Located at Km. 31 Borom
Ratchonnani Road on the way to Nakhon Pathom, the museum
houses life-like sculptures, created by a group of Thai
artists after 10 years of their intensive study and hard
work.These breathtaking human figures with various
characteristics and the replicas of important people are
displayed in many sections such as the Great Buddhist Monks,
Former Kings of the Chakri Dynasty, and One Side of Thai
Life. The museum is open to the public from 9.00 a.m. – 5.30
p.m. Admission fee is 200 bath.
This popular tourist attraction is 32 kms west of Bangkok on
Phetkasem Road. Situated by the Tha Chin River, it boasts
large, beautiful and well-maintained gardens. In the resort,
there is a Thai Cultural Village where an attractive show
commences daily at 2.45 p.m. There is for instance, Thai
folk dancing, Thai boxing, sword fighting demonstrations,
and an elephant show.
Admission to the show is 300 Baht per person. The resort is
open daily from 8.00 a.m.-6.00 p.m.
Tel: 284-1873, 284-0273 Just only 1
kilometer before the Rose Garden, this 60-acre farm is
another interesting attraction housing many different wild
animals and thousands of crocodiles. Fascinating
performances such as Crocodile Wrestling, Magic Show, and
Elephant Theme Show commence everyday at 12.45 p.m. and 2,20
p.m. with additional shows on holidays at 10.30 a.m. This farm is open daily from 8.00 a.m.-5.30 p.m.
Admission fee is 300 Baht for adults and 200 Baht for
This popular attraction is some 80 kilometres west of
Bangkok via Samut Songkhram province, accessible by regular
bus from the Southern Bus Terminal.
Everyday hundreds of vendor boats crowd the market area in
the early morning till noo.
Visitors can also travel around by boat to see local
villages, and the way of life of the people in the
Tel: (035) 261044 This is some 30 kilometers south of Ayutthaya, or a
1-hour drive from Bangkok. Built in the reign of King Rama V,
the palace consists of various styled buildings. Thai, Chinese,
Italian, and Victorian styles predominate. A Thai pavilion in
the center of a small lake is regarded as one of the finest
examples of Thai architecture. Visitors can take either a bus or
a train from Bangkok to the palace. The grounds are
open everyday from 8.00 a.m.-4.00 p.m. Admission fee is 50 Baht.
Tel: (035) 366092, 366252 Covering an area
of 114 acres, the Center is located 40 kilometers south of
Ayutthaya. Farmers from Ayutthaya as well as from other
rural areas undergo training in folk arts and crafts here.
Visitors can have a glimpse of how farmers in different
regions of Thailand live and work, and how their products of
art and craft are produced. These handicrafts including
weaving basketry, carving wood, artificial flowers,
hand-woven silk and cotton, and miniature Thai dolls are on
display and on sale. The compound is open daily (except Mondays) from 8.30
a.m.-4.00 p.m. Admission fee is 50 Baht for adults and 30 Baht for