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The park comprises the ruins of royal palaces, Buddhist temples, the city gates, walls, moats and the water dyke control system of ancient Sukhothai, the capital of the Sukhothai kingdom from the 14th century.
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A stunning site of the ruins at Sukhothai - it was lovely spending time walking & cycling around. We were on a tour with a company so were well informed about the history. Local Thai cuisine available with some souvenir shops in the park too.
Many kingdoms in the world faced with wars, dead and ruin. The Sukhothai kingdom was calm and wealth because it was ruled by King Ramkumhaeng as Dad took care of child. Visitors will see from many historical objects with smiley faces of people and Buddha....More
Entrance fee for tourist is THB100 plus Baht10 for the bicycles and if you will go with the electric bus(hop-on/hop-off) to go around inside the park is Thb50,and they also have electric car good for 3-4 person Thb 200 per hour. Best if you'll be...More
It costs 100 Bath the entrance for foreigners and 20 Bath for Thai, which is relatively inexpensive to the amount of historical places. There are several temples on the site, the best of them it is the Wat Si Mahathat, with a large seated Buddha...More
This is a must see. Cost 100b entry and 10b bike entry. Rent bike from outside for 30b. So 140b total. No tuk tuk allowed inside but I did see other driving electric type tuk tuk as well as guided buses. 12th century build. Interested...More