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We didn't visit the temple itself, as we had seen quite a lot already and 'done' with paying the ticket for the temple at the ticket offices with people who don't really seem to appreciate that. Nonetheless, we still took a picture when we pasted...More
If you love ruins, this is the place to go.
As all of Thai’s temples, there’s Buddha everywhere and Ayutthaya is not different. There’s a lot of interesting and bloody history associated with the ruins and it’s worth to take a guide that knows all...More
It was built in 1369 on the cremation site of king Ramathibodi by his son. The prang is beautiful! It is very tall and it is decorated nagas, garudas, and walking Buddhas. The wat has a nice reflection on the pond. It is very well...More
The added attraction via an elephant ride was an experience. It ended up fun & not tiring. The remnants of ancient pagodas abound in this place. Rich in culture, history and architecture. Influences from neighboring Asian countries were very evident in the remainig structures of...More
Dont book tour from online just go to railway station of hua lamphong exit 2 , buy ticket class C 20bhat going there is only 1 hour and 21 minutes . Its not hot trust me because the window and door is open.
Wat Phra Ram is a the temple compound houses a large prang and many chedis, it is quite peaceful and easy to walk.
This wat is close to the center and therefore easy to reach by bike and it is perfect where taking some pics.