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Phetchaburi

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It is most convenient to move around Phetchaburi by using the dark brown waters of the Phetchaburi River. The river flows from south to north, dividing the city into two. Damnernkasem Road runs in the same directions as the river on the western coast and cuts across it at its north end with Rodfai Road, then heading west, away from it. It is one of the places that must be visited when having a vacation in Thailand.

Usually a travel agency in Thailand won't focus much in giving tours at this place, but a lot have failes to see the hidden beauty it treasures.

Main Attractions:

Kaeng Krachan National Park
Kaeng Krachan National Park is the biggest national park and of the most interesting places in Thailand, covering a largely undiscovered area of 2,915 square kilometers (1.7 million rai of land). Kaeng Krachan was proclaimed a national park on 12th June 1981. The park is situated 53.5 kilometers away from the city and 3 kilometers beyond Khuean Kaeng Krachan dam.

Wat Maha That Worawiham
Located by Maenam Phetchaburi in the town centre, the huge white pagoda of Wat Maha That Worawiham, that can be easily spotted even from a distance, is a blend of the late Ayutthaya and early Rattanakosin design with a modifications of the prang of Lopburi. This Five Peak Prang housing the Lord Buddha's antiquity was gathered in accordance to the conceptions of Mahayana Buddhism. The brilliantly styled stucco embellishes on the viharn and the ubosot is evidence of the superior and wonderful abilities of Phetchaburi's local talents, creativity and knowledge. A vacation in Thailand won't be complete without visiting a temple.

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Phra Nakhon Khiri Historical Park
Phetchaburis is a well-known historical mark, also known as Khao Wang (Palace Hill). It is situated up on a 92-meter high greenly hill, in the city of Phetchaburi and. was constructed under the royal leadership of King Rama IV. The whole set up consists of royal halls, palaces, temples and other structures that were appealingly built in a well-balanced Thai, Western and Chinese styles.

Hat Chao Samran Beach
Hat Chao Samran beach, situated nearly 15 kilometers away from Phetchaburi Market, has a history that can be traced back to the Ayutthaya time. The name Hat Chao Samran means Royal Leisure Beach,. The name stems from various stays for long periods of time made by King Naresuan the Great and his brother, King Ekathotsarot. Furthermore, the beach was more famous than other beaches in Thailand at the time of the reign of King Rama VI when he commanded the construction of Hat Chao Samran Palace in 1918.

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Situated on the hill that clearly visible from Highway No.4, after the railway station of Khao Yoi District, Tham Khao Yoi Cave is nearly 22 kilometers away to the north of Phetchaburi town. It was the spot where King Rama VI trained in meditation while he was consecrated. At present, it houses several Buddha images.

Tham Khao Luang and Wat Tham Klaep
The Tham Khao Luang cave is situated nearly five kilometers from Khao Wang. Tiny in size, the cave is marked as the most valuables in the province. This is because to the actuality that it houses a Buddha image under the royal directive of King Rama V as devotedness to King Rama III and King Rama IV. At the base of Khao Luang Hill, a huge monastery known as Wat Tham Klaep or Wat Bun-thawi is situated. There are also a huge multi-purpose hall and a chapel full of gorgeously carved door panels within the monastery’s compound. Furthermore, to an elegant and impressive historical parks and profuse historical temples, Petchaburi offers astounding beaches, and caves; moreover, a delectable diversification of local food.

Let our travel agency in Thailand guide you in a wonderful opportunity to explore Petchburi.


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