Things to see and do - Si Satchanalai
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Si Satchanalai :
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Si Satchanalai Travel guide
Si Satchanalai : Michelin's recommendations
Coming from the direction of Sukhothai, you will usually approach Si Satchanalai via the village of Chaliang which lies on the banks of the River Yom. The “historical park”, a UNESCO World Heritage Site which is home to a large number of archaeological ruins, including an impressive collection of white chedi, lies in a delightful setting a little further on. Continue to the potters’ village of Pa Yang. Here numerous shops sell the renowned Sangkhalok ceramics which have made this town famous around the world.
Tourist attractions Si Satchanalai : Things to see and do
Pratu Dom Laem T - Si Satchanalai
Just as impressive as its neighbour Sukhothai, the old city of Si Satchanalai (a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1990) suddenly appears out of the forest on the right bank of the River Mae Nam Yom. In a more peaceful setting than Sukhothai, it conta..
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Similar to the one in Sukhothai, this Sri Lankan-style bell-shaped chedi in the middle of the temple rests on a base supported by 36 elephants, which give the temple its name Wat Chang Lom. Despite the inscription which attributes the temple to King ..
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With a tall spire shaped like a lotus bud, this chedi is typical of Sukhothai art. Within the Wat Chedi Chet Thaeo complex there are no fewer than seven rows of chedi, which, despite the ravages of time, have retained their stucco decor. These monume..
Hotels Si Satchanalai
139 Moo 2, Sisatchanalai, Sukhothai T - Sawankhalok
Sakthong Resort is located within 1-hr drive from Sukhothai Historical Park. It offers clean and comfortable rooms with air-conditioning. The resort is equipped with free Wi-Fi in public areas. Free private parking is possible on site. The resort is..
231 Moo 5, Si Satchanalai, Sukhothai T - Ban Pa Yang