Amazing Ayutthaya, Thailand’s Second Capital and World Heritage Site

After Sukhothai, the Siam (Thai) Kingdom’s capital city was moved to Ayutthaya during the 15th century. The World Heritage site, founded around 1350, is the birthplace of true Thai art, including architecture and wall art. It was also my favorite city for in-tact, stunning historical Thai architecture, second only to Sukhothai. To get there from Bangkok, you can… Continue reading Amazing Ayutthaya, Thailand’s Second Capital and World Heritage Site

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Sabai Sabai- Easy, Easy. Biking Sukhothai: UNESCO World Heritage Site

Northern Thailand is the antithesis of Phuket and the Andaman Sea islands. The subtle aggravations of the tourist-dominated south seemed to dissipate with the heat and humidity. Gone were the beach-combers. The stifling heat was replaced with a dryer warmth and an occasional breeze. The pace felt infinitely slower, and the people exuded an inner-peace… Continue reading Sabai Sabai- Easy, Easy. Biking Sukhothai: UNESCO World Heritage Site

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