Ayutthaya: Revisited

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Been to Bangkok, should try to visit Ayutthaya – an important historical place in Thailand. Ayutthaya, phonetically Ayodhya, is like Lumbini, the birthplace of Lord Budhha in Nepal.

I recently visited Ayutthaya (last early september), also called Ayudhya, for the holy grail of living. Here are some photographs from Ayutthaya shot by me and my group. Sadly, this place was hit worst by the recent Thai floods, and I don’t know how it looks like now.

You must read this article 10 Most Favourite Tourist Destinations in Thailand if you plan to visit Thailand this Winter (Winter in your country, since Thailand have no any winter season).

Historical Temples in Ayuthaya, most of them are ancient, mostly broken, statues of Buddha, and were saffron colored robes
Historical Temples in Ayuthaya, most of them are ancient, mostly broken, statues of Buddha, and were saffron colored robes

 

Wat Yai Chai Mongkol (วัดใหญ่ชัยมงคล) - the famous destination in Ayuthaya
Wat Yai Chai Mongkol (วัดใหญ่ชัยมงคล) - the famous destination in Ayuthaya

 

Ganesha - alongside Budhha as seen in an Ayuthaya Historic Park
Ganesha - alongside Budhha as seen in an Ayuthaya Historic Park

 

Yet another floating Market in Ayuthaya named: Sam Phan Hua Hin Floating Market, I have heard and visited atleast three floating markets in Thailand as of now - Amphawa floating market, Ayuthaya floating market and Noodle floating market
Yet another floating Market in Ayuthaya named: Sam Phan Hua Hin Floating Market, I have heard and visited atleast three floating markets in Thailand as of now - Amphawa floating market, Ayuthaya floating market and Noodle floating market
Ancient City of Ayutthaya. Once used to be the Kingdom of Thailand, after the Burmese attack palaces turned down back to 14th century. Most of the Buddha temples are now rennovated and build using bricks laid one after another.
Ancient City of Ayutthaya. Once used to be the Kingdom of Thailand, after the Burmese attack palaces turned down back to 14th century. Most of the Buddha temples are now rennovated and build using bricks laid one after another.

 All these photographs are copyrights. You can contact me for high resolution versions of each photograph of Ayuthaya.
Photographed using: Sony Cybershot DSC-S950, Canon Cameras

 

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