The main attraction of Sukhothai is the Si Satchanalai Historical Park. It has been preserved by the government of Thailand with the cooperation of international aid.
Sukhothai has various temples like Wat Phra Sri Rattana Mahathat, Wat Si Sawai, Wat Mahathat Sukhothai and others which throw light on its rich cultural past and heritage.
Tourists can also explore the ruins in Old Sukhothai by bicycle. Route maps are easily available in the museum or the rental shops. There is a Buddha temple with three Lopburi-styles prangs in the southwest part of Sukhothai which attracts tourists.
Every Saturday, the nightlife outside the Historical Park becomes alive with handicrafts, cultural shows, foods, music and lights.
For food lovers, Thai dishes like sweet and sour chicken, pork, Thai curry with beef, baby corn chicken or beef, and sour pork, shrimp with green vegetables, padthai noodles, etc. are served in the restaurants of Sukhothai. Street food items like satays and kebabs are available in the night market.
Shoppers will be attracted by the pottery work, wood carvings and the hand knotted sweaters, shawls and carpets of different ranges.
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