Ruean Thai Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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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Travel Blogs from Sukhothai
... even decided to try a local treat, durian ice cream. Orla had to sit upwind of him as he ate it.
One express train later, and we were in Phitsanulok, further north. We’d stopped here because the town of Sukhothai is less than 2 hours away, and this was the capital from the 1100’s to the 1300’s, and we wanted to see if the buildings looked any different. It’s easy to get to the old town of Sukhothai for a day trip, as ...
... to Sukhothai - we were in first class which was amazing. Unfortunately our room was so hot. I do not think the aircon works and it's 35 degrees... We had a small lie in (until 8am) and then caught our 'limousine' (truck) to the town centre where we looked around the market and saw, much to our delight, pigs heads. At the temple across the river we made a wish, shook some sticks, and were presented with a number in response to said wish. Mine was the best saying that ...
... suddenly opened up to reveal a sea of crop fields being harvested by hand (in this heat!?!) and in the background rose green tree covered hills. The whole view was a mixture of greens, browns and blues all softened by the haze. This is what I had been waiting to see, and in my mind not city scape or golden Wat will ever compare. I just had to stop and take it in before I got the camera ...
... bit lucky, as it was cloudy the whole day. Still hot, but at least I did 't have to deal with the sun. Optimistic I headed off for the northern part. Well, to my surprise it cointained only one ruin, a nice one, but only one. But I read something about a big sitting buddha statue? Have I managed to miss it? That would have been very very impressive. So I cycled towards the next section, and there I saw sign about another ruin, and just followed some other cyclists. And here I found ...
... comedic and I gave him a carton of milk as a tip. That may seem weird, but some are uncomfortable with tips afraid it will raise tourism costs, and he looked thirsty so there ya go. Sukhothai is a very historic city and has some amazing architecture for its temples. This and Ayutthaya, the next city, have more of an ancient outdoor worship temple feel versus interior filled with halls and ornate decorations. They are more like ancient ruins. After seeing many temples over the past ...