Beatiful Place well worth a visit away from the hissle and bussle of other hostoric and religeous Thai sites.Spent the day in Ayutthaya with Thai friends who where showing me the sights of real Thailand. what an amazing place and culture.From the religeous sites to the historical the whole day was fabulous, would definately recommend a visit if you want to see authentic Thailand. away from the tourist traps and the hussle and bussle of Bangkok.
I went to Dacheng Mansion, visited Bangba Yinxia Palace, Wo Buddha Temple, Tree Holding Buddha, Water Market, Cliff Difference Mengkong Temple. In the ruins, you can feel the magnificence of Zengjing in Dacheng Palace. Only when you came here did you know that Zengjing was a well-known and densely populated metropolis in its heyday, and its progress was even comparable to that of some European capitals.
The big city is also called Ayutthaya. They tell the Thai people that they can't understand "Big City" and that they understand when they say Ayutthaya. It used to be a gambling city in Thailand. After being occupied by Myanmar in 1767, almost all the major palaces, Buddha statues and other buildings were destroyed. Today's big city in the ruined walls, tells of the past glory and vicissitudes.
Dacheng Palace, the former capital of Thailand, was looted by Burmese in 1767, and the whole city has been devastated ever since. Some temple sites have been successfully preserved and listed on the World Heritage List. Shuttling in the big city is like shuttling through time and space. There are relics of Buddha statues or temples everywhere. Near the lush branches, the broken Buddhist hands are safely laid on the ground, where the sense of historical decay arises spontaneously. The temple buildings inside the big city have a large area of dilapidation, and all the sites are different. The sense of time and space change will make people awe life.
The whole city of Dacheng Palace is a museum, and the ruins of Dacheng Dynasty are the world historical and cultural heritage awarded by UNESCO. Dachengfu Site has been listed on the World Heritage List. Dachengfu is a must for historians and enthusiasts. The Great City Dynasty began in the 14th century and ended in the 18th century. It was a feudal dynasty of Siam. The remains of the Dacheng Dynasty gave birth to the ancient civilization and culture of Thailand. The Great City Dynasty has a glorious history. In the 14th century, many magnificent Buddhist temples and palaces were built. Today, most of the buildings of the Great City Dynasty have been destroyed. What we can see is only ruined and untouched remains. The mottled ruins still show the glory of the past to the world, silently describing a long history. It can be visited by elephant or tricycle. Although the building is fragmented, it has a unique sense of historical vicissitudes.
A lot temple more than 100 temples
At 8:00 a.m., I went to Bangkok bus station to deposit my luggage and then went to Dacheng by minibus. At first glance, I liked this place. It was the capital of Thailand more than 700 years ago. Its Thai name was Ayuthaya. It was once very prosperous. During its glorious period, many temples, palaces and Buddhist pagodas were built. Later, the city was burned after being captured by Myanmar. Now you can still see the magnificence and luxury of that year from the remnants of the ruins. Before going, I thought I could embrace history, but the fact is that we neither have a guide nor understand the explanation on the stone tablet (explanations are only in English and Japanese, but there is no Chinese anyway). The attractions here are very scattered, so we packed a tutu and he took us to some famous attractions and waited for us outside the attractions. (But in fact, it's also a horse-walking view of flowers.) The classic "Shubaotou Buddha Statue" is the famous banyan tree Baotou Buddha head in the big city. A Buddha's head is wrapped in the root of a tree, which is as integrated with the tree as it grows out of it. If you want to take a picture of the Buddha's head, you'd better squat down and not be taller than the Buddha's head to show respect. Generally speaking, it would be better to make a strategy by myself and then go. I learned that fur knew about it, and I had little experience to give you. Ice sticks had eaten many roots. Snacks at the entrance of scenic spots were very delicious. Banana cakes were eaten a lot. Tip "1. When you get to the big city by bus, there will be many drivers recommending you to take a day trip. Remember to compare the goods with three, ask the price clearly, ask the playground clearly, and don't get on the bus casually. 2. If you can, please understand the history of this place before you go, because there are very few Chinese people here, most Japanese and Korean people come to visit, so there is no Chinese on the commentary board, you will see a confused face. 3. Although it is incomplete, there are still many Buddha statues. If you can, you'd better wear respectful writing. For example, you can take a cloth with you. Thai streets are very common. Another use of it is to block the sun.
Thailand is known as the country of thousands of Buddhas, and the capital of Thailand is the capital of Buddha in the country of thousands of Buddhas. There are dozens of temples, large and small, thousands of years old. They are the true Buddhist capital. Among them, the famous Wofo Temple, Pamahatai Temple, Bodhisattva Temple and so on are all distributed here. There is also the largest Buddhist historical and cultural area in Thailand, which is the most important place to experience Thai Buddhist culture, and can not be missed.
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 takes about 1 hour and 30 minutes to get there. Although the roads are not spacious, they are in good condition. The historic sites in Dachengfu are relatively centralized with half of the fees and free attractions. Tourists can purchase tickets or tickets for individual attractions according to their personal itineraries 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 comfortable 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 Mahatai Temple is well-known as the Tree Holding Buddha, which is a necessary place. There is also the CHAO SAM PHRAYA National Museum, although small in scale, but there are many exquisite works, which can let you have a better understanding of the ancient history of Thailand and the development of Buddhism.
Dacheng one-day tour time will be more hasty, it is better to stay one night to see the sunset of the big city, sit and eat in the water market.