Thailand – Second day of Pamela in Thailand: Ayutthaya destination

Travel to Thailand for the disabled

About 70 km away from Bangkok is Ayutthaya , which was the thriving capital of the kingdom of Siam from the 14th to the 18th century . According to a belief, the reflection of the sun on the gold decorations of the temples was reflected up to 5 km away! Today much of this site is occupied by grassy spaces and the remaining grandiose ruins form a cemetery of temples. Click here now to discover our accessible travel for the disabled in Thailand! The city became part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site on 13 December 1991. UNMISSABLE : Wat Phra Mahathat , remains of a monastery whose origins are difficult to date. Among my absolute favorites stands out the Buddha's head nestled in the branches of trees and the Wihaan Phra Mongkhon Bophit , resembling the Grand Royal Palace in Bangkok, but actually a Buddhist temple . travel to Thailand for the disabled Inside there is a huge statue of the Buddha which, with its 19 meters high , is one of the largest in all of Thailand . Buddha statues are very numerous here in Ayutthaya. From the stretched out one of Wat Yai Chaya Mongkol to the hundreds lined with yellow chedis stupas. GENERAL ACCESSIBILITY BY WHEELCHAIR : only very few and minimal barriers. Most of the sites are flat and there are many ramps. In some places the ground is rough and not asphalted. The best way to visit Ayutthaya is to join a day trip from Bangkok. You can choose to see the best of the historical ruins by taking a tuk-tuk, or the picturesque three-wheeled taxi, by renting a bicycle or by taking the ride on the back of an elephant .

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