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Chainat, Amphur Muang

Chainat Bird Park: established in the year 1973 locating in Khao Plong area Moo 4 Tambon Ka\hao Tha Phra about 4 kms. east of downtown. Chainat with a total area of 260 rais consisting of the largest birds cage within in Asai (covering an area of 26 rais). There are several smaller cages within the giant ones. Birds are set to fly freely in those cages. The park also features artificial waterfall, greenery playground, snakes farm, rabbit farm, mid-pond pavilion houses, handcraft shops and freshwater acquarium. The Birds Farm is open from 08.00 to 17.00 hrs.

One can get to the bird farm by buses #1007 (Chainat – Agricultural Collage), #1067 (Chainat – Hangnamsakorn) #1069 (Chainat – Sua Hoke) #111 (Uthai Thani – Takli)  #906  (Bangkok – Chainat)

Wat Phra Borom That Voraviharn is an ancient buddist temple built at the beginning of Ayutthaya period situated at Ban Tai Muang, Tambon Chainat about 4 kms. from downtown. It was formally known as Wat Phra That or Wat Hau Muang. There is a containing Lord Buddha’s relic. The architecture of the temple belongs to Ayutthaya period.

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Chainatmuni National Museum is located within Wat Phra Borom That Voraviharn. The museum has a large display of Buddha status and Buddha images ranging from Tavaravadee period up to early Rattanakodin period in addition, there are displays of ancient stonewares, tools and decorative items. The museum is opened Wednesday to Sunday between 08.00 – 12.00 hrs. and 13.00 to 16.00 hrs. and closed on Monday, Tuesday and official holidays.

One can get to the temple by buses #110 (Chainat – Singburi) or #605 (Circle Chainat – Singburi)

Wat Thammamul Voravihan is an ancient temple in the province dated back to Ayutthaya period locating in the area of Thammamul Hill. On the eastern bank of the Chao Phraya River at Moo 1, Tambon Thammamul about 8 kms. north of the city. The main chamber of the temple features a sacred Buddha statue in the Phang Ham Yaad form, and artistic creation combining Ayutthaya and Sukhothai influences in the right hand of the Buddha statue holds the wheel of Dhama illustrating one of the ten characteristics of great man. This particular status is highly respected and widely worshiped by the natives of Chainat and nearby provinces. Within the temple, there’s also another artistic piece of double Sema made from sandstones craved in Ayutthaya style.

Transportation by buses #1064 Chainat – Manohrom, #122 Nakornsawan – Chainat or #903 Bangkok – Uthai Thani.

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Chao Phya Water Reservoir – the first water reservoir to be built in Thailand about 8 kms. from town. The reservoir was built basically info agricultural purpose. During the month of February, ten of the thousand of available include souvenir shops and restaurants.

Transportation: Buses #1061 Chainat – Po – Nang – Dam – Tok, #110 Singburi – Chainat.

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Wat Indarhan (Taluk) situated on the left bank of Chai Phraya about 3 kms. from Asia route. The temple is more than 100 years old. The place features a double – bells wooden tower and an ancient Tri Pitakar library house situated in the middle of a pond. The house was built in beautiful old fashion style decorated with woods carving and multi – colored grass mirrors. The Tri Pitakar (Buddhist holy scriptures) was written in ancient Khmer alphabets in the palm - leaf sheets and the place has been al well known Pali monastery school.



Wat Pak Klong Makham Tao (Wat Abbot Sukk) situated at #1 Tambon Makhamtao, at the mouth of Makham Tao waterway at the junction point where the waterway joins Chai Phraya River. The monk Abbot Sukk, Who during his time, was a very well known and respected by native Thais in the central plain area. Hel also issued his own and Buddha images known as “Luang Puu Sukk of Wat Makham Tao” which are on display at the temple (opened daily from 09.00 – 11.00 hrs. and 14.00 – 17.00 hrs.)



Wat Maha Thad is an old Buddhist temple built during the Ayutthaya period located at Moo 8, Tambon prak Sriraja, Amphur Santburi, Chainat. In the old days, the temple was called Wat Hua Muang or Wat Srisa Muang. In the latter Ayutthaya period of Chao Yee, the temple was renovated and Chedi containing holy relics had been added to the place with big square base decorated with mud and clay Buddhist images.

There are seven chambers in the same hall of the temple certain section of which assembly were used for local administrative functions because the area is still known as “town square”. The Vihara of the temple was built in the style of early Ayutthaya period.

The place features several archeological master pieces such as

Three big mud and clay Chedi, each setting on top of a square base built in Lopburi architectural style. There were lter renovated by the Fine Arts Department in 1983 which in turn added more glamour and charisma to the pieces.

A small mud and clay Chedi

Two mud and clay sitting Buddha status residing in an ancient seven room Buddhist hall with front and back verandah.

A stone Buddha status in a newer vihara which is built adjacent to the ld one. This particular Buddha was highly revered by people of Chainat and central provinces who called the statue “Luang Poh Moh”. Behind the statue is a big pillar known as “town pillar” the statue was therefore called Luang Poh Lak Muang (Town Pillar Buddha Statue).

Transportation: Buses #604 Chainat – Hoo Chang, #10013 Chainat – Santburi, #605 Circle Bus Chainat – Singburi

Wat Phra Keaw is another important and old temple off the province within the temple there is a beautiful Chedi built on a temple there is a beautiful Chedi built on a square base located at #10 Tambon Praek Sri Racha, Amphur Santburi. The stupa is said to be the queen of all the stupas in Southeast Asia for her beautiful form and shape which was built in Lopburi Lavau tradition in a form of high shape and pattern typical to that influences. In the front part of the stupa is a Wiharn Luang Poh Chai with an interesting lintel engraved and attached to the Vihara. The lintel features a front-up image of an elephant lying on a platform. Top part of the image is a picture of either that of Lord Siva of Indra pouring holy water upon a lintel splashing water to the elephant. The image was abbot fixed the pieces together and place in the Vihara in the front of Stupa. A newer Vihara is being built to cover the imageLuang Poh Chai.

Transportation: Buses #8 Bangkok – Santburi – Chainat

Monkeys Park is another interesting natural resort in Amphur Santburis. It is located in a temple called Wat Dhamma Mikavas (Wat Kang Kao) at Moo 5, Tambon Po-Ngam in rubber plantation woods with a small river called River Noi passing through. There are thousand of monkeys in the park. In the temple, there are famous Buddha statue named “Luang Poh Tao”

Transportation: Buses #605 (Circle Chainat – Singburi)

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