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Prachinburi is a province in Thailand which is rich in various traveling styles including the famous national park – Khao Yai National Park and Thap Lan National Park which are listed in world and nation’s heritages.

There are 7 districts in Prachinburi – Mueang Prachinburi, Ban Sang, Prachantakham, Si Mahosot, Si Maha Phot, Kabin Buri, and Na Di.

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There are buses from Bangkok to Prachinburi in Bangkok’s northern bus terminal (Mo Chit 2) daily.  For more information, call 1490 or go to the website www.transport.co.th

Now, you can buy a ticket online in www.busticket.in.th, www.thaiticketmajor.com  or www.thairoute.com

Ordinary/ rapid/ express trains leave Bangkok’s Hualamphong station for Prachinburi throughout the day which takes about 2 -3  hours.  For more information, contact State Railway of Thailand by calling 1690 or going to the website www.railway.co.th

Now, you can buy a ticket online in https://www.thairailwayticket.com/eTSRT/

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Prachinburi is a province in Thailand which is rich in various traveling styles including the famous national park – Khao Yai National Park and Thap Lan National Park which are listed in world and nation’s heritages.

There are 7 districts in Prachinburi – Mueang Prachinburi, Ban Sang, Prachantakham, Si Mahosot, Si Maha Phot, Kabin Buri, and Na Di.


The primarily agricultural province of Prachin Buri is located along the Cambodian boarder to the east of Bangkok. As an area that has been occupied for roughly 800 years, the region contains many ruins from the Dvaravati and Khmer kingdoms. Prachin Buri province is also well known for containing Khao Yai, Thap Lan and Pang Sida National Parks, which together cover over 3,000 square kilometers, the largest protected area of land in Thailand. Much of the remainder of Prachin Buri province is occupied by rice fields.

The primarily agricultural province of Prachin Buri is located along the Cambodian boarder to the east of Bangkok, where it has been occupied for roughly 800 years. Prachin Buri province contains Khao Yai, Thap Lan and Pang Sida National Parks, which together cover over 3,000 square kilometers, the largest protected area of land in Thailand. There is a wealth of outdoor activities to do in Prachin Buri, a province that isn’t overrun with tourists and therefore features beautiful natural attractions, including waterfalls and river rapids that are alternatively quiet or exciting depending on the season and your preference of outdoor activity.

Many hotels and resorts are available in Prachinburi especially on the way to Khao Yai Naitionl Park.

You can choose a homestay provided by local people who want to promote cultural tourism for visitors to experience traditional way of life.  There are also rooms and tents, food and local guides for visitors at reasonable prices.

In national parks, there are rooms and tents for visitors especially in Khao Yai National Park and Thap Lan National Park where visitors can go camping and feel the nature.

The Bodhi tree in the temple Wat Si Maha Pot – The oldest big Bodhi tree in Thailand which is believed that its shoot is from the Bodhi tree in Bodh Gaya, India where is an enlightenment place of Lord Buddha.

Thap Lan National Park – Visitors can see ancient plants and go rafting.

Khao Thung – The mountain in Khao Yai National Park with grass field on the top like Phu Kradueng in Loei province.

Prachinburi National Museum – it is located behind Prachinburi Provincial Hall.

Chao Phraya Abhaibhubejhr Museum – The building with Baroque style invites tourists come to visit and take photos.  Inside the building, there are exhibitions of Thai traditional medicine, ancient medical equipment and tools, and knowledge about Thai medicine.

Yusuksuwan Museum – it is known as a lamp museum with a collection of over 10,000 pressurized paraffin lamps.

Kaeng Hin Poeng – it is one of the top rafting places in Thailand located in Khao Yai National Park.  During rainy season, there is Long Kaeng Hin Poeng (Rafting) festival every year.

Wat Kaew Phichit – the temple with beautiful art and architecture in the chapel.

Namtok Khao E-To – the beautiful waterfall where you can go swimming and relaxing or go to see a scenic view at Pha Hin Son view point.

Si Mahosot Ancient Town – it is a collection of historic ruins constructed in the Dvaravati Period comprising with ancient sites, hills, over 100 ponds and wells around the town.

Namtok Tarnthip – the waterfall with rivers flowing through various sizes of basins.

Phra Buddha Dvaravati Si Prachin Sirindhorn Lokanart – the big Buddha image with the attitude of spreading Naga located on the mountain near Muaeng Prachinburi.

Dasada Gallery – the flower resort exhibiting flowery garden in the big greenhouse.

The Verona at Tublan – The Italian-styled shopping mall with many shops, restaurants and beautiful corners for visitors to take photos.  It is an interesting rest place on the road.

There are many activities to do in Prachinburi, for example; rafting, going to waterfalls, birdwatching, trekking, worshiping the old Budhi tree, visiting Si Mahosot historical site, buying some fresh fruits, bamboo shoots in reasonable price, tasting traditional food and desserts, riding a bicycle in the fruit orchard, learning how to growing plants, and exploring local people’s way of life.

Travel tips

The best season for rafting is rainy season, during July – November when the water current is suitable for rafting.

Pets are not allowed in the national park areas.

Wild monkeys can be seen everywhere in Khao Yai Naitional Park.  Feeding the monkeys is not permitted.

When you visit Prachinburi in rainy season, fresh bamboo shoots are sold everywhere with a cheap price.

There are various kinds of food you can choose either on the streets or in the restaurants.  You can try delicious local food in the markets.

There are many interesting souvenirs including O-TOP products which are traditional handicrafts and agricultural products.  You can also buy some herbal products from Chaopraya Abhaiphubejhr Hospital.

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Prachinburi is a province in Thailand which is rich in various traveling styles including the famous national park – Khao Yai National Park and Thap Lan National Park which are listed in world and nation’s heritages.

There are 7 districts in Prachinburi – Mueang Prachinburi, Ban Sang, Prachantakham, Si Mahosot, Si Maha Phot, Kabin Buri, and Na Di.


The primarily agricultural province of Prachin Buri is located along the Cambodian boarder to the east of Bangkok. As an area that has been occupied for roughly 800 years, the region contains many ruins from the Dvaravati and Khmer kingdoms. Prachin Buri province is also well known for containing Khao Yai, Thap Lan and Pang Sida National Parks, which together cover over 3,000 square kilometers, the largest protected area of land in Thailand. Much of the remainder of Prachin Buri province is occupied by rice fields.

The primarily agricultural province of Prachin Buri is located along the Cambodian boarder to the east of Bangkok, where it has been occupied for roughly 800 years. Prachin Buri province contains Khao Yai, Thap Lan and Pang Sida National Parks, which together cover over 3,000 square kilometers, the largest protected area of land in Thailand. There is a wealth of outdoor activities to do in Prachin Buri, a province that isn’t overrun with tourists and therefore features beautiful natural attractions, including waterfalls and river rapids that are alternatively quiet or exciting depending on the season and your preference of outdoor activity.

Many hotels and resorts are available in Prachinburi especially on the way to Khao Yai Naitionl Park.

You can choose a homestay provided by local people who want to promote cultural tourism for visitors to experience traditional way of life.  There are also rooms and tents, food and local guides for visitors at reasonable prices.

In national parks, there are rooms and tents for visitors especially in Khao Yai National Park and Thap Lan National Park where visitors can go camping and feel the nature.

The Bodhi tree in the temple Wat Si Maha Pot – The oldest big Bodhi tree in Thailand which is believed that its shoot is from the Bodhi tree in Bodh Gaya, India where is an enlightenment place of Lord Buddha.

Thap Lan National Park – Visitors can see ancient plants and go rafting.

Khao Thung – The mountain in Khao Yai National Park with grass field on the top like Phu Kradueng in Loei province.

Prachinburi National Museum – it is located behind Prachinburi Provincial Hall.

Chao Phraya Abhaibhubejhr Museum – The building with Baroque style invites tourists come to visit and take photos.  Inside the building, there are exhibitions of Thai traditional medicine, ancient medical equipment and tools, and knowledge about Thai medicine.

Yusuksuwan Museum – it is known as a lamp museum with a collection of over 10,000 pressurized paraffin lamps.

Kaeng Hin Poeng – it is one of the top rafting places in Thailand located in Khao Yai National Park.  During rainy season, there is Long Kaeng Hin Poeng (Rafting) festival every year.

Wat Kaew Phichit – the temple with beautiful art and architecture in the chapel.

Namtok Khao E-To – the beautiful waterfall where you can go swimming and relaxing or go to see a scenic view at Pha Hin Son view point.

Si Mahosot Ancient Town – it is a collection of historic ruins constructed in the Dvaravati Period comprising with ancient sites, hills, over 100 ponds and wells around the town.

Namtok Tarnthip – the waterfall with rivers flowing through various sizes of basins.

Phra Buddha Dvaravati Si Prachin Sirindhorn Lokanart – the big Buddha image with the attitude of spreading Naga located on the mountain near Muaeng Prachinburi.

Dasada Gallery – the flower resort exhibiting flowery garden in the big greenhouse.

The Verona at Tublan – The Italian-styled shopping mall with many shops, restaurants and beautiful corners for visitors to take photos.  It is an interesting rest place on the road.

There are many activities to do in Prachinburi, for example; rafting, going to waterfalls, birdwatching, trekking, worshiping the old Budhi tree, visiting Si Mahosot historical site, buying some fresh fruits, bamboo shoots in reasonable price, tasting traditional food and desserts, riding a bicycle in the fruit orchard, learning how to growing plants, and exploring local people’s way of life.

Travel tips

The best season for rafting is rainy season, during July – November when the water current is suitable for rafting.

Pets are not allowed in the national park areas.

Wild monkeys can be seen everywhere in Khao Yai Naitional Park.  Feeding the monkeys is not permitted.

When you visit Prachinburi in rainy season, fresh bamboo shoots are sold everywhere with a cheap price.

There are various kinds of food you can choose either on the streets or in the restaurants.  You can try delicious local food in the markets.

There are many interesting souvenirs including O-TOP products which are traditional handicrafts and agricultural products.  You can also buy some herbal products from Chaopraya Abhaiphubejhr Hospital.

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Prachinburi is a province in Thailand which is rich in various traveling styles including the famous national park – Khao Yai National Park and Thap Lan National Park which are listed in world and nation’s heritages.

There are 7 districts in Prachinburi – Mueang Prachinburi, Ban Sang, Prachantakham, Si Mahosot, Si Maha Phot, Kabin Buri, and Na Di.


The primarily agricultural province of Prachin Buri is located along the Cambodian boarder to the east of Bangkok. As an area that has been occupied for roughly 800 years, the region contains many ruins from the Dvaravati and Khmer kingdoms. Prachin Buri province is also well known for containing Khao Yai, Thap Lan and Pang Sida National Parks, which together cover over 3,000 square kilometers, the largest protected area of land in Thailand. Much of the remainder of Prachin Buri province is occupied by rice fields.

The primarily agricultural province of Prachin Buri is located along the Cambodian boarder to the east of Bangkok, where it has been occupied for roughly 800 years. Prachin Buri province contains Khao Yai, Thap Lan and Pang Sida National Parks, which together cover over 3,000 square kilometers, the largest protected area of land in Thailand. There is a wealth of outdoor activities to do in Prachin Buri, a province that isn’t overrun with tourists and therefore features beautiful natural attractions, including waterfalls and river rapids that are alternatively quiet or exciting depending on the season and your preference of outdoor activity.

Many hotels and resorts are available in Prachinburi especially on the way to Khao Yai Naitionl Park.

You can choose a homestay provided by local people who want to promote cultural tourism for visitors to experience traditional way of life.  There are also rooms and tents, food and local guides for visitors at reasonable prices.

In national parks, there are rooms and tents for visitors especially in Khao Yai National Park and Thap Lan National Park where visitors can go camping and feel the nature.

The Bodhi tree in the temple Wat Si Maha Pot – The oldest big Bodhi tree in Thailand which is believed that its shoot is from the Bodhi tree in Bodh Gaya, India where is an enlightenment place of Lord Buddha.

Thap Lan National Park – Visitors can see ancient plants and go rafting.

Khao Thung – The mountain in Khao Yai National Park with grass field on the top like Phu Kradueng in Loei province.

Prachinburi National Museum – it is located behind Prachinburi Provincial Hall.

Chao Phraya Abhaibhubejhr Museum – The building with Baroque style invites tourists come to visit and take photos.  Inside the building, there are exhibitions of Thai traditional medicine, ancient medical equipment and tools, and knowledge about Thai medicine.

Yusuksuwan Museum – it is known as a lamp museum with a collection of over 10,000 pressurized paraffin lamps.

Kaeng Hin Poeng – it is one of the top rafting places in Thailand located in Khao Yai National Park.  During rainy season, there is Long Kaeng Hin Poeng (Rafting) festival every year.

Wat Kaew Phichit – the temple with beautiful art and architecture in the chapel.

Namtok Khao E-To – the beautiful waterfall where you can go swimming and relaxing or go to see a scenic view at Pha Hin Son view point.

Si Mahosot Ancient Town – it is a collection of historic ruins constructed in the Dvaravati Period comprising with ancient sites, hills, over 100 ponds and wells around the town.

Namtok Tarnthip – the waterfall with rivers flowing through various sizes of basins.

Phra Buddha Dvaravati Si Prachin Sirindhorn Lokanart – the big Buddha image with the attitude of spreading Naga located on the mountain near Muaeng Prachinburi.

Dasada Gallery – the flower resort exhibiting flowery garden in the big greenhouse.

The Verona at Tublan – The Italian-styled shopping mall with many shops, restaurants and beautiful corners for visitors to take photos.  It is an interesting rest place on the road.

There are many activities to do in Prachinburi, for example; rafting, going to waterfalls, birdwatching, trekking, worshiping the old Budhi tree, visiting Si Mahosot historical site, buying some fresh fruits, bamboo shoots in reasonable price, tasting traditional food and desserts, riding a bicycle in the fruit orchard, learning how to growing plants, and exploring local people’s way of life.

Travel tips

The best season for rafting is rainy season, during July – November when the water current is suitable for rafting.

Pets are not allowed in the national park areas.

Wild monkeys can be seen everywhere in Khao Yai Naitional Park.  Feeding the monkeys is not permitted.

When you visit Prachinburi in rainy season, fresh bamboo shoots are sold everywhere with a cheap price.

There are various kinds of food you can choose either on the streets or in the restaurants.  You can try delicious local food in the markets.

There are many interesting souvenirs including O-TOP products which are traditional handicrafts and agricultural products.  You can also buy some herbal products from Chaopraya Abhaiphubejhr Hospital.

Prachinburi is a province in Thailand which is rich in various traveling styles including the famous national park – Khao Yai National Park and Thap Lan National Park which are listed in world and nation’s heritages.

There are 7 districts in Prachinburi – Mueang Prachinburi, Ban Sang, Prachantakham, Si Mahosot, Si Maha Phot, Kabin Buri, and Na Di.


The primarily agricultural province of Prachin Buri is located along the Cambodian boarder to the east of Bangkok. As an area that has been occupied for roughly 800 years, the region contains many ruins from the Dvaravati and Khmer kingdoms. Prachin Buri province is also well known for containing Khao Yai, Thap Lan and Pang Sida National Parks, which together cover over 3,000 square kilometers, the largest protected area of land in Thailand. Much of the remainder of Prachin Buri province is occupied by rice fields.

The primarily agricultural province of Prachin Buri is located along the Cambodian boarder to the east of Bangkok, where it has been occupied for roughly 800 years. Prachin Buri province contains Khao Yai, Thap Lan and Pang Sida National Parks, which together cover over 3,000 square kilometers, the largest protected area of land in Thailand. There is a wealth of outdoor activities to do in Prachin Buri, a province that isn’t overrun with tourists and therefore features beautiful natural attractions, including waterfalls and river rapids that are alternatively quiet or exciting depending on the season and your preference of outdoor activity.

Many hotels and resorts are available in Prachinburi especially on the way to Khao Yai Naitionl Park.

You can choose a homestay provided by local people who want to promote cultural tourism for visitors to experience traditional way of life.  There are also rooms and tents, food and local guides for visitors at reasonable prices.

In national parks, there are rooms and tents for visitors especially in Khao Yai National Park and Thap Lan National Park where visitors can go camping and feel the nature.

The Bodhi tree in the temple Wat Si Maha Pot – The oldest big Bodhi tree in Thailand which is believed that its shoot is from the Bodhi tree in Bodh Gaya, India where is an enlightenment place of Lord Buddha.

Thap Lan National Park – Visitors can see ancient plants and go rafting.

Khao Thung – The mountain in Khao Yai National Park with grass field on the top like Phu Kradueng in Loei province.

Prachinburi National Museum – it is located behind Prachinburi Provincial Hall.

Chao Phraya Abhaibhubejhr Museum – The building with Baroque style invites tourists come to visit and take photos.  Inside the building, there are exhibitions of Thai traditional medicine, ancient medical equipment and tools, and knowledge about Thai medicine.

Yusuksuwan Museum – it is known as a lamp museum with a collection of over 10,000 pressurized paraffin lamps.

Kaeng Hin Poeng – it is one of the top rafting places in Thailand located in Khao Yai National Park.  During rainy season, there is Long Kaeng Hin Poeng (Rafting) festival every year.

Wat Kaew Phichit – the temple with beautiful art and architecture in the chapel.

Namtok Khao E-To – the beautiful waterfall where you can go swimming and relaxing or go to see a scenic view at Pha Hin Son view point.

Si Mahosot Ancient Town – it is a collection of historic ruins constructed in the Dvaravati Period comprising with ancient sites, hills, over 100 ponds and wells around the town.

Namtok Tarnthip – the waterfall with rivers flowing through various sizes of basins.

Phra Buddha Dvaravati Si Prachin Sirindhorn Lokanart – the big Buddha image with the attitude of spreading Naga located on the mountain near Muaeng Prachinburi.

Dasada Gallery – the flower resort exhibiting flowery garden in the big greenhouse.

The Verona at Tublan – The Italian-styled shopping mall with many shops, restaurants and beautiful corners for visitors to take photos.  It is an interesting rest place on the road.

There are many activities to do in Prachinburi, for example; rafting, going to waterfalls, birdwatching, trekking, worshiping the old Budhi tree, visiting Si Mahosot historical site, buying some fresh fruits, bamboo shoots in reasonable price, tasting traditional food and desserts, riding a bicycle in the fruit orchard, learning how to growing plants, and exploring local people’s way of life.

Travel tips

The best season for rafting is rainy season, during July – November when the water current is suitable for rafting.

Pets are not allowed in the national park areas.

Wild monkeys can be seen everywhere in Khao Yai Naitional Park.  Feeding the monkeys is not permitted.

When you visit Prachinburi in rainy season, fresh bamboo shoots are sold everywhere with a cheap price.

There are various kinds of food you can choose either on the streets or in the restaurants.  You can try delicious local food in the markets.

There are many interesting souvenirs including O-TOP products which are traditional handicrafts and agricultural products.  You can also buy some herbal products from Chaopraya Abhaiphubejhr Hospital.

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Prachinburi is a province in Thailand which is rich in various traveling styles including the famous national park – Khao Yai National Park and Thap Lan National Park which are listed in world and nation’s heritages.

There are 7 districts in Prachinburi – Mueang Prachinburi, Ban Sang, Prachantakham, Si Mahosot, Si Maha Phot, Kabin Buri, and Na Di.


The primarily agricultural province of Prachin Buri is located along the Cambodian boarder to the east of Bangkok. As an area that has been occupied for roughly 800 years, the region contains many ruins from the Dvaravati and Khmer kingdoms. Prachin Buri province is also well known for containing Khao Yai, Thap Lan and Pang Sida National Parks, which together cover over 3,000 square kilometers, the largest protected area of land in Thailand. Much of the remainder of Prachin Buri province is occupied by rice fields.

The primarily agricultural province of Prachin Buri is located along the Cambodian boarder to the east of Bangkok, where it has been occupied for roughly 800 years. Prachin Buri province contains Khao Yai, Thap Lan and Pang Sida National Parks, which together cover over 3,000 square kilometers, the largest protected area of land in Thailand. There is a wealth of outdoor activities to do in Prachin Buri, a province that isn’t overrun with tourists and therefore features beautiful natural attractions, including waterfalls and river rapids that are alternatively quiet or exciting depending on the season and your preference of outdoor activity.

Many hotels and resorts are available in Prachinburi especially on the way to Khao Yai Naitionl Park.

You can choose a homestay provided by local people who want to promote cultural tourism for visitors to experience traditional way of life.  There are also rooms and tents, food and local guides for visitors at reasonable prices.

In national parks, there are rooms and tents for visitors especially in Khao Yai National Park and Thap Lan National Park where visitors can go camping and feel the nature.

The Bodhi tree in the temple Wat Si Maha Pot – The oldest big Bodhi tree in Thailand which is believed that its shoot is from the Bodhi tree in Bodh Gaya, India where is an enlightenment place of Lord Buddha.

Thap Lan National Park – Visitors can see ancient plants and go rafting.

Khao Thung – The mountain in Khao Yai National Park with grass field on the top like Phu Kradueng in Loei province.

Prachinburi National Museum – it is located behind Prachinburi Provincial Hall.

Chao Phraya Abhaibhubejhr Museum – The building with Baroque style invites tourists come to visit and take photos.  Inside the building, there are exhibitions of Thai traditional medicine, ancient medical equipment and tools, and knowledge about Thai medicine.

Yusuksuwan Museum – it is known as a lamp museum with a collection of over 10,000 pressurized paraffin lamps.

Kaeng Hin Poeng – it is one of the top rafting places in Thailand located in Khao Yai National Park.  During rainy season, there is Long Kaeng Hin Poeng (Rafting) festival every year.

Wat Kaew Phichit – the temple with beautiful art and architecture in the chapel.

Namtok Khao E-To – the beautiful waterfall where you can go swimming and relaxing or go to see a scenic view at Pha Hin Son view point.

Si Mahosot Ancient Town – it is a collection of historic ruins constructed in the Dvaravati Period comprising with ancient sites, hills, over 100 ponds and wells around the town.

Namtok Tarnthip – the waterfall with rivers flowing through various sizes of basins.

Phra Buddha Dvaravati Si Prachin Sirindhorn Lokanart – the big Buddha image with the attitude of spreading Naga located on the mountain near Muaeng Prachinburi.

Dasada Gallery – the flower resort exhibiting flowery garden in the big greenhouse.

The Verona at Tublan – The Italian-styled shopping mall with many shops, restaurants and beautiful corners for visitors to take photos.  It is an interesting rest place on the road.

There are many activities to do in Prachinburi, for example; rafting, going to waterfalls, birdwatching, trekking, worshiping the old Budhi tree, visiting Si Mahosot historical site, buying some fresh fruits, bamboo shoots in reasonable price, tasting traditional food and desserts, riding a bicycle in the fruit orchard, learning how to growing plants, and exploring local people’s way of life.

Travel tips

The best season for rafting is rainy season, during July – November when the water current is suitable for rafting.

Pets are not allowed in the national park areas.

Wild monkeys can be seen everywhere in Khao Yai Naitional Park.  Feeding the monkeys is not permitted.

When you visit Prachinburi in rainy season, fresh bamboo shoots are sold everywhere with a cheap price.

There are various kinds of food you can choose either on the streets or in the restaurants.  You can try delicious local food in the markets.

There are many interesting souvenirs including O-TOP products which are traditional handicrafts and agricultural products.  You can also buy some herbal products from Chaopraya Abhaiphubejhr Hospital.

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Prachinburi is a province in Thailand which is rich in various traveling styles including the famous national park – Khao Yai National Park and Thap Lan National Park which are listed in world and nation’s heritages.

There are 7 districts in Prachinburi – Mueang Prachinburi, Ban Sang, Prachantakham, Si Mahosot, Si Maha Phot, Kabin Buri, and Na Di.


The primarily agricultural province of Prachin Buri is located along the Cambodian boarder to the east of Bangkok. As an area that has been occupied for roughly 800 years, the region contains many ruins from the Dvaravati and Khmer kingdoms. Prachin Buri province is also well known for containing Khao Yai, Thap Lan and Pang Sida National Parks, which together cover over 3,000 square kilometers, the largest protected area of land in Thailand. Much of the remainder of Prachin Buri province is occupied by rice fields.

The primarily agricultural province of Prachin Buri is located along the Cambodian boarder to the east of Bangkok, where it has been occupied for roughly 800 years. Prachin Buri province contains Khao Yai, Thap Lan and Pang Sida National Parks, which together cover over 3,000 square kilometers, the largest protected area of land in Thailand. There is a wealth of outdoor activities to do in Prachin Buri, a province that isn’t overrun with tourists and therefore features beautiful natural attractions, including waterfalls and river rapids that are alternatively quiet or exciting depending on the season and your preference of outdoor activity.

Many hotels and resorts are available in Prachinburi especially on the way to Khao Yai Naitionl Park.

You can choose a homestay provided by local people who want to promote cultural tourism for visitors to experience traditional way of life.  There are also rooms and tents, food and local guides for visitors at reasonable prices.

In national parks, there are rooms and tents for visitors especially in Khao Yai National Park and Thap Lan National Park where visitors can go camping and feel the nature.

The Bodhi tree in the temple Wat Si Maha Pot – The oldest big Bodhi tree in Thailand which is believed that its shoot is from the Bodhi tree in Bodh Gaya, India where is an enlightenment place of Lord Buddha.

Thap Lan National Park – Visitors can see ancient plants and go rafting.

Khao Thung – The mountain in Khao Yai National Park with grass field on the top like Phu Kradueng in Loei province.

Prachinburi National Museum – it is located behind Prachinburi Provincial Hall.

Chao Phraya Abhaibhubejhr Museum – The building with Baroque style invites tourists come to visit and take photos.  Inside the building, there are exhibitions of Thai traditional medicine, ancient medical equipment and tools, and knowledge about Thai medicine.

Yusuksuwan Museum – it is known as a lamp museum with a collection of over 10,000 pressurized paraffin lamps.

Kaeng Hin Poeng – it is one of the top rafting places in Thailand located in Khao Yai National Park.  During rainy season, there is Long Kaeng Hin Poeng (Rafting) festival every year.

Wat Kaew Phichit – the temple with beautiful art and architecture in the chapel.

Namtok Khao E-To – the beautiful waterfall where you can go swimming and relaxing or go to see a scenic view at Pha Hin Son view point.

Si Mahosot Ancient Town – it is a collection of historic ruins constructed in the Dvaravati Period comprising with ancient sites, hills, over 100 ponds and wells around the town.

Namtok Tarnthip – the waterfall with rivers flowing through various sizes of basins.

Phra Buddha Dvaravati Si Prachin Sirindhorn Lokanart – the big Buddha image with the attitude of spreading Naga located on the mountain near Muaeng Prachinburi.

Dasada Gallery – the flower resort exhibiting flowery garden in the big greenhouse.

The Verona at Tublan – The Italian-styled shopping mall with many shops, restaurants and beautiful corners for visitors to take photos.  It is an interesting rest place on the road.

There are many activities to do in Prachinburi, for example; rafting, going to waterfalls, birdwatching, trekking, worshiping the old Budhi tree, visiting Si Mahosot historical site, buying some fresh fruits, bamboo shoots in reasonable price, tasting traditional food and desserts, riding a bicycle in the fruit orchard, learning how to growing plants, and exploring local people’s way of life.

Travel tips

The best season for rafting is rainy season, during July – November when the water current is suitable for rafting.

Pets are not allowed in the national park areas.

Wild monkeys can be seen everywhere in Khao Yai Naitional Park.  Feeding the monkeys is not permitted.

When you visit Prachinburi in rainy season, fresh bamboo shoots are sold everywhere with a cheap price.

There are various kinds of food you can choose either on the streets or in the restaurants.  You can try delicious local food in the markets.

There are many interesting souvenirs including O-TOP products which are traditional handicrafts and agricultural products.  You can also buy some herbal products from Chaopraya Abhaiphubejhr Hospital.

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Prachinburi is a province in Thailand which is rich in various traveling styles including the famous national park – Khao Yai National Park and Thap Lan National Park which are listed in world and nation’s heritages.

There are 7 districts in Prachinburi – Mueang Prachinburi, Ban Sang, Prachantakham, Si Mahosot, Si Maha Phot, Kabin Buri, and Na Di.


The primarily agricultural province of Prachin Buri is located along the Cambodian boarder to the east of Bangkok. As an area that has been occupied for roughly 800 years, the region contains many ruins from the Dvaravati and Khmer kingdoms. Prachin Buri province is also well known for containing Khao Yai, Thap Lan and Pang Sida National Parks, which together cover over 3,000 square kilometers, the largest protected area of land in Thailand. Much of the remainder of Prachin Buri province is occupied by rice fields.

The primarily agricultural province of Prachin Buri is located along the Cambodian boarder to the east of Bangkok, where it has been occupied for roughly 800 years. Prachin Buri province contains Khao Yai, Thap Lan and Pang Sida National Parks, which together cover over 3,000 square kilometers, the largest protected area of land in Thailand. There is a wealth of outdoor activities to do in Prachin Buri, a province that isn’t overrun with tourists and therefore features beautiful natural attractions, including waterfalls and river rapids that are alternatively quiet or exciting depending on the season and your preference of outdoor activity.

Many hotels and resorts are available in Prachinburi especially on the way to Khao Yai Naitionl Park.

You can choose a homestay provided by local people who want to promote cultural tourism for visitors to experience traditional way of life.  There are also rooms and tents, food and local guides for visitors at reasonable prices.

In national parks, there are rooms and tents for visitors especially in Khao Yai National Park and Thap Lan National Park where visitors can go camping and feel the nature.

The Bodhi tree in the temple Wat Si Maha Pot – The oldest big Bodhi tree in Thailand which is believed that its shoot is from the Bodhi tree in Bodh Gaya, India where is an enlightenment place of Lord Buddha.

Thap Lan National Park – Visitors can see ancient plants and go rafting.

Khao Thung – The mountain in Khao Yai National Park with grass field on the top like Phu Kradueng in Loei province.

Prachinburi National Museum – it is located behind Prachinburi Provincial Hall.

Chao Phraya Abhaibhubejhr Museum – The building with Baroque style invites tourists come to visit and take photos.  Inside the building, there are exhibitions of Thai traditional medicine, ancient medical equipment and tools, and knowledge about Thai medicine.

Yusuksuwan Museum – it is known as a lamp museum with a collection of over 10,000 pressurized paraffin lamps.

Kaeng Hin Poeng – it is one of the top rafting places in Thailand located in Khao Yai National Park.  During rainy season, there is Long Kaeng Hin Poeng (Rafting) festival every year.

Wat Kaew Phichit – the temple with beautiful art and architecture in the chapel.

Namtok Khao E-To – the beautiful waterfall where you can go swimming and relaxing or go to see a scenic view at Pha Hin Son view point.

Si Mahosot Ancient Town – it is a collection of historic ruins constructed in the Dvaravati Period comprising with ancient sites, hills, over 100 ponds and wells around the town.

Namtok Tarnthip – the waterfall with rivers flowing through various sizes of basins.

Phra Buddha Dvaravati Si Prachin Sirindhorn Lokanart – the big Buddha image with the attitude of spreading Naga located on the mountain near Muaeng Prachinburi.

Dasada Gallery – the flower resort exhibiting flowery garden in the big greenhouse.

The Verona at Tublan – The Italian-styled shopping mall with many shops, restaurants and beautiful corners for visitors to take photos.  It is an interesting rest place on the road.

There are many activities to do in Prachinburi, for example; rafting, going to waterfalls, birdwatching, trekking, worshiping the old Budhi tree, visiting Si Mahosot historical site, buying some fresh fruits, bamboo shoots in reasonable price, tasting traditional food and desserts, riding a bicycle in the fruit orchard, learning how to growing plants, and exploring local people’s way of life.

Travel tips

The best season for rafting is rainy season, during July – November when the water current is suitable for rafting.

Pets are not allowed in the national park areas.

Wild monkeys can be seen everywhere in Khao Yai Naitional Park.  Feeding the monkeys is not permitted.

When you visit Prachinburi in rainy season, fresh bamboo shoots are sold everywhere with a cheap price.

There are various kinds of food you can choose either on the streets or in the restaurants.  You can try delicious local food in the markets.

There are many interesting souvenirs including O-TOP products which are traditional handicrafts and agricultural products.  You can also buy some herbal products from Chaopraya Abhaiphubejhr Hospital.

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Prachinburi is a province in Thailand which is rich in various traveling styles including the famous national park – Khao Yai National Park and Thap Lan National Park which are listed in world and nation’s heritages.

There are 7 districts in Prachinburi – Mueang Prachinburi, Ban Sang, Prachantakham, Si Mahosot, Si Maha Phot, Kabin Buri, and Na Di.


The primarily agricultural province of Prachin Buri is located along the Cambodian boarder to the east of Bangkok. As an area that has been occupied for roughly 800 years, the region contains many ruins from the Dvaravati and Khmer kingdoms. Prachin Buri province is also well known for containing Khao Yai, Thap Lan and Pang Sida National Parks, which together cover over 3,000 square kilometers, the largest protected area of land in Thailand. Much of the remainder of Prachin Buri province is occupied by rice fields.

The primarily agricultural province of Prachin Buri is located along the Cambodian boarder to the east of Bangkok, where it has been occupied for roughly 800 years. Prachin Buri province contains Khao Yai, Thap Lan and Pang Sida National Parks, which together cover over 3,000 square kilometers, the largest protected area of land in Thailand. There is a wealth of outdoor activities to do in Prachin Buri, a province that isn’t overrun with tourists and therefore features beautiful natural attractions, including waterfalls and river rapids that are alternatively quiet or exciting depending on the season and your preference of outdoor activity.

Many hotels and resorts are available in Prachinburi especially on the way to Khao Yai Naitionl Park.

You can choose a homestay provided by local people who want to promote cultural tourism for visitors to experience traditional way of life.  There are also rooms and tents, food and local guides for visitors at reasonable prices.

In national parks, there are rooms and tents for visitors especially in Khao Yai National Park and Thap Lan National Park where visitors can go camping and feel the nature.

The Bodhi tree in the temple Wat Si Maha Pot – The oldest big Bodhi tree in Thailand which is believed that its shoot is from the Bodhi tree in Bodh Gaya, India where is an enlightenment place of Lord Buddha.

Thap Lan National Park – Visitors can see ancient plants and go rafting.

Khao Thung – The mountain in Khao Yai National Park with grass field on the top like Phu Kradueng in Loei province.

Prachinburi National Museum – it is located behind Prachinburi Provincial Hall.

Chao Phraya Abhaibhubejhr Museum – The building with Baroque style invites tourists come to visit and take photos.  Inside the building, there are exhibitions of Thai traditional medicine, ancient medical equipment and tools, and knowledge about Thai medicine.

Yusuksuwan Museum – it is known as a lamp museum with a collection of over 10,000 pressurized paraffin lamps.

Kaeng Hin Poeng – it is one of the top rafting places in Thailand located in Khao Yai National Park.  During rainy season, there is Long Kaeng Hin Poeng (Rafting) festival every year.

Wat Kaew Phichit – the temple with beautiful art and architecture in the chapel.

Namtok Khao E-To – the beautiful waterfall where you can go swimming and relaxing or go to see a scenic view at Pha Hin Son view point.

Si Mahosot Ancient Town – it is a collection of historic ruins constructed in the Dvaravati Period comprising with ancient sites, hills, over 100 ponds and wells around the town.

Namtok Tarnthip – the waterfall with rivers flowing through various sizes of basins.

Phra Buddha Dvaravati Si Prachin Sirindhorn Lokanart – the big Buddha image with the attitude of spreading Naga located on the mountain near Muaeng Prachinburi.

Dasada Gallery – the flower resort exhibiting flowery garden in the big greenhouse.

The Verona at Tublan – The Italian-styled shopping mall with many shops, restaurants and beautiful corners for visitors to take photos.  It is an interesting rest place on the road.

There are many activities to do in Prachinburi, for example; rafting, going to waterfalls, birdwatching, trekking, worshiping the old Budhi tree, visiting Si Mahosot historical site, buying some fresh fruits, bamboo shoots in reasonable price, tasting traditional food and desserts, riding a bicycle in the fruit orchard, learning how to growing plants, and exploring local people’s way of life.

Travel tips

The best season for rafting is rainy season, during July – November when the water current is suitable for rafting.

Pets are not allowed in the national park areas.

Wild monkeys can be seen everywhere in Khao Yai Naitional Park.  Feeding the monkeys is not permitted.

When you visit Prachinburi in rainy season, fresh bamboo shoots are sold everywhere with a cheap price.

There are various kinds of food you can choose either on the streets or in the restaurants.  You can try delicious local food in the markets.

There are many interesting souvenirs including O-TOP products which are traditional handicrafts and agricultural products.  You can also buy some herbal products from Chaopraya Abhaiphubejhr Hospital.