VET Phra Chao Choeng Phanan was built in the XIV century, probably Rouge, before Ayutthaya was the capital of Siam. It is a 19-meter figure of the Buddha, in whose honor the temple is named. The restored Elephant Kraal – a relief for those who are already tired of visiting the numerous temples. A huge wooden room, built from teak logs planted at an angle of 45 degrees, was once used as a shelter for wild elephants. King had a special pavilion at the top to observe the fascinating spectacle. During the day, from the north of Bangkok to Ayutthaya Station frequent buses. The road will take two hours. Trains departing from Hualamphong Train Station, drive faster and more frequently than buses.
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