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Ayutthaya was the capital of Thailand during the period 1350-1767 The modern town is nothing special but it has a well-preserved complex of temple and palace ruins bordered by three rivers these natural moats were important in protecting the city Although the ruins at Sukhothai are better preserved and more extensive Ayutthaya is so close to Bangkok that most travelers are likely to see only theseand they will still walk away impressed Most tours dont allow enough time to see all the ruins and the two museums in town but will visit enough of them to give you an idea of what the area has to offer If youre traveling independently you can take an early train there from Bangkok tour the sights then travel by boat 7 mi11 km downriver to Bang Pa-In a kings summer palace built in Chinese traditional architecture Boat rides take about an hour and provide great views of rural life along the river From Bang Pa-In take the train back to Bangkok 55 mi85 km north o f Bangkok BANGKOK Krung Thep Thailands capital city is large pop 5876000 modern and progressive but it doesnt intimidate visitorsthe buildings arent too tall the people are usually polite the sidewalks arent overly crowded and it has one of the lowest crime rates against tourists at least in the world We feel safe walking the streets after dark when its cooler The City of Angels does however have more than its share of traffic jams noise and pollution Youll find that you can often get to places faster by walking than by taking a taxi or bus We recommend that you use the water taxis whenever possiblemany of the citys attractions are near some of their regular stops on the river maps are available Bangkoks temples despite being in the center of a thriving modern metropolis are some of the finest in all of Asia
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