Wat Kudi Dao
East of the island and just beyond the train station is a collection of ruins in a pastoral setting. Tourist groups are rare out here...
Despite being one of the few temples requiring an admission fee, Wat Maheyong is not especially interesting, although the walled...
Ayuthaya Floating Market
Not an actual floating market, rather a highly kitsch tourist trap full of souvenir shops and selfie-snapping spots set on wooden...
Conducts live jazz at 9pm most nights.
Set at the front of the eponymous guesthouse, Tony's offers simple but tasty Thai/Western dishes, a few vegie nibbles and plenty of...
Wat Kudi Dao information
Though it's not yet near Indiana Jones levels, forest is slowly reclaiming this attractive ruin. The massive main stupa has collapsed, but several buildings still stand. It's northeast of the train station, well beyond the realm of most of Ayuthaya's visitors, so you'll likely have it to yourself. Wat Maheyong , a bit to the east, is larger, but less interesting, although the walled corridor leading to the ubosot (chapel) is an unusual feature.