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Admission ticket for a few bucks + the bike is not yet € 3. It is definitely worth more for your money. It is a large national park. so it is useful to rent a bike at the guard. Nice to see how kampheang phet...More
My buddy from the UK and I drove over to visit early in the day. Low temperature made for easy walking after we parked our car inside the park. 100 baht for each of us and 50 baht for the car.
The visitor center was...More
Spent most of the day cycling around both sites and almost no-one else here. Lots of shade and very peaceful to visit the temples.
Clean toilets too.
Don't forget water and sunscreen.
Get the combination tickets for 150 Bt.
It is very important you have the right guide. The local guides at the historical park work only until 4pm and I recommend Mr. Arche อาเช่, a University English major student.
Without an enthusiastic guide, you will only see ruin artifacts but will not know...More
The commonly visited North Park and Main Park are superb. These have been reviewed by others, and are the best known sites in Kamphang Phet.
There are also other sites in Nakhon Chum that are free which are an extension of the Kamphaeng Phet Historical...More
This beautifully preserved site runs alongside the main road, and comprises many temples and other ruins, together with some well preserved Buddha statues. The whole park is kept immaculately, and can be visited on foot or by bicycle, which can be rented nearby or at...More
We decided to ride bikes from our hotel and it was a great way to explore both locations of the park. We bought the combo ticket (150THB). The illustrations of how the structures looked in the 14th-16th Century made it easy to visulize how the...More
We visited the historical park on a lovely morning. We rented bicycles ( highly recommended). The park is large, so too large to do by foot. The park, as with all historical parks in Thailand is clean, beautiful, and very well kept. The ruins themselves...More