Wat Phihan Daeng located in Phihan Daeng, Mueang Suphan Buri District, Suphan Buri , Thailand.
Wat Phihan Daeng


Suphan Buri, Suphan Buri
Thailand

 

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Wat Mahathat or Mahathat Temple is the most important and impressive temple in Sukhothai Historical Park. The temple’s name translates to “temple of the great relic”. The temple was founded by Sri Indraditya, between 1292 and 1347 as the main temple of the city as well as the Sukhothai Kingdom. The design based on Mandala, representing the universe with main principal stupa, built in 1345 to enshrine relics of the Buddha, surrounded by smaller stupas in eight directions.
Wat Maha That


Sukhothai, Sukhothai
Thailand

 

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Ramkhamhaeng National Museum is a branch of the National Museum of Thailand in the Sukhothai Historical Park. Opened in 1964 by Thailand's King Bhumibol Adulyadej and Queen Sirikit. More than 2,000 artifacts were donated from Phra Ratchaprasitthikhun, the abbot of Ratchathani Temple. Locals also contributed to the collection by donating many historical objects. Most of the objects on display in the main museum building, come from Sukhothai, others were found in Si Satchanalai, Kamphaeng Phet, Phichit and Phetchabun. 
The Ramkhamhaeng National Museum


Sukhothai, Sukhothai
Thailand

 

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Wat Chee Sukkasem located in Phihan Daeng, Mueang Suphan Buri District, Suphan Buri , Thailand.
Wat Chee Sukkasem


Suphan Buri, Suphan Buri
Thailand

 

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Wat Sao Thong Thong located in Mot Daeng, Si Prachan District, Suphan Buri , Thailand.
Wat Sao Thong Thong


Suphan Buri, Suphan Buri
Thailand

 

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Wat Mai is located in Mueang Kao, Mueang Sukhothai District, Sukhothai , Thailand.Wat Mai Sukhothai is situated to the north of Wat Mahathat is Wat Mai, with an Ayutthaya-style brick vihara as the main sanctuary, its columns made of laterite. A bronze image of Buddha under a Naga (a Lop Buri-style image) was found here and is now preserved in the Ramkhamhaeng National Museum.
Wat Mai


Sukhothai, Sukhothai
Thailand

 

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The King Ramkamhaeng Monument was errected near the center of old Sukhothai in 1971. The bronze statue is about twice life size, and depicts the king sitting on the Managkhasila-Asana throne. By his side sits the Sword of Victory, the symbol of state.
King Ramkhamhaeng Monument


Sukhothai, Sukhothai
Thailand

 

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Thap Pala Resort located in Khao Rup Chang, Mueang Songkhla District, Songkhla , Thailand.
Thap Pala Resort


Songkhla, Songkhla
Thailand

 

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Wat Tra Kuan  is a small temple close to Ramkhamhaeng Monument north of Wat Mahathat. The original name of the temple is not Thai, according to a theory of Vajiravudh Tra Kuan is a Khmer term for a plant that is morning glory, a medicinal plant is used in traditional Asian medicine. Wat Tra Kuan was founded in the time of the Kingdom of Sukhothai, probably the temple was finished at the beginning of the 15th century. A majestic stupa in Lanka styled is in the west of the site. 
Wat Trakuan


Sukhothai, Sukhothai
Thailand

 

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San Ta Pha Daeng or Deity Shrine is situated to the north of Wat Mahathat is San Ta Pha Daeng. This monument consists of a single laterite prang with a staircase in front. Sandstone Hindu divine objects (Lop Buri style) were found here.
San Ta Pha Daeng - Deity Shrine


Sukhothai, Sukhothai
Thailand

 

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Ao Thai Resort located in Amphoe Sathing Phra, Chang Wat Songkhla , Thailand.
Ao Thai Resort


Songkhla, Songkhla
Thailand

 

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Wat Sa Si is a small temple close to Ramkhamhaeng Monument. Wat Sa Si is beautifully situated in the midst of Traphang-Trakuan lake northwest of Wat Mahathat. Due to its location, the temple is one of the most beautiful place in Sukhothai. The temple has a Lanka styled stupa. The vihara of Wat Sa Si is situated on the east side of the stupa. Further east lies the ordination hall on its own little island.
Wat Sa Si


Sukhothai, Sukhothai
Thailand

 

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The Flora May Resort located in Tambon Pawong, Mueang Songkhla District, SG , Thailand.
The Flora May Resort


Songkhla, Songkhla
Thailand

 

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Wat Traphang Ngoen means silver lake monastery. The temple was probably built in the 14th century, around the same time with Wat Mahathat. Wat Traphang Ngoen is oriented so that it is illuminated by both rising and setting sun. The main structures of the temple are a central stupa, the ruins of a vihara, a large Buddha image on a pedestal in the west and an ordination hall on an island in the middle of an artificial lake, "Traphang Ngoen" (Silver Lake). 
Wat Traphang Ngoen


Sukhothai, Sukhothai
Thailand

 

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Wat Plakkla located in Khok Muang, Khlong Hoi Khong District, Songkhla , Thailand.
Wat Plakkla


Songkhla, Songkhla
Thailand

 

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Wat Phihan Daeng located in Phihan Daeng, Mueang Suphan Buri District, Suphan Buri , Thailand.
Wat Phihan Daeng


Suphan Buri, Suphan Buri
Thailand

 

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Wat Mahathat or Mahathat Temple is the most important and impressive temple in Sukhothai Historical Park. The temple’s name translates to “temple of the great relic”. The temple was founded by Sri Indraditya, between 1292 and 1347 as the main temple of the city as well as the Sukhothai Kingdom. The design based on Mandala, representing the universe with main principal stupa, built in 1345 to enshrine relics of the Buddha, surrounded by smaller stupas in eight directions.
Wat Maha That


Sukhothai, Sukhothai
Thailand

 

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Ramkhamhaeng National Museum is a branch of the National Museum of Thailand in the Sukhothai Historical Park. Opened in 1964 by Thailand's King Bhumibol Adulyadej and Queen Sirikit. More than 2,000 artifacts were donated from Phra Ratchaprasitthikhun, the abbot of Ratchathani Temple. Locals also contributed to the collection by donating many historical objects. Most of the objects on display in the main museum building, come from Sukhothai, others were found in Si Satchanalai, Kamphaeng Phet, Phichit and Phetchabun. 
The Ramkhamhaeng National Museum


Sukhothai, Sukhothai
Thailand

 

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Wat Chee Sukkasem located in Phihan Daeng, Mueang Suphan Buri District, Suphan Buri , Thailand.
Wat Chee Sukkasem


Suphan Buri, Suphan Buri
Thailand

 

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Wat Sao Thong Thong located in Mot Daeng, Si Prachan District, Suphan Buri , Thailand.
Wat Sao Thong Thong


Suphan Buri, Suphan Buri
Thailand

 

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Wat Mai is located in Mueang Kao, Mueang Sukhothai District, Sukhothai , Thailand.Wat Mai Sukhothai is situated to the north of Wat Mahathat is Wat Mai, with an Ayutthaya-style brick vihara as the main sanctuary, its columns made of laterite. A bronze image of Buddha under a Naga (a Lop Buri-style image) was found here and is now preserved in the Ramkhamhaeng National Museum.
Wat Mai


Sukhothai, Sukhothai
Thailand

 

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The King Ramkamhaeng Monument was errected near the center of old Sukhothai in 1971. The bronze statue is about twice life size, and depicts the king sitting on the Managkhasila-Asana throne. By his side sits the Sword of Victory, the symbol of state.
King Ramkhamhaeng Monument


Sukhothai, Sukhothai
Thailand

 

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Thap Pala Resort located in Khao Rup Chang, Mueang Songkhla District, Songkhla , Thailand.
Thap Pala Resort


Songkhla, Songkhla
Thailand

 

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Wat Tra Kuan  is a small temple close to Ramkhamhaeng Monument north of Wat Mahathat. The original name of the temple is not Thai, according to a theory of Vajiravudh Tra Kuan is a Khmer term for a plant that is morning glory, a medicinal plant is used in traditional Asian medicine. Wat Tra Kuan was founded in the time of the Kingdom of Sukhothai, probably the temple was finished at the beginning of the 15th century. A majestic stupa in Lanka styled is in the west of the site. 
Wat Trakuan


Sukhothai, Sukhothai
Thailand

 

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San Ta Pha Daeng or Deity Shrine is situated to the north of Wat Mahathat is San Ta Pha Daeng. This monument consists of a single laterite prang with a staircase in front. Sandstone Hindu divine objects (Lop Buri style) were found here.
San Ta Pha Daeng - Deity Shrine


Sukhothai, Sukhothai
Thailand

 

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Ao Thai Resort located in Amphoe Sathing Phra, Chang Wat Songkhla , Thailand.
Ao Thai Resort


Songkhla, Songkhla
Thailand

 

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Wat Sa Si is a small temple close to Ramkhamhaeng Monument. Wat Sa Si is beautifully situated in the midst of Traphang-Trakuan lake northwest of Wat Mahathat. Due to its location, the temple is one of the most beautiful place in Sukhothai. The temple has a Lanka styled stupa. The vihara of Wat Sa Si is situated on the east side of the stupa. Further east lies the ordination hall on its own little island.
Wat Sa Si


Sukhothai, Sukhothai
Thailand

 

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The Flora May Resort located in Tambon Pawong, Mueang Songkhla District, SG , Thailand.
The Flora May Resort


Songkhla, Songkhla
Thailand

 

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Wat Traphang Ngoen means silver lake monastery. The temple was probably built in the 14th century, around the same time with Wat Mahathat. Wat Traphang Ngoen is oriented so that it is illuminated by both rising and setting sun. The main structures of the temple are a central stupa, the ruins of a vihara, a large Buddha image on a pedestal in the west and an ordination hall on an island in the middle of an artificial lake, "Traphang Ngoen" (Silver Lake). 
Wat Traphang Ngoen


Sukhothai, Sukhothai
Thailand

 

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Wat Plakkla located in Khok Muang, Khlong Hoi Khong District, Songkhla , Thailand.
Wat Plakkla


Songkhla, Songkhla
Thailand

 

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best place to visit for nature lovers.. good atmosphere..

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Telangana forts - Rajapeta fort Oct 02, 2016 3

Please visit the website www.rajapeta.com for more details of this samsthanam of telangana state, great heritage spot with historical evidences

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