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Situated in north-central Thailand, Sukhothai was founded in the 13th century and became the first Thai Kingdom. The city flourished during the 13th to 14th century, establishing Sukhothai as a powerful kingdom rivalling that of Angkor.
The remains of the old kingdom, featuring close to 193 historical sites, are enclosed within a 70 square kilometre UNESCO World Heritage Historical Park. The historical park is divided into several different zones, interspersed with trees and ponds, and can be leisurely explored by foot or bicycle.
|Bangkok||1hr 20min flight|
|Chiang Mai||4hr 15min drive|
The Sukhothai Historical Park is home to hundreds of ancient artefacts and historical ruins
Loy Kratong or 'light festival' is one of the most popular festivals in Sukhothai
View of Wat Sa Phi, one of the most beautiful locations next to a lotus pond
Wat Traphang Thong located within the historical park is known to house Buddha's footprint