About Sukhothai

The glory of this ancient kingdom lies not merely in the stories immortalized only in historical records. What exists stands as evidence of the origins of thai classical art in these provinces an outcome of the exchange and combination of craftsmanship aestheics with the surrounding kingdoms resulting in a Buddhist art that reflects a sens of serenity and simplicity that can be beautiful without any need for ostentation.

Directions Take the Bangkok-Ayutthaya-Sing Buri-NakhonSawan-Phitsanulok-Sukhothai route. Sukhothai and Sri Satchanalai Historical Parks are 12 and 122 kilometres from the city centre respectively. The total distance from Bangkok is approximately 450 Kilometres.

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