The Legendha Sukhothai Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Legendha Sukhothai Resort
Beautiful rooms. Fabulous pool. Nice dinner and show at night. Loved the frogs that came out at night. Friendly staff. Cool ruins close by. Overall very happy we stayed here.
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Travel Blogs from Sukhothai
... our new good tradition. First we go to the local market to buy some sweets and fruits to give to monks. This market is very alive and colorful with a big variety of foods. We try a local dish, Bak-kut-teh, a pig dark soup, hot and spicy. Perfect option for breakfast.
We ride tuk tuk that has its own unique design specific to this area. We do some sightseeing around the town and are surprised to ...
... started chatting to a local who couldn't be more friendly, we discussed our different cultures through his broken English and my poor- probably so poor it could've been offensive- Thai phrase book to ask simple questions like "kun chèu à-rai?" which he responded to straight away with "my name is Meo". Shocked at getting a result from my Thai I decided to go for another, this time it didn't have the same effect and I struggled to find out what his job was. We ...
... the old city, which is where the temple ruins are. You can rent bikes to get around so we did that. We got there around 10 AM and lasted until about 2:30. It was over 100 degrees out and there was not much shade so we decided to wrap up a bit early. You'lll see from the pictures that the sights were amazing.
We got back to ...
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Religion and Culture
Thailand is primarily a Buddhist country. The local Temple (called a Wat) is a very important part of each community and is cared for by the community. Early every morning you will see Monks walking around with large Alms Bowls. It is at this time that the community members ...
... where monks go to learn. We were the only foreigners in the place. We spent a few hours there feeding turtles, catfish and doves. We talked with a monk who Taught us about his religion and meditation. He wanted to practice his English and we had a million questions so it was a great trade off. We said good bye to the lovely laid back atmosphere and took a bus to a city called Sukhothai. It is a miserable place. The people are rude, ...