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Historical Park
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Historical Park
World Heritage of UNESCO, the Sukhothai Historical Park is a great testimony of the glorious past of Thailand. First capital of the country from the twelfth to the fourteenth century, Sukhothai was the first truly independent kingdom of Thailand. The park covers an area of 70m2, with nearly a hundred more or less large sites that can be visited.
Sukhothai Historical Park is divided into three separate but adjoining areas. The central area, the most visited and probably the most interesting, the North Zone with Wat Si Chum and its huge stone sitting Buddha and the West Zone, rarely visited where the most significant temple is Wat Saphan Hin and its standing Buddha.
Often visitors only go in the central sector but if you have time, go at least to see Wat Si Chum in the north sector. Its huge stone sitting Buddha is said to be the largest in Thailand. It would be a shame to come here and miss this temple!
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Practical information about Sukhothai Historical Park

Open from 6 am until 18h and he proposes to pay a ticket for each of the 3 park areas. Each ticket costs 100 baht (ticket for the three sectors has been canceled by the government) and 10 extra baths if you come with a bicycle. Bicycles can be rent opposite to main entrance.
There are guesthouses near Sukhothai Historical Park (see here) and a Wintour agency 50m from the entrance on the road leading to the park where you can book your bus tickets.

To go visit Sukhothai Historical Park, you can also book one of the tours above.

How to get to Sukhothai Historical Park ?

A bus that leaves New Sukhothai every 20 minutes on Jarodvithi Thong Road 30m from Poo Restaurant. Fare: 30 THB
Some buses from Bangkok stop directly in front of the Historical Park. Buses 965 and 155 for example. If you are in a hurry, you can leave your suitcase at the bike rental shop, visit the park and get back in bus 155 to go to Chiang Mai.

Some tours going Sukhothai Historical Park

Historical Park Sunset Bicycle Tour

Historical Park Sunset Bicycle Tour

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Visit Sukhothai Historical Park by bike in the afternoon and end up admiring the sunset over its magnificent monuments!

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