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A trolley does the walking for you!

You still have to walk but not all the way. This is worth visiting and the shopping and food at the... read more

Reviewed 9 February 2018
Notreallypleased1
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Irrigon, Oregon
Very interesting place to visit

From afar I was able to see this nice white temple. Upon arrival it looks even more beautiful. I... read more

Reviewed 3 December 2017
Aaron J
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

I must say this is one of the best-kept temple(pagodas) here in Ayutthaya. About 90 steps to climb to reach the top, the view from the top is spectacular. There are some more ruins nearby to give a contrast to the architecture. Since its renovated,...More

Thank Rajesh K
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

4 Wat Phu Khao Thong One of the 8 WATS on my LIST (See Ayutthaya Historical Park review) PLEASANT SURPRISE! AMAZING WHITE-SPLASHED STUPA! Chedi superstructure like a “THAI PYRAMID” Usual dresscode for temples (Cover knees and shoulders) LOCATION Considered the furtherest WAT from town, adjunct...More

Thank Kay L
Reviewed 19 February 2018

Some Wats in the historical ruins may look alike but do visit this famous stupa called Golden Mount. It's a tall (watch out for the fragile ruined steps!) structure built on vast planes and interesting to go up there...

Thank tan32016
Reviewed 9 February 2018

You still have to walk but not all the way. This is worth visiting and the shopping and food at the end is great.

Thank Notreallypleased1
Reviewed 31 December 2017

A little out of the way. Looks great from afar, but you can't climb up the chedi as of Dec 2017. Not sure if this is permanent or temporary. It also seems to have been restored recently (it looks much, much whiter than it does...More

Thank yeethan
Reviewed 3 December 2017

From afar I was able to see this nice white temple. Upon arrival it looks even more beautiful. I actually searched this online and saw that it looked less appealing compared to it's current appearance. There isn't much here but it is a nice place...More

Thank Aaron J
Reviewed 27 October 2017

It's a bit out of the way compared to other Ayutthaya sites, which is also good as there are usually minimal tourist around. It was part of our Ayutthaya tour stop, and when we were there, there were no other groups around. It is currently...More

Thank springandwinter
Reviewed 5 September 2017

first time to ayutthaya. took a group tour. it was about a 2h drive from Bangkok to Ayutthaya. beautiful and impressive place!

Thank megan2341
Reviewed 27 July 2017

Not much to see here, and even then there was reconstruction efforts going on when I visited (June 2017). If this is part of a guided tour, might as well make a stop. Otherwise, this place is skippable. Move on to the major sites.

Thank Matthew B
Reviewed 1 June 2017 via mobile

It was good visit which has given me a feel of real historic more over a classic touch of traditions

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Angela M
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All wats may have active monks at any time. Pants or very long shorts that cover the knees, and shirts and tops that cover the shoulders and midriff are appropriately respectful of the culture and local practices.
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Response from desi d | Reviewed this property |
There was no entry fee when I visited. I would recommend you bring your parents and even if they are not up to the climb of the steps there is a very nice temple which was being renovated when I was there, extremely... More
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