VIDEO: The First Capital of Thailand, Sukhothai Historical Park

Welcome Back to Sukhothai, the Kingdom of Siam!

Sukhothai Historical Park is situated in northern Thailand about a 4 . You will find more than several temples, a palace, 193 ruins and also the biggest one being Wat Mahatat.

The best time to come is about 9am. It requires three hours to observe the historical park. You’re able to pay an extra 50 baht, you can walk and It’s possible to rent a bike and bring your car. Follow me through Sukhothai!

Wat Si Chum the most visited monument in Sukhothai Historical Park. 

The buddha which you see measures over 50ft in height and 30 feet wide. The title of this buddha is Phra Acana which means. The ideal time come is in the morning, it is an excess fee since it’s outside the city walls.

In case you’ve got an excess day in Sukhothai I suggest you visit with it is sister city of Si Satchanalai. It’s also a UNESCO World Heritage Site. What you can visit below are over buddhist shrines, 300 destroys and temples dating back to the 13th century.

I advise you stop by the shrine of Wat Phra Si Ratana Mahathat. It’s located outside the historical park that dates back to 1237 A.D.. Here you can observe standing columns plus a buddha.

Can you enjoy the Sukhothai Historical Park?

VIDEO: The First Capital of Thailand, Sukhothai Historical Park

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