Sukhothai Tourism in Thailand
Sukhothai is the Kingdom in Thailand with a civilizations religion, art and architecture are very classic and one of the ancient sites. Sukhothai was the capital of Thailand from 1238 till 1438, and is a UNESCO World Heritage site and is filled with the ruins of the Royal palaces, Buddhist temples and historic monuments. As the first capital of Thailand, Sukhothai flourished from the 11th century ke13 from the late 14th century. For many tourists, the ancient history of Thailand involving travel to Ayutthaya. They see some of the ruins of the demolished for other travelers. About 450 km from Bangkok and this market is very interesting. With a relaxed atmosphere and friendly and a good transportation, with attractive accommodation make it a good base for exploring the old city ruins. It can also be visited via a day trip from Phitsanulok.
Protection of the territory was first announced in the Royal Gazette on June 6, 1962. In 1976 the restoration project was approved, and in July 1988, the Park was officially opened. On December 12, 1991, it was declared a world heritage site as part of the historic town of Sukhothai and Associated historic towns together with the associated historic Parks in Kamphaeng Phet and Si Satchanalai. The city walls form a rectangle about 2 km East-West and 1.7 km North-South. There are 193 ruins on 70 square kilometers of land. There is a gate in the center of each wall. Inside are the remains of the Royal Palace and temples around 27, it sees thousands of visitors each year, who admired the ancient Buddha figures, building a place for temples which have been destroyed. And easily get around by bicycle or even on foot. If you want to enjoy the Sukhothai you must walk or rent a bike to see the picturesque scenery. This place is perfect to see how important the statues which had long been built but still durable and still going strong. Sukhothai is indeed interesting all what’s more on the visit at the beginning of this year and it is very crowded at all.