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A bit away from the main park, but worth the ride. There is a 300m footpath up to the wat, don't attempt this if it's been raining.
The statue is in fair condition, and the views over Sukhothai are good.
...the bike ride here and back was kind of a heart attack. Glad I got the exercise though. This is the area I paid my third and final 100 baht entrance fee. Actually very glad I came as there are numerous small little sites aside...More
I visited here around 3 in the afternoon. It was very hot walking up to the shrine but had lovely views back over the old city from there.
It's a little bit out of the old city, and you need to pay for another ticket...More
This Wat is set a little way out of the main park but only a few minutes by bicycle. There is a pretty steep climb up a rocky staircase to the Wat which boasts a splendid standing Buddha and great views. Worth the exertion.
A tuk tuk will cost about 200 baht round trip, plus an extra 100baht entry fee. The Buddha is on a hill, with a stone trail leading up. Most should be able to make the walk. I have a neurological problem with no depth perception,...More
Can genuinely say being here for sunrise is truly magical. The whole of Sukhothai historical park and the surrounding countryside are well worth a visit, sunrise here is the sublime icing on a very decent cake
The temple is quite far from Sukhothai and is located on a high hill making it both difficult to visit and difficult to access once you reach it. There are no steps and the temple can only be reached by climbing a steep stone path....More
It is far from the Royal city. You may arrive by bike or tuk-tuk (tuk-tuk is perhaps, the best option as it could be very hot and humid. You have to buy a 100 Baht ticket. You have to climb 300 meters. It is not...More
I hiked up for about 300 meters from the road, on a stone path, to the hill top and began to see a spectacular Buddha standing up there. From there, you can look down and see beautiful rice fields and villages. Luckily, I went up...More