Trip to the dreamy ruins of Sukhothai

Thailand

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The colonnade leads to a large statue of Buddha. A lotus shaped temple tower stands behind it. The roof and walls of the temple ruin are missing. It’s late afternoon and everything around you is peaceful. Three monks wearing orange gowns arrive at the statue to pray. The Buddha smiles benevolently.


The ruined city of Sukhothai is Thailand’s most spectacular cultural site. Thais consider the Sukhothai Kingdom, which peaked in the 13th and 14th centuries, as the cradle of their civilisation. The kingdom developed the Thai alphabet and the statues of the Sukhothai period are the most sophisticated in Thailand’s history.


The ruins are surrounded by green rice fields and quiet countryside. Sukhothai has been preserved as charmingly idyllic, as it is located in Central Thailand, outside the busiest tourist trails. However, it’s within easy reach by plane. The prices of hotels and restaurants are very reasonable.


Sukhothai is a great destination and a gateway into Thailand’s history and genuine Thai culture.

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