Krungsri River Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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A wat is a Buddhist sacred precinct with a Buddhist monastery, a temple, an edifice housing a large image of Buddha and a structure for lessons. The term is used more loosely, even for ruins of ancient templesIn everyday language.
In Thailand, a wat is any place of worship except for a mosque. Ayutthaya is an island with access ...
... and some just worn down. In one area there was what looked like an old cemetery and open air temple with an old reclining Buddha. I think this was Wat Tha Sai as there was a sign nearby but I couldn't be sure. There was a little lake which I sat at for a while where I was greeted by some black cats who sat at my feet boofing my legs. After some time relaxing by the lake with my new friends I saw off to the left across the road was some more older looking buildings. This was ...
We checked out early as our tuk tuk was picking us up at 8 this morning. We asked the nice lady yesterday if we could have breakfast at 7:30 and she said yes so we went down for then. None of the staff could speak English so we sat there asking for breakfast but didn't get anything from them in the end! The tuk tuk turned up early but we were annoyed that we didn't get to have anything to eat and how rude all the staff ...
... elephant was clearly hungry and was very keen on eating straight from the basket and getting lots of attention. After a busy day of exploring we returned the bikes and were sold a sun set boat trip to see some of the temples further away. As we were ushered onto the boat, large umbrellas were thrust into our hands and we realised that we maybe hadn't made the best decision. Luckily after one quick downpour the sky's cleared and we had perfect weather to enjoy the final sights of the ...
... inviting us to bring our own food and beer to watch the World Cup with them. They were so friendly and helpful that we even booked another night.
The only down side to this part of our trip has been the Soi (or alley dogs) that are present in big numbers both here and in Kanchanaburi. In the day the dogs are too hot to cause much bother and you can't help but feel sorry for the mangy flea infested strays many of which show obvious signs of having been in road ...