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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 tuk tuk central area old city ancient ruins angkor wat chiang mai on foot early morning world heritage site main entrance take your time entrance fee walk around thai history baht
So I went there very early morning. The weather was already super hot. I rented a bike and took it with me in the parc. It was awesome! I loved it. It is a closed parc to cars. Only tuk tuks, bikes, motorbikes, were allowed...More
So we went to visit Sukhothai for this historical park. Temples are really nice and quite different we had seen before in Bangkok. Quite some distances to walk in the park so we did it on bikes, which I could recommend. You can also rent...More
Nice place, well maintained, no so big like Ayuthaya or Angkor, but still interesting. Better to go there by bike. You have a few choices, which tour you want. We took standard tour for 100thb per person plus 10thb per our bike.
We hired bikes on our trip to the historical park and it was well worth it. Bike hire there was around 40 Baht for the day per person. The park is spread out, walking between sites would have been very hard work, cycling made it...More
Beautiful ruins, temples and buddha in old city one of the nicest place in thailand. An absolute must! This Unesco site with fascinating history should be included in you bucketlist when you visit thailand. You can rent a bike and ride around.
We flew AirAsia to Phitsanulok from Bangkok and a AirAsia minibus was waiting outside departures (there is also a shuttle for the Phitsanulok Bus Station). The AirAsia shuttle was 250thb per person, took l hour and stopped at their New Sukhothai office before terminating at...More
After a day visit in the archeological sites
By foot or bicycle you are well to come back in the weekend evenings
The temples are illuminated at night
And gives the sites further grandeur
As well as you get a good tasting thai food and...More
Response from DavidWGrant | Reviewed this property |
Sukothai is one of the world's most important religious sites, consisting largely of Wats (eight or ten of them) which, while mainly in ruins, are nonetheless places deserving of respect. Any person of worth would go there... More
Sukothai is one of the world's most important religious sites, consisting largely of Wats (eight or ten of them) which, while mainly in ruins, are nonetheless places deserving of respect. Any person of worth would go there with clothing appropriate to a temple, not to mention the sun is positively relentless there. Wear temple clothes out of respect and to keep the sun off you, or a third of the way into the place, you will be burned, and deservedly so!
Response from kjfletcher2003 | Reviewed this property |
Hi we took a tuktuk from the park which was arranged by our hotel,they organised a taxi to the resort and driver for the tuktuk ,ime sure your hotel will do the same.The tuktuk driver stopped off at relevant points where we... More
Hi we took a tuktuk from the park which was arranged by our hotel,they organised a taxi to the resort and driver for the tuktuk ,ime sure your hotel will do the same.The tuktuk driver stopped off at relevant points where we walked around.You will have an amazing time ,enjoy the history and fantastic trees .