There is a wide range of interesting activities to do in and around Legendha Sukhothai. Bicycle / Tricycle riding on dedicated cycle paths around the majestic ruins, temples and palaces is one of the most fascinating activity for you to experience. While riding and witnessing the sprawling remains of the kingdom’s once great capital Sukhothai, you will see Thai community and lifestyle inherited from ancient Sukhothai. The list below shows some of many activities you can enjoy with while staying with Legendha Sukhothai resort.
Every evening Legendha Sukhothai resort is proud to present you authentic Thai cultural show in an open-air theatre next to our Nam Khang’s Thai restaurant. The show is totally FREE to all our guests as part of our CSR program with the Thai Cultural Dance School in Sukhothai. All the dancers are Sukhothai’s local students. We support the locals by providing them a stage to perform what they have learnt in the cultural school. You will witness the student’s performance with the high level of professionalism.
Thai traditional dancing (Thai: รำไทย Ram thai) is the main dramatic art form of Thailand in gorgeous Thai costumes that always catch audience’s attention. Thai dance, like many forms of traditional Asian dance, can be divided into two major categories that correspond roughly to the high art (classical dance) and low art (folk dance) distinction.
Traditional Thai massage is perhaps the most well-known body revitalization treatment. With the Thai ancient techniques, Thai Traditional Massage becomes a tradition of medical practice.
Unlike Western massage styles, Thai massage aims to increase blood circulations across the body by pressing on energy points. It is believed and proved that it helps promoting entire internal health and muscular flexibility. Treatment often begins with the feet and gradually moves upwards towards the head. Elbows and knees are also used to execute certain manipulations.
Cycling or Biking in Sukhothai is recommended to all hotel guests. Biking in Sukhothai is safe and fun. It is an easy biking route from Legendha Sukhothai to Sukhothai Historical Park. Since this Thailand UNESCO World Heritage area is vast, using bicycles seem to be an appropriate and enjoyable way to visit the ancient temples in the heritage site. Moreover you could take a cyling tour to explore the rural villages and rice paddies at your own pace.
Alms or almsgiving is the Buddhism practice of giving things or foods for free. The giver absolutely hope nothing in return. It is based upon religious teaching to help people who do not have by giving things we have. Therefore, alms are given by lay people to monks to nurture laic virtue, merit and blessings.
Sukhothai Mini Light & Sound (son et lumiere) show at Sa Si Temple in Sukhothai Historical Park is held every first Friday of each month at 7:00 p.m. The performance is about the history and prosperity of the Sukhothai Kingdom. The ancient temple, Wat Sa Si, forms the backdrop of the show. There is no admission fee to see this show.
Just before or after the show, you may enjoy Pasan Market, the local market next to Sa Sri temple. It is a local walking street market that replicates the old time of Sukhothai. There are a various kind of traditional drinks or snacks that are rare to find nowadays.
A new inspiring Thai village style to deliver you a delightful and relaxing getaway. Resort room exterior are designed similar to Thai ancient house while resort landscape is set in Thai village ambience to harmonize with ancient Sukhothai surrounding.
214 Moo3, Muang kao (Old Town), Muang, Historical Park, Sukhothai, Thailand 64210