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Ayutthaya Historical Park

Type: Historic Sites



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Founded in 1350, Thailand's former capital was the head of the Ayutthaya Kingdom, which was one of the most prosperous empires of all time. Today, the collection of the ruins of some 400 plus temples...  Read More

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  • Historic Sites: "While there is no fee to get into the historical park, each temple charges around 50 baht for entrance. You can get a 220 baht ticket covering six of the most important and most popular ones like Wat Mahathat or Phra Ram, which is better value. Getting here requires either a 2 hour bus journey from Bangkok's Northern Bus Terminal up near Chatuchak, or better yet, take the early morning fast train from Hualamphong, which gets to Ayutthaya in less than 90 minutes."
  • Best for Historic Sites Because: For gorgeous temple ruins in a great setting, historic Ayutthaya should be on every Thailand bucket list.

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