Looking for the perfect place to stay with your family? Explore Ayutthaya from affordable, interconnected rooms in Luang Chumni Village. We were offered no special promotion to review this wonderful guest house. We were simply lucky enough to stumble on it. OK, Bill found it on-line after a bit of research. I was simply lucky enough to be traveling with him. The “village” is a traditional Thai house surrounded by water and is tucked along a quiet street. It’s just a short walk from the famous statue of a Buddha head in a tree, nestled among exciting ruins. Ayutthaya was the capital of Thailand for 417 years and is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site containing many temples and historic sites. Read more
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