The Historical Park is a must see when in the area. There are a number of bike shops just out of the park and I recommend riding through the park. (There are trolleys the drive through the park as another option) The bikes rent for...More
About Sukhothai Historical Park
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The Sukhothai historical park is located in the new Sukhothai, approximately 45-60 minutes from old Sukhothai. The park is extensive. It has 5 sections. The most important one is the Royal City where the most impressive sites are located (i.e. Wat Mahathat, Wat Sa Si,...More
This is a must do for any visitor in Thailand. You simply can't visit Thailand and not see these ancient wonders.
This is what you came for. A whole park full of the history of the first city of Thailand You need several hours here to really enjoy it and preferable with a Thai historian and not just any guide
Very well maintained park which encompasses many temple ruins from 700-800 years ago. Lots of shade as you visit ruins, toilets are at reasonable intervals. Didn’t see a lot of places to eat in the park ( did see an ice cream vendor).
The only reason to visit Sukhothai is to see this park, encompassing the remains of the first Thai capital. I recommend seeing it on a bike, although it is manageable on foot. Also go as early as you can because it gets hot by about...More
The national park of Sukhothai is without doubt one of the top attractions of Thailand. The park is very well maintained, easy to visit. It is an oassis of peace.
We’ve spent half a day at the park and seen everything (by bicycle). It’s not too crowded so that you can take some nice pictures and enjoy the landscape and temples without too much noise/traffic. It is beautiful. We recommend the sunset at 5/5:30 pm.