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There are two main reasons a single traveler must visit the great Ananda Samakhom Throne Hall. Firstly, this structure is one of the most beautiful Italian Renaissance architectures outsideItaly. The construction of this...
Situated about 24 kilometers north away from Nakhon Pathom downtown, Ancient City of Kamphaeng Saen can be dated back to the Dvaravati period and is assumed be as old as Muang Nakhon Chaisi, but smaller in size. It is be...
Built in 1794 during the reign of King Rama III by Krommaluang Ronnaret, Chachoengsao City Fortress was originally designed to defend against foreign invaders. However, it was later used during King Rama V’s reign ...
(Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya)
The walls of inner Ayutthaya kingdom own a long history since in beginning of the kingdom in 1350, firstly built as a moat-and-mound (motte-and-bailey) enclosure topped with a wall of wooden pillars by King U Thong, the ...
Kanchanaburi is an old city with a long-run history dated back to Ayutthaya era. Serving as a fortress city for both Ayutthaya and Rattanakosin kingdoms (circa 1548-1784), the ancient Kanchanaburi was centered near the T...
Constructed in 1939 at the Thai-Cambodian border at Ban Klong Luek, the gate consists of two octagonal 15-meter-tall towers, standing on a defense station. In 1959 the left tower was destroyed by the conflict war but was...
(Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya)
Rest on the island framed by three significant rivers: Chao Phraya, Lopburi and Pasak, the historic temples, palaces and remaining architectures of the ancient kingdom of Ayutthaya are one of Thailand’s most precio...
Ban Hong is the site of a 1,400-year-old community dating back to the Hariphunchai Kingdom. Located some 40 kilometers south of Lamphun town, it offers a delightful vista of bright green fields and rolling mountains. Se...
First was Ban Chiang, now Ban Prasat is considered as the second archaeological site of Thailand. Setting up as an outdoor museum, it is believed that there was a community settled down in this area since prehistory peri...
Bang Kung Camp was once a navy campsite during the reign of King Taksin the Great. Following the second defeat of the Ayutthaya kingdom in 1767, the king relocated his navy to this campsite. A wall was built, making a te...