The Lima Place Hotel

139 Moo 2 Bankao, Ayutthaya, 13000, Thailand | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 139 Moo 2 Bankao, 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

    What Wat?? Exploring Ayutthaya.

    A travel blog entry by souter on Jul 10, 2014

    34 photos

    ... by steep stairs to enjoy the view. Next we visited Pra Mongkhon Bophit where the largest solid bronze image of Buddha in Thailand is situated. There are many occasions where you can rub gold leaf on to the images of Buddha. Next to this is Wat Phra Si Sanphet which was the Royal Palace with three chedis. As we exited we saw an elephant taking some toursts for a ride. To finish our tour ...

    Ayutthaya, Thailand

    A travel blog entry by beccie_andy on Jun 15, 2014

    12 photos

    We had heard that rather than heading straight from Bangkok to Chiang Mai, a more interesting route was to go via the 3 Ancient Capitals - Ayutthaya, Lopburi and Sukothai.

    We caught the train to Ayutthaya, only 40p for a third class ticket for the 2 hour journey. It was an interesting journey through the countryside, made even more interesting by the guy in our carriage who spent the entire journey ...

    A bit of history and culture

    A travel blog entry by edandkate on May 02, 2014

    4 comments, 9 photos

    ... the town. It used to be the Thai capital until 1765 when they decided Bangkok would be a better option. We hired some bikes at the hotel and did a route around a museum and few different temples, with a stop for lunch and drinks. The temples are pretty dilapidated in parts, but you still get an idea of the grandeur of the old town. In its heyday more than 1m people lived here, and it was one of the most ...

    What? A lot of Wats!

    A travel blog entry by sarahdoug96 on Mar 16, 2014

    47 photos

    ... once very large. All the temples were made up of sandstone as it was bountiful in the surrounding area. There were a few Stupas that had crumbled and one or two that were still standing but on an obvious lean. There was also a central tower that we climbed up some steep steps to reach. We then got a good view of the River and half of the island. After we watched the sunset we got back no the longboat and headed through one of the canals to get back to the market ...

    Mystic Ayutthaya

    A travel blog entry by roaming_edwards on Feb 11, 2014

    9 photos

    ... to him- he is going through the 'mine' stage, his mother is pregnant and finding it hard work. Millie let him play with all they toys we had bought to the pool, and I went looking for some more floats that the staff keep hidden for the well behaved kids! It was nice having another family here. There is the young (maybe 19 years) French couple, a middle aged French couple, the, now, 2 families, and a pair of American men. All have been friendly to our kids and haven't ...