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This evening floating market is a major spot of Samut Songkram province, about 1 - 1 1/2 hours drive from Bangkok. Here is open on Friday till Sunday (3 days). There are many local and foreign tourists in the evening of every Saturday and Sunday. You will enjoy sightseeing tour along the canals and try a local delicious food. People love to have seafood menu from the boat, and Thai dessert, souven... read more
This temple is located in Samut Songkhram town. The former name is “Wat Sri Champa”. It is the most important temple of the province. According to history, in B.E. 2307 (1764) the Burmese invaded Mueang Phetburi but Ayutthaya’s troops protected the city. Ban Laem people in Phetburi migrated to escape from the Burmese and settled down at Amphoe Mae Klong, further up from Wat Sri Champa, and c... read more
located in Tambon Bang Khem Highway 4, at the entrance to the district 6 kilometers khao yoi temple is an old Phetchaburi province ACE built with teak, after the ace carved from the outside of a great nation and the ten incarnations, it by craftsmen carved out a church East medals crown King Rama 4 rear in the West carved out a coin price 1 Baht with the reign 5 doors open through a vine pattern c... read more
The cave is located in front of the Khao Yoi District Office, another popular place for visitors to drop by and pay homage to Buddha images.... read more
King Rama IV took Buddhist recluse at Tham Khao Yoi several times and stayed overnights at Wat Maha Samanaram at the foot of Khao Wang. After he took the throne, he had the first new palace built in Phetchaburi in 1859, on the top of Khao Khiri or Khao Maha Nakhon Khiri Palace”. The hill was renamed “Khao Mahasawan” the great paradise but has been commonly called Khao Wang by the locals.&nbs... read more
This temple or Wat Phra Non in another name, stands at the foot of Khao Wang. The temple houses the beautiful reclining Buddha image or Phra Phuttha Buddha image or Phra Phuttha Saiyat in stucco and brick work, lacquered and covered with gold foil. One of the 4 largest reclining Buddha in Thailand, and is believed to date back to the middle of the Ayutthaya period. The status, presently enshrined ... read more
King Rama IV had it built at Ban Puen village by the river of Phetchaburi in 1910, the very last year of his reign, to be his retreat in the rainy season. It was a model of the summer palace of Keiser Whilhelm of Germany. Mr. Carl Dohring, the German architect who had designed Bang Khun Phrom Palace, was assigned to supervise the construction which was in Jugendstil style, a mixture between the Ba... read more
Cha-am is the most popular beach where tourist activities most abound, Hat Cha-am is a clean white beach of over 7 kilometers long. The middle area provides a variety of shops and recreations: water scooter, horse riding. The more tranquil atmosphere n the north and south of the beach provides outdoor leisurely pursuits such as sunbath, plunging in the natural environment and the localsâ&eur... read more
King Rama V, or King Mongkutklao had it designed by and Italian architect, built of teak wood with gilding.  It sets at the beach in Tambon Haui Sai Nuea, Amphoe Cha-am. The area was then abundant with wildlife especially deer, thus resulting in such a name of this palace which means Deer Garden. The palace consists of 3 important buildings.
This magnificent Summer Palace Phra Ratchaniw...
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