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Ratchaburi Province - Thailand Tourist Attractions :

          Situated on the banks of Mae Klong River, Ratchaburi Province is an ancient province known for its historical sites and natural attractions.

          The most popular tourist destination in Ratchaburi is the Damnoen Saduak Floating Market. A wide range of products including fruits, vegetables and freshly cooked noodles are sold on vendor boats.  Women wearing beautiful straw hats generally paddle these boats. This market has been in existence for a long time. Visitors can take a boat ride to go round the market and value its uniqueness.

          There are quite a number of ancient caves in Ratchaburi. Prominent among these are Tham Chomphon, Tham Khao Bin and Tham Ruesi Khao Ngu that have beautiful stalactite and stalagmite formations in various shapes. The two caves located inside Khao Chong Phran hill are thought to be home to approximately 3 million bats.

          Another important place to visit in Ratchaburi is the Bo Khleung Hot Spring. The mineral rich water coming out from these hot springs is believed to cure skin ailments. Wat Phra Si Rattana Mahathat, Wat Khongkharam, Wat Khanon and Wat Muang are some of the ancient and most illustrious Buddhist temples built on the banks of Mae Klong River. These shrines are known for their exemplary architecture, Thai sculpture, intricate carvings, fine mural paintings depicting life of Lord Buddha and beautifully decorated stuccos.

          Ratchaburi Province is a major producer of dragon design water jars in Thailand. Glazed ceramic wares and jars made in this province are highly popular. Other favorite local products of this region are grapes and Tin Chok weaving fabrics.

          This riverside province is 80 kilometers away from Bangkok. Ratchaburi Province is equally connected by road and rail. Air-conditioned and non air-conditioned buses are available daily from Bangkok’s Southern Bus Terminal. Tourists can even board daily trains operated from Bangkok’s Hua Lamphong Station and Noi Railway Station. This is the most favored destination amongst locals and tourists for a day trip. They can hire a car from Bangkok and reach Ratchaburi. Accommodation facilities are available at modest prices.


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