Sing Buri is an interesting town of 142 kms.
north of Bangkok and was probably founded in pre-historical period.
In the reign of King Rama V through consolidation of 3 small towns
located on the bank of The Chao Phraya River north of Ang Thong.
The three small towns, Sing Buri, In Buri and Phrom Buri, were then
established as a new town on the west of the Chao Phraya River named
as Sing buri. Sing Buri currently occupies an area of 841.40 square
kilometers and is administratively divided into 6 districts, Muang
Sing Buri, In Buri, Bang Rachan, Khai Bang Rachan, Phrom Buri and
||: Chainat and Nakhon Sawan
||: Ang Thong
||: Chainat and Suphan Buri
|Distances to Other Provinces
|Khai Bang Rachan
Festivals & Events
Khai Bang Rachan Hero Day
Is usually held between February 4-6 at the Khai Bang Rachan Park. Activities include homage
rituals to pay homage to the sculpture of Phra Achan Thammachot, historical about the heroes
of Bang Rachan accompanied by Light and Sound Presentation,
together with local entertainment and exhibition of Sing Buri's products.
Sing Buri Fish-Eating and Red Cross Fair
Being close to many natural water ways, Sing Buri is well known for abundant fish particularly the Mae La catfish.
The province is also where the Khrua Hua Pa recipe originated. The fair features some of Song Buris
best culinary creation, usually held in late December each year.
Traditional Boat Race
Is held yearly in September on the Chao Phraya River in front of the old town hall.
This exciting and colourful event attracts entries from many provinces viewing for the Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn Trophy.