5 Best Attractions in Ayudhaya

5 Best Attractions in Ayudhaya by ECOCAR Rent-a-car's Car Rental Bangkok

Car Rental Bangkok Ayutthaya

Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya or Ayutthaya where it used to be the 417 years-old ancient capital city for Thailand there are many places to visiting for Thais and foreigners; especially, their ancient temples and the ancient fortress walls so these are 5 best attractions around Ayutthaya by ECOCAR Rent-a-car's Car Rental Bangkok.

Japanese Village Museum | ECOCAR Rent-a-car

Car Rental Bangkok Ayutthaya Japanese Village

It's used to be the village for the Japanese Community who went to work for the Royal Ayudhaya Monarchy as a mercenary and made a commercial business as a merchant. Inside the museum, you can see the history between Thailand and Japan in the Ayudhaya period; especially, Yamada Nagamasa or Okya Senaphimuk who worked for the Royal Ayudhaya Monarchy. It's the first place that you can visit with your Car Rental Bangkok driving trip.

Wat Phanan Choeng | ECOCAR Rent-a-car

Car Rental Bangkok ECOCAR Ayutthaya Wat Phanan Choeng

It's in Ayudhaya southern area that there are located two rivers as both Chao Phraya and Pasak. There is Phra Putha Trinayok or Sam Po Kong which is the Biggest Buddha statue in Ayudhaya that there are many Chinese people or Thai-Chinese to pay respect there.

Ayutthaya Elephant Camp | ECOCAR Rent-a-car

It's in the Ayudhaya Heart which this is the World Heritage that you can see many elephants in many activities and you can sit on the elephant back seats for making on tour around the camp.

Wat Phra Si Sanphet | ECOCAR Rent-a-car

Three Pagodas, which it is the Landmark for Ayudhaya and Thailand, it was the holiest temple in Thailand's 417 years-old ancient city. Moreover, it was used as a model structure for building Bangkok Most Landmark's Wat Phra Kaew.

Wat Na Phra Men | ECOCAR Rent-a-car

Car Rental Bangkok ECOCAR Ayutthaya WatNa Phra Men

The temple is on Ayudhaya Island's North outside area near Khlong Mueang (Lopburi River). This is only temple that was not destroyed from Burmese troops because they used it as the military camp when the 2nd Ayudhaya Fall.


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