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Phichit Province is the origin of a famous Krai Thong (Crocodile Conqueror) folktale. As another ancient city of Thailand, Phichit is charming with its historical sites dating back to the Sukhothai and Ayutthaya periods.

Phichit is located on the bank of the Nan River in the lower part of Northern Thailand, standing between Nakhon Sawan and Phitsanulok Provinces, with two rivers running through the city, which are the Nan River and the Yom River. 

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Bangkok – Phichit air-conditioned buses are offered at the Mo Chit Bus Terminal (Northern Line) every day. For more information, call 1490 or visit www.transport.co.th.

Online ticket booking is also available on www.busticket.in.th, www.thaiticketmajor.com, and www.thairoute.com.

There are trains from Hua Lamphong Railway Station to Phichit every day. For more information, contact the State Railway of Thailand at 1690 anytime or visit www.railway.co.th. You have to book at least three days in advance via 0 2220 4444, available from 8.30 am – 4.30 pm.

Online ticket booking (e-TSRT) is also available on https://www.thairailwayticket.com/eTSRT/.

 

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Phichit Province is the origin of a famous Krai Thong (Crocodile Conqueror) folktale. As another ancient city of Thailand, Phichit is charming with its historical sites dating back to the Sukhothai and Ayutthaya periods.

Phichit is located on the bank of the Nan River in the lower part of Northern Thailand, standing between Nakhon Sawan and Phitsanulok Provinces, with two rivers running through the city, which are the Nan River and the Yom River. 

Nurtured by two rivers that run parallel to one another north to south, the land of Phichit is agriculturally fertile and has been populated for centuries. Once the site of an ancient town dating back almost a thousand years, Phichit played in a major role in the history of both the Sukhothai and Ayutthaya kingdoms.
Known as the land of the crocodiles, Phichit has long been home to this ferocious reptile, which has thrived in its waters, particularly the Yom and Nan Rivers. There are today several fresh-water crocodile farms and few if any wild crocodiles roaming about. Phichit also features in the Thai epic Krai Thong, which was composed by King Rama II, another testament to its long and storied history.

Phichit has natural, historical, and cultural tourism attractions to offer. We suggest you go pay homage to Phra Buddha Ket Mongkhon, visit Nakhon Chai Bowon Forest Park or Phichit Historical Park, chill out at Bueng Si Fai, visit Chaloem Phrakiat Aquarium, and take a tram for a market tour

OTOP goods like processed agricultural products and local crafts are great souvenirs of Phichit. 

There are many hotels, resorts, and guesthouses in Phichit. Nakhon Chai Bowon Forest Park allows visitors to go camping in the area to get a close up experience with the nature.

Bueng Si Fai, a large freshwater lake which is used by the Fishery Department to breed freshwater fish.

Phichit OTOP Center, located in Bueng Si Fai, where visitors can shop for local products like crafts and foods.

Wat Rong Chang, which features a big Buddha image from the Ayutthaya period.

Wang Krod Old Market and Old Town.

Wat Huai Khen, with ancient mural paintings in the old chapel.

Wat Nakhon Chum, which houses Buddha images from the Sukhothai period.

Wat Ban Noi, where Luang Pho Ngern, a famous Buddha image made of thin woven brass wire, is enshrined. 

Phichit Historical Park.

Wat Thewa Prasat, where a huge Buddha image called Phra Buddha Ket Mongkhon is enshrined.

Wat Tha Luang, an important temple of Phichit where Luang Pho Petch is enshrined.

Wat Khao Roob Chang, which features an old white Lanka-style bell-shaped chedi on a pile of rocks which looks like an elephant shape.

Longtail boat racing, a fun famous festival of Phichit. 

As a principally agricultural area, Phichit has limited activities other than visiting its cultural and historical attractions.

Most restaurants on Phichit serve a variety of cuisines, including Thai and international foods. Most guesthouse and resorts have restaurants that serve both. The following are some of the restaurants on Phichit

As in most provincial capitals, Phichit features a central market where locals can buy everything from groceries to household appliances and visitors can shop for clothing and other necessary supplies. In addition to the shopping venues listed below, there are often locally produced handicrafts available at central markets, the occasional night market, and from village workshops in smaller towns throughout the province.

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Phichit Province is the origin of a famous Krai Thong (Crocodile Conqueror) folktale. As another ancient city of Thailand, Phichit is charming with its historical sites dating back to the Sukhothai and Ayutthaya periods.

Phichit is located on the bank of the Nan River in the lower part of Northern Thailand, standing between Nakhon Sawan and Phitsanulok Provinces, with two rivers running through the city, which are the Nan River and the Yom River. 

Nurtured by two rivers that run parallel to one another north to south, the land of Phichit is agriculturally fertile and has been populated for centuries. Once the site of an ancient town dating back almost a thousand years, Phichit played in a major role in the history of both the Sukhothai and Ayutthaya kingdoms.
Known as the land of the crocodiles, Phichit has long been home to this ferocious reptile, which has thrived in its waters, particularly the Yom and Nan Rivers. There are today several fresh-water crocodile farms and few if any wild crocodiles roaming about. Phichit also features in the Thai epic Krai Thong, which was composed by King Rama II, another testament to its long and storied history.

Phichit has natural, historical, and cultural tourism attractions to offer. We suggest you go pay homage to Phra Buddha Ket Mongkhon, visit Nakhon Chai Bowon Forest Park or Phichit Historical Park, chill out at Bueng Si Fai, visit Chaloem Phrakiat Aquarium, and take a tram for a market tour

OTOP goods like processed agricultural products and local crafts are great souvenirs of Phichit. 

There are many hotels, resorts, and guesthouses in Phichit. Nakhon Chai Bowon Forest Park allows visitors to go camping in the area to get a close up experience with the nature.

Bueng Si Fai, a large freshwater lake which is used by the Fishery Department to breed freshwater fish.

Phichit OTOP Center, located in Bueng Si Fai, where visitors can shop for local products like crafts and foods.

Wat Rong Chang, which features a big Buddha image from the Ayutthaya period.

Wang Krod Old Market and Old Town.

Wat Huai Khen, with ancient mural paintings in the old chapel.

Wat Nakhon Chum, which houses Buddha images from the Sukhothai period.

Wat Ban Noi, where Luang Pho Ngern, a famous Buddha image made of thin woven brass wire, is enshrined. 

Phichit Historical Park.

Wat Thewa Prasat, where a huge Buddha image called Phra Buddha Ket Mongkhon is enshrined.

Wat Tha Luang, an important temple of Phichit where Luang Pho Petch is enshrined.

Wat Khao Roob Chang, which features an old white Lanka-style bell-shaped chedi on a pile of rocks which looks like an elephant shape.

Longtail boat racing, a fun famous festival of Phichit. 

As a principally agricultural area, Phichit has limited activities other than visiting its cultural and historical attractions.

Most restaurants on Phichit serve a variety of cuisines, including Thai and international foods. Most guesthouse and resorts have restaurants that serve both. The following are some of the restaurants on Phichit

As in most provincial capitals, Phichit features a central market where locals can buy everything from groceries to household appliances and visitors can shop for clothing and other necessary supplies. In addition to the shopping venues listed below, there are often locally produced handicrafts available at central markets, the occasional night market, and from village workshops in smaller towns throughout the province.

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Phichit Province is the origin of a famous Krai Thong (Crocodile Conqueror) folktale. As another ancient city of Thailand, Phichit is charming with its historical sites dating back to the Sukhothai and Ayutthaya periods.

Phichit is located on the bank of the Nan River in the lower part of Northern Thailand, standing between Nakhon Sawan and Phitsanulok Provinces, with two rivers running through the city, which are the Nan River and the Yom River. 

Nurtured by two rivers that run parallel to one another north to south, the land of Phichit is agriculturally fertile and has been populated for centuries. Once the site of an ancient town dating back almost a thousand years, Phichit played in a major role in the history of both the Sukhothai and Ayutthaya kingdoms.
Known as the land of the crocodiles, Phichit has long been home to this ferocious reptile, which has thrived in its waters, particularly the Yom and Nan Rivers. There are today several fresh-water crocodile farms and few if any wild crocodiles roaming about. Phichit also features in the Thai epic Krai Thong, which was composed by King Rama II, another testament to its long and storied history.

Phichit has natural, historical, and cultural tourism attractions to offer. We suggest you go pay homage to Phra Buddha Ket Mongkhon, visit Nakhon Chai Bowon Forest Park or Phichit Historical Park, chill out at Bueng Si Fai, visit Chaloem Phrakiat Aquarium, and take a tram for a market tour

OTOP goods like processed agricultural products and local crafts are great souvenirs of Phichit. 

There are many hotels, resorts, and guesthouses in Phichit. Nakhon Chai Bowon Forest Park allows visitors to go camping in the area to get a close up experience with the nature.

Bueng Si Fai, a large freshwater lake which is used by the Fishery Department to breed freshwater fish.

Phichit OTOP Center, located in Bueng Si Fai, where visitors can shop for local products like crafts and foods.

Wat Rong Chang, which features a big Buddha image from the Ayutthaya period.

Wang Krod Old Market and Old Town.

Wat Huai Khen, with ancient mural paintings in the old chapel.

Wat Nakhon Chum, which houses Buddha images from the Sukhothai period.

Wat Ban Noi, where Luang Pho Ngern, a famous Buddha image made of thin woven brass wire, is enshrined. 

Phichit Historical Park.

Wat Thewa Prasat, where a huge Buddha image called Phra Buddha Ket Mongkhon is enshrined.

Wat Tha Luang, an important temple of Phichit where Luang Pho Petch is enshrined.

Wat Khao Roob Chang, which features an old white Lanka-style bell-shaped chedi on a pile of rocks which looks like an elephant shape.

Longtail boat racing, a fun famous festival of Phichit. 

As a principally agricultural area, Phichit has limited activities other than visiting its cultural and historical attractions.

Most restaurants on Phichit serve a variety of cuisines, including Thai and international foods. Most guesthouse and resorts have restaurants that serve both. The following are some of the restaurants on Phichit

As in most provincial capitals, Phichit features a central market where locals can buy everything from groceries to household appliances and visitors can shop for clothing and other necessary supplies. In addition to the shopping venues listed below, there are often locally produced handicrafts available at central markets, the occasional night market, and from village workshops in smaller towns throughout the province.

Phichit Province is the origin of a famous Krai Thong (Crocodile Conqueror) folktale. As another ancient city of Thailand, Phichit is charming with its historical sites dating back to the Sukhothai and Ayutthaya periods.

Phichit is located on the bank of the Nan River in the lower part of Northern Thailand, standing between Nakhon Sawan and Phitsanulok Provinces, with two rivers running through the city, which are the Nan River and the Yom River. 

Nurtured by two rivers that run parallel to one another north to south, the land of Phichit is agriculturally fertile and has been populated for centuries. Once the site of an ancient town dating back almost a thousand years, Phichit played in a major role in the history of both the Sukhothai and Ayutthaya kingdoms.
Known as the land of the crocodiles, Phichit has long been home to this ferocious reptile, which has thrived in its waters, particularly the Yom and Nan Rivers. There are today several fresh-water crocodile farms and few if any wild crocodiles roaming about. Phichit also features in the Thai epic Krai Thong, which was composed by King Rama II, another testament to its long and storied history.

Phichit has natural, historical, and cultural tourism attractions to offer. We suggest you go pay homage to Phra Buddha Ket Mongkhon, visit Nakhon Chai Bowon Forest Park or Phichit Historical Park, chill out at Bueng Si Fai, visit Chaloem Phrakiat Aquarium, and take a tram for a market tour

OTOP goods like processed agricultural products and local crafts are great souvenirs of Phichit. 

There are many hotels, resorts, and guesthouses in Phichit. Nakhon Chai Bowon Forest Park allows visitors to go camping in the area to get a close up experience with the nature.

Bueng Si Fai, a large freshwater lake which is used by the Fishery Department to breed freshwater fish.

Phichit OTOP Center, located in Bueng Si Fai, where visitors can shop for local products like crafts and foods.

Wat Rong Chang, which features a big Buddha image from the Ayutthaya period.

Wang Krod Old Market and Old Town.

Wat Huai Khen, with ancient mural paintings in the old chapel.

Wat Nakhon Chum, which houses Buddha images from the Sukhothai period.

Wat Ban Noi, where Luang Pho Ngern, a famous Buddha image made of thin woven brass wire, is enshrined. 

Phichit Historical Park.

Wat Thewa Prasat, where a huge Buddha image called Phra Buddha Ket Mongkhon is enshrined.

Wat Tha Luang, an important temple of Phichit where Luang Pho Petch is enshrined.

Wat Khao Roob Chang, which features an old white Lanka-style bell-shaped chedi on a pile of rocks which looks like an elephant shape.

Longtail boat racing, a fun famous festival of Phichit. 

As a principally agricultural area, Phichit has limited activities other than visiting its cultural and historical attractions.

Most restaurants on Phichit serve a variety of cuisines, including Thai and international foods. Most guesthouse and resorts have restaurants that serve both. The following are some of the restaurants on Phichit

As in most provincial capitals, Phichit features a central market where locals can buy everything from groceries to household appliances and visitors can shop for clothing and other necessary supplies. In addition to the shopping venues listed below, there are often locally produced handicrafts available at central markets, the occasional night market, and from village workshops in smaller towns throughout the province.

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Phichit Province is the origin of a famous Krai Thong (Crocodile Conqueror) folktale. As another ancient city of Thailand, Phichit is charming with its historical sites dating back to the Sukhothai and Ayutthaya periods.

Phichit is located on the bank of the Nan River in the lower part of Northern Thailand, standing between Nakhon Sawan and Phitsanulok Provinces, with two rivers running through the city, which are the Nan River and the Yom River. 

Nurtured by two rivers that run parallel to one another north to south, the land of Phichit is agriculturally fertile and has been populated for centuries. Once the site of an ancient town dating back almost a thousand years, Phichit played in a major role in the history of both the Sukhothai and Ayutthaya kingdoms.
Known as the land of the crocodiles, Phichit has long been home to this ferocious reptile, which has thrived in its waters, particularly the Yom and Nan Rivers. There are today several fresh-water crocodile farms and few if any wild crocodiles roaming about. Phichit also features in the Thai epic Krai Thong, which was composed by King Rama II, another testament to its long and storied history.

Phichit has natural, historical, and cultural tourism attractions to offer. We suggest you go pay homage to Phra Buddha Ket Mongkhon, visit Nakhon Chai Bowon Forest Park or Phichit Historical Park, chill out at Bueng Si Fai, visit Chaloem Phrakiat Aquarium, and take a tram for a market tour

OTOP goods like processed agricultural products and local crafts are great souvenirs of Phichit. 

There are many hotels, resorts, and guesthouses in Phichit. Nakhon Chai Bowon Forest Park allows visitors to go camping in the area to get a close up experience with the nature.

Bueng Si Fai, a large freshwater lake which is used by the Fishery Department to breed freshwater fish.

Phichit OTOP Center, located in Bueng Si Fai, where visitors can shop for local products like crafts and foods.

Wat Rong Chang, which features a big Buddha image from the Ayutthaya period.

Wang Krod Old Market and Old Town.

Wat Huai Khen, with ancient mural paintings in the old chapel.

Wat Nakhon Chum, which houses Buddha images from the Sukhothai period.

Wat Ban Noi, where Luang Pho Ngern, a famous Buddha image made of thin woven brass wire, is enshrined. 

Phichit Historical Park.

Wat Thewa Prasat, where a huge Buddha image called Phra Buddha Ket Mongkhon is enshrined.

Wat Tha Luang, an important temple of Phichit where Luang Pho Petch is enshrined.

Wat Khao Roob Chang, which features an old white Lanka-style bell-shaped chedi on a pile of rocks which looks like an elephant shape.

Longtail boat racing, a fun famous festival of Phichit. 

As a principally agricultural area, Phichit has limited activities other than visiting its cultural and historical attractions.

Most restaurants on Phichit serve a variety of cuisines, including Thai and international foods. Most guesthouse and resorts have restaurants that serve both. The following are some of the restaurants on Phichit

As in most provincial capitals, Phichit features a central market where locals can buy everything from groceries to household appliances and visitors can shop for clothing and other necessary supplies. In addition to the shopping venues listed below, there are often locally produced handicrafts available at central markets, the occasional night market, and from village workshops in smaller towns throughout the province.

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Phichit Province is the origin of a famous Krai Thong (Crocodile Conqueror) folktale. As another ancient city of Thailand, Phichit is charming with its historical sites dating back to the Sukhothai and Ayutthaya periods.

Phichit is located on the bank of the Nan River in the lower part of Northern Thailand, standing between Nakhon Sawan and Phitsanulok Provinces, with two rivers running through the city, which are the Nan River and the Yom River. 

Nurtured by two rivers that run parallel to one another north to south, the land of Phichit is agriculturally fertile and has been populated for centuries. Once the site of an ancient town dating back almost a thousand years, Phichit played in a major role in the history of both the Sukhothai and Ayutthaya kingdoms.
Known as the land of the crocodiles, Phichit has long been home to this ferocious reptile, which has thrived in its waters, particularly the Yom and Nan Rivers. There are today several fresh-water crocodile farms and few if any wild crocodiles roaming about. Phichit also features in the Thai epic Krai Thong, which was composed by King Rama II, another testament to its long and storied history.

Phichit has natural, historical, and cultural tourism attractions to offer. We suggest you go pay homage to Phra Buddha Ket Mongkhon, visit Nakhon Chai Bowon Forest Park or Phichit Historical Park, chill out at Bueng Si Fai, visit Chaloem Phrakiat Aquarium, and take a tram for a market tour

OTOP goods like processed agricultural products and local crafts are great souvenirs of Phichit. 

There are many hotels, resorts, and guesthouses in Phichit. Nakhon Chai Bowon Forest Park allows visitors to go camping in the area to get a close up experience with the nature.

Bueng Si Fai, a large freshwater lake which is used by the Fishery Department to breed freshwater fish.

Phichit OTOP Center, located in Bueng Si Fai, where visitors can shop for local products like crafts and foods.

Wat Rong Chang, which features a big Buddha image from the Ayutthaya period.

Wang Krod Old Market and Old Town.

Wat Huai Khen, with ancient mural paintings in the old chapel.

Wat Nakhon Chum, which houses Buddha images from the Sukhothai period.

Wat Ban Noi, where Luang Pho Ngern, a famous Buddha image made of thin woven brass wire, is enshrined. 

Phichit Historical Park.

Wat Thewa Prasat, where a huge Buddha image called Phra Buddha Ket Mongkhon is enshrined.

Wat Tha Luang, an important temple of Phichit where Luang Pho Petch is enshrined.

Wat Khao Roob Chang, which features an old white Lanka-style bell-shaped chedi on a pile of rocks which looks like an elephant shape.

Longtail boat racing, a fun famous festival of Phichit. 

As a principally agricultural area, Phichit has limited activities other than visiting its cultural and historical attractions.

Most restaurants on Phichit serve a variety of cuisines, including Thai and international foods. Most guesthouse and resorts have restaurants that serve both. The following are some of the restaurants on Phichit

As in most provincial capitals, Phichit features a central market where locals can buy everything from groceries to household appliances and visitors can shop for clothing and other necessary supplies. In addition to the shopping venues listed below, there are often locally produced handicrafts available at central markets, the occasional night market, and from village workshops in smaller towns throughout the province.

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Phichit Province is the origin of a famous Krai Thong (Crocodile Conqueror) folktale. As another ancient city of Thailand, Phichit is charming with its historical sites dating back to the Sukhothai and Ayutthaya periods.

Phichit is located on the bank of the Nan River in the lower part of Northern Thailand, standing between Nakhon Sawan and Phitsanulok Provinces, with two rivers running through the city, which are the Nan River and the Yom River. 

Nurtured by two rivers that run parallel to one another north to south, the land of Phichit is agriculturally fertile and has been populated for centuries. Once the site of an ancient town dating back almost a thousand years, Phichit played in a major role in the history of both the Sukhothai and Ayutthaya kingdoms.
Known as the land of the crocodiles, Phichit has long been home to this ferocious reptile, which has thrived in its waters, particularly the Yom and Nan Rivers. There are today several fresh-water crocodile farms and few if any wild crocodiles roaming about. Phichit also features in the Thai epic Krai Thong, which was composed by King Rama II, another testament to its long and storied history.

Phichit has natural, historical, and cultural tourism attractions to offer. We suggest you go pay homage to Phra Buddha Ket Mongkhon, visit Nakhon Chai Bowon Forest Park or Phichit Historical Park, chill out at Bueng Si Fai, visit Chaloem Phrakiat Aquarium, and take a tram for a market tour

OTOP goods like processed agricultural products and local crafts are great souvenirs of Phichit. 

There are many hotels, resorts, and guesthouses in Phichit. Nakhon Chai Bowon Forest Park allows visitors to go camping in the area to get a close up experience with the nature.

Bueng Si Fai, a large freshwater lake which is used by the Fishery Department to breed freshwater fish.

Phichit OTOP Center, located in Bueng Si Fai, where visitors can shop for local products like crafts and foods.

Wat Rong Chang, which features a big Buddha image from the Ayutthaya period.

Wang Krod Old Market and Old Town.

Wat Huai Khen, with ancient mural paintings in the old chapel.

Wat Nakhon Chum, which houses Buddha images from the Sukhothai period.

Wat Ban Noi, where Luang Pho Ngern, a famous Buddha image made of thin woven brass wire, is enshrined. 

Phichit Historical Park.

Wat Thewa Prasat, where a huge Buddha image called Phra Buddha Ket Mongkhon is enshrined.

Wat Tha Luang, an important temple of Phichit where Luang Pho Petch is enshrined.

Wat Khao Roob Chang, which features an old white Lanka-style bell-shaped chedi on a pile of rocks which looks like an elephant shape.

Longtail boat racing, a fun famous festival of Phichit. 

As a principally agricultural area, Phichit has limited activities other than visiting its cultural and historical attractions.

Most restaurants on Phichit serve a variety of cuisines, including Thai and international foods. Most guesthouse and resorts have restaurants that serve both. The following are some of the restaurants on Phichit

As in most provincial capitals, Phichit features a central market where locals can buy everything from groceries to household appliances and visitors can shop for clothing and other necessary supplies. In addition to the shopping venues listed below, there are often locally produced handicrafts available at central markets, the occasional night market, and from village workshops in smaller towns throughout the province.

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Phichit Province is the origin of a famous Krai Thong (Crocodile Conqueror) folktale. As another ancient city of Thailand, Phichit is charming with its historical sites dating back to the Sukhothai and Ayutthaya periods.

Phichit is located on the bank of the Nan River in the lower part of Northern Thailand, standing between Nakhon Sawan and Phitsanulok Provinces, with two rivers running through the city, which are the Nan River and the Yom River. 

Nurtured by two rivers that run parallel to one another north to south, the land of Phichit is agriculturally fertile and has been populated for centuries. Once the site of an ancient town dating back almost a thousand years, Phichit played in a major role in the history of both the Sukhothai and Ayutthaya kingdoms.
Known as the land of the crocodiles, Phichit has long been home to this ferocious reptile, which has thrived in its waters, particularly the Yom and Nan Rivers. There are today several fresh-water crocodile farms and few if any wild crocodiles roaming about. Phichit also features in the Thai epic Krai Thong, which was composed by King Rama II, another testament to its long and storied history.

Phichit has natural, historical, and cultural tourism attractions to offer. We suggest you go pay homage to Phra Buddha Ket Mongkhon, visit Nakhon Chai Bowon Forest Park or Phichit Historical Park, chill out at Bueng Si Fai, visit Chaloem Phrakiat Aquarium, and take a tram for a market tour

OTOP goods like processed agricultural products and local crafts are great souvenirs of Phichit. 

There are many hotels, resorts, and guesthouses in Phichit. Nakhon Chai Bowon Forest Park allows visitors to go camping in the area to get a close up experience with the nature.

Bueng Si Fai, a large freshwater lake which is used by the Fishery Department to breed freshwater fish.

Phichit OTOP Center, located in Bueng Si Fai, where visitors can shop for local products like crafts and foods.

Wat Rong Chang, which features a big Buddha image from the Ayutthaya period.

Wang Krod Old Market and Old Town.

Wat Huai Khen, with ancient mural paintings in the old chapel.

Wat Nakhon Chum, which houses Buddha images from the Sukhothai period.

Wat Ban Noi, where Luang Pho Ngern, a famous Buddha image made of thin woven brass wire, is enshrined. 

Phichit Historical Park.

Wat Thewa Prasat, where a huge Buddha image called Phra Buddha Ket Mongkhon is enshrined.

Wat Tha Luang, an important temple of Phichit where Luang Pho Petch is enshrined.

Wat Khao Roob Chang, which features an old white Lanka-style bell-shaped chedi on a pile of rocks which looks like an elephant shape.

Longtail boat racing, a fun famous festival of Phichit. 

As a principally agricultural area, Phichit has limited activities other than visiting its cultural and historical attractions.

Most restaurants on Phichit serve a variety of cuisines, including Thai and international foods. Most guesthouse and resorts have restaurants that serve both. The following are some of the restaurants on Phichit

As in most provincial capitals, Phichit features a central market where locals can buy everything from groceries to household appliances and visitors can shop for clothing and other necessary supplies. In addition to the shopping venues listed below, there are often locally produced handicrafts available at central markets, the occasional night market, and from village workshops in smaller towns throughout the province.