Ayutthaya Place Youth Hostel

Address: 7 Moo 2, Rojana Road, Ayutthaya, 13000, Thailand | Hostel
 
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This hostel, located on 7 Moo 2, Rojana Road, Ayutthaya, is near Ayuthaya Historical Park, Ayutthaya Elephant Camp, Temple of the Reclining Buddha (Wat Lokayasutharam), and Chao Praya River.
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Reviewed by kodatski

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Reviewed Apr 13, 2011
by (5 reviews) Kiev , Ukraine Flag of Ukraine

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TripAdvisor Reviews Ayutthaya Place Youth Hostel

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Travel Blogs from Ayutthaya

Ayutthaya.... Ajuuuh - thaya

A travel blog entry by samantha.blonk on Dec 13, 2014

6 photos

... tourist part even the water is cheaper. While waiting for our bus we sat down near a small fountain, people were throwing coins in it for good luck while way too big fish were swimming around. When I looked into the fountain I saw that someone had thrown a coin on a thornbacks head it seemed that it not to be bothered by it too much. Finally we can move on and it doesn't take very long before we arrive in Ayutthaya. While we drive through Ayutthaya we see a lot of old temples and ruins. ...

FEASTIVAL

A travel blog entry by marie.channer on Nov 30, 2014

1 comment, 86 photos

... was shaded and not covered in monkeys!!) we headed to a school fair that was right next to the temple. We bought a few bits and bobs then went on the games which we found out for certain were rigged! Cheeky buggars!! We found a game that wasn't rigged and won two teddies which following our good deed promise, we gave away to two young children. For the third time since arriving in Thailand we were approached by some school children on a ...

Ayutthaya, the Ancient Capital

A travel blog entry by rebeccarosz on Oct 23, 2014

59 photos

... and contained many stone ruins and stupa's and its primary statue of Buddha which had been mostly destroyed or damaged apart from the body but the arms had been removed.

Moving onwards from here I found another old looking temple, Wat Rajaburana which was built in 1424 was a royal temple were princes of the age were cremated. This temple so far was the most complex and detailed one yet (in the old style) so it was great to finally see as these temples are the reason ...

Left, right, left Ayutthaya & Birma

A travel blog entry by ingen24 on Jul 18, 2014

8 photos

... 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 ...

One night in Bangkok

A travel blog entry by krocodiletears on May 14, 2014

3 photos

... was about to leave. Franki ran full tilt with bags and day packs across the track while I hopped around like a cat on a hot tin roof trying to buy tickets. Within seconds were on an all third class train heading towards Bangkok. It had been delayed by two hours en route from the north. This stroke of good fortune probably saved us a couple of hours as our train was doubtless also far behind schedule. Knowledge is power. We alighted from the train in Samsen about twenty ...