Woraburi Ayothaya Convention Resort

89 Moo 11 Watkluay Road, Ayutthaya, 13000, Thailand | 3 star hotel
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Skies filled with dragonflys

A travel blog entry by saffronsix


Ayuthaya, a very ancient former capital of Thialand. World heritage site. Utterly magical. The old city ruins are breathtaking.. We arrived at the city by a taxi from Bangkok, a trip of 75miles for 20. Everybody squashed into one taxi with luggage on the laps of people sat on laps. When we arrived at the hotel we were taken under the wing of a …

Krap, Krap, Krap

A travel blog entry by mobbys_travels


... and a cab to go to our next hotel. Two nights before arriving we realised we hadnt booked a second night in Bangkok and did a last minute deal for the Chillax hotel. Catching a cab proved quite difficult as three consecutive drivers refused to put on the meter, wanting 100-150 baht for the journey. Finally one man agreed, with the journey showing as 61 baht, so the wait was worth the cost saved!

The hotel is lovely, and we enjoyed a dip in the rooftop ...

Ayutthya by tuk-tuk

A travel blog entry by cleotup

... to the west where it is currently enshrined and covered with a Mondop. During the second fall of Ayutthaya, the building and the image were badly destroyed by fire. The one currently seen is a reconstruction. The open area northeast of the Sanctuary (Wihan) was formerly Sanam Na Chakkrawat where the royal cremation ceremony took place ( this practice is now held at Sanam Luang, the Phra Men Ground of Bangkok ). A very busy place with robes being donated & prayers made. ...

The ruins of Ayuthaya

A travel blog entry by laurebondoux


Ayuthaya was the capital of Siam for 417 years, between 1350 and 1767. Its glorious reign ended when the invading Burmese army sacked the city, looting most of its treasures. Today the historical park is therefore mostly ruins of former temples and palaces, nevertheless these still give an idea of the former grandeur of the city.

We decided to split our exploration of the city in two phases. On the first day (after ...

Ayutthaya Antics: Exploring Ruins in the Rain

A travel blog entry by salsalman


... energy that is ever-present in these “Wats” (A “Wat is the Thai word for a temple). You get very much the same feeling about the ruins

Ryan has noticed that there is integration between the Indian and Chinese cultures here and I think he’s right.

As a group, we cycled through a traditional market. I do try to be as open minded as possible when in foreign countries (I even ate a scorpion leg in Bangkok!) but as ...

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This 3 star hotel, located on 89 Moo 11 Watkluay Road, Ayutthaya, is near Ayuthaya Historical Park, Ayutthaya Elephant Camp, Temple of the Reclining Buddha (Wat Lokayasutharam), and Chao Praya River.
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