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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
The park is very well maintained with beautiful scenery. It has five zones that cover the central, north, south, east and west. The entrance fees to each zone (Central, North and West) is 100B and additional 10B for a bicycle. However, it is free for...More
Back in 2010 we visited the Sukhothai Historical Park while staying in the area and, because we enjoyed the rural tranquility of the location, we decided to stay (and visit) again.
Before our 2019 visit I read quite a few recent online blogs in which...More
The parc is very well maintained. It's not that big, but a bike is recommended. There are 4-5 highlights in the parc, the other things are ruins. The entrance fee of 100 bath need to be paid at the entrance.
We visited as part of an exchange and were transported around the park on one of their trains. Many areas are either restored or preserved. You can also rent a bike to experience the area. So many awe inspiring spaces. Well worth the visit!
Spent two days recently travelling around the historical park. The park is well kept and given there are no cars very safe to ride around on a pushbike although getting between the 5 sections means a ride on the road with traffic. The history and...More
A most interesting historic area, older than Angkor Wat but not yet rebuilt as well. Divided into five sections all accessible easily by pushbike and an excellent museum near the centre. Plenty of places to eat cheaply and with varied menus and wide choice of...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 .