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Las mejores actividades en Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya

Descubre la ciudad a través de los ojos de sus habitantes. Encuentra las mejores actividades, lugares para comer y recibe consejos invaluables de la gente que vive ahí.

Place of Worship
“The most beautiful ancient in Ayutthaya and the best view of sunset. Don't-miss place :)”
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Buddhist Temple
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Place of Worship
“Serving as the Royal Monastery from 1350 to 1448, the temple occupies expansive grounds inside the walls of the now-collapsed Royal Palace. The three iconic chedis – housing the royal relics of three Ayutthaya Kings – are among the few structures left standing in the temple grounds, which is itself a must-see ruin site. Opening Hours: 07:00 – 18:00 Location: Ayutthaya Historical Park, on Naresuan Road How to get there: From Rojana Road, turn right into Naresuan Road and continue about 500m ”
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Sitio histórico
“Open air museum of the ancient architecture, culture and engineering, Really on of the World's Heritage and hard-to-miss spot when in Thailand.”
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Place of Worship
“The temple contains a large bronze Buddha image – the oldest in Ayutthaya – built in 1325. Walk around the main chapel to the riverside and pay respect to the Queen at the Chinese shrine. It is widely believed that the queen will fulfill a wish of those in search of a soul-mate. Location: Southeastern bank of the Chao Phraya River, off Highway 3477, outer city How to get there: From Highway 309, turn left at the chedi roundabout into Highway 3477. ”
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Hindu Temple
“Temple is in a state of ruins, but the Reclining Buddha statue is truly grand and awe inspiring. It's the one of the world's largest. Mercy and popularity will come to the one who pays respect here.”
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Museum
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Museum
“Ayutthaya is home to Thailand’s most skilled boat builders. In the past, the city had more klongs (canals) than roads, and boats used to be the main mode of transport. This private museum belongs to Phaithun Khaomala, a renowned boat modeler and former boat builder. . Some of them are more than 100 years old. Opening Hours: 08:00 – 17:00 (by appointment only) Location: Bang Ian Road, just off Chikun Road, opposite Wat Mahathat Tel: +66 (035) 241 195 How to get there: From Rojana Road, turn right into Chikun Road and, before you reach Wat Mahathat, make another right into Bang Lan Road. ”
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Restaurante
“The most famous pub and bar in Ayutthaya. Food and drinks are not expensive. Live music is good. If you like crowed people, here is for you.”
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Health
“Very good and convenient market place for all your groceries and fresh food needs. Lots of local Thai Massage shops with experiences therapists and herbal pharmacy stores. ”
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Museum
“"Million Toy Museum" If you have a kids, this is a good break for them to enjoy with a toys collection, tin toys, plastic toys and vintage stuff”
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Establishment
“รถไฟจากสถานีดอนเมืองมาถึงอยุธยา ง่าย ๆ เพียงต่อเดียว ถึงสถานีรถไฟอยุธยา แล้วโทรหาเราสิ่ เราจะไปรับถึงที่เลยล่ะ สะดวก รวดเร็ว ”
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Place of Worship
“Wat Yai Chaimongkol This temple is an ancient temple. Built in the early Ayutthaya period”
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Restaurante
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Point of Interest
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