Sukhothai Orchid Hotel

Address: 43 Singhawat Rd. , Sukhothai, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 43 Singhawat Rd. , Sukhothai.
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      Three days in Sukhothai

      A travel blog entry by wattsy on Jan 01, 2015

      3 comments, 17 photos

      ... yoghurt and taro bread, washed down with a bottle of water, and accompanied by a small croissant that the bus attendant had given us, along with sachets of coffee, sugar and creamer, but no hot water! Taro bread was new to both of us but it was surprisingly nice.

      We both had aisle seats so didn't have the greatest view out of the windows, but what we did see seemed fairly repetitive, rice paddy after rice paddy, interspersed with the occasional banana ...

      Blue Hawai in Sukhothai

      A travel blog entry by stefan79 on Nov 12, 2014

      24 photos

      ... I really should start exploring ruins of Old Sukhothai - a UNESCO Heritage site and the reason I came here. Fighting off some Tuk Tuk driver I found the local songtrow bus for the 15km journey. The Sukhothai Historical Park is divided into five areas, and you pay entrance for each bit (well, only 100 baht). For the three hours I had there I thought no need to get a bike, and focused on the central area - the largets and probably most important one. The ruins are impressive, and ...

      309 Steps, A Monk and A Motor bike

      A travel blog entry by vincentteschel on Nov 06, 2014

      55 photos

      ... the ancient ritual of pain respect to the water spirits. Like all things these days it has become a huge event, celebrated all over the country and floating paper lights fly everywhere lighting up the night sky. Except in Bangkok because flight regulations do not allow it.

      We took our nice Tuk-Tuk the next morning to the bus station to buy our tickets for later then he also took us the 20 minutes to Old Sukhothai so we could see the ancient city and the festival. He ...

      Time On Our Hands or Not

      A travel blog entry by agbucks on Sep 25, 2014

      5 photos

      ... 1238. It remained so during the 13 & 14 Centuries. Si Satchanalai was the site of many important monasteries and became the spiritual centre of the kingdom whereas Kamphaeng Phet, located further south was important strategically as a military base to defend against the hostile Burmese.

      *The Kingdom of Sukhothai has given a considerable legacy to modern Thailand:

      - the dykes, roads, canals built at that time are still used by local people ...

      7 hour journey and the meeting of the Thai Jay-Z

      A travel blog entry by ladyboy-dodger on May 09, 2014

      3 photos

      ... way. We enjoyed his company and the knowledge he was giving us about his heritage and culture. He did in fact help us and we got on a nice Air conditioned coach for the remainder of the journey. We arrived in late after the help from the Thai Jay-Z and had a quick bite to eat in very remote area of Thailand. We are getting many looks as we wondered to get some food in Suckothai as we were quite clearly out of towners, but that may be because of the pink shorts I was ...