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Half-Day Ayutthaya Sunset Bicycle Excursion
"Ayutthaya Sunset Ride is a 3-4 hour bicycle excursion and we explore the former capital of Thailand a UNESCO World Heritage Site at night. After sunset the ruins and temples in the ancient capital are beautifully illuminated by spotlights from the ground contrasting with the pitch-black sky. With the explanations of the guide you can imagine how beautiful Ayutthaya’s temples and how powerful the Thai kings of Ayutthaya were before its destruction by the Burmese army in 1767. As soon as we have selected a bicycle we ride to the pier where we board a ferry to cross the P the most famous local market in Ayutthaya. We then cycle along Chankasem Palace nowadays a National Museum
From THB1,100.00
 
Thailand's Ayutthaya Temples and River Cruise from Bangkok
"The Unesco World Heritage site of Ayutthaya is 53 miles (85 kilometers) north of Bangkok. Ayutthaya was a thriving Siamese kingdom from 1350 until 1767 when it was captured by the Burmese. Today Ayutthaya is know for its spectacular ruins and temples. Many of its temples are still intact such as Wat Phra Sanphet Wat Mongkhon Bophit Wat Panangcherng and Wat Chai Mongkol known for its large bronze statue of the Reclining Buddha. You will also see the summer palace of King Rama IV with its mixture of Thai
From THB1,913.00
 
Full-Day Floating Market and Ayutthaya Temples Tour from Bangkok
"Every morning boat vendors will cramp in Khlong Damnoen Saduak to sell product from their plantations that vary from fruits to vegetables. Visit during the early morning and take a ride on a row boat to get the real sense of floating market. Then transfer to t an ancient capital and modern city in the Central Plains of Thailand 85 km north of Bangkok.Visit Wat Mahathat the highlights include the octagonal pagoda the plaster base of a Buddha image the medium-size Prang with mural paintings about the life of the Buddha
From $252.00

Most Viewed Restaurants in Sukhothai

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Pai Restaurant

The Pai Restaurant is a excellent place to eat in Sukhothai, Thai and western food in a stylish ambience and even quite reasonable. I had a excellent Peneang curry also very good green curry noodles...
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Poo Restaurant

We tried this restaurant because we had seen other reviews of it and because it was right next to the songthaew stop where you get off when returning from the Old City. The restaurant is owned by a...
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Ruen Thai Guest House

We ate in our hotel restaurant twice. The food was tasty and good. I especially liked the pork wonton, but the chicken curry was very good, too. We washed it all down with some excellent bottles of...
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Cafes

There was a whole row of little cafes, restaurants along the main road that lead to the entrance to the old city. We tried two of them for drinks and snacks and found them very pleasant. We were under...
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Turban Bistro

Turban Bistro is the restaurant of a hotel about 15 minutes' walk from the old town. It serves Indian and Thai food (and steak according to the sign, but it wasn't on the menu). It doesn't feel like a...
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Kacha

Kacha is one of the string of small cafes on the road to the Sukhothai historic site. All of these cafes seem to have the same menu printed outside, so we picked Kacha due to proximity rather than...
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Coffee Cup

The ice coffee taste really good though a tad bit sweet. They serve good mango and tangerine juice.The menu is as thick as the sukhothai telephone directory. So whatever you desire; local thai or...
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Ban Thai Guesthouse

Actually this place was called out by The Lonely Planet as their pick for a budget accomodation. But i noted their recommendation for the restaurant.unfortunately, I only have one tummy. So i gave Ban...
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Poo Restaurant

The Poo Restaurant was picked by the The Lonely PLanet as the recommended eating place. It is located in New Sukhothai right out on the main street. It blends in the surrounding shops so if you are...
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The Tharaburi Resort Cafe

My complain about cafes in Sukhothai is that they bend backwards to please the western palate at the detriment of taste.Having travelled around Thailand quite a bit and with great thai restaurants in...
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Coffee Cup

This place is located along the main road in Old Sukhothai, just before you go around the corner where the main entrance into the Sukhothai Historical Park is. There's a few other similar places...
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Central Zone restaurants

When you’re in the Old City there’s no point in going back to the New Skuhothai to eat lunch. Near the Central Zone there are many fine restaurants to choose from. Some definitely cater to westerners,...
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Khun Tanode

This is a nice laid back riverside restaurant. Certainly it’s a great place to grab some food and a drink or two, but might not be the most exciting place to spend your whole night. Menus are in...
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No idea of the name!

This open little corner cafe was across the street from our hotel - the Riverview - and it was clean, well priced and owner had good English and good food! Beers were plentiful and cool, and we found...
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Top Hotels in Sukhothai

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214 Moo 3 Muangkao, Muang, Sukhothai, 64210, Thailand
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181/20 Soi Pracharoumit, Jarodwithithong Road, Sukhothai, 64000, Thailand
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11/3 Srisomboon Road, Thani,Muang, Sukhothai, Thailand
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122/1501 Maeramphan Rd, Sukhothai, Thailand
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10 Moo 4, Banlum, Sukhothai, 64000, Thailand
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170 Ratchathanee Street, Sukhothai, Thailand
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Top Things to Do in Sukhothai

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Night Market

The Sukhothai nightmarket is not concentrated on one spot like in most Thai town but spread out over a large part of the Jarodvithi Thong Road, from the Yom river west until the Shell petrol...
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Old Sukhothai

(Old) Sukhothai was the first capital of Thailand, founded in the 13. century but allready replaced by Ayuthaya in the 14. century. Get there by Songthaw from the bus terminal or the city center, 12...
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Wat Mahathat

In my opinion this was the most beautiful wat in Sukhothai. This was once the religious and political centre of the Kingdom of Sukhothai. It is a wonderful place to wander with its large standing...
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Wat Phrapai Luang

After Wat Mahathat I thought this was the most beautiful and most interesting of Sukhothai's wats. This wat is one of Sukhothai's oldest. It was originally built by the Khmers as a Hindhu temple. You...
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Wat Si Chum

This shrine costs 100 baht to enter. The ticket also covers entry to Wat Phra Phai Luang. This wat consists of a square building known as a mondop. Inside the mondop is a huge 15m Buddha image. The...
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Potter's Kilns

We took a walk along the picturesque moat to have a look at the potter's kilns. Not hugely exciting but I guess it makes a change from wats and the walk was pleasant enough. You can still see the...
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thedouglas

"Temples and Monks"
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Mikebb

"The Ancient Capital"
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Mahieu

"Ancient ruins and quiet village"
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easterntrekker

"The Dawn of happiness"
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pattayaraj

"Sukhothai"
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