Situated on the east
bank of Pa Sak River, Tambon Nakhon Luang, it was
used as the royal accommodation during trips to the
Buddha's Footprint Shrine and Lopburi. It is assumed
to have been constructed during the reign of King
Songtham, but was improved to be a brick and plaster
accommodation during the reign of King Prasat Thong.
With an area of 285 rai (or 14 acres), the
Center is located in Tambon Chang Yai, Amphoe
Bang Sai. Farmers from Ayutthaya as from other
provinces undergo in folk arts and crafts here.
At this center, you will have a glimpses of how
farmers in the 4 regions live and work ; how
their products of arts and crafts are produced.
The center is under the Promotion of
Supplementary Occupations and Related Techniques
(SUPPORT) which was established under Royal
Patronage on the 21st July,1976.
Products and activities which can be seen here
are Fern Vien Basketry, Weaving Basketry,
Artificial Flowers, Hand - Woven Silk and
Cotton, Silk Making, Cloth - Made Products, etc.
All the products are sold at the Center and in
every branch of Chitlada Store.
In order to get to Bang Sai, one can take a
cruiser or take a bus from the Northern Bus
Terminal on Phahonyothin Road, or taking Bang
Sai - Sam Khok Road, which branches off about 24
kilometers from Bang Pa-In intersection or take
highway No.306 (Nonthaburi - Pathum Thani Road)
turn right to Amphoe Bang Sai.
The Centre is open everyday except Monday from
08.30-16.00 hrs. Admission fee is 20 Baht per
person. For more information, please contact
Tel. (035) 366-092 or Tel. 225-8165-8 ext. 460