Known as the southern gateway to Khao Yai National Park, Prachinburi is a little town with much to offer. Located between the Cambodian border and Bangkok, this city is home to many ruins, temples and national parks. For an enchanting trip of a lifetime, visitors should make their way to this scenic and tropical topographic destination in Thailand.
- Prachinburi National Museum
- King Naresuan the Great Shrine
- Bamboo Garden
- Visit the Wat Kaeo Phichit Temple
- Tour the Wat Sansi’s Bird Park of Prachinburi
- See the many waterfalls of the area like Namtok Khao Ito
Prachinburi has an alternative climate of both dry and wet. A tropical monsoon climate causes rain during June through October. From the months of November to February, the weather is cool and comfortable. As for March through May, the city is mostly dry and pleasant. Average annual temperatures for the area are about 27 to 30°C.
Getting There & Around
Flights will arrive at Bangkok, and then from there visitors will either take a train, car or bus to reach Prachinburi accommodations. By rail, the trains operate only four times a day and depart from Hua Lamphong Station.
To get around the area, many will find that motorcycles can be hired for an affordable price from certain locations. The area does have well-maintained roads, which are easily explored by a private vehicle.
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