Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya Province, the old capital of Thailand, was established in 1350 was captured by Myanmar in 1767. Zheng Xin later established a new country and moved the country to the west bank of Bangkok. Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya Province has since declined and become a ruins site. However, most of the temple sites were successfully preserved, and they were included in the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1991.
Shuttling through Ayutthaya, you can see Buddha statues or temple relics everywhere, beside the lush branches, the broken buddha hand is safely placed on the ground, making people have a sense of historical ruin and pain.
The temple buildings inside Ayutthaya have a large dilapidated area, and there are different dilapidated ruins, but the living conditions of the people here will make you feel that a city that is almost “dead” is still “alive” and you will feel strong spiritual power here.
Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya Province is 80 kilometers from Bangkok, and it is northwest of Bangkok. It is about an hour’s drive from Bangkok. It is recommended to travel by taking the Thai train. There are ancient ruins that are hidden in the green everywhere. There are broken walls, but you can still see the delicate carved patterns and exquisite Buddha statues.
There are many ways to play there after you get to Ayutthaya. You can rent a car or tutu, rent a bike or a motorcycle. The former can ask the driver to take you to various attractions, while the latter can allow you follow the map to find the attractions you want to go. Many tourists think that the best way to play in Ayutthaya is to rent a bicycle. The price of rending bicycles here is also very cheap. A mountain bike can also be rented for 100 Baht. You can ride a bicycle around every temple in Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya Province, which is the most pleasant thing.