Luang Chumni Village

2/4 Rojana Road, Ayutthaya, 13000, Thailand | B&B
Prices starting from $22.00
 

Travel Blogs from Ayutthaya

Nelly the Elephant

A travel blog entry by george_dan_2012

Next stop was Ayutthaya! Only 3 hours away from Bangkok it is definitely worth visiting especially when its only 15 Baht to get there by train. We ended up loving central Thailand; beautiful waterfalls, gorgeous views and historic temples. We stayed at Luang Chumni Village which was great! Our wooden room was surrounded by a moat. The breakfast was …

Ayutthaya

A travel blog entry by seanc05

2
19

Days 8&9
Finally, I ventured outside Bangkok! On Friday morning, I made the short trip from Bangkok to Ayutthaya by train. The journey lasted about an hour and forty minutes, covering about 70 km and costing a whopping 47 cents (give or take a few cents) one way.
I had pre-booked a stay in Luang Chumni Guest House which came highly …

Wat & Wo

A travel blog entry by gone2asia

49

Meine Unterkunft für drei Nächte, ist ein traditionelles Thaihaus mit separatem Komfortbad. Es kann problemlos mit dem Fünf Sterne Strandresort mithalten, nein toppt es sogar: Es gibt WLAN in hervorragender Qualität und Geschwindigkeit. Das Frühstück ist schlicht, aber von gutem Geschmack.
Auf meiner Veranda bin ich umzingelt von Geckos, deren …

Hanoi to Ayutthaya

A travel blog entry by souter

4

... station by 11.00. We bought our tickets to Ayutthaya and were bundled on to the waiting train and into some seats by the station staff. We sat there for a while but were told to move not long after ... apparently I had bought standing only. I was given another seat but Malcolm stood with all our luggage. The trip was only about 40 minutes so we were soon told our station was next. We alighted from the train, crossed the tracks, and were approached by ...

What? A lot of Wats!

A travel blog entry by sarahdoug96

47

... before we went off to hire some bikes to go round the other temples on the island today. No mountain bikes on offer so we had to get the usual “wish you were here” bikes complete with bell and basket on the front. Still, not being put off by our image, we set off to the temples. We had to pass through some of the town centre which involved dodging dogs, stalls, other bikes and general traffic, which was fun! Our first temple we visited was Wat Mata ...

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