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The ancient city of Ayudhoya, like Angkor Wat in Cambodia, the old city of Rome and the Yuanmingyuan in Beijing, has been glorious, and has suffered the fate of plunder and burning by invaders, leaving only visible walls and statues of Buddhas that have fallen to the ground. Wild flowers blossom innocently beside broken Buddhist pagodas, weeds grow wantonly, wild dogs lie idly on the road or in temples, the world is quiet, simple and calm in the roadside woods and soil.
The city is located in an old capital city 80 km north of Bangkok, Thailand. As the former capital, there are many historical and cultural relics left over from that time. So here is the material and Cultural Heritage Park issued by UNESCO. The historical and cultural park area actually includes Mahatai Temple, Grand City Forbidden City, La Jabrana and dozens of other temples, as well as buildings. Inside cultural sites, you can visit different temples, ride bicycles or motorcycles, which are very convenient, or chartered tours are also a good choice. Only six places are charged, the other places are free to enter and charge fees are not particularly expensive, the cost-effective ratio is still quite high.
The Dacheng Historical Park includes the palaces and temples of the Dacheng Dynasty. Most of them have become ruins and broken walls. Only a few temples are still in use. Most of the Dacheng temples are Khmer style and Sri Lankan style. The park also has a large area of grassland, ponds, etc. It takes a whole day or more to see the entire attraction, with restaurants and hotels inside. Here you can choose to rent a bicycle or take a boat around the moat to see the city outline. Here we can see the prosperity of the city 300 years ago, the destruction caused by the war, and the feeling of awe.
The ruins of the great Thai city dynasty, the lost ancient capital, once glorious, were burnt down during the invasion of Myanmar in 1767. The ruined pagodas, broken walls and separated statues of Buddha speak of the prosperous past and the vicissitudes of history.
The Great City History Park is the inner city of the moat, the site of palaces of ancient dynasties, so scattered ancient relics can be seen everywhere. Walking along the riverside, the golden reflection flickers with the waves and feels the beautiful sunset falling on the ruins of the ancient city. It is magnificent, thick, mottled, sad and beautiful. With your eyes closed, you can imagine the splendor of the ancient city hundreds of years ago. There is no suitable word to describe such beauty, just waiting for you to feel it personally.
Ayutthaya, located 76 kilometers north of Bangkok, is a relatively small mansion, but it is famous for being the capital of ancient Thailand. It was included in the World Cultural Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1991. Starting from downtown Bangkok, it can be reached in about 1 hour and 30 minutes. Although the road is not spacious, it is in good condition. Ayutthaya Historical Park is relatively centralized, with half the fees and half the free attractions. Tourists can purchase tickets or tickets for individual attractions according to their personal itinerary and interests. The tickets are five attractions and 220 baht. Individual tickets are 50 baht. Ticket-selling attractions have joint tickets for sale. If you look at flowers on a horse, you can finish it in the morning. If Zai looks carefully, it won't be much for a day or two. Renting a bicycle or motorcycle is very pleasant and convenient to travel around the city. If you walk, some places are relatively far away and the pace is much slower. It depends on your time and your wallet. The Grand Palace and Mahatai Temple are well known and must be visited. The beauty of the pagoda, the variety of Buddha statues, the sense of historical vicissitudes and the natural environment of the surrounding trees, birds and flowers make this place more attractive.
In 2012, it was established as a "Great City Celebrity Park" area covering an area of 34,455 square meters, with celebrity walls, celebrity relief walls and Sun Yi Memorial Hall. The establishment of Dacheng Celebrity Park will certainly encourage more Pingshu sons and daughters to be diligent and mature and serve the motherland.
The Historic Park in the center of the big city, including many ruins of the big city, is the core of the tour of the big city. It may take a whole day or more to see the whole area. There are also some restaurants and hotels in this area. If you are traveling on your own, you can rent a bicycle, an electric car or a jumbo.
Travel to Thailand is usually to Bangkok, Pattaya and other places. In fact, Thailand also has many tourist destinations that can represent its national flavor, such as the Grand City Hall, 72 kilometers north of Bangkok, on the banks of the Basha River. Ayutthaya, once the capital of the Thai Dynasty, was captured by Myanmar from 1350 to 1767. It has been prosperous for hundreds of years, leaving behind many precious ancient sites. About an hour from Bangkok, we arrived at the ancient city of Ayodia, where we could see ancient sites looming in the shade or adjacent to modern buildings. Despite the broken walls and ruins, the castles of the palaces, the still glorious statues of Buddha and the delicate carvings can still make people feel sad about hanging the ancients.