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Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya

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Wat Phra Mahathat
4.7/5
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Wat Phra Mahathat is located in Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya, Thailand. Walking into the temple feels like entering a vast forest, which cools down all the heat. Here you can find the famous Buddha Head which is entwined by tentacle-like banyan roots. Wrapped around by the roots, the Buddha Head appears to have grown from the tree itself, and become part of the tree.
Ayutthaya Historical Park
4.6/5
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Wat Lokayasutharam
4.5/5
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Adam Yue   
Walked into the Ayutthaya Karayasuta Temple, although the old temples were already bustling, leaving only a huge Buddha statue made of clay, sleeping quietly, the lacquer ware on the body has become somewhat mottled, but the look is Still as calm as ever. Although not as gorgeous as other temples, it is one of the impressive spots of Ayutthaya and the place where local believers are devout to the Buddha. A beautiful and peaceful Buddha, lying quietly on the beautiful lotus seat, his right hand gently leaning on the lotus, his left hand on the body, the face with a faint smile, very kind and quiet. Above the mottled stone steps of the Buddha, there is a incense burner, occasionally local believers, worshipping in front of the Buddha, quietly telling, and then giving him a fragrance, it is particularly sacred and beautiful. Surrounded by a large Buddha, although the appearance has become blurred, he still waits for the kind people in this land. No matter what troubles, if you have any problems, you can choose an uninhabited afternoon and quietly tell the Buddha about it. Ask him to give his soul comfort Palan Temple in the center of the ancient city of Ayutthaya. To the temple where the damage is more serious. Although the kings of the Ayutthaya kingdom have repaired it, the temples in today's temples still appear to be somewhat run-down, and many Buddha statues have been damaged. Only the Khmer-style pagodas that remain in the center of the temple are still tenacious, and people can see a kind of tenacious vitality, and also feel a rare and incomplete beauty.
Posted: 14 Dec, 2018
Pan_Nabai   
Thailand's "Angkor Wat" Reality Lost Empire | Bangkok Ayutthaya One talks about Thailand! Many people's minds may appear in the minds of Pattaya, Bangkok, Samui. In fact, there are many tourist attractions in Thailand that can represent its national characteristics. For example, it is known as the Little Angkor Wat in Thailand. It is located on the banks of the Basha River more than 70 kilometers north of Bangkok. It used to be the capital of the Thai dynasty. After thirty-three Thai dynasties, it is also a glorious ancient city with hundreds of years of history. Many precious ancient ruins are very worthy of a visit to Ayutthaya! I am in the big city at noon. There are not many Chinese tourists, most of them are local tourists from Thailand and European and American tourists. Although the weather is hot, but the green shades everywhere are still refreshing, not only the ruins of the ancient city palaces that are hidden in the shade of the green, I feel a sad mood in my heart. Various ancient cities, temples and statues stand on the ruins. I close my eyes and can imagine the magnificent palaces and magnificent Buddhist temples. Every detail can feel the imprint of time. Prosperity and defeat are overnight. I took a lot of photos and many of the sights are really like the Angkor Wat in Cambodia. Its really a Thai Little Angkor Focus: I think many people come to Dacheng It is to hit the place where the tree is holding the head of the Buddha in the Mahathat Temple! It is said that when the Mahathat was looted by the Burmese army, the Buddha head in the temple was knocked down and rolled down under the Bodhi tree. It was integrated into the storm for four hundred years, and it was peaceful forever. I am inexplicably impressed by this magical power. There are many other attractions in Ayutthaya, and you need to buy a ticket, usually around 10RMB. Traffic :(From Bangkok Valley) Take the Blue MRT to HuaLamphong Station, the exit is the largest fire station in Bangkok Find the ticket office and say you want to go to Ayutthaya, first class Air conditioning fan 50RMB; the cheapest is the third-class station ticket 4RMB, the station ticket does not have a fixed seat, you need to find the empty seat on the corresponding car. Its not more than two hours, and the fire tickets to Ayutthaya dont have to be bought in advance. Every half hour there is a ~ Take the BTS at Mochit Station/MRT at ChatuChak Park Station. By bus Minwan, you can go to Ayutthaya, 90 / person, starting with 12 people, the seat is quite comfortable, about an hour and a half drive, sleep in the car. I am directly from Bangkok. I am probably more than 500 RMB. I think it is quite convenient. A big seven-seat business car and friends from all walks of life can sit down. It is recommended to book a day trip to Ayutthaya on various major tourist platforms, and pick up and drop off at Bangkok hotels. Prices range from 400RMB to 700RMB. See your actual needs. In Ayutthaya, away from the hustle and bustle of Bangkok's big city, the romance of Samui Island, but it really calms down and relaxes. Physical and mental, slow down and really feel the rise and fall of a city.
Posted: 26 Apr, 2019
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