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Nakhon Nayok Province - Thailand Tourist Attractions :

          Nakhon Nayok Province is a paradise for tourists and adventure aficionados. Located in the central part of Thailand, this delightful land, with its rich history and culture, is world famous for its gorgeous landscape, huge mountains, pre-historic caves, lush green forests, magnificent waterfalls, rivers, and soft adventure opportunities.

          There are quite a number of local delicacies offered to the tourists that can satiate their palates. The most prominent among these is the Boiled Bamboo Shoot with Pla Ra. There are few other dishes such as Pla Som’s Eggs, Khanom Dok Sanow and Pomelo fruits that can leave a lingering taste in the mouths.

          Nakhon Nayok province provides the tourists with an everlasting cultural experience. Various events are celebrated annually by the people, which include Long Boat Race Festival in October, Ongkharak Ornamental Plants and Flowers Fair held during April, Tat Bat Thewo Rohana Fair, Sweet Plum Mango and Nakhon Nayok Products Fair.

          Nakhon Nayok region is famous for its bamboo, ceramic and marble products. People in this region are skilled in making ceramic products such as jars, vessels, receptacles and teapots. They locally make various types of beautifully carved marble lamp-stands, candleholders and figurines. Ma-Prang or Sweet Plum Mango is extensively grown in this region. Other locally available products include preserved fruits, Klaui Chap or sugared banana chips and Khanom Pia.

          The most featured destination for adventure lovers and tourists in Nakhon Nayok is the Khao Yai National Park. This is Thailand’s second largest national park and is known for its refreshing environs, glorious waterfalls, dense forests and high-altitude plains and impressive wildlife. There are almost 300 species of birds and 2,500 species of trees and plants in this park. Camping and trekking through these jungles is an unforgettable experience. The spectacular Heo Narok waterfall is the biggest attraction in this park. Another popular activity is rafting and canoeing along the serene Nakhon Nayok River. Other activities available are shooting, rock-climbing and golfing. Wang Takhrai offers visitors camping, cycling, swimming and riding downstream in inflated tire inner tubes.

          This place is well connected by road and rail. Tourists can hire a car from Bangkok and take a 2 hour trip to reach the place. Daily buses are operated from Bangkok’s Northern Bus Terminal


Nakhon Nayok Province - Thailand Tourist Attractions





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