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This is definitely the place for those wishing to learn more about the Thai lifestyle. Step inside a group of Thai pavilions and explore a private collection of antique items representing Thai rural life. They include indigenous arts, pottery, farming and trapping equipment and household items. Old photographs revealing Phitsanulok’s good old days are also on display.The museum was established b... read more
Wat Phra Si Mahathat is locally called as "Wat Yai".  The complex is considered the most important temple in Phitsanulok. Housing Thailand's famous Phra Phutthachinnarat. 
 
Phra Phutthachinnarat is considered the most beautiful Buddha image in Thailand. The large Sukhothai-style bronze statue was cast in 1357 by the order of King Maha Thamma Racha I of Sukhothai. The statue has uni...
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Situated near Wat Ratburana is Wat Nang Phaya which believed to have been built during the same period. The temple is famous for extensive collection of the highly coveted Nang Phaya (small Buddha images used as amulets) which was found underneath.... read more
Phitsanulok Night Bazaar is located Phutthabucha road, Phutthabucha road, Nai Muang, Muang Phitsanulok District, Phitsanulok. Roadside next to the Nan River East from the bridge to the Akatosarot to the Provincial Electricity Authority (waterfront) the distance is about 2 kilometers. Products Whether it be appliances food Massage Service accessories clothes ... read more
Wat Phra Borom That Thung Yang is about three kilometres from town on Highway No.102. An old temple, it was once called Wat Mahathat. There is a large, circular-shaped, Ceylonese-style Chedi enshrining a Holy Relic.... read more
A little further from Wat Phra Yun, some 14 kilometres from town is Wat Phra Thaen Sila At. The major feature is the base of a sermon platform built with laterite. The square slab with pattern is believed to have been made during the Sukhothai Period. Annual celebrations are held at the three temples in February.... read more
Laplae district can be reached from the provincial town by taking Highway No. 102, taking a right turn after about 3 kilometres onto Highway No. 1041 and continue on for a further 6 kilometres. The site was originally an ancient community during the Ayutthaya Period. It served as a secret hide-out for people in Phrae and Nan who fled from enemy or calamity as its location was sandwiched in between... read more

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