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Ancient City, Samut Prakan

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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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  • Sekilas, mirip dengan Taman Mini Indonesia Indah versi Thailand. Memiliki 116 struktur bangunan dan monumen historis dari Thailand. Meliputi periode era Dvaravati, Srivuchai, Lopburi, Lanna, Lan Chang...  more »
  • We went to 4 senior taxi from Banglamphu... the driver suggested we wait for the time to bringing us for the price of 1000 bathts. the entrance is at 700 bhts per person... and could enter with the taxi for the price of 400 additional baths... more interesting than the price of carts, especially since we stayed almost 5: 00 and we had lunch on the spot. The driver was delighted as it was the 1st time he was coming there... He took lots of pictures and we gave him his meal... and of course we gave him a supplement for have conveyed us in the Park. like many I had reservations because of the artificial side of the site... but it is quickly won over... very very few people... only almost in every place... don't not zap the paradise garden of the god... in short: a great day, but long way home because of the jams and yet in the middle of the afternoon.
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  • It was claimed that a visit to the Muang Boran (Ancient City) is comparable to a Thailand-round journey within a day. We have been to Bangkok numerous times and was clueless where else we could visit ...  more »
  • This place is absolutely incredible. I'm usually wary of these projects because of lack of authenticity. But it's amazing and so much care has been given to recreate present day historical attractions and rebuild those that have been lost. It's an absolutely huge park so you'd need a good part of the day to see everything but 4 hours or so would give a great insight into the main parts of the museum/park. Hugely recommended.
  • 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.
  • Very nice and tranquil place, great for a bike tour. Quite expensive at 750 baht.
  • It is an old travel attraction in Thailand, which is no longer popular for local. But this place is great if you want to know where are great in Thailand in 3D