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Private Tour: Ayutthaya Day Trip from Bangkok
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Considered one of the most imposing ancient Buddhist monasteries, this religious site was established by King Prasatthong in 1630 A.D. in homage to his mother.
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  • Very good26%
  • Average2%
  • Poor1%
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“the river” (61 reviews)
“west bank” (8 reviews)
“setting sun” (5 reviews)
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Ayutthaya, Thailand
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+66 35 322 730
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Reviewed 4 days ago

I consider this the best site of all those at Ayutthaya. Built along the river side, most of the Buddha statues were decapitated during the ancient wars.

Thank delacova
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Take a bike or taxi is couple kilometers from the centre. Very nice location on the Riverside. Good and clean area. Price 50 bath

Thank Koendeh
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The temple ground is vast but its main structure stands magnificent and partially reconstructed. It is influenced by Khmer (Cambodian) style that is why the Central Prang looks similar to the temples in Siem Reap. It is the farthest ruins but possibly the most beautiful...More

Thank byrone29
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This temple consists of more ruins compared to other wats in Autthaya. The temple is located next to the river, around a half hour by bike from the main Ayutthaya ruins. The admisson fee is 40 baht and outside you can find some stalls and...More

1  Thank olivehoover
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Stopped by at night to see the ruins illuminated by night. Only two other people there, plus security guards. No way in at night as far as I could see (two foot rail). But it looked nice at night. More informative signage would help explain...More

1  Thank LSUdad4
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

This was my favorite of the ruins we visited in the area. They were impressive to look at and explore, but also maintained a peaceful ambiance. It started raining so we didn't stay more than 30 minutes, but I highly recommend checking it out! I've...More

1  Thank Kind27
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

We visited as part of a guided tour. There was so much to see and our guide was very informative. We really enjoyed taking our time, reading what information there was and being interested in every little detail.

1  Thank MedusasRiot
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Similar to the Ayutthaya ruins and historical park, this temple consists of more ruins, but they are of different types, so definitely worth a visit. The temple is located next to the river, around a 15 minute drive from the Ayutthaya ruins.

1  Thank avipiti
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

As you can see from the attached photos, Wat Chaiwatthanaram is stunning and in keeping with the best traditions of Ayutthaya. Must see.

1  Thank Vijante-gigante
Reviewed 15 May 2017

The temple complex is beautiful with a lot of stupas. There is an entrance fee to get in and see the temple complex

1  Thank Gerardo R
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ika_kis
What would be the best way to get to Ayuttaya from Bangkok?
17 September 2015|
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Response from CaiBingbing | Reviewed this property |
Hi. I'm a local. There are 2 ways I can think of right now. 1. Take train from Bangkok Railway Station (Hualampong). About 2 hours of travelling. It's the easiest way for foreigners since the railway station is not hard to... More
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Brooke S
How much is adult entry fee
20 April 2015|
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Response from CaiBingbing | Reviewed this property |
50 baht for foreigners.
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