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Smaller than ayuthaya, but surely as beautiful

Well maintained park with nice green and impressive sites. Not to big, but not small. You can visit... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
eric v
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Knokke, Belgium
Great Day Trip

We took the WinTour Bus to Si Satchanalai (45THB) and it took about an hour from the New Sukhothai... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
T S
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Jupiter, Florida
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Located on the banks of the Yom River, the ruins of this ancient town that was formerly called “Muang Chaliang” contains more than 134 monuments from the past.
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Sukhothai, Thailand
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+66 55 679 211
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Well maintained park with nice green and impressive sites. Not to big, but not small. You can visit by foot, hop in- hop off bus, electric car, bicycle or tuktuk with driver.

Thank eric v
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We took the WinTour Bus to Si Satchanalai (45THB) and it took about an hour from the New Sukhothai Bus Station. We rented bikes from the man at the bus stop (50THB). Easy bike ride to the park. We only saw 8 people there the...More

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Reviewed 30 April 2018

We spent 5 days in Sukhothai and went here for one of them. The place is amazing. Truly as good as, if not better than Sukhothai. Though it is different - much more lush and quiet. It's an amazing place. A great feel about it....More

1  Thank Rusty v
Reviewed 28 April 2018

Rode the 50 kms to here from Uttaradit, I found this site better than Sukhothai Park, and the structures more intact. The information at each of the temples/buildings was informative with each site named and QR Coded for mobile phone links. Roughly 14th Century the...More

1  Thank RoryE
Reviewed 16 April 2018

This place doesn't get as many visitors as Sukhothai, as it's much farther off the beaten track. In fact, when we got there with our kids we were the only farangs "non-Thai" people there! The ruins are lovely and in a beautiful green setting. The...More

Thank Rachel B
Reviewed 13 March 2018

Si Satchanalai Historical Park just take around 60mins drive form Sukhothai Town by private car to north. This is beautiful Heritage Park have bicycle rental for tourist i would like you to have comfortable walking shoes for this. The Heritage Park is very big spend...More

Thank Maturot K
Reviewed 6 March 2018

Only a few tourists who visit Sukhothai will go to the nearby historic town of Si Satchanalai. They do not regret it. Satchanalai is a wonderful place. A number of historical monuments from the 13th to the 16th century will enchant every visitor. Besides, the...More

1  Thank Jan P
Reviewed 6 March 2018

Amazing visit in Si Satchanalai Historical Park Really appreciated the quietness and the no-car visit. Riding a bike is really the best way to explore this. The area is very well maintained.

1  Thank Marie-Cécile C
Reviewed 4 March 2018

Very well preserved and beautiful at sunset. The expressions on the Buddha statues are very striking. Must visit

Thank Gurukohli
Reviewed 3 March 2018 via mobile

It was surreal exploring ancient ruins there. I rode my bicycle there and it was so fun. There weren’t many tourists when I was there so it felt so personal and magical. Walking on ancient steps is a feeling you must experience , you could...More

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Response from Rusty v | Reviewed this property |
The path around the park is level and flat, put you won't be able to get into the actual temples, nor the mountain top. The path goes right next to the ruins though. And it's beautiful. Go for it!
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