Having been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1981, the Ayutthaya Historical Park is one of the most popular attractions in Ayutthaya. It is located around 75 kilometres towards the north of the country's capital and will delight visitors wi...more
Having been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1981, the Ayutthaya Historical Park is one of the most popular attractions in Ayutthaya. It is located around 75 kilometres towards the north of the country's capital and will delight visitors with a number of attractions ranging from temples to museums to an elephant park. The Ayutthaya Historical Park is the best place to witness the ruins of the old city of Ayutthaya and some of the highlights of the park are: Wat Yai Chaya Mongkol - uniquely shaped stupas, Viharn Phra Mongkol Bophit - a structure similar to the Grand Palace in Bangkok, Wat Ratchaburana - a historic monument and the Wat Phra if Sanphet - stupas consisting the ashes of many Kings of Siam.
Entrance prices vary and may range from around 20 Baht to 60 Baht
Open daily from around 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Around 1 – 2 hours
Adults, Families, Young Adults, Senior Guests, Children
Wat Yai Chaya Mongkol, Viharn Phra Mongkol Bophit, Wat Ratchaburana and the Wat Phra if Sanphet
Muslim travellers who require prayer facilities near Ayutthaya Historical Park may visit some of the mosques in Ayutthaya. Islamvattana is amongst some of the most prominent mosques in Ayutthaya and can be visited by Muslim travellers during prayer times.
Halal food near Ayutthaya Historical Park can be found at some of the Halal restaurants in Ayutthaya. Most of the popular Halal restaurants in Ayutthaya are located at the U-Thong Road towards the south of the island. Travellers may also choose to opt for vegetarian cuisine at some of the local restaurants in the area but it is recommended that you enquire about how food is prepared, prior to dining.