Play at Sala Ayutthaya
Sala Ayutthaya is located in heart of ayutthaya, along banks of the Chao Phraya River, opposite the famous Wat Phutthaisawan (Phutthaisawan temple). The property is surrounded by different temples in Ayutthaya, along with archeological and historical sites dating back to the original Ayutthaya Kingdom. Enjoy your Ayutthaya tour experience at Sala Boutique Accommodation.
Sala Ayutthaya is one of the ideal venues for weddings, conferences, meetings and other special events in Ayutthaya.
Ayutthaya plays host to many spectacular festivals throughout the year. Two of the most popular are Loy Krathong and Songkran
Loy Krathong (November) is, Thailand's Festival of Lights, where Thai’s float decorated Krathongs illuminated with candles, incense, and other decoration, and the night sky is lit up by floating lanterns.
Songkran (April) is the Thai Lunar New Year . Part of the ritual is the cleaning of images of Buddha. Using the 'blessed' water that cleaned the images to soak other people is seen as a way of paying respect and bring good fortune.
sala's suggested itineraries
the guest service team at sala ayutthaya have compiled a suggested selection of sighstseeing and activities for your enjoyment.
Thailand is renowned for it's extravegant markets through out the Lands of Smiles, Ayutthaya itself was fundimental to the Kindgoms early trade and a blue print for todays modern floating markets. Ayutthaya's original floating market, the Chao Phrom Marketstill retains much of its traditional charm and is one of the best places to savour a cheap and delicious meal.
Other markets in the Ayutthaya district include;
Ayutthay's night market
Ayutthaaya's grand market plaza
The Sky Shopping Centre
Ayutthaya has so much more to offer than the locla historic sites, visit the four courses that surround the city and make sure to visit the local spa and beauty shops, we would recomend that you attend Bang Sai country club with high standard facilities and 27 holes, surrounded with jaw dropping scenery this is well worth your time
Ayutthaya was once one of Asia's greatest Kingdoms until war with neighbouring Burma destroyed the city in the 17th Century. What stands today are mere remnants of this once powerful civilization, however, still awesinspiring for visitors and rich with history and culture. UNESCO World Heritage status was awarded to Ayutthayas historical park in 2004 and and assists in funding continued restoration projects.
ayutthaya's adventures are endless and full of incredible and stunning moments.
we invite you to explore and discover another side of ayutthaya, a city with more to offer than just historical sites.
choose from a number of action packed activities including:
- paint ball
- elephant trekking
- shooting rage
- atv (all terrain vehicles)