VIDEO: The First Capital of Thailand, Sukhothai Historical Park

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VIDEO: The First Capital of Thailand, Sukhothai Historical Park

Sukhothai Historical Park is situated approximately a 4 in northern Thailand . There are more than several temples, a palace, 193 ruins and also also the biggest one being Wat Mahatat.

The best time to come is about 9am. It requires three hours to see the entire park. It’s possible to rent a bicycle, you can walk and you’ll be able to pay an extra 50 baht and even bring your car. Follow me!

VIDEO: The First Capital of Thailand, Sukhothai Historical Park

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

VIDEO: The First Capital of Thailand, Sukhothai Historical Park

The buddha which you see measures in 30 feet wide and height over 50ft. The title of the buddha is Phra Acana which means the one that is not afraid. The ideal time come is in the early hours, it’s an extra fee because it is outside the city walls.

I advise you to see it’s sister town of Si Satchanalai When you’ve got an extra evening in Sukhothai. It’s also a UNESCO World Heritage Site. What you could go here are over buddhist shrines, 300 destroys and temples dating back to the 13th century.

I suggest you go to the major shrine of Wat Phra Si Ratana Mahathat. It is found outside the historic park that dates back to 1237 A.D.. Here you may see a buddha along with free standing columns.

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