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A cable car ride up a steep hill took us up to the mountaintop temple. First observation is the breathtaking views, no English translation to state what we were viewing, numerous steps so I felt I’d done exercise for the day and the cheeky temple...More
Visited this historical site as part of a day tour of phetchaburi, the cable car getting up was nerve wracking and entry was more expensive than I expected it to be.
The museum and the buildings to enter are not particularly interesting or historically Thai....More
Went as part of a day tour, it wasn't as interesting as I thought it might be, although some parts were closed due to renovation, so if you're going probably pay to check if it's all open. Also we missed the Chinese room which is...More
Interesting temple, accessed by cable car.
This is in Petchaburi, which is not a tourist hotspot.
Built on a high ridge (mountain to the Thais). Very beautiful views.
Many thieving monkeys, on the lookout for food. Will snatch stuff out of your hand. Including phones,...More
Enjoy the splendid view of surrounding Hua Hin on the small hill which housed the summer palace of King Rama 4. Take a tram ride up and leisurely stroll around. Tram ride cost B50/pax and entrance fee is B250/adult. You can check out the palace...More
The historical museum and historical park, takes you around the city and up to the mountain, either possible by walk or cable car. Plan at least 2-3 hours to visit all the temples, chedis, pagodas and museums. There is a good map available at the...More
We've driven past so many times while heading for the coast and finally decided to make a stop. The complex is spread over 3 hilltops so can be taxing in the heat. There was some good information in English at the bottom of the hill...More
Khao Wang is probably the main landmark of Phetchabury. The hill dominates the skyline and it is no wonder that a king chose it as a place of residence.
The palace complex consists of many buildings - stables, theater, pavillions and living quarters but the...More
I just came from kaeng Krachan to Phetchaburi and rented a motor cycle for 500 Bht for whole 2 days visited all the Temples for free of cost ! 14 tamples inside petchaburi very easy with a map from chedi view hostel and used... More
I just came from kaeng Krachan to Phetchaburi and rented a motor cycle for 500 Bht for whole 2 days visited all the Temples for free of cost ! 14 tamples inside petchaburi very easy with a map from chedi view hostel and used maps for the locations