Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya
Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya
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Temple
106***66The Pamahathai Temple was built at the time of Baoruomalajia I (Borom Rachathirat I 1370-1388), and its main tower was about 40 meters high. It was one of the earliest Khmer-style Buddhist towers built in the Great City. However, only the base at the bottom was left. The stucco decoration marks were visible from the surrounding Buddhist towers. The pamakhat temple, built more than 600 years ago, has the earliest Khmer-style pagoda built in the city, surrounded by several relatively intact stone statues and many broken-walled statues of the Buddha.
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E35***19Beautiful place but make sure you know exactly the places you want to see before you get there because they aren't all that close together. I think we would hire a tuk tuk if we were to go again. Well worth it though! Make sure to cover shoulders and legs for the temples.
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Palace
乖小咪Bang Pa-in Palace is a residence of the Thai royal family. There are many buildings, beautiful lakes and gardens. Many of the buildings are antique buildings that combine Thai and Chinese styles. They are very beautiful. The birds and flowers in the summer palace garden are fresh and the air gives people a paradise beauty.
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杉尼Thailand 🇹🇭, a country where many people believe in Buddhism, Buddha statues and temples can be seen everywhere in the country. Among them, the Wat Pho in the suburbs of Ayutthaya is particularly famous. Ayutthaya, an inland city, was once the capital of the Ayutthaya dynasty of Thailand. It flourished for hundreds of years from 1350 to 1767. It was later captured by Burma. Therefore, it has accumulated more than 400 years of history and has a strong Buddhist atmosphere and royal aura. Reclining Buddha, I have seen it far away, and immediately felt insignificant before reaching the Reclining Buddha! The Yizun Reclining Buddha is the largest reclining Buddha in the world. It is 46 meters long and 15 meters high. The sole of each foot is 5 meters long, with 108 Buddha images engraved on it! Compared with them, everyone deeply feels the smallness of life and the tallness of Buddha!
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UNESCO World Heritage-Cultural Site    
灼眼的夏娜酱The temple is outside the city of Ayutthaya, not far from the railway station. There are 20 tickets. It is worth visiting. There are many people, mainly local people. The temple is well preserved. When you enter the ticket hall and walk left, you can buy a large reclining Buddha. The lotus candles are enshrined, but the lotus is recycled, that is, the administrator takes it out after you pay it and sells it. The big feet of the Buddha statue are used for making a wish. If your coin is stuck on the Buddha's feet, you can make a wish like this. It is not easy to test. On the right side of the reclining Buddha is the main tower part. It is a very majestic big tower surrounded by Buddha statues. You can look for it carefully. There are a few eyes with black glass beads, which are especially gods. The tower can be climbed up, and the two big Buddhas facing it are particularly majestic. The little Buddha underneath was wearing a yellow cloth when he came. It was noon, and a woman tore off all the yellow cloth. For some reason, she still looked good. All in all, this temple is worth visiting. There is a parking lot outside and there are several shops selling tourist souvenirs.
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Ancient Pagoda
Temple
Historical Site
melody68Chaiwattana Lance (also known as Little Angkor Wat) filming location for the Thai drama "Natural Couple" Located next to the Chao Phraya River in Ayutthaya (Ayutthaya), this temple was built in 1630 as a royal monastery built by King Prasat Thong to commemorate his mother who once lived here. Only the body of the Buddha with vicissitudes and limbs and the head of the Buddha are left The red bricks that were stolen to various countries set off against each other, showing a desolate beauty.