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Most Helpful Positive Review
Reviewed May 6, 2013 via mobile

We went to Ayuthaya by express train leaving Hualamphong station 8.20 am. 2nd class 245 bht. Arrival 9.45 am. After asking around for a guide we Found Mr. Pok at the railwaystation. He's been a guide for over 30 years. Speaks reasonably good English and...More

7  Thank BibiDaf
Most Helpful Critical Review
Reviewed June 14, 2013

The temples here pale in comparison with those at Angkor Wat and Borobudur. My friend and I travelled via 3rd class train from BKK for nearly 3 hours, hopped onto a Tutuk upon arrival. I was really keen to see the temple ruins as I...More

3  Thank ptaxol
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Amazed by its beauty Magnificent and historical place. I recommend visitor to read a little before going. Our tour guide told us the history of each site before visiting. Amazing place. What a rich history it must have. What splendid architecture. Must visit place

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Reviewed 5 weeks ago

Normally, I don't usually give reviews on attractions because whether they are good or not could be somewhat subjective, but in this instance i find there is a good reason to. As more of the reviewers rating it poor has highlighted, they are all right...More

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Reviewed October 1, 2018

There is a head of Buddha, very low above the ground. The picture can only be taken while a person sitting in front it. There is a security officer who monitors that, otherwise you are forced to delete that picture. This is an interesting historical...More

Thank dyurchenko
Reviewed September 23, 2018 via mobile

In 14-17century Ayuttaya dynasty was the key trading point where UK,Netherlands,Portugal,Japan had their own town. You can see a lot of temples which was a symbol of wealth and authority. アユタヤ 山田長政も17世紀初頭にここにおり その当時の日本人町は1600人ほどだったそうです。日本人遺跡町は最近作った様にて見るものはありませんが、アユタヤ王朝の仏教遺跡群は当時の繁栄が偲ばれます。

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Reviewed September 15, 2018 via mobile

The entire town of Ayutthaya is the UNESCO site. You’ll need to drive around to see various sites, depending on your time, preference and tolerance to the heat

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Reviewed September 15, 2018

Excellent place to come if you like historic places, this Was the capital of Siam for a long time, so good for culture, lovely

Thank richard m
Reviewed September 13, 2018

There's really one one reason to visit Ayutthaya and that's for the ruins. Lots of temples in various conditions. Many have been restored after centuries of looting, pillaging, earthquakes and fires. Some of the restorations better than others. Visitors who have been to some of...More

1  Thank Raintree_Thailand
Reviewed September 10, 2018 via mobile

One of the on shore excursion we decided to take. Never regretted it. We got off at Laem Chabang and a tour bus drove us there. The 3 hour bus ride was ok. The ruin is a UNESCO site. You get that peaceful serene feeling...More

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Reviewed September 9, 2018

Was beautiful, take care it was very hot and crowded. Lots of pickpocket signs too well worth a visit here.

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Reviewed September 8, 2018

This is really a must see if you want to know what THailand was like originally, there are acres and acres of ruins from what was once the capitol of the country. The wars fought in this city caused the ruins of many buildings, firse...More

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anandkrgupta
October 8, 2017|
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Response from Aniket C | Reviewed this property |
Anyone can go and enjoy the tour. Completely worth visiting place.
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joujita
September 18, 2017|
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Response from ghraze | Reviewed this property |
I am a female solo traveller too. for me better if you book a tour so that the tour guide will tell you and explain about the history of that place. you will not appreciate the place if you don't know the history of that... More
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Lee P
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Response from MikeB107 | Reviewed this property |
tuks tuks bad value. they appeal for romantic reasons but are not to be recommended.
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