Ayutthaya is located around 80 kilometers north of Bangkok in Thailand. It was one of the most prosperous cities of Indo-China and one of the most famous historical attractions in Thailand. The magnificence of Ayutthaya is reflected by various majestic structures and ruins that are concentrated in and around the city island that is surrounded by the Pa Sak, Chao Phraya and Lop Buri Rivers. If you are a tourist fascinated by the grandeur of the city, you can hire a private tour guide or you can do it on your own.
Category: Local Guides
December 14, 2011
Flood waters have receded in most areas of Thailand’s Central Region and cleanup operations have taken place. Methods of transportation used by tourists are all operating as per normal. Central Bangkok remains dry. Popular tourist attractions and areas where tourists normally go throughout the city are accessible and open.
November 11, 2011
The flooding situation in Thailand is mainly affecting the central provinces along the Chao Phraya River just north of, and including, Bangkok. Other popular tourist destinations in the central region including Pattaya, Hua Hin, Kanchanaburi and Ko Chang have not been affected by the floods. Tourist destinations in the south of Thailand including Phuket, Krabi, Surat Thani, Ko Samui, Hat Yai and Phang-Nga; and in the north including Chiang Mai, Chiang Rai and Sukhothai also have not been affected by the floods.
November 4, 2011
Thailand is famous for its splendid beaches. There are plenty to choose from, to be sure, but the islands comprising the Tarutao Archipelago in the far south of the country are arguably the best of the be
October 28, 2011
Thailand’s largest island, Phuket (the so-called “Pearl of the Andaman”) is also its most popular. As you might imagine, this has drawbacks as well as advantages. If you’re willing to brave the crowds, however, there are some justifiably famous destinations worth visiting. The following are just a few of them.
October 24, 2011
There is no need to cancel plans to visit Thailand, but you might have to adjust them in order to get around the giant puddle of water in the central plains. News reports do show a lot of devastation, but there are so many places to visit in this large diverse country that you can easily still spend a month-long holiday here and avoid the flood effected areas.