Welcome to the photo tour of UNESCO listed Ayutthaya, the ancient kingdom of Siam in Thailand. These beautiful Ayutthaya photos feature some of the highlights from the historical park, which is also an easy day trip from the Thai capital of Bangkok.
You can read the full article about exploring the Ayutthaya temples.
Alternatively, if you’re staying in Bangkok and love temples, then you might also enjoy this.
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The Ayutthaya pictures in this album feature some of the highlights of my recent trip there including the famous Buddha head entangled in the Bodhi fig tree.
If you want more information on where these photos were taken, including how to get to Ayutthaya along with other hints and tips for visiting the ruins, then check out the full Ayutthaya article.
Ayutthaya Photos, Thailand (click to enlarge images) – The legal stuff
These are a selection of some of my favourite images of Ayutthaya, I don’t claim to be a professional photographer by any account. I just enjoy trying to capture the beautiful places I visit.
The photos are taken on either my Panasonic Lumix TZ80, GoPro Hero4 or Samsung S7 (see I told you I wasn’t a pro!)
They’ve been uploaded in low resolution to allow quick loading time. All the pictures of Ayutthaya in this album are my own and copying/republishing/use is prohibited without prior permission from myself. Please send me a message if you would like to use any of these images in any way.
Legal stuff over, so now let’s check out these beautiful Ayutthaya photos (click to enlarge and to see the description).
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Thinking of visiting Ayutthaya and looking for somewhere to stay?
Looking for somewhere to stay to explore the Ayutthaya ruins? Take a look at these two options;
For Affordable Comfort with a little bit of Luxury located on the river bank with stunning balcony views of the river as well as being in the heart of the old town, Nutta River Home boasts a fitness centre, a bar, and a shared lounge on site.
For a more Affordable Option for the Budget Conscious Traveller be sure to check out Zleepinezz Hostel . Situated in a perfect location for exploring the Ayutthaya ruins, it’s clean with loads of facilities like an onsite restaurant and kitchen. Each bed is equipped with a private power socket, lamp and curtain.
Basically it ticks every box for backpackers and budget travellers.
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Have you visited Ayutthaya and get to see all these temples? Or did you find some other gems I missed out on? I’d love to hear about it in the comment section below.