Sukhothai Hotel

15/5 Singhawat Rd., Amphur Muang , Sukhothai, 64000, Thailand | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Sukhothai

Road Trip Day 2 Sukhothai

A travel blog entry by sumac


... served with the coffee.
We pack and leave for our next destination, Sukhothai. Jamie had opted for a longer lie so on the way we stopped for coffee. The roadside places are more rustic here and it was a surprise to find a Canadian man at the coffee place we'd stopped at. He was rather tall, mid 60's, wearing a grubby Tshirt covered in drips and dribble and his teeth hadn't seen a toothbrush in a long while. However the coffee on offer was to be made fresh from the bean. ...

Loy Krathong and Candle Festival - Sukhothai

A travel blog entry by alexstone


... came to life. Amongst the temples their were free shows ranging from traditional Thai dancing which was incredibly beautiful to music and fighting shows with a variety of different weapons. While wandering around you could spend time enjoying the entertainment or you could peruse the hundreds of stalls set up selling everything from food to ornaments. Along the walkways and around the central pond vendors were selling their beautifully handmade Loy Krathong. The Loy ...

Celebrating Loy Krathong in stunning Sukhothai

A travel blog entry by peanutspoppy


... and vintage crockery. Full of such charm and the only visible English sign was a black board bearing the daily specials of Sukhothai curry and mango juice. The people were so welcoming and it really felt like we were in their front room. Overrun with so many western visitors, the owners simply present you with a sheet of paper with translated dishes and you simply tick which one you would like! In true kitsch style there was also coffee mate on the ...

Thailand's Historical City

A travel blog entry by mattycollins16


... amongst the ruins. We cycled past the usual market stalls and stopped at Wat Traphang Thong to see the Buddha's footprint. Disappointingly this monument was literally an oversized footprint in a slab of concrete decorated with gold leaf. I can't argue with the description of the monument but I did expect more and unless Buddha is very flat footed with all toes of equal length, it's not an accurate depiction either. After grabbing a quick snack in a quaint little coffee house, ...

I can feel the devil walking next to me

A travel blog entry by 101days


... the city is an old city-state called Patan. Maybe a few years ago there was a strip of land between the two cities but now one just blends right into the other with just a dirty river to separate them. Patan's where it's at if you want to see some old Nepali buildings and temples. We wandered around the old palace and the temples for a couple of hours, the people seemed really friendly and relaxed in Patan. We also did a day trip out to asia's largest Stupa ...


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