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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.
All reviews rent a bike historical park ancient capital tuk tuk old city central area chiang mai angkor wat on foot early morning world heritage site main entrance take your time loy krathong walk around temple ruins entrance fee
How refreshing it is to visit a place in Thailand that is not crowded. This historic site is very compact. We rode an electric tuktuk all over and was driven w/ very little walking everywhere.
This was the highlight of our trip. Truly beautiful and...More
If you have never been to Sukhothai, please do. This park is a wonderful place to visit. Makes sure you go early, like 6:30am to beat the heat and the crowd. When there is no crowd you can take wonderful picture. Rent a bicycle for...More
We were on a road trip and driving back fromChiang Mai to Bangkok. Sukhothai was a night halt decision and what a beautiful surprise, it turned out to be..
The Sukhothai Historical Park is beautifully maintained, they have buggies for you to drive to cover...More
It’s a square block of quiet roads and greenery with lovely big trees and water, containing a large number of old religious temples
At the end we stumbled upon a food and clothing market where we got our lunch - battered sardines + baby squid...More
We took the tram around this huge complex. I really enjoyed seeing the remains of the old buildings and the various Buddha statutes. I would really recommend taking the time to explore this historical park. The remains are stunning. Be prepared so walk in the...More
Compared to the ruins of Ayutthaya this park is smaller, but all ruins are in the same place connected in one beautiful park. Just hire a bike and cycle around, one day is enough to see everything. Note that they also charge 100 bath for...More
Sukhothai Historical Park is really the only attraction in town. While its area isn’t as huge as Angkor Wat or Bagan, it would still be bit tough to cover on foot on a hot day. An electric cart is available to take visitors around but...More