Our memorable morning exploration around Historic City of Ayutthaya to Bang Pa-In Palace, Wat Phanan Choeng (วัดพนัญเชิง) & Wat Yai Chai Mongkhon (วัดใหญ่ชัยมงคล) has indeed build up an appetite. So, thanks to the recommendation of our friendly Tour Guide, Mr Bank, we were brought to new pretty new restaurant located by the Riverside, Grand Chaopraya Riverside Bar & Restaurant (แกรนด์เจ้าพระญา อ่านต่อได้ที่).
Completing our memorable visit to Wat Phanan Choeng (วัดพนัญเชิง), our next stop before lunch is Wat Yai Chai Mongkhon (วัดใหญ่ชัยมงคล). Wat Yai Chai Mongkhon (วัดใหญ่ชัยมงคล), also known as Great Monastery of Auspicious Victory is located in the southeastern area of Ayutthaya. Wat Yai Chai Mongkhon (วัดใหญ่ชัยมงคล) is one of the major temples in the area.
Ending our memorable exploration of Bang Pa-In Palace, we head off to the next stop…. the popular Buddhist temple of Wat Phanan Choeng (วัดพนัญเชิง) that is located on the east bank of Chao Phraya River. A part of Ayutthaya Historical Park, Wat Phanan Choeng (วัดพนัญเชิง), builded in 1324, house the biggest Buddha Image in Thailand.
I was first introduced to these yummy treats many years ago during my first visit to Taiwan 🇹🇼. After the trip, whenever we visit the Taiwanese cuisine restaurant, we order Sweet Potato Balls where it is available as it is indeed one of the favorite snacks that my eldest truly enjoyed. Recently, I came across … More Sweet Potato Balls
Ayutthaya, the old capital of Thailand is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Known as one of the most impressive ruined cities in Asia, we decided to check out this must-see historic site during this short trip to Bangkok. Ayutthaya was strategically located on an island surrounded by three rivers connecting the city to the … More UNESCO World Heritage : Historic City of Ayutthaya, Thailand – Bang Pa-In Palace