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An introduction to Ayutthaya & Nakhon Nayok


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  • Ayutthaya is a province in central Thailand, north of Bangkok. Its capital city, also called Ayutthaya, was the seat of the Kingdom of Siam and a prosperous trading port from the 14th century, until it was razed by the Burmese in 1767. The old city ruins, with Buddhist temples, monasteries and statues, now form the Historic City of Ayutthaya. ― source Google
  • Nakhon Nayok is northeast of Bangkok. In the east are the mountains, forest and grassland of the vast Khao Yai National Park, home to diverse wildlife including bears, elephants, macaques and rare birds. The park’s waterfalls, including the 9-tier Namtok Sarika waterfall with its natural pools, and the high Haew Narok waterfall, gush during the rainy season. ― source Google

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