Ruean Doem Youth Hostel

Address: 48 Moo 2, Ayutthaya, Thailand | Hostel
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Ayutthaya City, bike rides and Temple Ruins

A travel blog entry by charli9988 on Sep 06, 2014

65 photos

... the city of Ayutthaya to be ruined and so it was set a light and abandoned by the thai who lived there. The ruins we saw today are what is left of the the former capital city. I found it amazing how some of the pillars and columns were still standing as they were leaning right over to one side. It was quite hard to picture what it once might of looked like but from certain bits left you can get a good picture. I really enjoyed looking around the first site but would of liked a ...

Cooking, Khao Yai National Park & Ayutthaya

A travel blog entry by kateandnicola on Sep 04, 2014

1 comment, 79 photos

... spiders, a bear cat, Thai wild dogs, gibbons and other species of monkeys, deer and some exotic birds. The guides knew exactly what they were looking for and were all really passionate about the wildlife. As we left the NP we watched the mist fall into the valley and decided we had definitely earned our pad Thai for dinner, and a Singha or two. From Pak Chong we took a local train up to the ancient city of Ayutthaya. The local trains are notorious for delays and this one ...

Mad Dogs and an Englishman

A travel blog entry by chris.boyle78 on Jul 03, 2014


... me to the hostel and gave me his number in case I needed it.

At the hostel I was greeted by the owner, called Peah. A happy and friendly lady who gave me a drink of orange juice on arrival and put some fans on in the reception area and went to turn on the air conditioning in my room. She said the room would be cool in twenty minutes. So I sat in the hotel's reception and waited for my room.

As I waited an American lady came along, she had stayed at ...

Travel blog. Entry 13. Ayuthaya

A travel blog entry by sarlexpovend on Jun 24, 2014

1 comment, 22 photos

... founds by teams excavating the sights. Most of exciting of these were the treasures uncovered in the crypts of two of the most important Wats. These finds include gold representations of Buddha, fine jewellery, and a relic of Buddha himself which was contained within a many layered shrine like a Russian doll, each layer made of a different material including wood, gold and silver and the final layer encrusted with gems and crystals. The relic itself is the third of a size of ...

Among Monks

A travel blog entry by happy-go-lucky on May 20, 2014

23 photos

... to the dishwashing place but just got confused by the signs in a snake alphabet.

At noon we were back to the hotel to take a shower and to pack our dry cloth. Shortly we were ready to meet for lunch the rest of the team. We are together now and we are ready to take some pictures. Don't miss giant reclining Buddha, #1 destination in Ayuttaya. We rent bikes for a few hours, the most common and convenient way to explore the area, and visit a few fabulous temples around Ayuttaya.