World Heritage Site
Address: Ayutthaya Province Ayutthaya Thailand
Serving as Thailand's capital from 1350, Ayutthaya was sacked by the Burmese in 1767. During its heyday, the city was a hub for international commerce. Now many come here to explore Thai history as it is a UNESCO World Heritage site with magnificent ruins spread throughout the city area. The best way to experience Ayutthaya is probably by bicycle, but take a guidebook so you know what you are seeing. The city is easily accessible by train or bus from Bangkok.
Phone: +66 2 225 7612(Tourist Information) | Fax: +66 2 225 7615(Tourist Information)
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