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Suphanburi is a province near Tha Chin River with its geographic features of mountains, forests and plain fields.Suphanburi is a province near Tha Chin River with its geographic features of mountains, forests and plain fields.

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Take a bus from Morchit Bus Terminal .  For more information, call +66 435 1200

Take a train from Bangkok Noi (Thonburi) Station.  The train has only 1 round a day.

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Suphanburi is a province near Tha Chin River with its geographic features of mountains, forests and plain fields.Suphanburi is a province near Tha Chin River with its geographic features of mountains, forests and plain fields.

Because the name of Suphan Buri Province means City of Gold, some believe the city to be the site of the legendary Suvarnabhumi that is mentioned in ancient Buddhist texts. The area has been continuously occupied since as early as the Dvaravati period in the 9th century, when the city was known as Mueang Thawarawadi Si Suphannaphumi. The city was later called U Thong, after its most famous son, Prince U Thong became the founder of the Ayutthaya kingdom. The city was later a historically important border town that was at the front lines of many conflicts; in 1592, the legendary elephant battle between King Naresuan the Great and the crown prince of Burma took place in Suphan Buri.

Today there are many historical sites, in addition to a wide variety of natural attractions including caves, waterfalls, bird parks, fish sanctuaries, and a crocodile ‘farm’.

Just a hundred kilometers away from Bangkok, Suphan Buri is an ancient town rich in natural and historical heritage. The city itself dates back to the 9th century and the province was once an important border town during the period of the Ayutthaya kingdom; consequently many battles of important wars were waged in the province.

Traveling around the province today is like drifting through a historical novel, with attractions including Don Chedi Monument and Wat Khao Khuen, whose abbot played a significant role in Thai history. Supan Buri’s natural wonders include Phu Toei National Park and the Bueng Chawak Aquarium, and visitors can get a taste of the local culture by trying Sali Suphan, the famous local-style cake.

Both Suphan Buri city and some areas around the province have a variety of accommodation options for visitors including luxury hotels, guesthouses, and home stays.

Banhan-Jamsai Tower : the tower is located in the center of the city with its height 123 meters.  In the tower, there are exhibition about Suphanburi province, and souvenir shops.

Wat Khae : the ancient temple which appeared in Thai literature – Khun Chang- Khun Phaen.  In the temple, there is a giant tamarind tree with its circumference of 10 meters.  It is said that Khun Phaen learned his leaf magic from the tree.

Kra Seaw Dam : the longest earth-fill dam in Thailand that is a source to raise fish.

Kam Fah Tradition : it is an ancient tradition of Thai Phuan group.  Thai Phuan people will have a day off to prepare food and sweet for offering to monks.

Thing Krachat : a making-merit festival held around August-September in the municipal area.

Most restaurants on Suphan Buri 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 Suphan Buri

Handmade basketwork is famous among the tourists.  Food that is mouth-watering are Thai steam sponge cake, canned water chestnuts, canned bamboo shoots, mushrooms, honey-roasted duck, grilled chicken, and dried fish.

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Suphanburi is a province near Tha Chin River with its geographic features of mountains, forests and plain fields.Suphanburi is a province near Tha Chin River with its geographic features of mountains, forests and plain fields.

Because the name of Suphan Buri Province means City of Gold, some believe the city to be the site of the legendary Suvarnabhumi that is mentioned in ancient Buddhist texts. The area has been continuously occupied since as early as the Dvaravati period in the 9th century, when the city was known as Mueang Thawarawadi Si Suphannaphumi. The city was later called U Thong, after its most famous son, Prince U Thong became the founder of the Ayutthaya kingdom. The city was later a historically important border town that was at the front lines of many conflicts; in 1592, the legendary elephant battle between King Naresuan the Great and the crown prince of Burma took place in Suphan Buri.

Today there are many historical sites, in addition to a wide variety of natural attractions including caves, waterfalls, bird parks, fish sanctuaries, and a crocodile ‘farm’.

Just a hundred kilometers away from Bangkok, Suphan Buri is an ancient town rich in natural and historical heritage. The city itself dates back to the 9th century and the province was once an important border town during the period of the Ayutthaya kingdom; consequently many battles of important wars were waged in the province.

Traveling around the province today is like drifting through a historical novel, with attractions including Don Chedi Monument and Wat Khao Khuen, whose abbot played a significant role in Thai history. Supan Buri’s natural wonders include Phu Toei National Park and the Bueng Chawak Aquarium, and visitors can get a taste of the local culture by trying Sali Suphan, the famous local-style cake.

Both Suphan Buri city and some areas around the province have a variety of accommodation options for visitors including luxury hotels, guesthouses, and home stays.

Banhan-Jamsai Tower : the tower is located in the center of the city with its height 123 meters.  In the tower, there are exhibition about Suphanburi province, and souvenir shops.

Wat Khae : the ancient temple which appeared in Thai literature – Khun Chang- Khun Phaen.  In the temple, there is a giant tamarind tree with its circumference of 10 meters.  It is said that Khun Phaen learned his leaf magic from the tree.

Kra Seaw Dam : the longest earth-fill dam in Thailand that is a source to raise fish.

Kam Fah Tradition : it is an ancient tradition of Thai Phuan group.  Thai Phuan people will have a day off to prepare food and sweet for offering to monks.

Thing Krachat : a making-merit festival held around August-September in the municipal area.

Most restaurants on Suphan Buri 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 Suphan Buri

Handmade basketwork is famous among the tourists.  Food that is mouth-watering are Thai steam sponge cake, canned water chestnuts, canned bamboo shoots, mushrooms, honey-roasted duck, grilled chicken, and dried fish.

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Suphanburi is a province near Tha Chin River with its geographic features of mountains, forests and plain fields.Suphanburi is a province near Tha Chin River with its geographic features of mountains, forests and plain fields.

Because the name of Suphan Buri Province means City of Gold, some believe the city to be the site of the legendary Suvarnabhumi that is mentioned in ancient Buddhist texts. The area has been continuously occupied since as early as the Dvaravati period in the 9th century, when the city was known as Mueang Thawarawadi Si Suphannaphumi. The city was later called U Thong, after its most famous son, Prince U Thong became the founder of the Ayutthaya kingdom. The city was later a historically important border town that was at the front lines of many conflicts; in 1592, the legendary elephant battle between King Naresuan the Great and the crown prince of Burma took place in Suphan Buri.

Today there are many historical sites, in addition to a wide variety of natural attractions including caves, waterfalls, bird parks, fish sanctuaries, and a crocodile ‘farm’.

Just a hundred kilometers away from Bangkok, Suphan Buri is an ancient town rich in natural and historical heritage. The city itself dates back to the 9th century and the province was once an important border town during the period of the Ayutthaya kingdom; consequently many battles of important wars were waged in the province.

Traveling around the province today is like drifting through a historical novel, with attractions including Don Chedi Monument and Wat Khao Khuen, whose abbot played a significant role in Thai history. Supan Buri’s natural wonders include Phu Toei National Park and the Bueng Chawak Aquarium, and visitors can get a taste of the local culture by trying Sali Suphan, the famous local-style cake.

Both Suphan Buri city and some areas around the province have a variety of accommodation options for visitors including luxury hotels, guesthouses, and home stays.

Banhan-Jamsai Tower : the tower is located in the center of the city with its height 123 meters.  In the tower, there are exhibition about Suphanburi province, and souvenir shops.

Wat Khae : the ancient temple which appeared in Thai literature – Khun Chang- Khun Phaen.  In the temple, there is a giant tamarind tree with its circumference of 10 meters.  It is said that Khun Phaen learned his leaf magic from the tree.

Kra Seaw Dam : the longest earth-fill dam in Thailand that is a source to raise fish.

Kam Fah Tradition : it is an ancient tradition of Thai Phuan group.  Thai Phuan people will have a day off to prepare food and sweet for offering to monks.

Thing Krachat : a making-merit festival held around August-September in the municipal area.

Most restaurants on Suphan Buri 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 Suphan Buri

Handmade basketwork is famous among the tourists.  Food that is mouth-watering are Thai steam sponge cake, canned water chestnuts, canned bamboo shoots, mushrooms, honey-roasted duck, grilled chicken, and dried fish.

Suphanburi is a province near Tha Chin River with its geographic features of mountains, forests and plain fields.Suphanburi is a province near Tha Chin River with its geographic features of mountains, forests and plain fields.

Because the name of Suphan Buri Province means City of Gold, some believe the city to be the site of the legendary Suvarnabhumi that is mentioned in ancient Buddhist texts. The area has been continuously occupied since as early as the Dvaravati period in the 9th century, when the city was known as Mueang Thawarawadi Si Suphannaphumi. The city was later called U Thong, after its most famous son, Prince U Thong became the founder of the Ayutthaya kingdom. The city was later a historically important border town that was at the front lines of many conflicts; in 1592, the legendary elephant battle between King Naresuan the Great and the crown prince of Burma took place in Suphan Buri.

Today there are many historical sites, in addition to a wide variety of natural attractions including caves, waterfalls, bird parks, fish sanctuaries, and a crocodile ‘farm’.

Just a hundred kilometers away from Bangkok, Suphan Buri is an ancient town rich in natural and historical heritage. The city itself dates back to the 9th century and the province was once an important border town during the period of the Ayutthaya kingdom; consequently many battles of important wars were waged in the province.

Traveling around the province today is like drifting through a historical novel, with attractions including Don Chedi Monument and Wat Khao Khuen, whose abbot played a significant role in Thai history. Supan Buri’s natural wonders include Phu Toei National Park and the Bueng Chawak Aquarium, and visitors can get a taste of the local culture by trying Sali Suphan, the famous local-style cake.

Both Suphan Buri city and some areas around the province have a variety of accommodation options for visitors including luxury hotels, guesthouses, and home stays.

Banhan-Jamsai Tower : the tower is located in the center of the city with its height 123 meters.  In the tower, there are exhibition about Suphanburi province, and souvenir shops.

Wat Khae : the ancient temple which appeared in Thai literature – Khun Chang- Khun Phaen.  In the temple, there is a giant tamarind tree with its circumference of 10 meters.  It is said that Khun Phaen learned his leaf magic from the tree.

Kra Seaw Dam : the longest earth-fill dam in Thailand that is a source to raise fish.

Kam Fah Tradition : it is an ancient tradition of Thai Phuan group.  Thai Phuan people will have a day off to prepare food and sweet for offering to monks.

Thing Krachat : a making-merit festival held around August-September in the municipal area.

Most restaurants on Suphan Buri 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 Suphan Buri

Handmade basketwork is famous among the tourists.  Food that is mouth-watering are Thai steam sponge cake, canned water chestnuts, canned bamboo shoots, mushrooms, honey-roasted duck, grilled chicken, and dried fish.

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Suphanburi is a province near Tha Chin River with its geographic features of mountains, forests and plain fields.Suphanburi is a province near Tha Chin River with its geographic features of mountains, forests and plain fields.

Because the name of Suphan Buri Province means City of Gold, some believe the city to be the site of the legendary Suvarnabhumi that is mentioned in ancient Buddhist texts. The area has been continuously occupied since as early as the Dvaravati period in the 9th century, when the city was known as Mueang Thawarawadi Si Suphannaphumi. The city was later called U Thong, after its most famous son, Prince U Thong became the founder of the Ayutthaya kingdom. The city was later a historically important border town that was at the front lines of many conflicts; in 1592, the legendary elephant battle between King Naresuan the Great and the crown prince of Burma took place in Suphan Buri.

Today there are many historical sites, in addition to a wide variety of natural attractions including caves, waterfalls, bird parks, fish sanctuaries, and a crocodile ‘farm’.

Just a hundred kilometers away from Bangkok, Suphan Buri is an ancient town rich in natural and historical heritage. The city itself dates back to the 9th century and the province was once an important border town during the period of the Ayutthaya kingdom; consequently many battles of important wars were waged in the province.

Traveling around the province today is like drifting through a historical novel, with attractions including Don Chedi Monument and Wat Khao Khuen, whose abbot played a significant role in Thai history. Supan Buri’s natural wonders include Phu Toei National Park and the Bueng Chawak Aquarium, and visitors can get a taste of the local culture by trying Sali Suphan, the famous local-style cake.

Both Suphan Buri city and some areas around the province have a variety of accommodation options for visitors including luxury hotels, guesthouses, and home stays.

Banhan-Jamsai Tower : the tower is located in the center of the city with its height 123 meters.  In the tower, there are exhibition about Suphanburi province, and souvenir shops.

Wat Khae : the ancient temple which appeared in Thai literature – Khun Chang- Khun Phaen.  In the temple, there is a giant tamarind tree with its circumference of 10 meters.  It is said that Khun Phaen learned his leaf magic from the tree.

Kra Seaw Dam : the longest earth-fill dam in Thailand that is a source to raise fish.

Kam Fah Tradition : it is an ancient tradition of Thai Phuan group.  Thai Phuan people will have a day off to prepare food and sweet for offering to monks.

Thing Krachat : a making-merit festival held around August-September in the municipal area.

Most restaurants on Suphan Buri 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 Suphan Buri

Handmade basketwork is famous among the tourists.  Food that is mouth-watering are Thai steam sponge cake, canned water chestnuts, canned bamboo shoots, mushrooms, honey-roasted duck, grilled chicken, and dried fish.

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Suphanburi is a province near Tha Chin River with its geographic features of mountains, forests and plain fields.Suphanburi is a province near Tha Chin River with its geographic features of mountains, forests and plain fields.

Because the name of Suphan Buri Province means City of Gold, some believe the city to be the site of the legendary Suvarnabhumi that is mentioned in ancient Buddhist texts. The area has been continuously occupied since as early as the Dvaravati period in the 9th century, when the city was known as Mueang Thawarawadi Si Suphannaphumi. The city was later called U Thong, after its most famous son, Prince U Thong became the founder of the Ayutthaya kingdom. The city was later a historically important border town that was at the front lines of many conflicts; in 1592, the legendary elephant battle between King Naresuan the Great and the crown prince of Burma took place in Suphan Buri.

Today there are many historical sites, in addition to a wide variety of natural attractions including caves, waterfalls, bird parks, fish sanctuaries, and a crocodile ‘farm’.

Just a hundred kilometers away from Bangkok, Suphan Buri is an ancient town rich in natural and historical heritage. The city itself dates back to the 9th century and the province was once an important border town during the period of the Ayutthaya kingdom; consequently many battles of important wars were waged in the province.

Traveling around the province today is like drifting through a historical novel, with attractions including Don Chedi Monument and Wat Khao Khuen, whose abbot played a significant role in Thai history. Supan Buri’s natural wonders include Phu Toei National Park and the Bueng Chawak Aquarium, and visitors can get a taste of the local culture by trying Sali Suphan, the famous local-style cake.

Both Suphan Buri city and some areas around the province have a variety of accommodation options for visitors including luxury hotels, guesthouses, and home stays.

Banhan-Jamsai Tower : the tower is located in the center of the city with its height 123 meters.  In the tower, there are exhibition about Suphanburi province, and souvenir shops.

Wat Khae : the ancient temple which appeared in Thai literature – Khun Chang- Khun Phaen.  In the temple, there is a giant tamarind tree with its circumference of 10 meters.  It is said that Khun Phaen learned his leaf magic from the tree.

Kra Seaw Dam : the longest earth-fill dam in Thailand that is a source to raise fish.

Kam Fah Tradition : it is an ancient tradition of Thai Phuan group.  Thai Phuan people will have a day off to prepare food and sweet for offering to monks.

Thing Krachat : a making-merit festival held around August-September in the municipal area.

Most restaurants on Suphan Buri 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 Suphan Buri

Handmade basketwork is famous among the tourists.  Food that is mouth-watering are Thai steam sponge cake, canned water chestnuts, canned bamboo shoots, mushrooms, honey-roasted duck, grilled chicken, and dried fish.

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Suphanburi is a province near Tha Chin River with its geographic features of mountains, forests and plain fields.Suphanburi is a province near Tha Chin River with its geographic features of mountains, forests and plain fields.

Because the name of Suphan Buri Province means City of Gold, some believe the city to be the site of the legendary Suvarnabhumi that is mentioned in ancient Buddhist texts. The area has been continuously occupied since as early as the Dvaravati period in the 9th century, when the city was known as Mueang Thawarawadi Si Suphannaphumi. The city was later called U Thong, after its most famous son, Prince U Thong became the founder of the Ayutthaya kingdom. The city was later a historically important border town that was at the front lines of many conflicts; in 1592, the legendary elephant battle between King Naresuan the Great and the crown prince of Burma took place in Suphan Buri.

Today there are many historical sites, in addition to a wide variety of natural attractions including caves, waterfalls, bird parks, fish sanctuaries, and a crocodile ‘farm’.

Just a hundred kilometers away from Bangkok, Suphan Buri is an ancient town rich in natural and historical heritage. The city itself dates back to the 9th century and the province was once an important border town during the period of the Ayutthaya kingdom; consequently many battles of important wars were waged in the province.

Traveling around the province today is like drifting through a historical novel, with attractions including Don Chedi Monument and Wat Khao Khuen, whose abbot played a significant role in Thai history. Supan Buri’s natural wonders include Phu Toei National Park and the Bueng Chawak Aquarium, and visitors can get a taste of the local culture by trying Sali Suphan, the famous local-style cake.

Both Suphan Buri city and some areas around the province have a variety of accommodation options for visitors including luxury hotels, guesthouses, and home stays.

Banhan-Jamsai Tower : the tower is located in the center of the city with its height 123 meters.  In the tower, there are exhibition about Suphanburi province, and souvenir shops.

Wat Khae : the ancient temple which appeared in Thai literature – Khun Chang- Khun Phaen.  In the temple, there is a giant tamarind tree with its circumference of 10 meters.  It is said that Khun Phaen learned his leaf magic from the tree.

Kra Seaw Dam : the longest earth-fill dam in Thailand that is a source to raise fish.

Kam Fah Tradition : it is an ancient tradition of Thai Phuan group.  Thai Phuan people will have a day off to prepare food and sweet for offering to monks.

Thing Krachat : a making-merit festival held around August-September in the municipal area.

Most restaurants on Suphan Buri 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 Suphan Buri

Handmade basketwork is famous among the tourists.  Food that is mouth-watering are Thai steam sponge cake, canned water chestnuts, canned bamboo shoots, mushrooms, honey-roasted duck, grilled chicken, and dried fish.

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Suphanburi is a province near Tha Chin River with its geographic features of mountains, forests and plain fields.Suphanburi is a province near Tha Chin River with its geographic features of mountains, forests and plain fields.

Because the name of Suphan Buri Province means City of Gold, some believe the city to be the site of the legendary Suvarnabhumi that is mentioned in ancient Buddhist texts. The area has been continuously occupied since as early as the Dvaravati period in the 9th century, when the city was known as Mueang Thawarawadi Si Suphannaphumi. The city was later called U Thong, after its most famous son, Prince U Thong became the founder of the Ayutthaya kingdom. The city was later a historically important border town that was at the front lines of many conflicts; in 1592, the legendary elephant battle between King Naresuan the Great and the crown prince of Burma took place in Suphan Buri.

Today there are many historical sites, in addition to a wide variety of natural attractions including caves, waterfalls, bird parks, fish sanctuaries, and a crocodile ‘farm’.

Just a hundred kilometers away from Bangkok, Suphan Buri is an ancient town rich in natural and historical heritage. The city itself dates back to the 9th century and the province was once an important border town during the period of the Ayutthaya kingdom; consequently many battles of important wars were waged in the province.

Traveling around the province today is like drifting through a historical novel, with attractions including Don Chedi Monument and Wat Khao Khuen, whose abbot played a significant role in Thai history. Supan Buri’s natural wonders include Phu Toei National Park and the Bueng Chawak Aquarium, and visitors can get a taste of the local culture by trying Sali Suphan, the famous local-style cake.

Both Suphan Buri city and some areas around the province have a variety of accommodation options for visitors including luxury hotels, guesthouses, and home stays.

Banhan-Jamsai Tower : the tower is located in the center of the city with its height 123 meters.  In the tower, there are exhibition about Suphanburi province, and souvenir shops.

Wat Khae : the ancient temple which appeared in Thai literature – Khun Chang- Khun Phaen.  In the temple, there is a giant tamarind tree with its circumference of 10 meters.  It is said that Khun Phaen learned his leaf magic from the tree.

Kra Seaw Dam : the longest earth-fill dam in Thailand that is a source to raise fish.

Kam Fah Tradition : it is an ancient tradition of Thai Phuan group.  Thai Phuan people will have a day off to prepare food and sweet for offering to monks.

Thing Krachat : a making-merit festival held around August-September in the municipal area.

Most restaurants on Suphan Buri 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 Suphan Buri

Handmade basketwork is famous among the tourists.  Food that is mouth-watering are Thai steam sponge cake, canned water chestnuts, canned bamboo shoots, mushrooms, honey-roasted duck, grilled chicken, and dried fish.