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From Vientiane to Sukhothai

by Sevsa

I'm coming from Vientiane, Laos going to Sukhothai, Thailand and I was wondering what the best way to do this by land. My guess is to take transport over the border to Nong Khai and then to take the train or bus to Khon Kaen. However I haven't been able to find any info about buses between Khon Kaen and Sukhothai. Anyone know about this or a better way to go between these two places? Thanks

Re: From Vientiane to Sukhothai

by ajayandaman

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Re: From Vientiane to Sukhothai

by jrs1234

Hi -

Your best bet is probably to travel via Phitsanulok - according to my LP guide you can get there from both Udon Thani and Khon Kaen. Once you get to Phitsanulok, you can change buses and the trip to Sukhothai should take you another hour.

Hope this helps...

Cheers,

Jeremy

Re: Re: From Vientiane to Sukhothai

by Sevsa

Thanks that gives me a good idea about how to do it.

Re: Re: From Vientiane to Sukhothai

by riproy

Hi,
Jeremy is right. Nakhonchai Air buses make this run. They only run a couple of times a day and it takes a while but they are air con and quite comfortable. I have taken the Khon Kaen - Chiangrai run - they all pass thru P'lok. Make sure you book a seat in advance or you will be standing.
Have fun.

Travel Tips for Sukhothai

Information about the Monuments

by volopolo

Information about the Monuments

Near to Monument of King Ramkhamhaeng the Great located a small information center. You can read for all the monuments in the historical parks. Languages: in English and Thai.


Information
Location: Near to Monument of King Ramkhamhaeng the Great
Last visit: September 2009
Province: Sukhothai


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First Photo: Information about the Monuments
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Third Photo: Plan with Information about the Monuments
Fourth Photo: Map of Sukhothai Historical Park
Fifth Photo: Information about the Monuments

Sukhothai has an amazing...

by luciano

Sukhothai has an amazing historical city, included in the Unesco world heritage list. I had the impression there of being rather off the beaten path, as the foreign tourists where few and the new city is so small.

The North Zone

by Mr.Sparkle

Once you’re done seeing the Central Zone head north to the North Zone. It only a short ride, maybe 5 minutes. Check out Wat Phra Phai Luang, one of the oldest structures in the old city. Also in the North Zone is Wat Sri Chum, housing Skuhothai largest Buddhist statue, roughtly 15m high and 11m in width.

The North Zone is the most expensive of the areas to visit because there are several places that require an entrance fee. You might end up spending upwards of 100 Bath, but really that’s like $3 so it’s no bid deal.

Wat Phra Phai Luang - The best

by easterntrekker

This is amazing . It compared to the best I've seen in the world . I was truly awe struck. It is so beautiful and huge!!

This is the best place to start your tour and it's the first Wat you'll see when you enter the park. We noticed the Buddha Images and Monk-images, are in walking position. this is typical of the Sukhotthai era.

There's alot to take in . There are 200 chedis in the compound and towering above a much revered and photographed Lotus - bud chedi.

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Wat Mahathat

by gib157

Wat Mahathat is the most famous of the Sukhothai sites, and rightly so. The walls enclose a labyrinth of temples, buddha images and chedis, all beautiful. When I was there a group of school children were running around and hiding from each other in the ruins.

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