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Uttaradit Province is located on a prehistoric area, evident by an excavation of a bronze drum from the early Metal Age at Tambon Tha Sao, Amphoe Mueang. Besides historical attractions, Uttaradit has many other places and interesting activities to offer. 

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There are air-conditioned Bangkok – Uttaradit buses running from the Mo Chit Bus Terminal (Northern Line) every day. It takes around seven hours and a half. For more information, call 1490 or visit www.transport.co.th.

Online ticket booking is also available on www.busticket.in.th, www.thaiticketmajor.com, and www.thairoute.com.

There are also bus services between Uttaradit and other provinces and cities such as Chiang Mai, Lampang, Lamphun, Chiang Rai, Nan, Phrae, Phayao, Chiang Khong, Tak, Sukhothai, Phitsanulok, Nakhon Sawan, Phichit, Udon Thani, Loei, Sakon Nakhon, Khon Kaen, Ubon Ratchathani, Nakhon Ratchasima, Pattaya, and Rayong. For more information, call Uttaradit Bus Terminal at 0 5541 1940. 

There are trains from Hua Lamphong Railway Station to Uttaradit eight times a day, which include rapid trains, express trains, and special express trains. The journey takes around six to nine hours.

For more information, contact the State Railway of Thailand at 1690 anytime or visit www.railway.co.th. You have to book at least three days in advance via 0 2220 4444, available from 8.30 am – 4.30 pm.

Online ticket booking (e-TSRT) is also available on https://www.thairailwayticket.com/eTSRT/.

 

 

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A province in the North of Thailand bordering Laos, Uttaradit has a long history dating back to pre-historic times. The site of the “modern” town, then called Bang Pho Tha It, was located on the right bank of the Nan River during the Dvaravati or Lavo periods, prior to Lanna and Sukhothai, when it flourished as a commercial port until King Rama V elevated its status into a province and re-named it Uttaradit, literally “the Port of the North.”

Uttaradit Province is located on a prehistoric area, evident by an excavation of a bronze drum from the early Metal Age at Tambon Tha Sao, Amphoe Mueang. Besides historical attractions, Uttaradit has many other places and interesting activities to offer. 

There are a great variety of hotels and resorts all over Uttaradit. Those who want to get a close experience with nature can get a guesthouse or go camping in many of the national parks. There are also inexpensive accommodations for tourists provided in Sirikit Dam.

 

- Wat Tha Sao, with many ancient remains inside.

- Wat Dharma Thippatai or Wat Ton Makham, where the door panels of the main Vihara of Wat Phra Fang, the second most beautiful carved wooden doors of Thailand, are kept.

- Wat Tha Thanon, where Luang Pho Petch Budda statue is enshrined.  

- Wat Phra Thaen Sila At

- Ban Tha Ruea, a lakeside village where you can go rafting in a reservoir and a lake over Sirikit Dam.

- The Phraya Phichai Dab Hak Monument in front of the Uttaradit Provincial Hall.

- Sirikit Dam, the largest earth dam in Thailand. 
- Bor Lek Nam Phi, the iron wells which were the best sources of top-grade steel used in making swords and other weapons in the ancient time. Two of the wells were reserved only for fashioning weapons for Thai kings.

- Ton Sak Yai National Park (formerly known as Khlong Tron National Park), which contains Khlong Tron Waterfall, Huai Sai Waterfall, Huai Khom Waterfall, Pha Phu Miang, Chan Cave, Tharn Sawan Cave, and the believed biggest teak tree of the world.

- Mae Poon Waterfall.

- Phu Soi Dao National Park, which contains Saithip Waterfall and Phu Soi Dao Waterfall.

- Lam Nam Nan National Park, which contains a tea garden, Sirikit Dam reservoir, and Phu Phaya Pho.

Uttaradit has natural, historical, and cultural tourism activities for you to enjoy. You can pay homage to the Monument of Phraya Phichai Dab Hak and Luang Pho Petch, see mural paintings at Wat Klang, an ancient Uttaradit temple dating back to the Ayutthaya period, visit Mueang Lab Lae rural village, take a boat trip in a reservoir over Sirikit Dam, or trek to the peak of Phu Soi Dao.

 

When in Uttaradit, don’t forget to try local foods and shop for OTOP goods such as Teen Jok sarong, water hyacinth handicraft products, langsats, Long Lab Lae and Lin Lab Lae durians, palm candy, and Thai-style wrapped noodles.

Most restaurants on Uttaradit serve a variety of cuisines, including Thai and international foods. Most guesthouse and resorts have restaurants that serve both. The following are some of the restaurants on Uttaradit

As in most provincial capitals, Uttaradit features a central market where locals can buy everything from groceries to household appliances and visitors can shop for clothing and other necessary supplies. In addition to the shopping venues listed below, there are often locally produced handicrafts available at central markets, the occasional night market, and from village workshops in smaller towns throughout the province.

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A province in the North of Thailand bordering Laos, Uttaradit has a long history dating back to pre-historic times. The site of the “modern” town, then called Bang Pho Tha It, was located on the right bank of the Nan River during the Dvaravati or Lavo periods, prior to Lanna and Sukhothai, when it flourished as a commercial port until King Rama V elevated its status into a province and re-named it Uttaradit, literally “the Port of the North.”

Uttaradit Province is located on a prehistoric area, evident by an excavation of a bronze drum from the early Metal Age at Tambon Tha Sao, Amphoe Mueang. Besides historical attractions, Uttaradit has many other places and interesting activities to offer. 

There are a great variety of hotels and resorts all over Uttaradit. Those who want to get a close experience with nature can get a guesthouse or go camping in many of the national parks. There are also inexpensive accommodations for tourists provided in Sirikit Dam.

 

- Wat Tha Sao, with many ancient remains inside.

- Wat Dharma Thippatai or Wat Ton Makham, where the door panels of the main Vihara of Wat Phra Fang, the second most beautiful carved wooden doors of Thailand, are kept.

- Wat Tha Thanon, where Luang Pho Petch Budda statue is enshrined.  

- Wat Phra Thaen Sila At

- Ban Tha Ruea, a lakeside village where you can go rafting in a reservoir and a lake over Sirikit Dam.

- The Phraya Phichai Dab Hak Monument in front of the Uttaradit Provincial Hall.

- Sirikit Dam, the largest earth dam in Thailand. 
- Bor Lek Nam Phi, the iron wells which were the best sources of top-grade steel used in making swords and other weapons in the ancient time. Two of the wells were reserved only for fashioning weapons for Thai kings.

- Ton Sak Yai National Park (formerly known as Khlong Tron National Park), which contains Khlong Tron Waterfall, Huai Sai Waterfall, Huai Khom Waterfall, Pha Phu Miang, Chan Cave, Tharn Sawan Cave, and the believed biggest teak tree of the world.

- Mae Poon Waterfall.

- Phu Soi Dao National Park, which contains Saithip Waterfall and Phu Soi Dao Waterfall.

- Lam Nam Nan National Park, which contains a tea garden, Sirikit Dam reservoir, and Phu Phaya Pho.

Uttaradit has natural, historical, and cultural tourism activities for you to enjoy. You can pay homage to the Monument of Phraya Phichai Dab Hak and Luang Pho Petch, see mural paintings at Wat Klang, an ancient Uttaradit temple dating back to the Ayutthaya period, visit Mueang Lab Lae rural village, take a boat trip in a reservoir over Sirikit Dam, or trek to the peak of Phu Soi Dao.

 

When in Uttaradit, don’t forget to try local foods and shop for OTOP goods such as Teen Jok sarong, water hyacinth handicraft products, langsats, Long Lab Lae and Lin Lab Lae durians, palm candy, and Thai-style wrapped noodles.

Most restaurants on Uttaradit serve a variety of cuisines, including Thai and international foods. Most guesthouse and resorts have restaurants that serve both. The following are some of the restaurants on Uttaradit

As in most provincial capitals, Uttaradit features a central market where locals can buy everything from groceries to household appliances and visitors can shop for clothing and other necessary supplies. In addition to the shopping venues listed below, there are often locally produced handicrafts available at central markets, the occasional night market, and from village workshops in smaller towns throughout the province.

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A province in the North of Thailand bordering Laos, Uttaradit has a long history dating back to pre-historic times. The site of the “modern” town, then called Bang Pho Tha It, was located on the right bank of the Nan River during the Dvaravati or Lavo periods, prior to Lanna and Sukhothai, when it flourished as a commercial port until King Rama V elevated its status into a province and re-named it Uttaradit, literally “the Port of the North.”

Uttaradit Province is located on a prehistoric area, evident by an excavation of a bronze drum from the early Metal Age at Tambon Tha Sao, Amphoe Mueang. Besides historical attractions, Uttaradit has many other places and interesting activities to offer. 

There are a great variety of hotels and resorts all over Uttaradit. Those who want to get a close experience with nature can get a guesthouse or go camping in many of the national parks. There are also inexpensive accommodations for tourists provided in Sirikit Dam.

 

- Wat Tha Sao, with many ancient remains inside.

- Wat Dharma Thippatai or Wat Ton Makham, where the door panels of the main Vihara of Wat Phra Fang, the second most beautiful carved wooden doors of Thailand, are kept.

- Wat Tha Thanon, where Luang Pho Petch Budda statue is enshrined.  

- Wat Phra Thaen Sila At

- Ban Tha Ruea, a lakeside village where you can go rafting in a reservoir and a lake over Sirikit Dam.

- The Phraya Phichai Dab Hak Monument in front of the Uttaradit Provincial Hall.

- Sirikit Dam, the largest earth dam in Thailand. 
- Bor Lek Nam Phi, the iron wells which were the best sources of top-grade steel used in making swords and other weapons in the ancient time. Two of the wells were reserved only for fashioning weapons for Thai kings.

- Ton Sak Yai National Park (formerly known as Khlong Tron National Park), which contains Khlong Tron Waterfall, Huai Sai Waterfall, Huai Khom Waterfall, Pha Phu Miang, Chan Cave, Tharn Sawan Cave, and the believed biggest teak tree of the world.

- Mae Poon Waterfall.

- Phu Soi Dao National Park, which contains Saithip Waterfall and Phu Soi Dao Waterfall.

- Lam Nam Nan National Park, which contains a tea garden, Sirikit Dam reservoir, and Phu Phaya Pho.

Uttaradit has natural, historical, and cultural tourism activities for you to enjoy. You can pay homage to the Monument of Phraya Phichai Dab Hak and Luang Pho Petch, see mural paintings at Wat Klang, an ancient Uttaradit temple dating back to the Ayutthaya period, visit Mueang Lab Lae rural village, take a boat trip in a reservoir over Sirikit Dam, or trek to the peak of Phu Soi Dao.

 

When in Uttaradit, don’t forget to try local foods and shop for OTOP goods such as Teen Jok sarong, water hyacinth handicraft products, langsats, Long Lab Lae and Lin Lab Lae durians, palm candy, and Thai-style wrapped noodles.

Most restaurants on Uttaradit serve a variety of cuisines, including Thai and international foods. Most guesthouse and resorts have restaurants that serve both. The following are some of the restaurants on Uttaradit

As in most provincial capitals, Uttaradit features a central market where locals can buy everything from groceries to household appliances and visitors can shop for clothing and other necessary supplies. In addition to the shopping venues listed below, there are often locally produced handicrafts available at central markets, the occasional night market, and from village workshops in smaller towns throughout the province.

A province in the North of Thailand bordering Laos, Uttaradit has a long history dating back to pre-historic times. The site of the “modern” town, then called Bang Pho Tha It, was located on the right bank of the Nan River during the Dvaravati or Lavo periods, prior to Lanna and Sukhothai, when it flourished as a commercial port until King Rama V elevated its status into a province and re-named it Uttaradit, literally “the Port of the North.”

Uttaradit Province is located on a prehistoric area, evident by an excavation of a bronze drum from the early Metal Age at Tambon Tha Sao, Amphoe Mueang. Besides historical attractions, Uttaradit has many other places and interesting activities to offer. 

There are a great variety of hotels and resorts all over Uttaradit. Those who want to get a close experience with nature can get a guesthouse or go camping in many of the national parks. There are also inexpensive accommodations for tourists provided in Sirikit Dam.

 

- Wat Tha Sao, with many ancient remains inside.

- Wat Dharma Thippatai or Wat Ton Makham, where the door panels of the main Vihara of Wat Phra Fang, the second most beautiful carved wooden doors of Thailand, are kept.

- Wat Tha Thanon, where Luang Pho Petch Budda statue is enshrined.  

- Wat Phra Thaen Sila At

- Ban Tha Ruea, a lakeside village where you can go rafting in a reservoir and a lake over Sirikit Dam.

- The Phraya Phichai Dab Hak Monument in front of the Uttaradit Provincial Hall.

- Sirikit Dam, the largest earth dam in Thailand. 
- Bor Lek Nam Phi, the iron wells which were the best sources of top-grade steel used in making swords and other weapons in the ancient time. Two of the wells were reserved only for fashioning weapons for Thai kings.

- Ton Sak Yai National Park (formerly known as Khlong Tron National Park), which contains Khlong Tron Waterfall, Huai Sai Waterfall, Huai Khom Waterfall, Pha Phu Miang, Chan Cave, Tharn Sawan Cave, and the believed biggest teak tree of the world.

- Mae Poon Waterfall.

- Phu Soi Dao National Park, which contains Saithip Waterfall and Phu Soi Dao Waterfall.

- Lam Nam Nan National Park, which contains a tea garden, Sirikit Dam reservoir, and Phu Phaya Pho.

Uttaradit has natural, historical, and cultural tourism activities for you to enjoy. You can pay homage to the Monument of Phraya Phichai Dab Hak and Luang Pho Petch, see mural paintings at Wat Klang, an ancient Uttaradit temple dating back to the Ayutthaya period, visit Mueang Lab Lae rural village, take a boat trip in a reservoir over Sirikit Dam, or trek to the peak of Phu Soi Dao.

 

When in Uttaradit, don’t forget to try local foods and shop for OTOP goods such as Teen Jok sarong, water hyacinth handicraft products, langsats, Long Lab Lae and Lin Lab Lae durians, palm candy, and Thai-style wrapped noodles.

Most restaurants on Uttaradit serve a variety of cuisines, including Thai and international foods. Most guesthouse and resorts have restaurants that serve both. The following are some of the restaurants on Uttaradit

As in most provincial capitals, Uttaradit features a central market where locals can buy everything from groceries to household appliances and visitors can shop for clothing and other necessary supplies. In addition to the shopping venues listed below, there are often locally produced handicrafts available at central markets, the occasional night market, and from village workshops in smaller towns throughout the province.

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A province in the North of Thailand bordering Laos, Uttaradit has a long history dating back to pre-historic times. The site of the “modern” town, then called Bang Pho Tha It, was located on the right bank of the Nan River during the Dvaravati or Lavo periods, prior to Lanna and Sukhothai, when it flourished as a commercial port until King Rama V elevated its status into a province and re-named it Uttaradit, literally “the Port of the North.”

Uttaradit Province is located on a prehistoric area, evident by an excavation of a bronze drum from the early Metal Age at Tambon Tha Sao, Amphoe Mueang. Besides historical attractions, Uttaradit has many other places and interesting activities to offer. 

There are a great variety of hotels and resorts all over Uttaradit. Those who want to get a close experience with nature can get a guesthouse or go camping in many of the national parks. There are also inexpensive accommodations for tourists provided in Sirikit Dam.

 

- Wat Tha Sao, with many ancient remains inside.

- Wat Dharma Thippatai or Wat Ton Makham, where the door panels of the main Vihara of Wat Phra Fang, the second most beautiful carved wooden doors of Thailand, are kept.

- Wat Tha Thanon, where Luang Pho Petch Budda statue is enshrined.  

- Wat Phra Thaen Sila At

- Ban Tha Ruea, a lakeside village where you can go rafting in a reservoir and a lake over Sirikit Dam.

- The Phraya Phichai Dab Hak Monument in front of the Uttaradit Provincial Hall.

- Sirikit Dam, the largest earth dam in Thailand. 
- Bor Lek Nam Phi, the iron wells which were the best sources of top-grade steel used in making swords and other weapons in the ancient time. Two of the wells were reserved only for fashioning weapons for Thai kings.

- Ton Sak Yai National Park (formerly known as Khlong Tron National Park), which contains Khlong Tron Waterfall, Huai Sai Waterfall, Huai Khom Waterfall, Pha Phu Miang, Chan Cave, Tharn Sawan Cave, and the believed biggest teak tree of the world.

- Mae Poon Waterfall.

- Phu Soi Dao National Park, which contains Saithip Waterfall and Phu Soi Dao Waterfall.

- Lam Nam Nan National Park, which contains a tea garden, Sirikit Dam reservoir, and Phu Phaya Pho.

Uttaradit has natural, historical, and cultural tourism activities for you to enjoy. You can pay homage to the Monument of Phraya Phichai Dab Hak and Luang Pho Petch, see mural paintings at Wat Klang, an ancient Uttaradit temple dating back to the Ayutthaya period, visit Mueang Lab Lae rural village, take a boat trip in a reservoir over Sirikit Dam, or trek to the peak of Phu Soi Dao.

 

When in Uttaradit, don’t forget to try local foods and shop for OTOP goods such as Teen Jok sarong, water hyacinth handicraft products, langsats, Long Lab Lae and Lin Lab Lae durians, palm candy, and Thai-style wrapped noodles.

Most restaurants on Uttaradit serve a variety of cuisines, including Thai and international foods. Most guesthouse and resorts have restaurants that serve both. The following are some of the restaurants on Uttaradit

As in most provincial capitals, Uttaradit features a central market where locals can buy everything from groceries to household appliances and visitors can shop for clothing and other necessary supplies. In addition to the shopping venues listed below, there are often locally produced handicrafts available at central markets, the occasional night market, and from village workshops in smaller towns throughout the province.

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A province in the North of Thailand bordering Laos, Uttaradit has a long history dating back to pre-historic times. The site of the “modern” town, then called Bang Pho Tha It, was located on the right bank of the Nan River during the Dvaravati or Lavo periods, prior to Lanna and Sukhothai, when it flourished as a commercial port until King Rama V elevated its status into a province and re-named it Uttaradit, literally “the Port of the North.”

Uttaradit Province is located on a prehistoric area, evident by an excavation of a bronze drum from the early Metal Age at Tambon Tha Sao, Amphoe Mueang. Besides historical attractions, Uttaradit has many other places and interesting activities to offer. 

There are a great variety of hotels and resorts all over Uttaradit. Those who want to get a close experience with nature can get a guesthouse or go camping in many of the national parks. There are also inexpensive accommodations for tourists provided in Sirikit Dam.

 

- Wat Tha Sao, with many ancient remains inside.

- Wat Dharma Thippatai or Wat Ton Makham, where the door panels of the main Vihara of Wat Phra Fang, the second most beautiful carved wooden doors of Thailand, are kept.

- Wat Tha Thanon, where Luang Pho Petch Budda statue is enshrined.  

- Wat Phra Thaen Sila At

- Ban Tha Ruea, a lakeside village where you can go rafting in a reservoir and a lake over Sirikit Dam.

- The Phraya Phichai Dab Hak Monument in front of the Uttaradit Provincial Hall.

- Sirikit Dam, the largest earth dam in Thailand. 
- Bor Lek Nam Phi, the iron wells which were the best sources of top-grade steel used in making swords and other weapons in the ancient time. Two of the wells were reserved only for fashioning weapons for Thai kings.

- Ton Sak Yai National Park (formerly known as Khlong Tron National Park), which contains Khlong Tron Waterfall, Huai Sai Waterfall, Huai Khom Waterfall, Pha Phu Miang, Chan Cave, Tharn Sawan Cave, and the believed biggest teak tree of the world.

- Mae Poon Waterfall.

- Phu Soi Dao National Park, which contains Saithip Waterfall and Phu Soi Dao Waterfall.

- Lam Nam Nan National Park, which contains a tea garden, Sirikit Dam reservoir, and Phu Phaya Pho.

Uttaradit has natural, historical, and cultural tourism activities for you to enjoy. You can pay homage to the Monument of Phraya Phichai Dab Hak and Luang Pho Petch, see mural paintings at Wat Klang, an ancient Uttaradit temple dating back to the Ayutthaya period, visit Mueang Lab Lae rural village, take a boat trip in a reservoir over Sirikit Dam, or trek to the peak of Phu Soi Dao.

 

When in Uttaradit, don’t forget to try local foods and shop for OTOP goods such as Teen Jok sarong, water hyacinth handicraft products, langsats, Long Lab Lae and Lin Lab Lae durians, palm candy, and Thai-style wrapped noodles.

Most restaurants on Uttaradit serve a variety of cuisines, including Thai and international foods. Most guesthouse and resorts have restaurants that serve both. The following are some of the restaurants on Uttaradit

As in most provincial capitals, Uttaradit features a central market where locals can buy everything from groceries to household appliances and visitors can shop for clothing and other necessary supplies. In addition to the shopping venues listed below, there are often locally produced handicrafts available at central markets, the occasional night market, and from village workshops in smaller towns throughout the province.

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A province in the North of Thailand bordering Laos, Uttaradit has a long history dating back to pre-historic times. The site of the “modern” town, then called Bang Pho Tha It, was located on the right bank of the Nan River during the Dvaravati or Lavo periods, prior to Lanna and Sukhothai, when it flourished as a commercial port until King Rama V elevated its status into a province and re-named it Uttaradit, literally “the Port of the North.”

Uttaradit Province is located on a prehistoric area, evident by an excavation of a bronze drum from the early Metal Age at Tambon Tha Sao, Amphoe Mueang. Besides historical attractions, Uttaradit has many other places and interesting activities to offer. 

There are a great variety of hotels and resorts all over Uttaradit. Those who want to get a close experience with nature can get a guesthouse or go camping in many of the national parks. There are also inexpensive accommodations for tourists provided in Sirikit Dam.

 

- Wat Tha Sao, with many ancient remains inside.

- Wat Dharma Thippatai or Wat Ton Makham, where the door panels of the main Vihara of Wat Phra Fang, the second most beautiful carved wooden doors of Thailand, are kept.

- Wat Tha Thanon, where Luang Pho Petch Budda statue is enshrined.  

- Wat Phra Thaen Sila At

- Ban Tha Ruea, a lakeside village where you can go rafting in a reservoir and a lake over Sirikit Dam.

- The Phraya Phichai Dab Hak Monument in front of the Uttaradit Provincial Hall.

- Sirikit Dam, the largest earth dam in Thailand. 
- Bor Lek Nam Phi, the iron wells which were the best sources of top-grade steel used in making swords and other weapons in the ancient time. Two of the wells were reserved only for fashioning weapons for Thai kings.

- Ton Sak Yai National Park (formerly known as Khlong Tron National Park), which contains Khlong Tron Waterfall, Huai Sai Waterfall, Huai Khom Waterfall, Pha Phu Miang, Chan Cave, Tharn Sawan Cave, and the believed biggest teak tree of the world.

- Mae Poon Waterfall.

- Phu Soi Dao National Park, which contains Saithip Waterfall and Phu Soi Dao Waterfall.

- Lam Nam Nan National Park, which contains a tea garden, Sirikit Dam reservoir, and Phu Phaya Pho.

Uttaradit has natural, historical, and cultural tourism activities for you to enjoy. You can pay homage to the Monument of Phraya Phichai Dab Hak and Luang Pho Petch, see mural paintings at Wat Klang, an ancient Uttaradit temple dating back to the Ayutthaya period, visit Mueang Lab Lae rural village, take a boat trip in a reservoir over Sirikit Dam, or trek to the peak of Phu Soi Dao.

 

When in Uttaradit, don’t forget to try local foods and shop for OTOP goods such as Teen Jok sarong, water hyacinth handicraft products, langsats, Long Lab Lae and Lin Lab Lae durians, palm candy, and Thai-style wrapped noodles.

Most restaurants on Uttaradit serve a variety of cuisines, including Thai and international foods. Most guesthouse and resorts have restaurants that serve both. The following are some of the restaurants on Uttaradit

As in most provincial capitals, Uttaradit features a central market where locals can buy everything from groceries to household appliances and visitors can shop for clothing and other necessary supplies. In addition to the shopping venues listed below, there are often locally produced handicrafts available at central markets, the occasional night market, and from village workshops in smaller towns throughout the province.

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A province in the North of Thailand bordering Laos, Uttaradit has a long history dating back to pre-historic times. The site of the “modern” town, then called Bang Pho Tha It, was located on the right bank of the Nan River during the Dvaravati or Lavo periods, prior to Lanna and Sukhothai, when it flourished as a commercial port until King Rama V elevated its status into a province and re-named it Uttaradit, literally “the Port of the North.”

Uttaradit Province is located on a prehistoric area, evident by an excavation of a bronze drum from the early Metal Age at Tambon Tha Sao, Amphoe Mueang. Besides historical attractions, Uttaradit has many other places and interesting activities to offer. 

There are a great variety of hotels and resorts all over Uttaradit. Those who want to get a close experience with nature can get a guesthouse or go camping in many of the national parks. There are also inexpensive accommodations for tourists provided in Sirikit Dam.

 

- Wat Tha Sao, with many ancient remains inside.

- Wat Dharma Thippatai or Wat Ton Makham, where the door panels of the main Vihara of Wat Phra Fang, the second most beautiful carved wooden doors of Thailand, are kept.

- Wat Tha Thanon, where Luang Pho Petch Budda statue is enshrined.  

- Wat Phra Thaen Sila At

- Ban Tha Ruea, a lakeside village where you can go rafting in a reservoir and a lake over Sirikit Dam.

- The Phraya Phichai Dab Hak Monument in front of the Uttaradit Provincial Hall.

- Sirikit Dam, the largest earth dam in Thailand. 
- Bor Lek Nam Phi, the iron wells which were the best sources of top-grade steel used in making swords and other weapons in the ancient time. Two of the wells were reserved only for fashioning weapons for Thai kings.

- Ton Sak Yai National Park (formerly known as Khlong Tron National Park), which contains Khlong Tron Waterfall, Huai Sai Waterfall, Huai Khom Waterfall, Pha Phu Miang, Chan Cave, Tharn Sawan Cave, and the believed biggest teak tree of the world.

- Mae Poon Waterfall.

- Phu Soi Dao National Park, which contains Saithip Waterfall and Phu Soi Dao Waterfall.

- Lam Nam Nan National Park, which contains a tea garden, Sirikit Dam reservoir, and Phu Phaya Pho.

Uttaradit has natural, historical, and cultural tourism activities for you to enjoy. You can pay homage to the Monument of Phraya Phichai Dab Hak and Luang Pho Petch, see mural paintings at Wat Klang, an ancient Uttaradit temple dating back to the Ayutthaya period, visit Mueang Lab Lae rural village, take a boat trip in a reservoir over Sirikit Dam, or trek to the peak of Phu Soi Dao.

 

When in Uttaradit, don’t forget to try local foods and shop for OTOP goods such as Teen Jok sarong, water hyacinth handicraft products, langsats, Long Lab Lae and Lin Lab Lae durians, palm candy, and Thai-style wrapped noodles.

Most restaurants on Uttaradit serve a variety of cuisines, including Thai and international foods. Most guesthouse and resorts have restaurants that serve both. The following are some of the restaurants on Uttaradit

As in most provincial capitals, Uttaradit features a central market where locals can buy everything from groceries to household appliances and visitors can shop for clothing and other necessary supplies. In addition to the shopping venues listed below, there are often locally produced handicrafts available at central markets, the occasional night market, and from village workshops in smaller towns throughout the province.