Whisky and Wanderlust | Ayutthaya
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A 13 hour overnight train ride, an ancient city, and Bangkok; all in one day. I didn't know what to expect once I booked our sleeper train to the ancient royal city of Ayutthaya. Destroyed by The Burmese War in the late 1700s, much of it consists of ruins. The temples and history are plentiful and rich. Coming from here to the bustling city of Bangkok was quite a shock at first, but we grew accustomed to it quite fast. After all, you don't have much of a choice! I'll break down our journey, Ayutthaya, and the little part of Bangkok we experienced.