Tuesday, October 25, 2005

Guide to Ayutthaya

AyuthayaIn the past, Ayutthaya was the Thai capital for 417 years and now Ayutthaya became ancient city of Thailand. Situated at 86 kilometers north of Bangkok spend time around 2 hours from Bangkok. From Bangkok you can go to Ayutthaya by train (Hua Lamphong Station), van (fashion mall at victory monument), bus (Mochit 2 Bus Terminal) and car. I choose to go to Ayutthaya by van (60 Bahts per person) because the driver will send me to the area where I can rent bicycle near the market. You can go inside Ayutthaya by bicycle, motorcycle and car frog (same songteaw, but smaller). The price for rent bicycle is 30 Baht per day. When you rent the bicycle; they will give you the map. There are bicycle tracks around the capital city and you can ride bicycle inside the area in some place. The sightseeing in Ayutthaya is Ayutthaya Historical Park, Chao Sam Phraya National Museum (09.00 a.m. until 4.00 p.m.), Royal Palace and Wat Chaiwatthanaram. The Admission fee is 10 Bahts per place.
The backward roads of Ayutthaya teacher's college are Masjid community; “Roti-Saimai” (kind of Indian food made of flour and stuff with suger) is famous here. The price of Roti-Saimai about 60 Bahts per kilo. In Ayutthaya have many kinds of places to stay such as guest houses, home stays and hotels. Guest houses near market inside the town the price about 200 Bahts per day.

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