- 1 How do I get from Bangkok to Sukhothai?
- 2 What is better Ayutthaya or Sukhothai?
- 3 How many days do you need in Sukhothai?
- 4 How many days do you need for Chiang Mai?
- 5 How do I get to Sukhothai?
- 6 Is Ayutthaya worth visiting?
- 7 Why is Sukhothai important?
- 8 Is Chiang Mai cheaper than Bangkok?
- 9 Is Chiang Mai safe at night?
- 10 Is 3 days enough in Chiang Mai?
How do I get from Bangkok to Sukhothai?
The best way to get from Bangkok to Sukhothai is to fly which takes 3h 19m and costs ฿2500 – ฿6000. Alternatively, you can train, which costs ฿2900 – ฿4900 and takes 7h 22m, you could also bus, which costs ฿300 – ฿750 and takes 8h 10m. How long is the flight from Bangkok to Sukhothai?
What is better Ayutthaya or Sukhothai?
If you have to pick one, which should you check out? Sukhothai – compact, peaceful and cheap. Ayutthaya – larger, more buzzing, more sights to see.
How many days do you need in Sukhothai?
The temples in Sukhothai can be seen in a single day – though I do recommend 2 or more days at the minimum. On average with a bicycle you can see most of the parks main attractions in 1.5 days. That’s pretty much staying on the move all the time.
How many days do you need for Chiang Mai?
Chiang Mai was founded in the 13th century and one or two days will not do this amazing city justice. Ideally four nights and five days will give you enough time to explore and get a true sense of Chiang Mai. Chiang Mai was founded in 1296 and is located in an area of majestic mountains.
How do I get to Sukhothai?
Getting to Sukhothai by train The nearest one is located in the town of Phitsanulok which is one hour (59km) by bus to Sukhothai. Trains leave 7 times daily from Bangkok’s Hua Lamphong railway station to Phitsanulok with the first train departing at 05.50 and the last at 19.30.
Is Ayutthaya worth visiting?
Definitely! This is the reason you should visit Ayutthaya in Thailand: See beautiful ruins, ride an elephant and enjoy the relaxed atmosphere. It is possible to explore Ayutthaya during a day trip out of Bangkok. The city became Thailand’s second capital after Sukhothai.
Why is Sukhothai important?
Sukhothai was the political and administrative capital of the first Kingdom of Siam in the 13th and 15th centuries. Si Satchanalai was the spiritual center of the kingdom and the site of numerous temples and Buddhist monasteries. Si Satchanalai was also the centre of the all-important ceramic export industry.
Is Chiang Mai cheaper than Bangkok?
Bangkok is less expensive than Chiang Mai, but not by much. The most notable difference is the accommodation prices, with Chiang Mai being roughly 20% cheaper than its rival. Food, drink, travel, and entertainment we found pretty much the same, but of course, it depends on where you are.
Is Chiang Mai safe at night?
Thailand is considered a safe travel destination and very few visitors feel uptight about their personal safety. You’ll soon discover a very relaxed atmosphere where you’re safe to travel alone, at night, or as a female traveller.
Is 3 days enough in Chiang Mai?
From our experience in Chiang Mai, you can easily see the main sights in Chiang Mai in three days. With an abundance of local and tourist markets and an incredible number of over 300 temples, Chiang Mai has enough to keep you occupied.