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Wat Traphang Ngoen

Wat Traphang Ngoen contains a vihan (assembly hall) and a Sukhothai style main chedi with a lotus bud-shaped anda that sits in the east-west alignment.

Wat Sri Sawai

  Wat Sri Sawai is known for its three prangs with excellent exterior stucco decorations and its banyan tree.   Wat Sri Sawai is the most Khmer-styled temple remaining at Sukhothai. This temple was originally built for the worship of the Hindu gods and was later transformed into a Buddhist temple. This temple is demarcated...Read More

Wat Chetuphon

Wat Chetuphon in Sukhothai is known for its tall stucco bas-reliefs of standing and walking Buddhas and the thick enclosure wall made of bluish-gray slate.

Wat Mahathat

Wat Mahathat, the best and largest ruins in Sukhothai, consists a main chedi, assembly hall, ordination hall, 200 smaller chedis and two 8m standing Buddhas

Wat Saphan Hin

Wat Saphan Hin, Sukhothai, is known for its 12-meter-high standing Buddha image overlooking the plains as well as a great spot for viewing stunning sunrise.

Dawn of Happiness IS Sukhothai, Thailand

The meaning of Sukhothai means “Dawn of Happiness”. Sukhothai houses two historical ruins: the Sukhothai and Si Satchanalai, which are listed under UNESCO.

Exploring Cu Chi Tunnel like a Viet Cong Guerrilla

Cu Chi tunnel allowed the Viet Cong guerrilla to throw surprise attacks on the American soldiers and disappeared quickly through any one of the trapdoors.

LOST among the Giant Sequoias in Mariposa grove

Explore photographs on Mariposa Grove of Giant Sequoias through the view of a travel photographer. And shared how he actually got lost in this large grove.

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