chaiwatthanaram. Before that I do not like to engage tour as I...More

Date of experience: February 2011
1  Thank mantajo
Reviewed 30 March 2011

Visiting the many ruins of Ayuttaya makes a very interesting day tour from Bangkok. We hired our own driver & created our own tour & visited many sights including the Summer Palace, Wat Puthaisawan, Wat Mahathat, Wat Panan Choeng and Wat Phra Sri Samphet. If...More

Date of experience: March 2011
19  Thank Ellemay
Reviewed 12 March 2011

When you about Ayutthaya in a guide book you think that it is going to be a large parkland area with lots of different ruins. It is not like that as there is in fact a part that is a modern town and has more...More

Date of experience: March 2011
14  Thank bookowl1000
Reviewed 20 February 2011

We stayed only one night, wished we stayed longer particularly because midday is so hot, best to go really early and then late afternoon. also take the boat trip but know what there is to see at each stop because it's not well marked and...More

Date of experience: January 2011
2  Thank garsarFrance
Reviewed 30 January 2011

I visited the historical park today and must admit that I was not as amazed as I expected to be. Though of course the ruins are very impressive, the park itself is hardly worth the hassle. While the buddha statues are lovingly decorated and kept,...More

Date of experience: January 2011
7  Thank kernstrom
Reviewed 13 November 2010

The ruins are beautful and evocative. An amazing historic site which would have been stunning before it was plundered. The place is steeped in Thai history. Highly recommended

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Response from dimitrivisser | Reviewed this property |
Yes. Tickets from Bangkok are only 15 baht each way. The train was busy, get in first if you want a seat. There was also no airconditioning, only open windows. You get what you pay for :)
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Response from malmt2011 | Reviewed this property |
hi, Ayutthaya is about 80 kilometers north of Bangkok (approx 2 hrs drive). Ancient capital with extensive archaeological site eg. temple. Definitely worth the visit. Just bring umbrella with you and you will be fine.
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Response from joannehurley | Reviewed this property |
Hello, I was there during the day and although its very old with not many eateries it feels pretty safe. There were lots of ticket offices open and English speaking around and it felt very safe.
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