After you visit Wat Mongkol Borpit, you can walk direct into the famous historical temple of Ayuttaya. The ruines is beautiful and large site. You will need a bit of exersice.
The three towers are an amazing sight. The entire complex itself is rather large and you need a good 30-45 min to explore it fully. The area in front of the chedis can get crowded with people lining up to take photos. But you will find plenty of photo-ops if you walk around a bit.
It is the famous temple and so many tourists come to visit this place that remains of three kings it runs the three towers in the site of the royal palace. The building around is painful though destroyed in the invasion of the Burmese army. It is the history.
This temple is well stored and built on the sight of old royal palaces. Some parts of ruins are stored back and the 3 pagodas are brathtaking for everyone... showing the power of the old kings..
We arrived early from Bangkok by taxi, took us 1 hr 10 mins to reach here. This temple is right next to Phra Mongkhon Bophit and it's one of the main attraction in Ayutthaya. I can only said that the 3 chedi is just amazing. Paid 50 baht for the entrance fee, but it was small gesture to restore and... More
Tip: come early to avoid troves of tourist buses. We had to come here since it is the main attraction in Ayuthaya. I recommend you to start at the tourist office then make your way north to Wihan Phra Mongkhon Bophit and then Phra Sri Samphet including the royal palace. This temple is in complete ruins but 3 main towers... More
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