Blog Posts - Ayutthaya



A symbol of Ayutthaya

© all rights reserved Please take your time… and enjoy it large on black The three bell-shaped chedis of Wat Phra Si Sanphet have practically become a symbol of Ayutthaya – Thailand. This is the most right of the three chedis. The temple...
by web networkings on Feb 18, 2016

Cómo ir de Bangkok a Ayutthaya

Ayutthaya es la antigua capital del Reino de Siam, una de las zonas de obligada visita en Tailandia, las ruinas de la antigua capital son hoy patrimonio de la humanidad reconocido por la Unesco en 1991, si quieres saber cómo ir desde Bangkok hasta A...
by Vivir por el Mundo on Jan 24, 2016

Amazing Buddha head in Wat Mahathat Temple

If you are looking for something that is top of the Unseen. Of Ayutthaya. You must not miss to visit the amazing of "Sandstone Buddha head in the roots of a Bodhi tree" in the temple Wat Mahathat Temple in the Ayutthaya historical park zone.A pl...
by travel thailand on Nov 25, 2015

6 temples pour visiter l’essentiel d’Ayutthaya en une journée

Si je vous ai bien entendu déjà parlé d’Ayutthaya sur mon blog, je n’ai jamais vraiment fait un topo concret sur les principaux temples à visiter (selon moi) si vous avez une journée depuis Bangkok, l’occasion notamment de rapp...
by La Thailande et l'Asie on Oct 26, 2015

Los mejores sitios de Tailandia ¡No te los pierdas!

Tailandia es un autentico cuadro formado por ciudades decoradas con los colores de taxis y tuk-tuks, templos budistas rodeados de monjes vestidos de naranja, infinidad de mercados con adornos y artesanía de todo tipo, puestos de comida de todos los...
by Vivir por el Mundo on Apr 7, 2015

Ayutthaya

El maravillosos país de Siam, no solo tiene islas en el mar, sino que también se puede encontrar alguna en tierra firme, como en el caso de la ciudad de Ayutthaya (อยุธยา). Este ciudad rodeada por 3 ríos que la aíslan del territorio e...
by Portal de Tailandia on Jan 20, 2015

Photo Of The Week: Rickshaw Cyclists in Ayutthaya, Thailand

From now on I will share every Friday a photo with you from my travels around the world! This week, the photo comes from Ayutthaya, Thailand. Universal Traveller – Travelling Around The World...
by Universal Traveller on Dec 5, 2014

10 lieux à visiter pour retracer l’histoire de la Thailande

Si tout le monde connait à priori les anciennes capitales de Suhkothai et Ayutthaya et ces fameuses ruines, voici une compilation incluant d’autres lieux pour découvrir l’histoire de la Thailande, autrefois appelé le Siam. 1- Chiang Ma...
by La Thailande et l'Asie on Oct 13, 2014

Books from Cambodia and Thailand

 My 2012 year ends with an amazing and wonderful trip to Cambodia, Myanmar and Thailand. Of course, as a bookworm, I wouldn't let this chance pass without buying books from these countries. I wasn't able to buy a book from Myanmar, though, our t...
by ..:bookish mind:.. on Oct 2, 2014

The Ancient City of Ayutthaya

Ayutthaya was once a great kingdom that extended right across Northern Thailand and encompassed the whole of the land of the million elephants, which today covers Laos and part of Cambodia, Myanmar and Malaysia.  The city was founded in 1351 by...
by Thailand Travel Blog on Aug 17, 2014

"Wasting" a day in Ayutthaya, Thailand

If you’ve spent time in Ayutthaya (about an hour-and-a-half train ride north from Bangkok), you may know that the overnight train going north to Chiang Mai (and various stops along the way) doesn’t pass through until later in the evening. While t...
by Marie Away on Jul 28, 2014

Bangkok 2013 – Alluring Ruins of Ayutthaya

This story is part of the Bangkok 2013 chapters The iconic Buddha statue head embedded between overgrown roots of this Bodhi (sacred fig) tree in Ayutthaya @ Wat Mahatat First and foremost, Happy Friday dear hungry souls. May your food endeavour this...
by Motormouth From Ipoh on Mar 28, 2014

7-Day Thailand-Cambodia-Vietnam Tour Itinerary

Before we proceed to our 7-day Thailand-Cambodia-Vietnam Tour, I made some research as to what Read more The post 7-Day Thailand-Cambodia-Vietnam Tour Itinerary appeared first on Freedom Wall. This contains the summary. Please click the Title to vie...
by Freedom Wall on Jan 11, 2014

All that Remained in Wat Phra Si Sanphet and Ayutthaya Kingdom’s Grand Palace

Ayutthaya Kingdom (1351 to 1767 AD) was once considered as Southeast Asia’s most formidable, but Read more The post All that Remained in Wat Phra Si Sanphet and Ayutthaya Kingdom’s Grand Palace appeared first on Freedom Wall. This contai...
by Freedom Wall on Dec 25, 2013

The Ruins of Wat Maha That

Also called as the Monastery of the Great Relic, the Wat Maha That was built Read more The post The Ruins of Wat Maha That appeared first on Freedom Wall. This contains the summary. Please click the Title to view full article.
by Freedom Wall on Dec 23, 2013

Kurang Puas Di Ayutthaya

Sebelum dapat rejeki tiket gratis ke Bangkok sejak dulu saya memimpikan untuk bisa berkunjung ke Ayutthaya, ya saya memang penggila situs-situs bersejarah yang masuk dalam daftar UNESCO. Niatnya sejak pagi kami seharusnya sudah meluncur ke Ayutthaya...
by Alid is Little on Dec 17, 2013

Day 2 in Thailand: A Temple Race in Bangkok and Ayutthaya

We’d been awake the longest during our day 1 but we accomplished a lot on Read more The post Day 2 in Thailand: A Temple Race in Bangkok and Ayutthaya appeared first on Freedom Wall. This contains the summary. Please click the Title to view fu...
by Freedom Wall on Dec 11, 2013

A “Temple Run” in Ayutthaya

We reached Ayutthaya around 3PM on the second day of our Thailand-Cambodia-Vietnam tour and that Read more The post A “Temple Run” in Ayutthaya appeared first on Freedom Wall. This contains the summary. Please click the Title to view ful...
by Freedom Wall on Dec 4, 2013

Na Khon Luang Castle

Constructed in the reign of Prasat Thong King in 1631 have a mechanic take model from the stone castle in Cambodia to build near a Thep Jaan Temple to Commemoration the Cambodia back to the dominion.Subsequently Maha Chakri Sirindhorn Princess presid...
by travel thailand on Oct 4, 2013

Ayutthaya, Thailand: Historical and Cultural Tour

During my second day in Bangkok, I went to Ayutthaya City riding through Bangkok’s State Railway Train. The train ticket to Ayutthaya from Bang Sue station cost THB 14. You can read more details about Bangkok Transportation from here: "Wher...
by YES I Admit I'm a Traveler on Oct 3, 2013


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