Bells at Wat Phra That Doi Suthep, Chiang Mai, Thailand

Wat Phra That Doi Suthep Thailand

The bells of Wat Phra That Doi Suthep Wat Phra That Doi Suthep is one of the most popular places to visit in North Thailand’s capital of Chiang Mai. Located on top of a nearby hilltop the wat attracts thousands of tourists a year. That’s said I’ve never felt it to be overcrowded. Then again …

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Wat Mahathat, Sukhothai at night, Thailand – photograph

Wat Mahathat, Sukothai Temples at night, Thailand

Sukhothai’s most impressive temple at night I previously wrote about Sukhothai’s temples at night. They are impressive. Of all of them this one of Wat Mahathat is perhaps the best. While Thailand’s beaches often get the most attention there’s so much to the Kingdom of a thousand smiles than just sand and sea. Sukhothai to …

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Wat Sra Sri & the lesser known temples of Sukhothai Historial Park

Wat on Khao, Sukhothai, Thailand

Unknown & lesser visited temples of Sukhothai Historical Park Most of the big impressive temples have already been covered in my guide to Sukhothai Historical Park. They are all really worth visiting as obligatory – must sees. But what of the others that you’ll walk by on the way? Those large brick chedi’s, broken wats …

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How long should I stay in Sukhothai? (The never ending sunset)

Rice Padi, Sukhothai, Thailand

Sukhothai offers me a place to simply enjoy // I’m a little behind due to the Nepal earthquakes so I’m just going to pick up in Sukhothai where I left off. When I first came to Sukhothai I was unsure about how long I would stay. It all depended on the temples. If they were …

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Wat Sangkawat – two lonely hidden temples

Wat Phra Phai Luang, Sukhothai, Thailand

Wat Sangkawat is worth a visit for the solitude Sukhothai has many grand temples. Most look clean, neat and well kept for near on 400 year old buildings. On the outskirts of Sukhothai you will find various ruins that are no more than bricks or broken stone blocks. Not so exciting. There are however two somewhat …

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