Baifern Homestay

Address: 172/9, Moo 4, Phratuchai, Muang, Phranakorn Sri, Ayutthaya, 13000, Thailand | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 172/9, Moo 4, Phratuchai, Muang, Phranakorn Sri, Ayutthaya, is near Ayuthaya Historical Park, Ayutthaya Elephant Camp, Temple of the Reclining Buddha (Wat Lokayasutharam), and Chao Praya River.
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Travel Blogs from Ayutthaya

Pitstop in Bangkok and old capital of Ayutthaya

A travel blog entry by amzah on Mar 14, 2014

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After Kanchanaburi I thought that going back for two days Bangkok would be nice. Met an elderly Dutch couple in the minivan who travelled far more countries than I did, wow. You see the difference when people have been over the world, they're not so narrow minded as some people I came across daily in The Netherlands haha.

In Bangkok I …

Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya

A travel blog entry by jennagroters on Aug 31, 2014

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... ice cream. Durian is a fruit that apparently "tastes like heaven and smells like hell." The ice cream was a bit gross but know where near as bad as the smell of the fruit. To give you an idea the only thing you are not allowed to eat on the tour bus is durian ice cream.....
Next drove to a pier somewhere down the Chao Phraya River towards Bangkok and got on a boat. Where we had an amazing Thai buffet lunch and cruised down the river back to River City Pier in Bangkok. Along ...

Left, right, left Ayutthaya & Birma

A travel blog entry by ingen24 on Jul 18, 2014

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... smooth. No aggression as you expect from Buddhist people. But where there is space you just use it. So you squeeze your vehicle where you want to go in the direction you like to. As a driver you need eyes on all sides and our minivan has been equipped with special mirrors which is pretty common here. I don't worry. The vehicle is blessed. As most vehicles it has been driven over to the temple and blessed for good luck. A sign above the driver marks ...

The Old Capital of Thailand

A travel blog entry by harwoodjones on May 10, 2014

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... war/occupation, the Burmese burnt and destroyed parts of these temples and monuments. Ayutthaya is also one of four capital cities that Thailand has had. It was one of the most bizarre tours that I'd been on, firstly because the guide just gave you a brief overview and just dumped you there to do your own thing for a limited amount of time and secondly because he didn't tell you where you were going/what would be there. The guide also ...

Krap, Krap, Krap

A travel blog entry by mobbys_travels on Apr 06, 2014

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... done over the years. Inside one of the outer buildings we found a large dwelling of bats, which we didnt hang around with for too long! The main structure had steep steps you could climb, which provided a lovely view at the top of the entire grounds. 60 years ago during an archaelogical excavation of the area, quite a bit of gold had been found and subsequently stolen with only 10% being recovered. Some of the recovered gold was on display, with most of it in a ...