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Kamphaeng Phet Historical Park

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Kamphaeng Phet Historical Park

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Pindamri, Kamphaeng Phet 62000 Thailand
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Pattaya to Kampaengphet
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Pattaya to Kampaengphet

Make a road trip with a local tour guide,exploreing and enjoying yourself at very nice , lively wonderful places ,Look learn and taste some exotic food and culture of Thailand..
$1,349.65 per adult
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vincentloicbenoia wrote a review Aug 2020
Bangkok, Thailand269 contributions22 helpful votes
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A good complement to Sukhothai and Sri Satchanalai parks if you are into Siam history and architecture. No more bikes to rent so be motorized!!! The site is divided into 2 zones and I recommend to start with Wat Phra Kaew. These are the best parts with Buddha Image and elephants. In the other zone, you may go directly to Wat chang rob and Iryabot. The other ruins don’t bring much.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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TravelJunkie010 wrote a review Aug 2020
Bangkok, Thailand249 contributions46 helpful votes
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There are two places to visit. The more obvious ruins with the triple Buddha images. This is good for 30 mins or so, but make sure you drive up to the main park to see a whole range of ruins. This would be a great spot for exercise. Need a car or a bike for this.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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r0landbrunner wrote a review Feb 2020
Zurich, Switzerland1,583 contributions461 helpful votes
the Kamphaeng Phet Historical Park actually consists of two sites, one downtown in a park with few structures, and a wide area with several structures north, some 3.5km out of town. for each site there is a specific ticket for 100 B p.p., but there is also a combined ticket for both sites (150 B p.p.). The structures are in a far less preserved state then in Sukhothai, but still there are some very nice details, worth the visit.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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JRP-Bkk wrote a review Feb 2020
Bangkok, Thailand1,590 contributions138 helpful votes
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I think the historical park is at least as good if not better than the much more visited Sukhothai Historical Park . The advantage in Khamphaeng Phet is the complete absence of hordes of other people so you can really enjoy the atmosphere . There’s basically three sections . The closest to town which you can walk around , the old walls and fort which you can drive around and an additional park with many ruins of wats that you can drive around . This should be a must see site which appears to be missed by most people .
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Date of experience: February 2020
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yangfengming wrote a review Jan 2020
Sydney, Australia205 contributions35 helpful votes
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It cost 150 baht to visit the two sites, but 100 baht to visit one only. I’d choose the former. It’s advisable to do it as early as possible before it gets too hot. Too much to cover on foot; best to hire a bicycle at the entrance/ticket office. It’s possible to visit the two sites in one morning. We started early and finished at lunchtime. Bring plenty of water and some food. There were no shops within the park. Quite a number of dogs in the park, and some were quite vicious. I had to carry a branch with me to ward them off. I was surprised that there were so few tourists about.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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