Orchid Hibiscus Guest House

Address: 407/2, 64210 Old City, Sukhothai, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 407/2, 64210 Old City, Sukhothai.
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      Travel Blogs from Sukhothai

      Visiting Sukhothai

      A travel blog entry by heathercharles on Apr 12, 2014

      1 comment, 35 photos

      ... the old city, which is where the temple ruins are. You can rent bikes to get around so we did that. We got there around 10 AM and lasted until about 2:30. It was over 100 degrees out and there was not much shade so we decided to wrap up a bit early. You'lll see from the pictures that the sights were amazing.

      We got back to ...

      Poor doggies

      A travel blog entry by toby-helen-sea on Jan 13, 2014

      1 photo

      ... in the new part night life isn't amazing a couple restaurants and a bar, we ate had some food at the one bar and Helen swears that her beef was actually dog.
      Killing dogs for meat is apparently illegal in Thailand, and there are several gangs that round up stray dogs and transport them to countries such as Cambodia, Vietnam and China where it is not.
      Anyway the reason that we came to Sukothai was to see the ruins ...

      Riding bicycles at Sukhothai Historical Park

      A travel blog entry by smeelog on Dec 01, 2013

      7 photos

      Ok, so it's no Angkor Wat, but the Sukhotai ruins are very National Trust -- being one of Thailand's most impressive World Heritage sites, and all. The beautifully maintained park includes remains of 21 historical sites and four large ponds, full of water lilies, within the old walls. The most enjoyable way to explore is by bicycle (you create your own wind). ...

      Celebrating Loy Krathong in stunning Sukhothai

      A travel blog entry by peanutspoppy on Nov 13, 2013

      35 photos

      ... lunar month which is usually in November. It originated 700 years ago when the right hand man to the king of the time paid homage to the water goddess. It's purpose is to celebrate the end of the rainy season and is held to pay respect to the spirits of the water (since the river features are normally flooded at this time). Just in front of the Historical Park, we stopped at a rather dusty looking cafe, that was full of old collectibles including old ...

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      The Kitchen area of our bungalow
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      Breakfast banana leaf package, unwrapped
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