Muaklek Valley And Country Club

Address: 207 Moo 5, T. Mittapap, A. Muaklek, Sara Buri, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 207 Moo 5, T. Mittapap, A. Muaklek, Sara Buri.
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Travel Blogs from Sara Buri

Ayutthaya, the Ancient Capital

A travel blog entry by rebeccarosz on Oct 23, 2014

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... to be no drinking tonight as I had to check out the next day and didn't want to do that hung-over. Everyone was there that night so I got to see them all before I was to leave. They asked me to come back for NYE later in the year which really sounded like a great idea! I would have to see if I could make it work but would let them know if I would be able to come back. After some photos, some silly, we all said our farewells and I headed back to my guesthouse to pack everything ...

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.

All Templed out

A travel blog entry by krocodiletears on May 13, 2014

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... Wat Phra Sanpet - it's the city's most iconic image. I cycled on to Wat Phra Mahathat where a gigantic Buddha head lies amongst the tangled tree roots. It reminded me of Ankor Wat. Popular belief is that it was abandoned after the Burmese ransacked the city. In the afternoon two newly appointed teachers from Chris and Rita's school arrived for coffee. John - a Mexican American who has been in Thailand for two years and Carmen from Uppington in the northern Cape. John ...

What? A lot of Wats!

A travel blog entry by sarahdoug96 on Mar 16, 2014

47 photos

... the pool before we got a tuk-tuk down to the river that surrounds the "island". Here, we boarded a longboat that took us round the river to see the temples and ruins. Ayutthaya was formerly the capital before the Burmese ransacked it in the 14-15th Centuries. The river passed through villages and houses along the bank (on stilts) and at several temples. Our first stop was at Wat Panan Choeng, which was an old temple that housed Thailands largest ...

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 ...