Less visited but surrounded by greenery and water. Some unusual structures that are not well explained or signposted. Look out for the elephants across the road.
its a nice place acctually. but there are several restoration work when i came. Lot of iron structure arround the building wall. I cannot enjoy it much. I hope one day i can see it naturally without irons and workers around.
This is a mix of buildings but houses a very interesting Wat as well as some chengis. Free to enter. Best to take a River tour boat as you get to see a few sites for about 300 Baht in total. Tony's place arranges the boat tours. Well worth a visit, even if you've been to the hundreds and thousands... More
It is from one of the 14 objects (ruins/temple) of Ayutthaya Historic Park. When you visit this park you will see all of them together with this one... This one is quite nice and small; not very busy either. It has very unique details, and you will catch them if you pay attention. Should definitely not miss a trip to... More
Lovely ruins & not as busy as the others - some restoration work going on (most ruins in the city were under water for a month during the 2011 floods), so there's some small areas that are blocked off.
Wat Phra Ram is not the biggest or fanciest of the wats in the city, but it has it’s own charm. Located in the park and across the street from Ancient Palace it is convenient and rather charming. The walls around the wat appear to be intact and still have archways over the entrances. There are some good relief carvings,... More
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