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Every hotel, or accomodation provide maps of attractions, temples and ruins. This one like all has its interesting features. Central to town its easy to find and i saw many locals and touros looking at this site. What i found sad, was the signs around...More
Wat Maheyong is located away from the center of Ayutthaya, behind the train station. We came by bicycle but I'm afraid I can't recount how exactly to get here as we got quite lost long the way... anyway finally made it.
It was built in...More
Wat Maheyong is about 7 k.m. far from Ayutthaya historical park. It's the only ruins in Ayutthaya that principal chedi surrounded by 99 small elephant statues. Even though most of them are destroyed but still nice to see and take photo. I liked the long...More
A visit here mixes the old with the new. The monastery and retreat center are fascinating and peaceful to walk through - dress respectfully and be a friendly observer if visiting. We walked through the grounds and sat in the tree shaded groves to take...More
The location is off the "island" and it is not worth my journey of cycling across the bridge to get to this part of Ayuthayya. Its the last temple that i went, and the feeling would be different if this was the first temple i...More
If you want to be off the beaten track doing a meditation retreat in a temple where you'll mainly find Thai people, this is the temple for you. Hardly anyone speaks any language other than Thai. All meditations are in Thai or Pali. It's a...More