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Wat Phra Kaew is a large royal temple in town centre near a site believed to have been a palace. The temple itself was used on important city events and had no monks in residence. Major features include the principal Chedi with lion-adorned base and a round Chedi with elephant-adorned base. There are also other Chedis of different bases and remains of several chapels. Its boundary is marked off by... read more
The Kamphang Phet National Museum, located on Pindamri Road in Mueang district, houses ancient objects and other antique arts articles from various eras found in the provincial town. These include sculptured and earthen designs, heads of Buddha statues, traditional celadon products, sculptures of demons and celestial and human beings used to decorate Chedi bases or Vihans. It is open Wednesday-Sun... read more
The Kamphaeng Phet Pillar Shrine is presumed to have been built during the reign of Phra Maha Thammarat 1 (Lithai). The laterite is about 2 meters long and buried about a meter. The head of the deer is on the laterite. During the reign of King Rama V, the roof of the shrine was broken down over the main pillar and the head of the thepharak. After that, it was in a desolate state for a long time un... read more
Wat Phra Si Iriyabot is located to the north of Wat Phra Non and have similar pond and bathroom facilities as its neighbour. Walls on the four sides are of laterite materials with an entrance also made of laterite. A Mondop structure houses Buddha statues in four postures-walking, sitting, standing and reclining in the Sukhothai artistic style.
Today only the statue in the standing posture still r...
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Wat Chang Rop is a large temple situated on a high hill. Its main chedi of Ceylonese style is in the middle of the yard but its top part is broken down. The base is adorned with 68 half-elephants between which are Bhoti-shaped designs. There are also traces of demon and female dancers figures remaining.
Apart from these temples, there are also several ancient sites on the east bank of the Pin...
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Wat Phra Borom That is a temple situated in the centre of Mueang Nakhon Chum featuring a Burmese-style Chedi. To the south is an Ubosot housing several Sukhothai- and Ayutthaya-style bronze Buddha statues. The Chedi itself is believed to originally have been a Sukhothai-type structure, its style having been altered during a restoration work financed by a wealthy Burmese about a century ago.... read more
Walking Street Nakhon Chum The small road on the banks of the canal is a group of wooden buildings with hundreds of years of lined trees. Reflecting the glorious city of Chum Chum as a commercial center in the past. The ancient trade area of ​​Nakhon Chum attracts people from the west, high mountains to the river conveying goods from the forest to the city, such as herbs, oil, vegetable, cereal. A... read more
Luang Por Umong at Wat Sawang Arom. Located in Nakhon Chum. The large Chiang Saen Buddha image is 2.87 meters wide and nearly 3 meters high. There is a beautiful Buddhist. It was discovered in the mound that look like anthill . The magnificent Buddhist statue is a major evidence of the relationship between Kamphaeng Phet and northern provinces.... read more
The Khlong Lan National Park covers an area of some 300 square kilometres over mountain ranges to the west of the province. The highest peak is about 1,400 metres. Of mainly virgin jungles, it is the source of several streams which flow into the Ping River.
The park headquarters is near the Khlong Lan waterfall about 60 kilometres from town on the route to Khlong Lan district (highway no.1117). At...
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