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Ancient City, Samut Prakan

Categories: Architectural Buildings, Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
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4.6/5 based on 650+ reviews on the web
Take a journey through Thailand's cultural history at Ancient City, one of the world's largest outdoor museums. Covering an area of 81 hectares (200 acres) in the shape of Thailand, the park contains 116 replicas and reconstructions of culturally significant monuments and buildings from throughout Thailand's history, each placed in its correct geographical location. Explore the park by bike, golf cart, or car, and learn the story behind each attraction. For Ancient City and beyond, use our Samut Prakan tour planner to get the most from your Samut Prakan vacation.
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  • This is actually one of my favorite attractions here in Thailand, the park is well curated and offers a wide number of monuments. great for family with kids, visiting the park will take the whole day....  read more »
  • This place has almost every culture that both traditions of Thailand. Bicycle, cycling, playing with the trigger and portable car tourist on every 10 minutes, but regrets the trigger seems to have a good time speaking with sports venues for fans to listen to translations.
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  • Is gone I had visited a little while ago, but in the suburbs, raised by their drivers and vehicles, but visitors usually means solution or may not. It seems I heard clearly, Thailand school excursion visiting. I don't know what you heard is correct, but the people of the financial clique either modelled on historical buildings of Thailand and construction, so releasing excursions with children who visit Thailand people can view it? Premises are very spacious, rented a cart moves. You can exercise and even miniature buildings on site are pretty big 1tsu1tsu up to the building and. I weigh questions so have Thailand national landmarks and even if you're not a good Walker cart movement is going up near the building, just to take a picture. There was a restaurant, and souvenir shop on the premises. Also on-site is the big lizard (small crocodile? Thought I was wrong) is.
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  • Thailand's best kept secret attraction. What a beautiful setting and great education. At trip into past and glorious years gone by. Not expensive. And you can spend the entire day within.
  • For tourist, must see place in Bangkok. Quite a big area, well maintained and less promoted by travel agents. Miniature of Thailand's most famous temples are here. For people who interested in Thai culture a must visit place.
  • Loved: - Lovely grounds, perfect for going around on bikes, which can be rented for free, trams, golf carts (rented for a fee), or your own car. Bikes were perfect on a winter day, but perhaps not so nice in summer. - Beautifully recreated key buildings from all corners of Thailand. They may be replicas, but they certainly looked like they were handled by real artisans. Not so great: - A bit far from downtown Bangkok. Taxi back to Bearing BTS station was about B160. Tips: - Sun block, hats, & sunglasses!!! - If you're a resident, show proof of residence to get the Thai ticket price (I used my drivers license). - There aren't any kid's bikes for rent, and only a limited no. of bikes with kid's seats. - Remember to dress in a 'respectful' manner - even if they are replicas, it looks like visitors are expected to behave in the same way as if they were the originals. Wear shoes that are easily removed/worn.
  • Beautiful place. Every people must go there when they go to Bangkok
  • This is a must place to visit when you are in Thailand. It's called the Ancient City or Meung Boran. You can rent golf cars if you cannot make it to walk as the place is huge.
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