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Nonthaburi: Attractions

WAT CHALOEM PHRA KIAT

This royal monastery in Tambon Bang Si Muang, Amphoe Muang, was commanded by King Rama III to be constcted of bricks from the demolition of a fortress built in the rreign of the King Narai the Great ; it was dedication to King Rama III’s grandparents and the Princess Mother. There are several religious buildings in the area. Inside the main shrine hall (Ubosot) are beautiful mural paintings while beautiful stucco designs decorated with porcelain on the gable and door and window frames are seen outside.

WAT KHEMA PHIRATARAM

Also a royal monastery ; it is on Phiboon Songkhram Road, Tambon Suan Yai, Amphoe Muang, two kilometers from the provincial township area. It was built in the Ayutthaya period and was renovated in the reigns of Kings Rama II and IV of the Ratanakosin era. Buddha images of the Ayutthaya period are in the Ubosot, Tamnak Daeng Building, and Phra Thinang Monthian Hall.

WAT PRASAT

This monastery is on Bang Kruai Bang Bua Thong Road in the area of tambon Bang Krang, Amphoe Muang. The Ubosot is of Ayutthaya art having sophisticated craftsmanship. The designs on the gable of the niche entering the Ubosot and the mural paintings maintain special characteristics of the Nonthaburi school of arts which have always been Visited By archaeological students.

WAT CHOMPHUWEK

This monastery is located in the vicinity of Tambon Tha Sai, Amphoe Muang, on Snam Bin Nam – Nonthaburi Road. There are beautiful mural painyings in the Vihara and Udosot, as well as the Mon style pagodas.

FLOATING MARKET AT KHLONG BANG KHU WIANG

The floating makket is located at the mouth of Khlong Bang Khu Wiang, Tambon Bang Rao Nok, Amphoe Bang Kruai. It takes about 10 minutes by boat to go to this floating market from Amphoe Bang Kruai.

The floating market starts around 5.00 a.m. everyday and finishes when the sun is hot, shortly before midday. Sellers bring a large variety of fruits, vegetables and foods along in their small rowing boats. Monks also come in rowing boats and the people will present food to them. The floating market offers a picture of traditional Thai life scarcely seen nowadays.

WAT CHONPRATHAN RANGSARIT

This is a   thammayutti monastery located in the vicinity of Tambon Bang Talat, Amphoe Pak Kret and is in the area of the Royal Irrigation Department. Eventhough it is a newly constructed monastery, it is of beautiful style architecture. Its compound is pleasantly shady and a remarkable place for studying the Lord Buddha’s teachings

WAT KOO  Photos Gallery: Wat Koo

Located in the vicinity of Tambon Bang Phut, Amphoe Pak Kret, four kilometers from the district township area. This monastery was constructed at the time when the Mon people led by Phraya Cheng migrated in to the Kingdom during the reign of King Taksin of the Thon Buri era. Construction is of Mon architecture having mural paintings in Mon style. There is a building constructed to commemorate King Rama V’s Queen Sunantha who was temporarily placed in the monastery prior to transfer into Bangkok.

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  Wat Koo (beside the Chaophraya River)  
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WAT PARAMAIYIKAWAT  Photos Gallery: Wat Paramaiyikawat

This old monastery located in the vicinity of the Tambon Ko Kret, Amphoe Pak Kret is constructed in Mon style architecture. The main attraction are a large reclining Buddha, mural paintings, a Mon style marble carved pagoda and the principal image in the Ubosot. There is a village, on Koh Kred (Kred Island), whrer  the villagers produce ancient Mon style pottery called “Kwan Aman”. It is accessible by a ferry from Wat Sanam Nua which is located not far from the Amphoe Pak Kred office.

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  Jedi by the River  
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SUAN TAN NOI

A flower garden located on the Chao Phraya River bank, amidst an orchard. Within typical Thai houses and a Mon village. To reach the garden one proceeds over the Nonthaburi Bridge passing Wat Koh Kriang, Wat Bang Tanai, and Wat Tan, arriving at the garden. Another way to get there is to park the vehicle at Pak Kred Landing or at Wat Ku ; then proceed on to the garden by a ferry. It is open everyday from 08.00 to 17.00 hours and the detailed information can be obtained by dialing Tel : 02-5833913

SUAN THIP

A flower garden located on the Chao Phraya River bank, amidst an orchard. Within typical Thai houses and restaurant. It is open everyday from 10.00 to 17.00 hours and the detailed information can be obtained at 17/9 Sukhaprachasan 2 Rd., Bang , Pak Kred Tel. 02-5837853, 02-5837699, 02-5837409.

KOH KRED (for 1-day trip click here>>>)  Photos Gallery: Koh Kred

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  Path at Koh Kred  
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Koh Kred is an island in the Chao Phraya River in Nonthaburi Province, approximately opposite Donmuang Internation Airport to the dorder of Bangkok.

A village known as “Kwarn Ar- marn” or pottery village was established here more than two centuries ago, at the time when Thonburi, not Bangkok, was the capital of the Thai Kingdom During the reign of King Taksin The Great.

The villagers are Mons.  Their ancestors dwelt originally in Mon country (in Central and Southern parts of Myanmar).  In 1757 when Hongsawadi or Pegu the capital of Monland was sacked and destroyed by Burmese troops.  Thousands of Mon came to Thailand and the Burmese, the invader, occupies Monland since then.  The Thai Kingdom provided a refuge and they were permitted to settle down at Pak Kred, Koh Kred, Nonthaburi province.  Encouraged by King Taksin The Great of Thailand, they came there and extablished “Kwarn Ar-marn” a pottery village because they are skilled potters.  They set up kilns to produce many types of domestic wares such as jars, pots, bowls, and mortars needed for everyday use by the people.  Their produces are considered to be among the most practical as well as the most beautiful of all unglazed earthenware.  

Site Map: Nonthaburi

::: Introduction

::: Hotel Reservation:

  ::: City or Town

::: Nonthaburi Attractions
  ::: Nonthaburi City
::: Nonthaburi Pak Kred

::: How to get there

 

::: Map of Nonthaburi

::: Restaurants

::: Trips: Koh Kred

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