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My TGF'S mother's boss hired two minivans to take her workers to make merit at Ayutthaya. Apparently she does this a few times a year, gets them away from the place of work, a bit of bonding, make merit. Anyway, I was invited to tag along as I had nothing on, and my girl was at her office all day. We visited nine temples in the Ayuttaya area during the day, and it was hot, damn hot.


















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Sometimes i got the idea there are more temples as there are houses in Ayutthaya .

9 temples in one day ... i would rather stay in the office ... 555 .


Thanks for putting it up .

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Haha yeah, by the end of the day I was all templed out. I think I was always the first to get back into the airconditioning in the minivans. It was so hot :)

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Been there in January, I'm not good at taking pictures of large objects...


unlucky ending to the trip as the display on my camera got broken when the tuk-tuk driver let the tuk-tuk roll back then suddenly and rather enthusiastic opened the throttle. It almost threw me out the back of the vehicle.




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you have some good photos there, thanks for sharing

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Nice pics.


I was there in april last year and it was hot!


Like you I took a few pics of the of the temple ruins.

Did not find a lot else to do but still worth a look. 

Temple ruins copy.jpg

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Nice shots. 


I'll be spending the next four days in Ayutthaya. I'll see what kind of pics I can produce as well.


Some of those temple ruins date back to the 1400's I believe.


You wouldn't know it today, but around 1700 that was the world's most populated city. It was the capital of Siam and was the first city in the world to reach a population of 1 million.

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yeah I was quite surprised when they told me it was once the capital of Siam.

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Thai people - 10 baht

Foreigners  -  50 baht

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