After a day exploring the central zone of Sukhothai Historical Park we returned to the park the following day with bikes and a plan to explore the Northern and Western Zones. We accidentally discovered a new bike route which goes from the new city bus station to the Historical park. The route is 15 kmContinue reading “Sukhothai Historical Park and a Bike Ride Along the Mae Ramphan River”
Wat Traphang Thong is centrally located in Sukhothai outside the historical park. The “temple of the golden pond.” is on an island in a small lake. It’s lit at night, very pretty, and a great place to watch the sunset. It is the only one of the ancient temples within the old city walls thatContinue reading “Sukhothai- Wat Traphang Thong and giving Alms to Monks”
We took a bus from Bangkok to Sukhothai. You can also get there by plane or by train although it’s a one hour bus ride to Sukhothai from the train station. We picked the bus because it was cheap and direct. We were told 650 Bht each but we ended up having to pay 850Continue reading “Bangkok to Sukhothai and The Sukhothai Historical Park Central Zone”
This was to be our last day in Bangkok for a while and we had never been to the floating market. We enjoyed our floating market tour in Vietnam so we booked a tour to see the floating market in Damnoen Saduak for 300 Bht each. They were supposed to pick us up at 7:00Continue reading “Bangkok Floating Market Tour and Fancy Dining”
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