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Wat Saphan Hin

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Wat Saphan Hin

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Our full day historical park tour is for travelers that would like to get in touch with local lifestyle, culture, history and Buddhism. It is an informative and educational journey.
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Armin H wrote a review Feb 2020
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4.5km from Historical Park HQ. 15min, 300m hike up a rocky hill. Amazing sunrise place west of the Historical Park.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Radi wrote a review Nov 2019
Hua Hin, Thailand224 contributions32 helpful votes
The Wat is acutaly quiet close to the historical garden. You can make it easy by bicycle. From the entrance to the hill side its only few hundred meters. Walking up the stone path is easy, but I would be careful when it is wet. Could be very slippery. The Buddha statue is quite big though and you get a nice view as well. Its a place you wanna visit when you have seen the most of Sukhothai. If you miss it, not a big loss to be honest.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Eli B wrote a review Sep 2019
Sydney, Australia3,730 contributions2,831 helpful votes
Standing a couple of kilometres west of the old city atop a 200m high hill, this remote Temple of the Stone Bridge gets its name from the exhausting climb up steep pathway that leads to the summit. What a view from the hilltop, commanding views of Sukhothai and the mountains beyond. Our hike was ample reward but the wow factor locked-in when we surveyed the mesmerising sight of the 12.5m tall stucco standing Buddha with hand raised in forgiveness attitude watching over the city below
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Date of experience: April 2019
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Yoke_Ming wrote a review Mar 2019
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia244 contributions15 helpful votes
The standing Buddha is visible from far as it located on a hill. The climb to the temple is not very difficult but walking on those stones need more caution. The view from the hill is fascinating, and this is the best spot to view the sunrise.
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Date of experience: January 2019
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fulhamster wrote a review Oct 2018
Bang Lamung, Thailand37 contributions16 helpful votes
A bit away from the main park, but worth the ride. There is a 300m footpath up to the wat, don't attempt this if it's been raining. The statue is in fair condition, and the views over Sukhothai are good.
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Date of experience: October 2018
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