Cha Inn @ Cha Am
274/34 Ruamchit Road, Phetchaburi, 76120, Thailand
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Khao Ban Dai It temple
Located on the mountain with 121 metres as the highest peak in Petchburi. This temple assume to be built in Ayutthaya period as the forest temple where King Sue of Ayutthaya used to came here for meditation. The must things to see ‘re -Pediment of ubosot which so beautiful in style and presented how local artisans made. It siad to be built in Ayudhaya period. -Some caves on the mountain, this temple was once famous in meditation place . King Sue of Ayudhaya period have ever been there for meditation ,so you can found one cave name King Sue cave.
Royalty-initiated Laem Phak Bia Project
The full name is the Royalty-initiated Laem Phak Bia Environmental Study, Research and Development Project. This project began by the King Rama IX, he found the environment problem from trash and used water. So he decided to solve these problems by nature to nature and the project can run very well.
Open : Mon-Fri 9.00 - 16.00 Sat - Sun -permit for bird watching only
Welcome relief from Chaam plight
Phetchaburi is a place hard to find on the map. It is true the spelling can be misleading too. Suddenly there is a lot to see; royal residencies, rash of temples, colouful monks and more of the regular day-to-day Thai life. It seems a totally different planet compared to Chaam and its modern holiday life. Such a contrast is a welcome relief for people already bored with lying around on the beach for days. In addition to its historical and cultural value, the area offers a respite from the heavy humidity especially when on the top of the hills. It is no coincidence that the royals have chosen this place.
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