Ruean Thai Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRuean Thai Hotel Sukhothai
Lovely exotic style layout. Fabulous collection of decorative antiques. Wooden windows and doors. Nice outdoor restaurant. Location OK for getting to the Historical park. Moto hire for 250b a day well worth it.
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... home as the fruit is much more tasteful and juicy. Today we rent a bike again and just like in Ayuthaya we go biking around to see the various Buddhism and Hinduism monuments in Sukhothai ancient city and surroundings. These temples are from a different time period. It flourished from the mid 13h century to the late 16th century AD. This time is often viewed as the golden age of Thai civilisation. The religious art and architecture of the era are considered to be ...
... enough that you can walk around rather than cycle.
The park wasn't what we had expected, not that we had many preconceptions about it, but it was being used by hundreds of families as a day out, a picnic spot. Many people had driven their cars into the park and drove around on the grass, parked up near the temples. This somewhat detracted from the 'historical ambience'!
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*Since our arrival in Thailand we have been frequently seeing roadside pictures of the King and Queen of Thailand. Not always very realistic photographs, ...
Ok so we've had a nice few days of Bangkok getting a little merry and not really taking things too seriously. The journey yesterday really hit home how much traveling we have got in store and the different types of places we are going to be visiting. We have travelled 8 hours from Bangkok- a 21st century city where there seems to be a lot more modern cars then I had expected, high raised buildings fighting for the limelight from the sky and it looks like they are only just ...
... into the center of new city and walked around the market for a bit. We then each ordered Sukhothai noodles for lunch and shared a plate of fried rice with pineapple. Tonight we plan to go out in new city as the new year festivities will be getting started. One place we plan to stop at is Chopper Bar which is supposed to have a nice vibe.