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5 Things to do and don’t do while travelling to Ayutthaya

//5 Things to do and go//

#1 Visit Ayutthaya Historical Park and Temples

Wat Yai Chai Mongkhon

Highlights: The pagodas at Wat Yai Chai Mongkhon, Rows of Buddha Images and Reclining Buddha Image

Wat Yai Chai Mongkon – tumblr

Wat Chaiwatthanaram

Highlights: Prangs at Wat Chaiwatthanaram and Buddha Images

Wat Chaiwatthanaram – Korkan

Wat Phra Si Sanphet

Highlight: The three pagodas

Wat Phra Si Sanphet – Korkan

Wat Mahathat

Highlights: Pagodas and prangs, Buddha Head in Tree Roots and Buddha Images

Wat Mahathat

Wat Ratchaburana

Highlight: The Viharn at Wat Ratchaburana

Wat Ratchaburana – Korkan

Wat Phanan Choeng

Highlight: Phra Buddha Chao Phanan Choeng

Wat Phanan Choeng – Maya

#2 Visit Ayutthaya Market Places

Ayothaya Floating Market

Highlights:  Boat tour around the market and local foods

Ayothaya Floating Market

Thung Bua Chom Floating Market

Highlights: Many kinds of food, souvenirs and shows

Thung Bua Chom Floating Market – Alisa

Gong Khong Market

Highlights: Local foods and products

Talard Kongkhong – Cr. Facebook/ตลาดโก้งโค้ง

#3 Explore Foods

Highlights: River Prawns, Ayutthaya Boat Noodles, Thai Duck Noodle Soup, Fusion Food and so on

River Prawns – tumblr
Ayutthaya Boat Noodles – Pracha
Thai Duck Noodle Soup – Pracha

#4 Enjoy Elephant Shows

Highlights: Elephant Shows; dancing, drawing and so on

Ayutthaya Elephant Camp – Korkan

 #5 River Boat Trip

Highlight:  The beautiful view around Ayutthaya Historical Park

River Boat Trip – Anan

5 Don’ts in Ayutthaya 

Things the visitors should realize wherever they visit among sacred places not only in Thailand is coming with their respects, but all of the places of the world. Ayutthaya Historical Park, which a part of it was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1991, should be aware of what they should be behaving.

Since the city is full of temples and ruins with a long history, it’s a must for visitors to know how to behave. Check these out.

#1 Wear unsuitable clothes while visiting temples

To show your respects, please check what you can wear before your visit.


#2 Enter restricted areas


#3 Throw garbage in public places

Be careful of your food and drinks with covered plastic.


#4 Use loud noise in historic areas


#5 Take some items; rocks, soil and other things from temples or historic areas.


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