As the capital city of the Pitsanulok Province, Phitsanulok features opportunities around every corner for exploring history and religion. While travelling through Asia, tourists must make this city a stopping point on their holiday schedule. With over a dozen temples like the Wat Phra Sri Rattana Mahathat and exciting dragon boat races, visitors will enjoy being immersed in this city in northern Thailand.
- Naresuan University Art and Culture Gallery
- Phitsanulok Night Market
- Buddha Chinnarat National Museum
- Visit the Phitsanulok Buranathai Buddha Foundry
- Tour the Sergeant-Major Dr Thawee Buranakhet Folklore Museum
- Stroll the Nan River and see the many unique house boats
Situated in the Nan Basin, Phitsanulok has a hot tropical climate with considerable amounts of yearly precipitation. Showcasing an annual temperature of 32°C and above, this city only has two seasons: wet and dry. The rainy season starts in spring and ends in the summer; however, it begins again in September and goes to November. Visitors will enjoy coming during the cool, dry months of December and January.
Getting There & Around
Regular flights arrive in Phitsanulok daily from Bangkok Don Muang. Extensive bus services also connect Phitsanulok with Chiang Mai and Bangkok. To reach accommodations, buses and tuk-tuks travel to and from the airport.
With the city being a major transportation hub, there are plenty of ways to get around. From public buses to taxis to motorcycles, visitors will find this destination easy to explore.
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