01 Where is the best place to stay in Ayutthaya?
We find Naresuan Rd and nearby is the ideal area to stay in Ayutthaya.and there are many bars and restaurants to dine in.
Some other great places to stay in Ayutthaya are Tony's Place Bed & Breakfast, Baan Thai House, and Goodmorning by Tamarind.
02 How to get to Ayutthaya Thailand?
Ayutthaya is about 85 km north of Bangkok, so depending on your budget and time, you can travel from Bangkok to Ayutthaya by train, bus, or hire a private car. By boat
If you arrive at Ayutthaya train station, you can get a boat to the old town.
By road,by train,
03 What is the top attractions in Ayutthaya?
2.Wat Phra Si Sanphet
3.Wat Phra Ram
4.Wander Historical Park
5.Lunch at Mae Pranee Boat Noodles
6.Rest at Hotel
7.Wat Chai Watthanaram
8.at Bang Lan Night Market
04 What is the top tip for Ayutthaya?
You must dress respectfully when visiting these sites. That means covering your shoulders and knees, irrespective of gender. Opt for loose, long clothing which will be more comfortable in the heat and humidity.
05 What is the best transportion for having a tour in Ayutthaya?
Tuk Tuks are readily available for hire throughout the city, with the option to hire one for a specific journey, or for the day. You can negotiate to a degree with the drivers, however there are standard fares outlined on boards at tuk tuk hubs so don't expect to pay less than this.
06 Where is the best place to eat in Ayutthaya?
1.Coffee Old City:This is a great option for escaping the midday heat. Directly opposite Wat Mahathat, this central spot is a cool haven with friendly staff, fast service and great views.
2.Mae Pranee Boat Noodles：This streetside local eatery, to the right of a Muay Thai boxing gym on Naresuan Road, is jam packed with locals every lunch time. The food here smells divine, alas, we never got the chance to taste it ourselves. But if there’s one thing we all know, a place that busy with locals must be good!
07 Where to stay in Ayutthaya?
There's a variety of accommodation options to be had in Ayutthaya, from hostels to boutique pool resorts. There are loads of decent budget to mid-range places within walking distance of Ayutthaya Historical Park, mostly clustered around the streets to the east of Wat Mahathat. A few to check out are Zleepinezz Hostel, De Pumpkiin Hostel or Baan Luang Harn. We stayed at Stockhome Hostel, just a few doors down from De Pumpkin, and although the style was really nice the unwelcoming and unhelpful staff let it down.