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Ramkhamhaeng National Park

Na Choeng Khiri, Khiri Mat District, Sukhothai 64160, Thailand

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About Ramkhamhaeng National Park

The park is also known as Khao Luang by local people. It covers an area of about 341 square kilometers. Ramkhamhaeng National Park is home to Khao Luang mountain range, Sai Rung Waterfall, a herbal garden, and the savannah located in the high country of the Khao Luang range.


Attractions near Ramkhamhaeng National Park

Saritphong Dam14.11km from Ramkhamhaeng National Park

The Saritphong Dam was built in the 14th century and had the function of restoring the main water reservoir to the drinking water supply of the capital of the ancient kingdom Sukhothai.

Wat Pa Mamuang15.5km from Ramkhamhaeng National Park

Situated in the west of Sukhothai province, this temple was mentioned in several stone inscriptions of the Sukhothai period. Now the remains of buildings in the temple include the ordination hall and chedi.

Sukhothai Historical Park15.64km from Ramkhamhaeng National Park

Sukhothai Historical Park covers an area of about 70sqkm and contains more than 190 historical ruins. Sukhothai means literally translated “Dawn of Happiness”. In 1238, the city was founded from an ancient Khmer settlement. For 140 years, it was the capital of the first independent kingdom Sukhothai.

Sangkhalok Museum21.33km from Ramkhamhaeng National Park

The museum displays the collection of Sangkhalok and ceramic wares produced in the ancient Lanna Kingdom.

Kamphaengphet Historical Park45.19km from Ramkhamhaeng National Park

The Kamphaeng Phet Historical Park contains the ruins of the ancient town of Kamphaeng Phet, an important town in the Sukhothai Kingdom. The park that is little visited by foreign tourists contains monuments built during the 13th to 17th centuries by the Sukhothai and Ayutthaya empires.

Wat I Khang47.03km from Ramkhamhaeng National Park

Wat I Khang is a ruined 16th or 17th century temple in the Wiang Kum Kam archaeological complex near modern Chiang Mai in northern Thailand.  It is named after the former prevalence of wild old world monkeys at the site prior to its excavation and restoration, which are known as khang in Thai.

Where is Ramkhamhaeng National Park

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Sukhothai province was once the kingdom and the first capital of Thailand founded by King Ramkhamhaeng. The province's temples and monuments have been well restored and Sukhothai Historical Park is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site.