Founded in the 13th century as Thailand’s first capital, Sukhothai flourished from the mid-13th to the late 14th century and enjoyed a golden age under King Ramkhamhaeng. The religious art and architecture of the era are considered to be the most classic of Thai styles. The superb palaces, temples and monuments of this great city have been lovingly restored in Sukhothai Important sites inside the old city walls include: Wat Mahathat, Wat Sri Sawai, Wat Traphang Thong, Wat Sa Si and Wat Traphang Ngoen.
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The best time of the year to see Sukhothai is from November to February when the weather is cooler. Other than that you can go any time of the year.
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