Here are the top 57 tourist attractions to see in Ayutthaya:

1. Ayutthaya Historical Park

4.5 /5

4 km
from city center
1 out of 57
places to visit in Ayutthaya

The UNESCO World Heritage site of Ayutthaya Historical Park is located on the ruins of the ancient capital of Ayutthaya. Though it was destroyed partially by a Burmese invasion, it still hold many wonders and has examples of pristine architechture. The history and culture of 35 kings who ruled from here can be felt by those who visit the historical park.

2. Wat Mahathat

4.3 /5

3 km
from city center
2 out of 57
places to visit in Ayutthaya

Wat Mahathat, also known as the temple of the great relics, is the place where Buddha relics were enshrined. The Supreme Patriarch, or the Holy Father sat here and commanded his disciples. The temple is said to have nearly identical structures to those in the Ankgor temple complex in Cambodia.

3. Wat Phra Si Sanphet

4.5 /5

3 km
from city center
3 out of 57
places to visit in Ayutthaya

Wat Phra Si Sanphet is a significant historical temple. Considered to be the most important temple for the ancient royal family, Wat Phra Si Sanphet boasts of sculptures brought back from the famed Ankgor Wat in Cambodia.

4. Wat Chaiwatthanaram

4.5 /5

6 km
from city center
4 out of 57
places to visit in Ayutthaya

Wat Chaiwatthanaram, located in Ayutthaya, Thailand is a renowned Buddhist Temple constructed according to the Khmer style. It was predominately a royal temple where the king, along with the rest of the royal family, worshipped in private. The holy shrine is situated bang opposite the South Western end of the highly popular Ayutthaya Historical Park. Tourists enjoying a boat trip on the Chao Phraya river can view the impressive Wat Chaiwatthanaram from afar as well. It is a common halting point for the tourist boats and dinner cruise vessels with the visitors enjoying the spectacular sight of the tall temple that is lit up at night. It also serves as a vantage sunset point with the tour guides making sure to provide their customers with a magnificent natural show amidst the river.

5. Bang Pa-in Palace

3.8 /5

15 km
from city center
5 out of 57
places to visit in Ayutthaya

The former residence of Thai Kings, Bang Pa-In Palace was built way back in 1632.

6. Chao Sam Phraya National Museum

4.2 /5

3 km
from city center
6 out of 57
places to visit in Ayutthaya

The Chao Sam Phraya National Museum exhibits various artefacts and historic Buddha images that were discovered in ancient times. The museum features an impressive array of valuables, with two rooms even dedicated to gold artefacts.

7. Wat Yai Chai Mongkhon

4.3 /5

3 km
from city center
7 out of 57
places to visit in Ayutthaya

Wat Yai Chai Mongkhon also referred to as the Mongkhon, is one of the primary temples found within the Ayutthaya Island. This particular temple is found to be located to the Southeast of the island and has been restored many times since its construction during the 14th century. Evidence of a vast moat surrounding the temple indicates it as one of the chief places of worship in the region. Although found to be ruined partially, Wat Yai Chai Mongkhon is functioning to date with several monks being housed within the building. It is possible to view the Thai style quarters of the monks within its premises today as well. The local populace also makes sure to worship at the temple regularly making it extremely crowded on weekends. The numerous chedis or monuments bear witness to its historical origins.

8. Wat Ratchaburana

4.2 /5

2 km
from city center
8 out of 57
places to visit in Ayutthaya

Wat Ratchaburana is one of the most important monasteries of tourist interest in the island of Ayutthaya. Known as the “temple of royal restoration,” the beautiful architecture of the 14th-century sanctuary laid in ruins until the Department of Fine Arts, Thailand undertook the extensive restoration of the site. Situated in proximity of Wat Mahathat as well as the Royal Palace, this temple is thought to be the most ancient monastery in the province of Ayutthaya. Wat Ratchaburana has evoked a lot of interest lately and is regarded to be a highly popular temple within the historical island at present. Visitors are permitted to climb about half way up the prang and onto the praying area. The chambers below the ruins were found to hold enormous treasures with the walls being decorated elaborately with beautiful murals.

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9. Wat Phanan Choeng

4.3 /5

3 km
from city center
9 out of 57
places to visit in Ayutthaya

Wat Phanan Choeng is one of the spectacular Buddhist temples found within the Historical Park of Ayutthaya. It differs from the other temples in the vicinity by being a living monastery that still follows the doctrine of Buddhist faith with people worshipping the statue of the sitting Buddha. Believed to have been constructed in the latter half of the 14th century, the ruins reveal an opulence and deep spirituality. Wat Phanan Choeng is most known for an enormous gilded statue of Lord Buddha in the traditional Mara or sitting posture. Legend has it that the statue shed tears during the rampage by the Burmese army in 1767 just before the temple was ransacked and looted of its possessions. The most scenic view of the temple is apparent from a riverboat on the Pa Sak River flowing along the region. The ancient temple also includes a pier for boats making it convenient to reach it by water.

10. Wihan Phra Mongkhon Bophit

4.1 /5

4 km
from city center
10 out of 57
places to visit in Ayutthaya

Nestled in the historical park of Ayutthaya close to the Grand Palace, Wihan Phra Mongkhon Bophit is a temple compound that magnetizes hordes of visitors with a compelling historical statue. It is famous for encompassing one of the biggest Buddha statues in Thailand and the oldest Buddha statue in Ayutthaya city - a 17-metre tall bronze gilded statue, said to be carved by the King Chairachathirat himself, after the death of his son. Legend has it that once the statue was moved from its original location to its current place, a bolt of lightning struck it and its head once fell off.

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11. Portuguese Settlement, Ayutthaya

3.5 /5

4 km
from city center
11 out of 57
places to visit in Ayutthaya

The Portuguese Settlement, also called Campos Portugues, in Ayutthaya was once home to thousands of Portuguese natives. Located just a few hours outside Bangkok, it is now fairly isolated but well-maintained by the government. You’ll get a glimpse of the Portuguese role in Ayutthaya’s weaponry, skills, and trading history through displays and pictures. There’s also a church that still stands. As there isn’t much else to do here, the Portuguese settlement will primarily appeal to history buffs eager to learn more or travellers with Portuguese roots.

12. Ayutthaya Floating Market

3.6 /5

1 km
from city center
12 out of 57
places to visit in Ayutthaya

The Ayutthaya Floating Market is one of the few destinations that is not centred around tourism. In fact, a lot of Thai locals themselves frequent the place, and not just for shopping. The activities and vibrancy of the market are what makes it unique, feeling more like a fair than your typical floating market. Covering a sprawling stretch of 70 acres, the Ayutthaya Floating market is a lot beyond being a mere source of entertainment and shopping. There are around 50 boats and 200 shops in the market. It preserves the scenic beauty, culture and heritage of the place, serving as a fun yet extremely informative place. One can feed the fish with a bottle, water buffaloes with some grass and genuinely lose themselves in the hubbub of daily life.

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13. Wat Na Phra Men

4.2 /5

3 km
from city center
13 out of 57
places to visit in Ayutthaya

Built in the early phase of the Ayutthaya period, Wat Na Phra Men is also famously called the Monastery In Front Of the Funeral Pyre. A stunning place for worship with an extremely important history attached to it, it has one of the few unique images and statues of Buddha, which is a huge crowd puller. The temple is still active and conducts ceremonies as and when required. The architecture of this cultural heritage is no less an aspect of wonder, one that reflects the period it was built in. Wat Na Phra Men was registered as a National Historic Site in 1935.

14. Elephant Stay

4.0 /5

2 km
from city center
14 out of 57
places to visit in Ayutthaya

A retirement home for elephants, the Elephant Stay engages everyone there in ensuring the old elephants get the best possible care and comfort. It is operated under an NGO which is trying to get a safe and happy home for the non-working ageing population of Thailand's elephants. One has the opportunity to ride, feed, bathe and water their own elephants. All the income collected here goes towards the welfare of the big guys.

15. Saint Joseph Catholic Church, Ayutthaya

3.8 /5

5 km
from city center
15 out of 57
places to visit in Ayutthaya

Amidst a sprawling garden along the banks of Chao Phraya, lies the grand and bright yellow building of Saint Joseph Catholic Church. There is a Catholic school right next to the church, which is why it's always bustling with noise and energy. The St Joseph Church is considered to be one of the oldest churches in Thailand. It was built on request by the Vietnamese missionaries who were headed by French bishop Lambert De La Motte. Since the church is within the premises of a school, it mostly remains closed. However, the main building opens for the mass on Saturdays and Sundays, during particular timings.

16. Million Toy Museum

3.9 /5

4 km
from city center
16 out of 57
places to visit in Ayutthaya

The Million Toy Museum, located on Uthong Road near Wat Banomyong in the Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya district, is a unique museum housing a collection of toys, both modern and antique, in a two-storey colourful building. This beautiful place of amusement has been designed into sections like the past and the present. Few best of exhibits at this museum are life-size statues of Ultraman, Superman, Atom-Boy, And Yoda from Star Wars. The Million Toy Museum has a souvenir shop inside for tourists to buy mementoes of the museum from. There is also a coffee shop which is very cosy and a lovely restaurant right outside the museum along with a beautiful garden around it.

17. Baan Hollanda

4.0 /5

3 km
from city center
17 out of 57
places to visit in Ayutthaya

Located along the Chao Phraya river close to the Tambon Suan Phlu shipyard in Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya Province in Thailand, Baan Hollanda or the Dutch Quarters is a significant site among the great ruins of the ancient capital of Ayutthaya. Renamed as the Baan Hollanda Museum in 2013, the Dutch compound is a museum that showcases antiques and small information boards reciting the history when the Dutch made a former trade relationship with the Siam society in the 18th and 17th century.

18. Wat Lokayasutharam

4.2 /5

4 km
from city center
18 out of 57
places to visit in Ayutthaya

Located near the old Royal Palace and Wat Phra Si Sanphet in Ayutthaya, Wat Lokayasutharam is the site of the largest reclining Buddha statue in Ayutthaya. It is 8 metres tall, 37 metres across and built entirely out of brick giving the temple the epithet of the "Temple of the Reclining Buddha". The statue is placed among several ruins which gives it a touch of extra beauty as the only complete structure in the whole area.

19. Wat Suwandararam

3.8 /5

3 km
from city center
19 out of 57
places to visit in Ayutthaya

Wat Suwandararam, the 'Temple of the Golden Star', is one of the surviving ancient temples in the UNESCO recognized World Heritage Site, Ayutthaya. Famed for its exquisite mural paintings, magnificent architecture and grandeur, the temple has served as an important symbol of legitimacy for the rulers of the Chakri dynasty. It continues to be revered by generations of Thai nationals, civilians and royals alike.

20. Japanese Village, Ayutthaya

4.0 /5

4 km
from city center
20 out of 57
places to visit in Ayutthaya

Part of a Japanese compound in the past, the Japanese Village or “Baan Yippon” is an exhibition of videos and artefacts, displaying the lifestyle and history of Japanese emigrants in Ayutthaya. The village is a lens into the dynamic and rich history of Ayutthaya's migrants. It is a haven for history buffs and photographers alike. Now, an everlasting symbol of the 130 (and more) years of diplomatic friendship between the nations of Japan and Thailand, the Japanese Village is a must inclusion in every Ayutthaya travel itinerary.

21. Wat Phu Khao Thong

4.0 /5

5 km
from city center
21 out of 57
places to visit in Ayutthaya

A one-of-a-kind temple, the Wat Phu Khao Thong or 'Monastery of the Golden Mount' located in Ayutthaya is unique for the diversity it offers to its viewers! Take the stairs to the top, and bask in the environs of the temple, with views of surrounding mosques, paddy fields, kampongs and the dynamic diasporic diversity that Ayutthaya has to offer. The temple is attached to a small monastery. Therefore, one can partake in and see the monks going about their daily business.

22. Wat Thammikarat

4.0 /5

3 km
from city center
22 out of 57
places to visit in Ayutthaya

A versatile and unique temple complex, the Wat Thammikarat in Ayutthaya is certainly a maze runner waiting to be discovered and explored. It is an active monastery, so one can also experience the working of the traditional monastic order and Thai rituals and traditions. The reclining Buddha image at the temple has been revered and worshipped by generations of Thai people. The holy bathwater is believed to have previously cured several people of illnesses and ill luck.

23. Wat Phutthaisawan

4.2 /5

5 km
from city center
23 out of 57
places to visit in Ayutthaya

Wat Phutthaisawan is one of the most magnificent temples in Ayutthaya, located on the west bank of Chao Phraya River, opposite Koh Mueang. It was a monastery built to commemorate the founding of the first capital city of Ayutthaya and was sanctioned by the first king of the Ayutthaya kingdom, King Somdet Phra Ramathibodhi I. As per his orders, it was built on the location where his ministers and he used to stay before the city was established.

24. Ayutthaya Ferry Boat

3.7 /5

3 km
from city center
24 out of 57
places to visit in Ayutthaya

The Ayutthaya Ferry Boat connects the old city to the main railway station. It runs every few minutes and the boatmen always slow down for you whenever a passenger raises their camera. It's a great way to experience life on the Chao Praya river. The ferry boat in Ayutthaya covers the distance between the railway station and the chaw-prom market.

25. Thai Boat Museum

3.8 /5

2 km
from city center
25 out of 57
places to visit in Ayutthaya

The Thai Boat Musuem is a private establishment owned by a Mr. Ajarn Paitoon Khawmala. Mr Khawmala felt a spiritual bond with Thai-styled boats and as a teacher in the Shipbuilding Technical School, decided to share his love for boatbuilding with the world.

26. Chandrakasem National Museum

3.7 /5

1 km
from city center
26 out of 57
places to visit in Ayutthaya

The Chantharakasem National Museum is housed within the former royal palace of King Naresuan the Great, the most renowned of the Ayutthaya kings. It features the personal effects of King Mongkut, who rebuilt the palace after a Burmese invasion had destroyed parts of it. The pavilion is made up of the King's private chambers and the Throne Hall.

27. Wat Maheyong

1 km
from city center
27 out of 57
places to visit in Ayutthaya

Wat Maheyong is a Buddhist monastery located just outside and on the Eastern end of the ancient city of Ayutthaya. The monastery lies in ruins although it had been restored several times in history. Believed to have been constructed as a meditation center in the 15th century, the red brick walls remain visible from afar. It has been declared as a national historical site by the “Fine Arts Department” of Thailand with the Buddhist monks being encouraged to preside over religious ceremonies held at the ordination hall (ubosot) during auspicious periods.

28. Chedi Phra Sri Suriyothai

3.1 /5

0 km
from city center
28 out of 57
places to visit in Ayutthaya

The bell shaped Chedi Phra Sri Suriyothai is said to contain the ashes of the late Queen Suriyothai. Though the public is not allowed access inside, one can admire the gold gilded spire from outside. It was built on the mouth of an old canal which has since been filled and converted to a road. Queen Suriyothai, to this day remains an icon of Thai culture for her famed bravery in battle.

29. Wat Phra Ram

4.2 /5

3 km
from city center
29 out of 57
places to visit in Ayutthaya

Wat Phra Ram is a ruin located close to the former grand palace, over a swamp. It is built at the same place that King Rathibodi I was cremated in 1369. The construction was sanctioned by his son, and is said to be the first temple constructed after his death. Though the treasuries of the monastery have long been looted, they once held large amounts of the King's own belongings and treasures.

30. Ayutthaya City Park

3.6 /5

5 km
from city center
30 out of 57
places to visit in Ayutthaya

The biggest shopping complex in northern Thailand, Ayutthaya City Park is a sprawling modern complex in the city of Ayutthaya. Its contemporary design sets it apart, and it stands in sharp contrast to the quaint old charm of the rest of the town. It’s a beautiful place to get away from the heat in the afternoons and spend a few hours shopping and relaxing. Its minimal modern design, open spaces and fountains give it a calm, beautiful vibe.

31. Ayutthaya Tourist Center

3.8 /5

3 km
from city center
31 out of 57
places to visit in Ayutthaya

If you are planning to explore Ayutthaya, this should be the first place to visit as you will find all the relevant details about the places in and around this town. The tourist information centre is on the ground floor where you can find free maps and staff who will help you plan your vacation. Upstairs there’s a museum displaying the history and recommended tourist attractions of Ayutthaya. A video showing the entire history will be displayed at the end of the hall. Outside this building are six statues of brave kings and the queen of the Ayutthaya kingdom.

32. King Naresuan Monument

3.8 /5

5 km
from city center
32 out of 57
places to visit in Ayutthaya

Situated towards nothern Ayutthaya, The King Naresuan Monument was constructed after being sanctioned by Her Majesty Queen Sirikit in memory of the bravery of King Naresuan. One of the most revered monarchs in Thai history of Thailand, King Naresuan, also known as 'Naresuan the Great' or 'Sanphet II' is said to have freed the Ayutthaya kingdom from Burmese control. Surrounded by lush green parks and a reservoir, the monument houses the King Naresuan museum as well.

33. Chedi Wat Sam Pluem

3.7 /5

2 km
from city center
33 out of 57
places to visit in Ayutthaya

Chedi Wat Sam Pluem is the bell shaped chedi that welcomes you into the old city of Ayutthaya. The rest of the adjoining monastery has been cleared away for the construction of roads, but back in the day it was part of an important canal system from where locals could go directly to a lot of other temple complexes.

34. Wat Kudi Dao

3.8 /5

1 km
from city center
34 out of 57
places to visit in Ayutthaya

Wat Kudi Dao, also known as “Wat Kudee Dao” or “Wat Kudidao”, is a restored ruin of a Buddhist monastery in Ayutthaya district. Dubbed the Monastery of the Star Dormitory, restoration work began in 1711 and was completed in 1715. The temple was the residence of an important priest called Phra Then Muni who advised Prince Borommkot, the leader who had overlooked the restoration work.

35. Wat Tha Ka Rong

3.9 /5

5 km
from city center
35 out of 57
places to visit in Ayutthaya

The ancient temple of Wat Tha Ka Rong is located on the banks of Chao Phraya River near the city of Ayutthaya. This quaint little temple was built in the middle Ayutthaya period by merging two existing temples named Wat Tha and Wat Ka Rong which were both built around 1549.

36. Wat Chang (Monastery of the Elephant)

3.8 /5

4 km
from city center
36 out of 57
places to visit in Ayutthaya

The semi-ruined temple is mainly famous for its biggest chedi, surrounded by a ring of elephant statues. That is why Wat Chang translates to "A Temple Surrounded by Elephants". It is said that a king had once discovered Buddha relics buried in the ground here, so he dug them up, paid homage to them, and buried them back right in. He then ordered the construction of a chedi over it which is the Wat Chang you see today.

37. Old Royal Palace

3.8 /5

3 km
from city center
37 out of 57
places to visit in Ayutthaya

Every king and prince of the Ayutthayan period has lived in the Old Royal Palace. The palace is divided into three main circular compounds each a subset of the other. The governement offices and royal courts were located in the premises of the central compound. It now houses the temple of Wat Phra Si Sanphet, and several marvellous examples of old Ayutthayan style architechture.

38. Queen Suriyothai Monument

3.5 /5

7 km
from city center
38 out of 57
places to visit in Ayutthaya

The Queen Suriyothai Monument is a dedication to the royal consort of King Maha Chakkraphat. According to the stories, she gave up her life to protect her husband. It features a large elephant with the Queen on it, surrounded by his guards. Situated in the middle of a lake approximately six kilometers north of Ayutthaya, this is a rather popular recreational site for locals.

39. Ayutthaya Historical Study Centre

3.5 /5

3 km
from city center
39 out of 57
places to visit in Ayutthaya

Set up in collaboration with the Japanese, the Ayuthaya Historical Study Centre was created to celebrate the 100 years of bilateral relations between Japan and Thailand, as well as their connection to each other through history. The study centre, focused on research, features museums which bring to life the old cultures and traditions of the Ayutthayan times, using modern techniques to present them in an easy and understandable way.

40. Ayutthaya National Art Museum

3.4 /5

4 km
from city center
40 out of 57
places to visit in Ayutthaya

The Ayutthaya National Art Museum has a small but lively art and historical exhibit, with students from the nearby university acting as local English guides. The artwork is not just set in the historical context but has a significant touch of modern art as well resulting in a culmination of the old and new right under one roof. One can take away some exquisite free postcards given away there.

41. Pom Phet Fortress

3.4 /5

3 km
from city center
41 out of 57
places to visit in Ayutthaya

Pom Phet Fortress is one of the only two remaining fortresses (out of 16) along the city walls. This fortress was never breached in war time, serving the important purpose of inspecting all foreign trade ships entering the kingdom. It now serves as a public park.

42. Krungsri Market

3.3 /5

4 km
from city center
42 out of 57
places to visit in Ayutthaya

The Krungsri Market is one of the most popular weekend night markets in Thailand. People often come here to enjoy a cheerful ambience, lounging by long bamboo tables next to a little L-shaped pond called Bueng Phraram and sampling the local cuisine. They also enjoy shopping for little souvegnirs and watching some local shows, including martial arts.

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Day 1
Wat Worahettharm
Visit the Wat Worahettharam; a historic Buddha ruin seated in front of a bell-shaped chedi.
Wat Lokhaya Sutha
At a walkable distance is Wat Lokhaya Sutha; visit this 37-metre long and 8-meter high reclining buddha statue.
Wat Phra Mahathat
Trek down to Wat Phra Mahathat, yet another ancient site, where, you would come across the face of the Buddha through a Banyan tree's opening.

Wat Phra Si Sanphet
On the way for lunch at the local market, drop by Wat Phra Si Sanphet, the most significant Ayutthaya temple housing some of the most appealing chedis.
Wat Mongkhon Bophit
Visit the Wat Mongkhon Bophit after lunch. Situated in the vicinity of Wat Phra Su Sanphet, Mongkon Bophit hosts a large image of the Buddha within the temple.
Bang Pa-In Royal Palace
End the day with a quick visit to the Summer Palace; Bang Pa-In Royal Palace. You could relax on the premises of the palace after a long day's heritage tour.

Day 2
Wat Phukhao Thong
Set out early on a trek uphill to Wat Phukhao Thong, which is at a distance from the previous Wats.
Wat Yai Chai Mongkhon
Next, drop by one of the most important Thai temples, Wat Yai Chai Mongkhon. The bell-structured chedi is one of the highlights of the Wat Yai Chai Mongkhon, along with its fulfilling view of the temple complex.
Wat Chaiwatthanaram
Another significant Ayutthaya landmarks, the Wat Chaiwatthanaram awaits you next on your list.

Wat Ratchaburana
After lunch, visit Wat Ratchaburana, also known as "The Temple of Royal Restoration". You would have to pay an entry fee of THB 50 at this temple.
Wat Suwan Dararam
Visit the Wat Suwan Dararam to witness some of the most exquisite artistic marvels, as it is famous for its mural paintings.
Foreign Quarters
Drop by Foreign Quarters, which is a European styled region housing some of the French and Portugal churches and other structures established during Ayutthaya's colonised era.
Chao Sam Phraya National Museum/Sunset Boat Tour
You could either choose to visit the Chao Sam Phraya National Museum or rush to the Ayutthaya Sunset Boat Tour and seal your perfect Ayutthaya Tour.

How can I commute within Ayutthaya?

Once you arrive in Ayutthaya, you will have to choose the ideal mode of transportation for you, depending on your budget and time. Ayutthaya is a small city and walking around to explore it is a good idea. However, if you are here just for a day trip, then time can be a constraint. In that case, another popular option is renting a bicycle which ranges from THB 40 - 60. Certain primary locations in the city have tuk-tuk stands, but they often overcharge, and you need to bargain to get a fair price.

By Bicycle: You can choose to cover distances by cycling through the streets of Ayutthaya. Cycles can be rented all over town, ranging from THB 40 to 100. The Soi 2, where some restaurants and hotels can be found, has several bicycle rental shops. Not all shops will provide locks. Make sure to carry ID to use as a deposit for the cycles.

By Tuk-Tuk: You can also choose to travel by these motorised three-wheeled vehicles. The tuk-tuks in Ayutthaya can fit up to 6 passengers at a time. They can be flagged from the train station, the street or outside many tourist attractions. They usually cost approximately THB 200-300 per hour.

By Motorbike: This is an extremely convenient way to travel around the city. Make sure you are aware and comfortable with traffic rules in Thailand beforehand. You can rent bikes all over town, such as near the railway station and at Soi Thor Kor Sor (near Chao Prom Market). Renting a bike costs approximately THB 300 to 400 a day.

Other than those above most common modes of transportation, you can also opt for other means such as the cyclo, songteow, ferry or minibus. The 'cyclo' (a vehicle made to fit two passengers) and 'songteow' (a vehicle adapted from a truck and used as a share taxi) can be flagged from streets. Minibuses can be hired for approximately THB 400-500 per day from the railway station.

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What are the top sightseeing places in Ayutthaya?

The top sightseeing places in Ayutthaya are Ayutthaya Historical Park, Wat Mahathat, Wat Phra Si Sanphet, Wat Chaiwatthanaram, Bang Pa-in Palace, Chao Sam Phraya National Museum.

What are the top shopping places in Ayutthaya?

The top shopping places in Ayutthaya are Klong Sra Bua Weekend Floating Market, Ayutthaya City Park, Krungsri Market.
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