One Day Trip Chanthaburi

Located on Tha Luang Road, in front of the Taksin Military Fort, the helmet shape of the shrine is beautiful and also attractive. Inside, there is the King Taksin Statue which is revered by many Thai people. An annual celebration is held every December 28, to commemorate his kindness as the great king who established the country. ... read more
It is located opposite King Taksin Shrine, and it is not known when it was constructed. There is an assumption that King Taksin built it when he used Chanthaburi Province as a military base camp for mustering people, weapons and food for reestablishing country. The original one may have been made from laterite, but nobody can surmise the true shape. The present shrine was built in 1981 and now it ... read more
History of War Khetnaboonyaram Ayutthaya period lost in Burma King Taksin the Great when he was Phra Yao Chiraprakarn Has led about 500 troops to break through the Burmese encirclement in the east and hold Chanthaburi for 5 months as a source of food and troops. After that, 5,000 Thai-Chinese troops were brought back to restore Ayutthaya in the year 1767.
Later, in the reign of King Nang Klao Chao...
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Located near Stri Manda Phithak School, Tambon Chanthanimit, on the left side of the Chanthaburi River, this 275 years old historical church was renovated and rebuilt five times between 1711 to the present. The migrated Christian Vietnamese in Chanthaburi constructed it. The architecture in Gothic style decorated by stained glass and murals of Christian Gods, is beautiful and worth visiting. Besid... read more
The temple, which is situated on Tri Rat Road, about 500 metres from KP Grand Hotel, is an old one of the late Ayutthaya period. Murals painted in the classical style by skillful painters of Ayutthaya in the Ubosot (chapel), which shows the ten incarnations of the Buddha are beautiful and perfect both design and colour. It is worth visiting. Please contact the monks at the temple. ... read more
Located at Tambon Bang Ka Cha, about I kilometre from Noen Wong Fort, the old chapel in Thai style architecture is interesting; including the replica of a Buddha image placed inside which differs from others in the style. They were constructed when King Taksin arrived at Chanthaburi. The more interesting aspect is the old rectangular stupa that was used for making potent water by magic for the Kin... read more
Located on Sukhumvit Road ( Chanthaburi Khlung ), Tambon Khlong Narai, about 5 kilometres from town, the beautiful 100 years-old church and collection of antiques of ancient Khmer style inside are very interesting. Please note: the interested persons must contact in advance at the temple.... read more