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Wat Pa Lelai Worawihan:

     Suphan Buri Travel Guide : Wat Pa Lelai Worawihan
        Wat Pa Lelai Worawihan is located on the banks of Tha Chi River. The temple has the royal insignia of King Rama V, which shows that it is a royal temple. According to historical records, before succeeding to the throne, King Rama V was a monk and it was during that time More....

 

Wat Khae :

Suphan Buri Travel Guide : Wat Khae
        You can also see other ancient items in the temple that include a brass bell, a boiler made from brass that the monks used to boil dye for their robes, and a bookcase, which was given to the temple by King Rama V in 1869. More....

 



 
 



Suphan Buri Travel Guide :

        Suphan Buri Province is one of the most ancient regions of Thailand with abundant natural and historical significance. This province used to be a prime border city during Ayutthaya Period and has witnessed several battles with the Burmese. There are numerous remnant sites excavated all around the province that aptly describe the history of Suphan Buri. Geographically, this province has low river plains and small mountain ranges. More...

 

Sa Saksit (Sacred Pond)

Suphan Buri Travel Guide : Sa Saksit

        Sa Saksit are actually six ponds which are considered to be extremely sacred. The water from these ponds was used for each and every royal ceremony that took place in the area. The sacred ponds are located in Sa Kaeo subdistrict, around 13 kilometers from the center of Suphan Buri town.

        There is no evidence as to how the ponds turned sacred but experts believe that King Rama V was told to declare them so after receiving advice from an important guru. Initially only 4 ponds were found but later on two more ponds were discovered. More....

 

Phu Muang Forest Park

Suphan Buri Travel Guide : Phu Muang Forest Park

       Phu Muang Forest Park is spread across an area of 690 acres in Chorakhe Samphan subdistrict of Suphan Buri Province in Thailand. The park is around 40 kilometers from Mueang District.

        Phu Muang Forest Park is covered with mixed deciduous forest and bamboo trees, which make it an ideal home for small fauna like squirrels, tree shrews, rabbits, wolves and palm civets. The park is also home to a number of different species of birds. More....

 

 

 

 

 

 
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