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 Attractions in Nakornsawan City

 
 Bo Ya Cave

Bo Ya Cave is Hin Kon Village in Tambon Nong Krot, around 30 kilometers from the city on the San Nakhon Sawan-Lat Yao road.  Another 6-kilometer road leads to Wat Tham Bo Ya (Wat Thep Nimit Song Tham).  A stairway at the foot of the hill leads up to the cave.  The cave itself has 3 sections.  The first has a large main Buddha image, the second further in is a dead end with a pond called Bo Nam Thip that is believed by locals to be sacred and the third section is an exit out the other way.  Apart from the sacred pond, the cave has beautiful stalagmites and stalactites.

Getting There :Use Highway No. 32 (Asian Highway) from Nakhon Sawan to Kamphaeng Phet for about 15 kilometers, then turn left at the intersection into Road No. 1072 (Nong Ben-Lat Yao) for about 1 kilometer.  From there, take a left turn at the sign into Wat Si Uthumphon for about 6 kilometers and turn right at the sign into Wat Thep Nimit Song Tham (Wat Tham Bo Ya).  The road is a laterite road.  It is altogether about 22 kilometers from the city.
 


  Bung Boraphet  

 Bung Boraphet is the largest freshwater swamp in Thailand.  It has an area of around 212 square kilometers.  It covers parts of Amphoe Muang, Amphoe Tha Tako and Amphoe Chum Saeng.  In the past Bung Boraphet was called the northern sea or Chom Bung as there was an abundance of aquatic animals and plants.  According to surveys, there are still some 148 species of animals and 44 species of plants here.  Rare animals include white-eyed river-martin and tiger perch. 

During November to March a large number of waterfowls migrate here.  Some parts of the swamp have been declared the Bung Boraphet Non-Hunting Area under the care of the Wildlife Conservation Division.  Bung Boraphet is also a fish breeding ground where the Department of Fisheries has set up the Bung Boraphet Fishery Development Station.

Getting There: Bung Boraphet can be reached by many ways.

By Boat From the Nakhon Sawan Municipal Pier Market, go north along Nan River for about 6 kilometers to the mouth of Bung Boraphet that is called Khlong Nong Duk.  Go under the train bridge into the swamp.


Bung Boraphet Fishery Development Station Take the Nakhon Sawan-Chum Saeng route (Highway No. 225) for about 9 kilometers, then turn right for 2 kilometers to Bung Boraphet Fishery Development Station.  Inside is a crocodile breeding pond and a freshwater aquarium.  There are boats that you can charter on tours in the area at 400 baht per hour.  The capacity is 15 persons per boat

Bung Boraphet Non-Hunting Area or Waterfowls Park Take the Nakhon Sawan-Tha Tako route (Highway No. 3001) for about 20 kilometers and turn left for 4 kilometers to the park.  The park has an exhibition in the form of a nature study center, a garden and accommodation.  For more details, please contact the Bung Boraphet Non-Hunting Area or the Bung Boraphet Wildlife Conservation Promotion and Development Station, tel. (056) 227874.  In addition, there are long-tail boats to take visitors around Bung Boraphet at 200 per boat.
 


 Nakhon Sawan Provincial Cultural Building

Nakhon Sawan Provincial Cultural Building is in the Nakhon Sawan Rajabhat Institute.  This two-story building is in the contemporary Thai style and has a beautiful front porch.  It is the center of historical, archaeological and cultural information of the province.  The building has an exhibition room displaying cultural development and various archaeological sites.  It was completed in June 1992 and was opened by H.R.H. Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn on 17 August 1992.
 

 Wat Khiriwong

Wat Khiriwong is located in Paknampho, Muang, Nakornsawan on Matulee Road and Downdueng Road opposite Nakhonsawan Vocational College and Thaworn Farm Company. 

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 Sawan Park 

Sawan Park is in Nakhon Sawan Municipality beside the Asian Highway.  It was originally a large swamp with an area of 502,400 square meters called Nong Som Bun.  It was later made into a sizable public park with 2 ring roads encircling it.  The middle of the park is an island with an area of 6,400 square meters.  The park has a garden, lawn, fountain, outdoor stage, waterfall, and rose garden.

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The Origin of the Chao Phraya River

The Origin of the Chao Phraya River is the point where the Ping and Nan rivers converge at Tambon Pak Nam Pho in front of the dam in the city.  Here, one can clearly distinguish the difference between the two rivers.  The Nan River is reddish in color while the Ping River is somewhat green.  They flow to form the Chao Phraya River, the most important waterway of the country.  The Chao Phraya flows past several provinces before going through Bangkok and ending into the Gulf of Thailand in Samut Prakan.  It is about 370 kilometers long.  The best place to view its origin is at the Chao Pho Thepharak-Chao Mae Thapthim Shrine.

Tourists can take boat rides to view the scenery on both banks and pay homage to Luang Pho To Buddha image at Wat Pak Nam Pho (Wat Thong Thammachat Nua).  Boats can be hired from Chao Phraya Pier.

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 Wat Chom Khiri Nat Phrot

 
Wat Chom Khiri Nat Phrot is on the peak of Khao Buat Nak between the foot of Dechatiwong Bridge and Chiraprawat Fort.  Legend says that when Burmese troops sacked Ayutthaya for the second time, they built this temple to show that they also hold the Buddhism faith.  The most interesting objects here are the replica of Lord Buddhas Footprint and a convocation hall that locals call Bot Thewada Sang.  There is a fair to pay homage and attach gold leaves to the footprint in November.  Boat races are held in conjunction with the fair.

Getting There :Take Highway No. 32 (Asian Highway) to before the foot of Dechatiwong Bridge and turn left into the temple.  It is about 1 kilometer from the city.

 


 Wat Krieng Krai Klang

Wat Krieng Krai Klang is at Mu 5, Tambon Kriang Krai, on the bank of Nan River.  Inside is a Sukhothai-style bronze Buddha image in the Man Wichai posture and an old hall over a hundred years old.  There is also a replica of Lord Buddhas Footprint and a mural of Lord Buddhas life.  The area in front of the temple is inhabited by many monkeys and it is where a crocodile farm can be found.

Getting There :Take the Nakhon Sawan-Chum Saeng road (Highway No. 225) for around 10 kilometers.  Then turn left at the direction sign for about 2 kilometers into the temple.  It is approximately 12 kilometers from the city.  Alternatively, you can charter a boat from Chao Phraya Pier along the Nan River and disembark at Wat Kriang Krai Klang Pier.
 


 Wat Si Sawan Sangkharam

Wat Si Sawan Sangkharam (Wat Thu Nam) is at Tambon Nakhon Sawan.  It is an old temple that was used as the site for government officials to pledge allegiance to the king.  Evidence from the period remains in the form of spear blades, oars, knives and swords, a gold Buddha image in the Pathom Thetsana posture, and a silver Buddha image.  The main image in the old convocation hall is over 100 years old.  In 1976, His Majesty the King, Her Majesty the Queen and their 2 princesses came here to open the new hall.  Now there is also the pagoda built to commemorate the Golden Jubilee of His Majesty.  Wat Si Sawan Sangkharam is regarded as an old temple with immense historical value.

Getting There :Take Highway No. 32 (Asian Highway) then turn left towards Chiraprawat Fort (Highway No. 3001) for around 2 kilometers.  Signs along the way point to Wat Thu Nam.  The total distance from the city is about 3 kilometers.
 


 Wat Woranat Banphot  

Wat Woranat Banphot (Khao Kop) is an old temple of the province on the peak of Khao Kop 185.5 meters above sea level.  There are 2 ways up; a stairway of 439 steps and an asphalt road 3 meters wide.  The peak has a replica of Lord Buddhas Footprint and a pagoda encasing the relic of Lord Buddha built when Sukhothai was the countrys capital.  The temple was praised by the Department of Religious Affairs as the best development temple of 1966.  A nearby hill is the site of some television relay stations.

Getting There : Use Highway No. 32 (Asian Highway) and turn right onto Highway No. 117, then another right onto Highway No. 1 (old highway) into Nakhon Sawan Municipality.  Turn left before reaching the municipality up Khao Kop.  It is about 1 kilometer from the city.
 

Site Map: Nakornsawan

::: Introduction

::: Hotel Reservation:

::: Bonito Chinos Hotel
:::
Country Lake Nature Lodge

::: Attractions:

::: City
::: Krok Phra
::; Phayaha Khiri
::: Banphot Phisai
::: Tak Fa
::: Ta Khli
::: Mae Wong

::: How to get there

::: Nakornsawan Map

::: Festival

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