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Thai Craft Route Ayutthaya – Ang Thong

| March 15, 2016

Starting off from the nearest site to Bangkok, at Ko Kret, Pak Kret District, Nonthaburi Province, the production site of distinctive Man earthenware, drive to Pak Kret 5 way intersection and follow the direction to Nonthaburi Boat Landing. A signboard on the left points the way to Ko Kret. Turn left to Wat Sanam Nuea boat landing, opposite to Ko Kret, to take a shuttle boat to Wat Poramai Yikawat, with a leaning white …

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Paying Respect to the Reclining Buddhas Along the Chao Phraya River

| March 14, 2016

All along the banks of the Chao Phraya River. especially from Ayutthaya. Ang Thong. through to Sing Buri. the land long glorified with Buddhism from distant past to the present. traces of strong faith are found. particularly beautiful reclining Buddhas. Tracking down such traces is, therefore, fulfilling for Buddhists and non-Buddhists alike. The path of strong faith starts from the old capital of Ayutthaya which retains its mystic charms of a glorious city that was at …

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World Heritage Route Ayutthaya

| March 7, 2016

Mentioning the old capital Ayutthaya. and the people’s minds turn to the glorious temples and palaces. elaborately built and decorated. housing fine Buddha images that defy all descriptions. Ayutthaya is a World Heritage Site that all Thais are proud of. This World Heritage route to Ayutthaya. only 70 kilometers from Bangkok. is taking you through the past glory of the Golden Age of Thai culture.
Starting on Highway No.32 heading north, …

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