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Ayutthaya is 76 kilometres north of Bangkok and boasts numerous magnificent ruins. Such ruins show that Ayutthaya was one of Indo - China’s most prosperous cities. There is Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya Historical Park which is a vast stretch of historical site in the heart of Ayutthaya city.

There were three palaces in Ayutthaya: Grand Palace, Chantharakasem Palace or the Front Palace, and Wang Lang or the Rear Palace. In addition, there were many other palaces and buildings for royal visits located outside the city area of Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya, such as Bang Pa-In Palace at Amphoe Bang Pa-in and Nakhon Luang Building at Amphoe Nakhon Luang.

Ayutthaya Tourist Centre  The centre is established by the Fine Arts Department

and developed to be a tourist information centre by the Tourism Authority of Thailand

(TAT) with high relief's of six great kings and queens from the Ayutthaya Kingdom

on the facade of the building remain in their original positions. The centre is home

to TAT information centre, an exhibition on Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya’s tourism and

a contemporary art gallery.

Ayutthaya Historical Study Centre is a national research institute devoted to the study of Ayutthaya, especially during the period when Ayutthaya was the capital of Siam. The Centre is responsible for the museum of the history of Ayutthaya, which exhibits reconstructions from the past. The Centre also supports an information service and a library containing historical materials about Ayutthaya.

Chao Sam Phraya National Museum  The construction of this museum was funded by the proceeds from the sale of votive tablets discovered in the underground crypts of the principal Prang tower of Wat Ratchaburana. Since the temple was built by King Borommarachathirat II ( Chao Sam Phraya ), the museum was named after him. The opening ceremony of this museum was held in 1961 and was presided over by Their Majesties the King and the Queen. It was the first museum in the country to present a new form of exhibition, displaying artefacts unearthed from the archaeological excavations as well as restoration of ancient monuments.

Ayutthaya Page 18, Tourist Centre in Ayutthaya and other places

Ayutthaya is 76 Kilometres North of Bangkok, Places to see here

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