U-Thong 's an ancient city where was built in Dvaravati period of Thai history. At there, the archaeologists found so many artifacts and monuments. Some collected and represented in the U-Thong National Museum. Apart from that ,you can find a history of local people,some 're Tai Song Dam or Black Tai tribe ,which you can see the model of their house or even the original products from them .
Open 8.30 am - 4.00 pm
Close Mon-Tue and nation holiday.
Located in city center. It's the first and tallest tower in Thailand. Also ,there're an exhibition on local literature,art and culture,local lifestyle,tourist atttraction and information on Suphan Buri. On the tower,telescopes 're available. Souvenir ,food and beverage shop 're also available.The park closed on Monday. Open from 10.00-20.30
Admission (park) 10 B. (tower) 40 B.
This temple located in the area where used to be the center of Suphanburi city. It was the city temple where was built for more 600 yrs.The main building 's the Prang where housed the great relic but it was stolen by thief. Apart from the great relic, there 're so many amulets found in this temple called Phra Suphan. It's one style in top 5 amulets of Thailand. Around the main prang,there're some small chedis and small buildings.
Originally name Ma Kham Nor temple.It was built in Pre Rattanakosin period. Inside the Ubosot or ordination hall decorated with mural painting which painted by Mr. Kham who was Vientiene origin and migrated to BKK.
Pra Rup temple 's an ancient temple where dated to Late U-Thong period (before Ayutthaya period). Some interesting things in this temple 're : the reclining Buddha image named Nen Kaew, Chedi in U-Thong style and only one Wooden Buddha footprint in Thailand.
A nice Chinese design, City Pillar Shrine, was built in Thai style architecture before but later altered to a Chinese pavilion design. The shrine houses statues of the god Vishnu. carved out of green stone. To say honestly we just passed by this place.
At the fourth panoramic viewpoint deck of Banharn - Jamsai Tower is at a height of 78.75 metres. The interior is decorated with murals featuring King Naresuan the Great and telescopes are available on the decks
This is a place you must visit, Banharn - Jamsai Tower. You can enjoy a bird's eye view over the province at a height of 123.25 m. The tower has four view point decks, including ticketing and souvenirs, snack bar and park view souvenir and downtown viewpoint decks.
The cave located in the area of Wat Wang Kan temple, around 14 kms away form central of Dan Chang District. The cave must first approached on foot by climbing a staircase 61 steps, and then walk down inside the cave. We found only group of us there so we decided not to get deep much in to the area inside the cave. As we know if we can get inside the cave we will see the beautiful Buddha image, and beautiful stalagmites and stalactites decorate a chamber inside the cave.
If you travel to the Suphan buri you will notice the wide area of rice farm surround the province. If you are interested to learn more, you should visit Thai Rice Farmers National Museum just located in front of the city hall. The museum was opened to dedicated to the history and study of rice farming, exhibits include tools of the trade, the many rites surrounding it, and the historical role of royalty in rice farming
We really enjoyed this place, Buffalo Village. Walking in the area of village you will feel like visiting a Thai countryside in rural far place. The featured places are Farmer Village, you will see many buffaloes and other animals in their natural behavior, His Majesty the Kings New Theory on Managing Agricultural Land Project and Thai-Style Teak Wood Houses.
This is a huge sitting Buddha image named "Luang Pho To", 23 metres in height, is enshrined in the main chapel of Wat Pa Lelai Temple. It’s an old temple, believed it’s been built about 800 years ago when Suphan Buri was a prosperous community. Worship fairs celebrating the image are held twice a year in April and November.
An important monument of Suphan Buri, Don Chedi, the white pagoda was constructed to commemorate the victory of King Naresuan against King Maha Uparacha of Burma in single-handed elephant back combat in 1952. A cast statue of King Naresuan the Great mounting the elephant's neck was placed in front of the pagoda.
Become famous attraction of the province now, Bueng Chawak (Chawak Lake). The full name is Bueng Chawak Chalerm Phra Kiet. It’s developed under the project to celebrate His Majesty the King Bhumibol Adulyadej's on his 50th Year Accession to the Throne. The lake and surrounding areas included Wildlife Extension Center, a garden of indigenous vegetables, and an exhibition center for aquatic animals. it’s very crowded with Thai visitors on weekend.
The huge building or viharn housed Luang Por To or a big buddha image in European sitting attitude , built in U-Thong style.Almost Thai came here for sacred when they visite Suphanburi.
Another interesting thing in this temple is Khun Chang house . It's a Thai tradition house from Khun - Khun Phan local literature.