A five-year plan beginning in 2023 to develop three world heritage sites in Sukhothai and Kamphaeng Phet provinces for sustainable tourism is expected to generate up to Bt30 billion in tourism income within 2027.
The ‘Dawn of Happiness’ at World Heritage Site – Sukhothai, Si Satchanalai and Kamphaeng Phet; DASTA
Popular amongst local but overlooked by the world, Sukhothai was the capital of the 1st Kingdom of Siam. Follow Karen Zheng as she discovers happiness in this rural city with UNESCO heritage sites.
Sukhothai’s stunning ruins offer a slice of authentic Thailand.
Visiting historical parks and museums may well have been boring in the past. Well, not any more. Visitors cannot only look at ruins of palaces and temples or ancient artefacts, but they can also have fun learning about the history from well-trained guides and multimedia presentations, share opinions, ask questions, and grasp what the old sites were like in ancient times.
Source: Learning history in a funway