Audia On The River Hotel

Address: 11-12 Moo 4 U-thong Rd., Pratuchai, Ayutthaya, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 11-12 Moo 4 U-thong Rd., Pratuchai, Ayutthaya, is near Ayuthaya Historical Park, Temple of the Reclining Buddha (Wat Lokayasutharam), Ayutthaya Elephant Camp, and Chao Praya River.
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Travel Blogs from Ayutthaya

Bangkok to Ayutthaya

A travel blog entry by helenandadam on Feb 26, 2015

26/2/15 We arrived in Bangkok at 2am and went straight to a hostel, slept for 5 hours then joined the Stray bus group and got straight on the bus!! Met Kirsty and Bennett on the bus, instance bromance!! First stop was Ayutthaya which was the original capital of Bangkok, and went to a world heritage site with temples and the 'Face in the Tree'. After lunch we went on a river boat and met ...

Bangkok to Ayutthaya

A travel blog entry by chrispetitclerc on Feb 01, 2015

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... But when he tried to talk me into hiring him for a tour we forgot about paying. So it ended up being free and I never saw him again. I felt bad. ;) I stayed at the Thongchai guest house. It cost 360 baht ($12) a night for a private room. It was good enough for me. It had a comfortable bed, ensuite and tv. The best part (pros) was it was located 150m from the ruins in the center of the ancient city. It was clean, the staff were friendly, had ...

Bicycle Built for Two

A travel blog entry by naomi.spencer on Jan 26, 2015

... also added to the feeling of a powerful kingdom long lost and disintegrated. One of my favorite attractions was the Buddha head wrapped by tree vines at Wat Phra Mahathat. There we took cheesy photo opportunities, thereafter called cheesetunities. The guide said that nobody knows how the Buddha head ended up in the tree, but some say it was abandoned by thieves that tried to steal it because it was too heavy and the tree grew around it. ...

In search of the elusive ferry

A travel blog entry by wattsy on Dec 29, 2014

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... and down the road that it was supposed to be on a few times without finding it. We unsuccessfully asked someone if they knew where it was, before giving up and finding somewhere else on the riverfront to eat. It was quite nice eating by the riverfront, watching the boats shuttle back and forth, the lotus plants floating downstream, and all the lights from the houses lining the river. Once again mosquitoes got the better of us though and we retreated to the safety of the ...

Ayutthaya.... Ajuuuh - thaya

A travel blog entry by samantha.blonk on Dec 13, 2014

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... the Temples has been destroyed (like the whole city did) in 1767 by the Birmese army. Kalen and I are already getting enthusiastic by the side of it and want to get out of the bus to explore. Unfortunately this enthusiastic feeling disappears quickly when we have a walk trough the city later that afternoon. But first we were looking for a hostel well, the minivan stops at a street where they all stop the Si Sanphet Road. We find the Chantana Guesthouse that is okay for the first nights. ...

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