In Thailand, despite significant improvements in COVID-19 re-opened the ancient city of Ayutthaya, the Bangkok Post reports. The decision was taken after the last month in the region has not recorded any case of coronavirus infection.

According to the Governor of the province pan Jaemsri, the local Museum complex and most of the temples at first will be available for visitors only on weekends, but in the future their time will increase.

Ayutthaya more than four hundred years was the capital of Thailand until the second half of the XVIII century it was partially destroyed by the Burmese. Now the ruins of this monument of culture and architecture is under UNESCO protection. Before the pandemic came here every year tens of thousands of foreign tourists to see the light show and theatrical performances.