Ayutthaya is a small province in Thailand known for its UNESCO World Heritage Center Historical ruins. I decided to do a quick day trip there before heading over to Kanchanaburi for Erawan Falls. When I arrived the first thing I did was head over to hostel to drop off my bag because I didn’t want to carry it around and I also wanted to rent a bike (a total of 100 THB). The owners were extremely nice to me and gave me a map of the park so that I could find my way. The circled the areas I should go see and told me the best way to get there. They also wrote their number and a message in Thai so that I could hand it over to someone in case I got lost. They proceeded to give me a second map of the city to show me where I should go to catch the bus later on.
The ruins were really cool and they had a couple of Buddha statues. One of the most famous ones they have is the reclining Buddha. I was short on time so I didn’t get to see it. It’s also known for the head in the tree. I’m glad I made it to one of the historic parks. I had planned on going to Sukhothai but there were no buses from Kanchanaburi, so I had to scratch that idea. Information To head over to Ayutthaya I had to get to Mo Chi bus station (NOT Mo Chi BTS). It was 60THB for a 1-2 hour drive
Information To head over to Ayutthaya from Bangkok, I had to get to Mo Chi bus station (NOT Mo Chi BTS). It was 60THB for a 1-2 hour drive