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This temple best destinations at Sukhothai Historical Park, good for person who love photography you can using wide angle lens and telephoto lens. location not far form Sukhothai Historical Park park center can go there by bicycle, motorbike or car and easy to parking.
...easy enough to get to, especially if you rented a bicycle. Small site compared to the main part of the historical park. I had to pay another 100 baht admission to get in. Not sure if a combination ticket is offered. I believe this is...More
Make sure you don't miss Wat Si Chum when visiting north Sukhothai! One of the best temples in the area housing a 15m tall Buddha in a custom temple. Restored only 50 years ago so in very good condition. Recommend getting to it by bike...More
I've seen scores, hundreds of pagodas but this one defied my expectations. You first see it through a slit in a huge brick case and once across the narrow archway its size is huge, overwhelming and at the same time serene. Quite an experience! A...More
This is still a very active site for worship so be respectful. The dress code wasn’t being enforced, but it’s disrespectful to wear shorts, hats, or tank tops here. If you start your day here before 9am, you’ll beat the larger tour groups that start...More
Wat Si Chum is about 2 km away from the main historical park. It may be a good idea to come here around 5pm when the light is great. Then, head back to Wat Maha That in the main historical park to see the sunset...More