Prachinburi Travel Guide, Prachinburi Travel Information, Prachinburi Thailand

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welcome to prachinburi
Introduction
Ton Pho Si Maha Pho
Ton Pho Si Maha Pho
Prachin Buri is located along the Cambodian border to the east of Bangkok which has been occupied for roughly 800 years, the region contains many ruins from the Dvaravati and Khmer kingdoms. Prachin Buri province is very prosperous town with beautiful waterfalls and canals which are very popular among nature adventurers. Khao Yai, Thap Lan and Pang Sida National Parks is well known cover an area over 3,000 square kilometers of Prachin Buri province. Much of the remainder of Prachin Buri province is occupied by rice fields.

Prachin Buri is an ancient towns, there were discoveries of historical venues that were used for religious purposes and historic materials such as Buddha images, earthenwares, and pottery. Besides Prachin Buri the province has beautiful natural attractions, including waterfalls and river rapids that are alternatively quiet or exciting depending on the season and your preference of outdoor activity.

City of the Sacred Bodhi Tree, Sweet Bamboo Shoots, Tasty Fruits, and Ancient Remains of Dvaravati Towns.

Borders
North : Nakhon Ratchasima South : Chachoengsao
East : Sakaeo West : Nakhon Nayok
Distance
Distances to Other Provinces
Nakhon Nayok 29 km Rayong 186 km
Chachoengsao 76 km Nakhon Ratchasima 194 km
Sakaeo 98 km Chanthaburi 245 km

Distances from Mueang District to Other Districts
Ban Sang 20km Prachantakham 30 km
Si Mahosot 20 km Kabin Buri 60 km
Si Maha Phot 21 km Na Di 78 km
Festival & Events
Bang Fai Procession
When: May or June
Where: Wat Maha Pho, Sri Mahosot District
Normally organized on Visakha Bucha Day at Wat Maha Pho, Sri Mahosot, this spectacular procession is being held to celebrate Bang Fai or the northeastern rocket.
Makha Purami Sri Prachin Festival
Makha Purami Sri Prachin Festival
Makha Purami Sri Prachin Festival
When: February or March
Where: Sa Morakot, Sri Mahosot District
The festival is held annually on Makha Bucha day at Sa Morakot, Sri Mahosot District. Some religious ceremonies were held for the celebration of the biggest and oldest pair of Tha Lord Buddha’s footprints
Prachin Buri Agricultural Products Fair
When: May or June
Where: Mueang Prachin Buri
You will see the market of fruits, vegetables, plants, agricultural products and OTOP products. Let's see quality fruit, giant fruit, longest vegetable, flower garden contest and also beautiful farmer contest. Besides, there are agriculture decorated car parade and demonstration activities.
Prachin Buri Long Boat Races
When: September
Where: Bang Pakong River, in front of the Mueang District
This boat race is held annually during September, at Bang Pakong River, in front of the Mueang District. There are both traditional long and local boats competing to win Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn's Cup.