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What to do in Ayutthaya

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What to do in Ayutthaya, the main attractions:

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How to go to Ayutthaya

You can catch a bus every 20 minutes at the Moh Chit terminal in Bangkok. If you travel first class you will have air conditioning and the journey will take at least an hour and a half, according to the traffic. It costs approximately 55 Bath.

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That was our choice. The cheapest and the best to enjoy the landscape, accompanied by the dubious lunch that they served us. You can take the train from Hualamphong Station in Bangkok. The journey will take between an hour and a half and two and a half hours, according to the train. In second class, tickets cost between 250 and 350 bath and, in third class, between 15 and 20 bath.

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Where to stay in Ayutthaya

Our suggestion is the area of Naresuan Road, close to Historical Park. There you will find several options in a relatively quiet area, with low budget options and close to some points of interest. If you plan what to do in Ayutthaya before booking a hotel you will easily understand why Naresuan Road is a good option, even more if you are short in time.

This street is popular amongst backpackers and it is also know as the “farang” street.

 In the surroundings you’ll also find some places to go shopping, as the Chao Phrom Market  and some outlets.

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