Ancient City Bangkok

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Ancient Siam 

Ancient Siam better known as Ancient City (Muang Boran) nicknamed the largest open-air museum in the world. 300 acres, ancient Siam is a history open-air museum, it’s like a culture journey in Thailand within a day. Courageous will walk through 115 sites, divided by representation of the regions, south, central, east, north and northeast, through sculptures and gardens, restored palaces, temples, marketplaces and traditional houses in miniature, and a lot of birds. You don’t want to walk, too hot! The kind staff will offer you a free bicycle,(150 baht for a mountain bike) a little rooftop cabby 2 seats, for 1-hour tour 150 baht, 4 seats 300 baht, and 6 persons 450 baht. An international driving license can be required. Free tram tour.

Thailand Pride Heritage   

The ancient city is nothing else than the perfect replicate of Thailand map where every temples and site, 1/3 of the actual size are positioned on their actual location. You will be surprised by the artistic beauty and the resemblance of the real things. one of my friends says we can see them better this way. Beautiful place to chill in a very tranquil atmosphere.

Restaurants and drinks around the park, have lunch at the floating market area.

Please do not park your bike in front of the temples, think about photographers.

Getting There

A new section is on service since December 6, 2018, on the BTS green line from Bearing to Samut Prakan city hall. The trip is free for the 4 months test run then the ticket price will be from 15 to 65 baht maximum

This line serves from Samrong

– Pu Chao

– Chang Erawan Erawan Museum

– Royal Thai Naval Academy Navy Museum

– Pak Nam

– Srinakarindra

– Phreak Sa

– Sai Luat

Ancient City, Kheha the last station (exit 3) then a taxi (around 50 baht), and also from there five to ten minutes to the  crocodile farm

Open 09.00 – 19.00

Entrance 700 baht 350 for children after 16.00, 350/175 baht

A little bit crowded weekends and public holidays, better go there on a weekday,

Back to Bangkok if you take a taxi outside the park, ask the driver to put on the meter on

My favorite? the floating market area. Yours?

If you have any questions, I will be more than happy to help you out.

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