Archive for the 'Sukhothai' Category

Oct 14 2012

Sukhothai in a day

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An eerie stone meditation hut at Wat Khao Phra Bat Noi

One of Thailand’s premier historical parks, UNESCO-listed Sukhothai is conveniently located between Bangkok and Chiang Mai, making it a relatively easy addition to trips with tight time-frames. Here’s how to cover all the highlights of Sukhothai Historical Park’s main central, northern and western zones — plus a little something extra — in a single day. … read the full post

Oct 10 2012

Thailand’s Si Satchanalai in a day

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The new rulers of Si Satchanalai.

Once an important satellite city of the ancient Sukhothai kingdom in north-central Thailand, the ruins of Si Satchanalai lie some 60 kilometres up the Yom River from modern “new” Sukhothai, and a day trip to Si Satch (as it’s known to locals) offers a more low-key atmosphere for exploring the ruins in your own way. … read the full post

Sep 08 2012

Sukhothai’s fantastic food scene

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The perfect traveller's breakfast.

There’s no doubt that Sukhothai‘s centuries-old stone monuments are what attracts a steady stream of travellers year-round, but “new Sukhothai”, the small, modern city 12 kilometres east of the historical park, has an outstanding food scene worth checking out during a visit. Here’s a quick heads up on some of the Sukhothai edibles worth seeking out. … read the full post