Wat Phraya Man is a massive, age-old structure located in northern Ayutthaya, complete with an ubosot or ordination hall, a bell tower and two prangs or towers.
Built in the early Ayutthaya period, Wat Suwandawas allows you to witness the manual hand-work behind creating the thousands of Buddha sculptures in the city.
Wat Worachettharam is a dilapidated Buddhist temple located to the west of the Royal Palace in Ayutthaya.
Translating to the "Temple of the Magnificent Buddha Images", the construction of the Wat Phra Ngam is said to have unearthed many Pre-Ayutthayan sculptures of crouching deer, bronze Buddha and earthen Buddha.
Wat Borom Phuttharam also called Wat Borom Buddharam is a Buddhist temple on the southeast side of the city of Ayutthaya.
Wat Yanasen or Wat Yanusen is a Buddhist temple located on U-Thong Road towards the North of the city island called Koh Muang.
The Pridi Banomyong Memorial is a dedication to its namesake Pridi Banomyong, one of Thailand's most politicians who was born in Ayutthaya.
Situated in eastern Ayutthaya, Wat Samana Kottharam is an active monastery featuring the giant statue of Buddha in a ‘Halting evil’ pose.
Located on the banks of the Pa Sak River Wat Pichai Songkram is a beautiful Buddhist monastery that dates back to the 14th century.
Pom Phet Fortress is one of the only two remaining fortresses (out of 16) along the city walls.
The Queen Suriyothai Monument is a dedication to the royal consort of King Maha Chakkraphat.
The semi-ruined temple is mainly famous for its biggest chedi, surrounded by a ring of elephant statues.
The ancient temple of Wat Tha Ka Rong is located on the banks of Chao Phraya River near the city of Ayutthaya.
Chedi Wat Sam Pluem is the bell shaped chedi that welcomes you into the old city of Ayutthaya.
Wat Maheyong is a Buddhist monastery located just outside and on the Eastern end of the ancient city of Ayutthaya.
A one-of-a-kind temple, the Wat Phu Khao Thong or 'Monastery of the Golden Mount' located in Ayutthaya is unique for the diversity it offers to its viewers!
Wat Suwandararam, the 'Temple of the Golden Star', is one of the surviving ancient temples in the UNESCO recognized World Heritage Site, Ayutthaya.
Located along the Chao Phraya river close to the Tambon Suan Phlu shipyard in Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya Province in Thailand, Baan Hollanda or the Dutch Quarters is a significant site among the great ruins of the ancient capital of Ayutthaya.
Built in the early phase of the Ayutthaya period, Wat Na Phra Men is also famously called the Monastery In Front Of the Funeral Pyre.
The Portuguese Settlement, also called Campos Portugues, in Ayutthaya was once home to thousands of Portuguese natives.
Nestled in the historical park of Ayutthaya close to the Grand Palace, Wihan Phra Mongkhon Bophit is a temple compound that magnetizes hordes of visitors with a compelling historical statue.
Wat Phanan Choeng is one of the spectacular Buddhist temples found within the Historical Park of Ayutthaya.
Wat Yai Chai Mongkhon also referred to as the Mongkhon, is one of the primary temples found within the Ayutthaya Island.
Wat Chaiwatthanaram, located in Ayutthaya, Thailand is a renowned Buddhist Temple constructed according to the Khmer style.
The UNESCO World Heritage site of Ayutthaya Historical Park is located on the ruins of the ancient capital of Ayutthaya.
Kathmandu Photo Gallery is a period-style shophouse gallery by photo-artist Manit Sriwanichpoom.
Saint Joseph church is located on 30 Moo11, Tambon Sumpao Rom, Ayutthaya. It was built in 1666 during the reign of King Narai The Great of Ayutthaya after the first generation of missionaries from Paris, Bishop Lambert de la Motte and two priests came to Ayutthaya.
This monastery is over a kilometer behind Wat Suanluangsopsawan adjacent to Wat Worachettharam.
Wat Cherng Tha is located north of the city island, left hand side of the Lopburi River near the Mai Rong ditch which is a dock for storing royal yacht.
This monastery is located to the south of the River bank opposite the city Island. Constructed in the area where King U-Thong and his subjects first migrated in Order to establish the new town, it was formerly known as "Wiang Lek" named after the royal Palace of King U-Thong. The most distinctive...
This Temple, which was built Rama V (Chulalongkorn), looks more like a Gothic Christian church than a Thai temple.
This ruin of the royal residence for summer retreats is on the east bank of the Pasak River.
Khun Phaen House is a Thai-style house that conforms to descriptions in a popular Thai literary work.