Ayothaya Riverside Hotel

91/1 Moo 10 Tambol Kamang, Amphur Phanakorn Sri Ayutthaya, Ayutthaya, 13000, Thailand | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 91/1 Moo 10 Tambol Kamang, Amphur Phanakorn Sri Ayutthaya, 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

    Lots and lots of old temples and ruins

    A travel blog entry by fayerowe on Jul 31, 2014

    Well the journey getting here went well, just looooong!
    I left Pai at 2.30 after doing more shopping. (I really need to stop, my bag(s) far too heavy now!) and I finally got to Ayutthya at 12.30 the following day. The bus in Chiang Mai was almost 3 hours late, and then I had to navigate myself around Bangkok to get to the train station which was conveniently on the other side of the city. Luckily I had managed to get a fair bit of sleep.

    Once I Ayutthaya the done thing ...

    Mad Dogs and an Englishman

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


    ... way. I do this for another twenty minutes and start to get worried. I'm lost! Then a tuk tuk driver comes along and asks me if I need a lift. Talk about the nick of time. I was on the point of exhaustion and was glad of the help. Especially as this one knew exactly where my hostel was, unlike the other tuk tuk drivers who all claimed ignorance then suggested a place they knew. The driver called himself X-Man, although his only power seemed to be getting me out of trouble. ...


    A travel blog entry by heathm9 on Jun 17, 2014

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    We took a train to a town north of Bangkok, we ready to get out the city. There are lots of ruined temples. It was built up much more than I thought. We had a tuk tuk driver that was Thai but had dreadlocks and played Rastafarian music. We got on a bumpy night train headed for chaing Mai ...

    One night in Bangkok

    A travel blog entry by krocodiletears on May 14, 2014

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    ... Adhere 13th is certainly one of Bangkok’s true blues music venues. It has been a great find for us. As intimate as it gets, this shop-house blues bar is so narrow you almost have to walk over the band to get to the back of the bar which is lined with high stools. The front has tiny tables and low seating, and the walls are decorated with moody album covers and dusty road signs. It feels like a local pub but with a little more cool factor and a gritty, working class ...

    Mystic Ayutthaya

    A travel blog entry by roaming_edwards on Feb 11, 2014

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    ... baht. Imagine that in England? But it is a beautiful site, it's the one with the famous image of the tree roots growing around the Buddha head. We 'played' there for a couple of hours, watching the bats come out at dusk. Thailand city's have few open spaces where the kids can let off steam, and we found the Wats of Ayutthaya to be perfect. The key is teaching respect. Millie, a rule follower, enjoyed reading the 'do's and don't's list' and enforcing them for us. She was ...