Ramkhamhaeng National Museum
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Wat Si Sawai
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Wat Sa Si
Also known as 'Sacred Pond Monastery', Wat Sa Si sits on an island west of the bronze monument of King Ramkhamhaeng (the third Sukhothai...
If you're staying in the old city or are an early riser, come here for breakfast; the coffee is strong and the bread is fresh.
Ramkhamhaeng National Museum information
Lonely Planet review
A good starting point for exploring the historical park ruins is this museum. A replica of the famous Ramkhamhaeng inscription, said to be the earliest example of Thai writing, is kept here among an impressive collection of Sukhothai artefacts. Admission to the museum is not included in the ticket to the central zone.