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Central Thailand

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Central Thailand

Central Thailand is mainly plains and is a huge area of rice farming and agriculture. The Chao Phraya River is very important to Thailand’s history. Interesting places to visit are ancient historical temples, Bang Pa-in Royal Palace and Bang Sai Royal Folk Arts and Crafts Center in Ayutthaya Province, and Ko Kret in Nonthaburi Province.

And if you like shopping, there are plenty of local markets in Bangkok for you to explore such as Wang Lang Market, Tha Phra Chan Market, Saphan Phut (Memorial Bridge) Night Market, and Asiatique Night Market. There are also Chao Phraya boat tours from Bangkok to Ayutthaya every day.

 

Saraburi

Saraburi province is located in Central Thailand and is famous for its nature, art, cultures, and industries. Presumably founded in 1549 as a center for army mobilization during the Ayutthaya period, the City often appeared as a background of many Historical wars.

Saraburi, a province in the upper central region of Thailand, is rich in tourist attractions including natural sites, cultural festivals, majestic Temples, and historical venues. Located 108 kilometers north of Bangkok, Saraburi city is just 65 kilometers from Ayutthaya and the two can be combined to make a diverse day Trip. The most important Buddhist temple in Saraburi, Wat Phra Phutthabat was built in the 17th century and features a “Buddha footprint” that has made it one of the most popular pilgrimage sites in central Thailand.

Saraburi province contains two national parks, Namtok Chet Sao Noi, which features a scenic waterfall, and Phra Phutthachai, which contains the Khao Sam Lan Forest, as well as several rivers and waterfalls. For those looking for more than nature, Saraburi also features some fantastic opportunities for golfing.

Saraburi, a province filled with historical sites, also features a 17th century temple with the holy “footprint” of the Buddha. In addition to beautiful natural attractions, including two national parks, the region is known for its delectble Food and kindhearted people. Saraburi is located some 108 kilometers from Bangkok and can be visited as a day trip from the capital or as part of a weekend trip along with a visit to Ayutthaya.

Bangkok

An increasing of tourists visiting Bangkok each year has proven that Bangkok is always a popular City for tourists.

For major tourist attractions in Bangkok, most of them are Historical sites or religious sites such as temples in Bangkok. There is beautiful architecture, wall painting and also important in History, such as Wat Phra Sri Rattanasamaram (Phra Kaew), Wat Phra Chetuphon Wimon Mangalaram (wat pho), wat arun Ratchawararam, Wat Sra Ket, and Phra Bor Banphot (Golden mountain), Wat Ratchanadda, Wat Traimit, Wat Benchamabophit, Wat Bowonniwet Vihara Suthasan, Wat Thep Wararam etc.

There are also other interesting places such as palaces, museums, parks, as well as various Shopping centres in Bangkok. There are both chilling places like Chatuchak Weekend Market, Sampeng Market, Yaowarat and Phahurat night market or luxury level such as many leading department stores in all areas of Bangkok as well.

Lop Buri

Being the second capital of the reign of King Narai the Great, Lop Buri is a City with a long History. It’s not wrong to say that Lop Buri is the most prosperous of that era. Today, Lop Buri is still charming and well-known to people around the world.

This province is full of diversity. Whether beautiful historic sites, valuable stories interesting, beautiful nature such as magnificent sunflower field like no other, Pasak Jolasid Dam, etc. These things help to tell the story of charm that makes anyone want to visit Lop Buri.

With many interesting tourist attractions both the Pasak Jolasid Dam; the longest earth dam in Thailand, in accordance with the royal initiative of His Majesty the King Bhumibol Adulyadej which has a beautiful view.

If any tourists want to see the view from a high place and get  some exercise, do not miss to visit the Khao Wong Prachan which has 3,890 steps to the top of the hill during the walk up.

Both sides of the road are full of moist, complex forests. It might sound tiring, but once visitors reach the top, you must be astounded at the beauty of the scenery below that can definitely look as far as the eye can see.

Do not miss to buy souvenirs from Local products that include fine-grained chalk powder, chalk powder salted egg giving a salty, sweet, mellow flavour with a process that is so tender and different from other places, coconut jelly mushrooms marinated from vinegar and coconut water giving a sour, sweet, delicious taste.

 

Petchabun

Phetchaun is a province suitable for those who like tranquillity and close to nature. There is a famous tourist destination, Phu Thap Boek, which is the highest peak in the province. It is a popular place for camping tents to experience a cold breeze, watch the first light in the morning and sleep under the stars at night.

Among the scenery surrounded by mountains and mist that stretches endlessly, on the way to Phu Thap Boek, there are interesting highlights, which are dazzlingly lined up of several thousand acres of cabbage plantations. 

Wat Phra That Pha Son Kaew is another highlight, which is characterized by 5 overlapping white Buddha statues, which stand in the midst of mountains.

Heading from Phu Tub Berk, not far away, will enter the Phu Hin Rong Kla national park which is another natural attraction that has both amazing scenery and Historical significance.

For other tourist activities that are of interest in Phetchabun province, is to go up to see 360-degree view at Khao Takian Ngo viewpoint on Khao Kho. and trek to study nature at Nam Nao National Park. Experience the charm of the savannah of Thailand at Thung Salaeng Luang or change the atmosphere to visit the ancient sites at Si Thep Historical Park Is another interesting option as well.

It is an afternoon Floating Market by the Canal near Wat Amphawan Chetiyaram (parking area is available). On Friday, Saturday and Sunday, during 12.00 a.m.-8.00 p.m., the Amphawa Canal is occupied by vendors who pack their boats with Food and drinks, such as fried sea mussel, noodles, coffee, O-liang (iced black coffee), sweets, etc

Opening days : Friday-Sunday Opening hours : 2.00-8.00 p.m. About Amphawa Amphawa Floating Market is one of Thailand’s floating markets which is old and very popular among tourists. This floating market is also one of the top Samut Songkhram’s tourist attractions. Because it is not far from Bangkok, every Friday-Sunday the market will be packed by the tourists who come to enjoy Canalside views or having delicious Food. All visitors can purchase seafood, local Thai dessert or souvenirs for friends and family. Moreover, the visitors can have a boat tour to see views and lifestyles along Amphawa Canal.

At night, the visitors can arrange for a boat trip to watch fireflies in cork trees as a fascinating night scene of the day. Places nearby King Buddhalertla (Phuttha Loet la) Naphalai Memorial Park : visitors can see people’s way of lives, traditional Thai houses and antiques from early- 19th-century Siam. Wat Bang Kung : a temple where a seated Buddha covered in twinkling gold leaves, an unseen picture of Thailand, was located.

The Nativity of Our Lady Cathedral : an ancient and beautiful Catholic church with Gothic style which is one of the most beautiful churches in Thailand. Tha Kha Floating Market : a market located in Samut Songkhram for over 100 years with a lively scene of vendors paddling boats to sell things in the morning. Bang Noi Floating Market : a little ancient market with its charm and tranquility where visitors can experience canalside lifestyles in the morning. 

Ayutthaya

Thailand’s former capital Ayutthaya is renowned for its temple ruins and historical sites. Most visitors head first to Ayutthaya Historical Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site located in the centre of the city, for a comprehensive overview of the city’s history and past glory. Surrounded by these ruins, it’s not difficult to imagine the grandeur that once was the kingdom of Ayutthaya. Ayutthaya Historical Park comprises four temples – Wat Phra Ram, Wat Phra Si Sanphet, Wat Mahathat, Wat Ratchaburana – the Royal Palace and Wiharn Phra Mongkol Bophit.

Outside the park itself, historical sites are randomly peppered along the west, south and eastern parts of the outer island. Many of the archaeological finds from the ruin sites around Ayutthaya are exhibited at Chao Sam Phraya National Museum, so this is a good place to visit if you are interested to learn more about Ayutthaya’s heritage..

Nakhom Pathom

The town’s main attraction is Phra Pathom Chedi, a 127 m stupa, which marks the approximate location of the region’s first exposure to Buddhism and Indian civilisations.

Nakhon Pathom used to be by the sea but the shifting coastline now places it about 50 km inland. Archaeological findings date back to the 4th century and the first mention of a stupa was in the year 675 CE.

While Nakhon Pathom was a prosperous city during the pre-Angkorian Dvaravati period; it was the Angkorian Empire that left a greater mark in the 11th century. However, shifting landscape and the altering of the river course caused drought that led to the abandonment of Nakhon Pathom in favour of the new riverside settlement of Nakhon Chaisi.

The ruins of the Angkorian stupa inspired King Rama IV to build the current giant, which was completed in 1870. He also commanded that the Chedi Bucha canal be dug to facilitate transport.

During the reign of King Rama V, the construction of railways led to more changes. The population of Thana Subdistrict, Nakhon Chaisi District, was relocated to Nakhon Pathom.

Sukhothai is full of Historical sites that reflect the glorious civilisation of the former capital that remains for future generations to carry on preservation. Visitors can discover the grandeur of the Sukhothai Kingdom within the World Heritage-listed Archaeological sites like the Sukhothai Historical Park which is home to palaces and ancient religious sites with moats and ancient City walls surrounded.

See the beauty of Phra Achana or the Speaking Buddha at Wat Si Chum, which is enshrined in the mondop with only four walls remaining, resulting in a strange and magical image. Pay respects to Wat Mahathat which has a stupa-shaped pagoda which is a unique art of the Sukhothai kingdom as well as other important temples of the province such as Wat Phra Prang and Wat Chang Lom. In addition to ancient sites, Sukhothai province also has interesting tourist activities, such as watching marigold Flowers in full bloom at Ban Pak Khwae Marigold Fields. Being close to nature and Lanna civilisation at Thung Saliam District.

Be amazed by the chinaware which is a valuable handcraft Culture that has been passed down for a long time in Si Satchanalai. Dont’ miss the spectacular beauty of the Performance in the burning candle during the Loy Krathong festival.

Hua Hin

Hua Hin is one of the top tourist destinations of Thailand from its great amount of attractions and activities – plus it isn’t far from Bangkok. The City has many incredible Beaches, mountains, viewpoints, Temples, night markets, water parks, and fine diners for you to choose from and enjoy at any time of the year.

Hua Hin features a beautiful, powdery sand beach, numerous seaside Seafood restaurants, a lively night market, numerous beach activities, and some great inland activities, not least of which is golfing at some of Thailand’s most renowned courses. Just down the coast at Takiab Bay, visitors can take seaside horseback rides and visit a hilltop Buddhist temple with a spectacular view.

Accommodation along the beach and on the streets leading away from the sea ranges from simple guesthouses to luxury resorts and includes some of the finest spa-retreats in the world. Hua Hin is accessible via train, bus, or car and the seaside community of 60,000 residents is a fine example of warm and welcoming Thai hospitality.

Pala-U waterfall, which is located in Kaeng Krachan national park, is also a great butterfly watching spot.

 

Saraburi

Saraburi province is located in Central Thailand and is famous for its nature, art, cultures, and industries. Presumably founded in 1549 as a center for army mobilization during the Ayutthaya period, the City often appeared as a background of many Historical wars.

Saraburi, a province in the upper central region of Thailand, is rich in tourist attractions including natural sites, cultural festivals, majestic Temples, and historical venues. Located 108 kilometers north of Bangkok, Saraburi city is just 65 kilometers from Ayutthaya and the two can be combined to make a diverse day Trip. The most important Buddhist temple in Saraburi, Wat Phra Phutthabat was built in the 17th century and features a “Buddha footprint” that has made it one of the most popular pilgrimage sites in central Thailand.

Saraburi province contains two national parks, Namtok Chet Sao Noi, which features a scenic waterfall, and Phra Phutthachai, which contains the Khao Sam Lan Forest, as well as several rivers and waterfalls. For those looking for more than nature, Saraburi also features some fantastic opportunities for golfing.

Saraburi, a province filled with historical sites, also features a 17th century temple with the holy “footprint” of the Buddha. In addition to beautiful natural attractions, including two national parks, the region is known for its delectble Food and kindhearted people. Saraburi is located some 108 kilometers from Bangkok and can be visited as a day trip from the capital or as part of a weekend trip along with a visit to Ayutthaya.