Sukhothai Historical Park

star4.7 ·
phone+66 55 697 241


Jeremy Holton

I cam't say much to add to previous reviews. I wish we had more time to spend here and to ride around by bike as most people do. Early in the morning the light on the ruins was especially magic and the day was cool. The historical park covers a large area and there are many stalls/shops within the precinct selling things The Emerald Buddha was the most moving of the sites, strange that walling a Buddha in enhances it impact. There is free WiFi at the sites and QR bar-codes link to YouTube videos about the sites although we never actually got them going. Of course there are large numbers of tourists busy taking selfies getting in the way of your photos. You take lots of photos in the delusion that this captures the place when you would be better just sitting for a while and feeling where you are. A must see place but take the time to see it

Pisassom Juntongnim

peaceful and beautiful. suggest to visit on a winter of Thailand and high recommend to come to see here in the morning about 6.00 - 8.00 am.

Pleethum Triyakasem

Must visit as Thailand leading historical park. There are three main separate parks within the main area. The area is very large so suggest using a vehicle on bicycles. Do arrive in the morning because it can be very hot during the day.

Leif Alnes

Been there a lot of times, beautiful place to be. And specially in Loi Krathong and Candle Festival is a must.

Christopher Hanna

Very beautiful and fascinating park with a lot of history
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