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one of the better ones

one o the bigger temples to visit , plenty of interesting architecture to see here well worth... read more

Reviewed 23 November 2017
ChrisThom666
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Penryn, United Kingdom
Amazing

The Royal Palace is in the centre of old Sukothai. This is a large site covering around 160,000... read more

Reviewed 11 January 2017
easterntreker
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Halifax
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23 Nov 2017
“one of the better ones”
10 Jan 2017
“Amazing”
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Sukhothai, Thailand
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Reviewed 23 November 2017

one o the bigger temples to visit , plenty of interesting architecture to see here well worth stopping off for

Thank ChrisThom666
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Reviewed 11 January 2017

The Royal Palace is in the centre of old Sukothai. This is a large site covering around 160,000 square meters containing two main compounds and completely surrounded by a water moat.

Thank easterntreker
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Reviewed 4 March 2016 via mobile

Located near the monument of the king, this wat has no key feature that I could write about. There are no buddhas, stupas, columns at this wat. I did not bother taking any pictures and went back to the meeting place with my tuktuk driver...More

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Reviewed 16 February 2016

awesome temple, inspirational. lovely setting, you can feel the age of this place, lovely grounds, go there

Thank Joni L
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Reviewed 20 August 2015

Located to the north of WAt Mahathat is Wat Mai,it has a brick viham as the main sanctuary, and is in Ayutthaya style, a bronze image of the Buddha under a Naga was found here and is now preserved in the Ramkhamhaeng National Museum located...More

Thank Terry C
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Reviewed 21 November 2013

Kind of off the main path and without much to see, there isn't anything to make this temple ruin stand out. That being said, it is included in the price of admission to Sukhothai Historical Park so you may as well stop by and see...More

Thank KeithK906
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