The Royal Diamond Hotel Phetchaburi

555 Moo 1, Tambol Rai-Som, Amphur Muang, Phetchaburi, 76000, Thailand
The Royal Diamond Hotel Phetchaburi
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Travel Tips for Phetchaburi

Wat Phra Kaew

by Willettsworld

This temple is located on the eastern peak of Khao Wang. King Rama IV ordered his architects to construct a royal temple in the palace compound in the same fashion as the Emerald Buddha temple in the Grand Palace in Bangkok.

Mahathat Voraviharn temple

by pattayaraj

The principle temple in Petchaburi province where local people called Wat Mahathat. Origanally,thai believe that every important cities should have a place for housed the great relic of Buddha. They called that place as Mahathat temple and located in the city centre where they thought it's the most important place in the city.
So Wat Mahathat in Petchburi is one important and sacred place in Thailand. Because if its important, the renovation always happened and it seems a place of art collections esp. the Petchburi stucco style which origin in Ayutthaya period.
The most sacred building in this temple is Prang with 5 spires, the principle one is the most highest and surrounded with 4 spires at cardinal points. Absolutely sure,Inside housed the great relic of Buddha.
Other important buildings are Ubosot with the wonderful stucco on the pediment in Ramayana epic story.Inside,housed 3 holy Buddha images of Petchburi called Luang Por Mahathat, Luang Por Ban Laem and Luang Por Khao Takrao (Luang Por means image ).
Viharn Luang building also decorated with finest stucco of Petchburi. Some said this building was built in Ayutthaya period.


by SLLiew

Phetchaburi is the northern start of the Malay Peninsula, sandwiched by Burmese border on the west and the Gulf of Thailand is the east.

Popular tourist destinations are the old royal town itself, the Phra Nakhon Khiri and the Kaeng Krachan National Park.

Khao Luang Cave - Part 1

by Willettsworld

Located 5km north of Khao Wang, this cave houses a Buddha image cast by the royal command of King Rama V as a dedication to King Rama III and King Rama IV. These caves are well worth and contain a number of other Buddhas in a variety of stances. The best time to visit is around 17:00 when light through a hole in the ceiling falls directly on one of the Buddhas making for a superb photo. Legend has it that the entrance to the cave will send you through a twilight zone to a cave inhabited by young maidens! Beware of the monkeys outside and try and grab a stick or something for security. I took a bike taxi here from the road junction by the City Pillar and he waited for me at the caves and took me back into town after I had visited.


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