Sri Satchanalai Historical Park is located in Sukhothai Province. The park covers the ruins of Sri Satchanalai and Chaliang. Si Satchanalai literally means “City of good people”. The city was founded in 1250 as the second center of the Sukhothai Kingdom. There was a road connecting the two cities which you still can traverse. It is a back road with quite a few archeological sights along the way. Sri Satchanalai together with Sukhothai and Kamphaeng Phet forms the UNESCO World Heritage Site called “Historic Town of Sukhothai and Associated Historic Towns”. Sri Satchanalai gets far less visitors than Sukhothai Historical Park but that makes the place even more interesting. The ruins are spread over a large area. If you have time you should visit the remote ruins. Amongst the more well known sight are Wat Phra Si Ratana Mahathat, Wat Chedi Chet Thaew, Wat Chang Lom and Wat Chom Chuen. We highly recommend a visit to Sri Satchanalai Historical Park.