| Sukhothai Province is certainly the most enchanting tourist spot in Thailand.
Acknowledged by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site, Sukhothai is situated on the lower northern region of the country. It is an ancient region famous for its magnificent temples,
splendid monuments and amazing environs. Sukhothai has a rich history and
traditions and was one of the most powerful, religious and prosperous kingdoms
during ancient times.
Si Satchanalai National Park :
Located 100 kilometers from the town of Sukhothai is one of the most picturesque locations in the entire Sukhothai province known as Si Satchanalai National Park. Spread over an area of around 300 acres, Si Satchanalai National Park is present in Amphoe Si Satchanalai and Amphoe Thung Saliam of Sukhothai province. The Government of Thailand declared this area as a national park on 8 May, 1981. More...
Sri Satchanalai Historical Park :
Located on the banks of Yom River in Sukhothai province is one of the valuable representation of ancient human life called as the Satchanalai Historical Park. Declared by UNESCO as a world heritage site, Satchanalai Historical Park houses some of the ancient remnants and relics depicting human life, their culture and traditions during Sukhothai and Ayutthaya periods.
Situated 50 kilometer north of Sukhothai city, Satchanalai Historical Park is spread over an area of almost 800 acres and it is located on the outskirts of Si Satchanalai city. Major attractions include ruins of various temples and kilns. Some important temples present inside the park are Wat Chang Lom, More..