Pin Pao Guesthouse
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPin Pao Guesthouse Sukhothai
Our stay at the PinPao was nothing to be remembered for a long time but still it was a good and enjoyable accomodation. We liked the short distance to the historical park of Sukhothai and the room was very clean and big enough. Already before booking we have read about the hard mattresses and there is no other way to name them. The bed was very big but indeed quite hard, though nicely decorated with a big amount of pillows. Since we just stayed two nights it was very much ok but think about the beds if you want to stay there for a longer time.
+ a really lovely and tasty breakfast
+ nice pool and relaxation zone behind the house
+ good position close to the old city
+ friendly and helpful staff
- hard beds
- room's window will most likely be towards the hallway
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Travel Blogs from Sukhothai
... empire began to define a cohesive Thai identity by (inter alia) developing a distinctive Thai alphabet.
Traditional Thai historians considered the foundation of the Sukhothai Kingdom as the beginning of their nation because little was known about the kingdoms prior to Sukhothai. Modern historical studies demonstrate that Thai history began before Sukhothai. Yet the foundation of Sukhothai is still a celebrated event.
... fluffy dog out that was absolutely adorable, I swear Scott is trying to get rabies; he goes towards every dog here, I need a pair of reins for him to pull him back every time he goes towards one. He is getting better but still too overly find of the little creatures! That's what I'm missing about home, not being able to go up to a dog and play with them and smooth them without worrying about the possibility of rabies! After breakfast we went to the old city, Sukhothai ...
... a big carnival passing right next to our guesthouse so went out to have a watch. The noise was immense as firecrackers were being set off and people were banging cymbals whilst others were pretending to be a dragon. Some of the dancers were throwing themselves into the firecracker explosions- it looked painful!
... in the afternoon, we got on a bus to Ayutthaya, another 6 hour journey. This bus had A/C but it was too cold and there was no way of controlling it...! Ayutthaya was increasing in importance around the time that Sukhothai was the capital, and in 1378 the armies of the Ayutthaya Kingdom invaded and took control of Sukhothai. For many years after this, Ayutthaya was the most important city in Thailand (took over as the capital city) ...
... the Wats!! Had a quick lunch then headed back to the guesthouse to check out our room. Lovely little garden room in its own self contained hut to the side of the house overlooking the garden. Then proceeded to have an afternoon siesta, we got up and headed out on our bikes again to the north of the park, so tranquil. Then back to town for dinner, An early night as we have been up for over 14hrs and are flagging. More of the same tomorrow. Bike, see temple. bike, see ...