Suphanburi Attractions, Attractions in Suphanburi, what to do in Suphanburi, Suphanburi Sightseeing

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Historic Sites
Ancient Town Walls and Gate
Location : Mueang District
Ancient Town Walls and Gate still remain in sight between Wat Pa Lelai and the City Pillar Shrin which located at Rua Yai Sub-district (Ban Khun Chang) on the west side of Suphan Buri River. King Rama V described the town wall of Suphan Buri in his journal when travelling to Makamtao River that “Suphan Buri city’s wall is divided into two sides like Phitsanulok city with 25 lines and 6 was wide outside the sconce.” As for the town gate located at Malaiman road near the old wall, it was reconstructed where the old town gate presumably used to be located following Fine Arts Department.

The strong wall on the west side has two stories with dam constructed on the outside. The ground and the inside wall is 3,500 meters long with 1,000 meters wide reaching the river. There is no wall on the east side because it has been demolished during the great emperor after the war in 1948. He believed that the enemies would use this wall as a camping site against Ayudhya people. The wall in front of the major cities including Suphan Buri, Lopburi and Nakhon Nayok then was demolished.

The old town of Suphan Buri still remains its ancient condition. From the aerial photograph, the city surrounded by ditches and city wall in rectangular shape in the west of Suphan Buri River is believed to have an area covering both sides of the river. It is considered the independent city during Sukhothai period. Later, when Ayudhya was named as the capital city, this city was then governed by royal family. The period in which the town or the wall made from bricks with pillars were constructed is yet unknown.
The Four Red Ponds
Location : Mueang District
The Four Red Ponds
The Four Red Ponds
The Four Red Ponds are sacred ponds have 4 ponds located separate which Sa Kha, Sa Yomana, and Sa Ket located on the same road but Sa Kaeo located opposite sides of the road. The water in all four ponds is believed to be sacred since in the old time as it was used in consecrated water ritual and the purification bath for the king. At first, only 4 sacred ponds were found: Kaeo pond, Ka pond, Yom Ma Na pond and Gade pond. However, later two more were found and named Um ma rit 1 and Um ma rit 2. Fine Arts department of Thailand has already registered all the ponds as historical site.

How to get there: The Four Red Ponds is located on Don Chedi - Suphan Buri Road, in the vicinity of Mueang District about 14 kilometers from the township area.
Bueng Nong Sarai
Location : Don Chedi District
Bueng Nong Sarai is a large natural lake about 29 rai which in past it is important place in Thai history because it ever to be the place for the elephant battle between King Naresuan and King of Myanmar. King Naresuan stopped the troop here because there is enough water for hundred thousand soldiers, elephants and horses. Moreover, the location is high and far away from the enemy.

Bung Nong Sarai is a perfect place for people who are interested in Thai history especially the period of the elephant battle between King Naresuan and King of Myanmar. People can feel the atmosphere of the place where the elephant battle occurred. Moreover, it is a good place for students who study about this in the book. They can come to see the real place.

How to get there: Bueng Nong Sarai is located approximate 40 kilometers from Mueang District, take the highway number 3038 about 3 kilometers and then, you will see the site.
Opening Hours : Daily from 09.00 am. - 05.00 pm.
Contact : Tel. 0 3554 5466
Religious Site
Suphanburi City Pillar Shrine
Location : Mueang District
Suphan Buri City Pillar Shrine, previously known as “City’s Guardian Shrine,” is a sacred placed worshiped by people in Suphan Buri since ancient time. Originally it was built in Thai style architecture but later altered to a Chinese pavilion design. The shrine houses statues of the god Vishnu carved out of green stone. And every year on full moon day in the 7th lunar month, Chinese associations will hold a Mahayana festival called “Ting Kra Jad”, in which they will distribute things to people in order to make merits for their deceased relatives.
Opening Hours : Daily from 08.00 am. - 05.00 pm.
Monument
Don Chedi Monument
Location : Mueang District
Don Chedi Monument
Don Chedi Monument
Don Chedi Monument comprises two sites dedicated to King Naresuan the Great’s victory over Burmese forces. It is now traditional to celebrate Royal Thai Army day on January 25 at the monument. Approximately 100 meters away, people also flock to worship the statues of King Naresuan the Great and his elder sister Phra Suphankanlaya in a shrine in the compound.

One is a royal monument erected in honor of the Siamese victory, whilst the other is a pagoda, or Chedi, enshrining relics. It is chronicled that in 1592, King Naresuan the Great defeated Phra Maha Upparacha, leader of the Burmese army, in a fierce royal duel on elephant-back. As a result, Siam regained its sovereignty and freed itself from the Burmese occupiers.

The Royal Thai Army renovated the pagoda in 1952 and built a new pagoda over the ancient one. The new pagoda is 66 meters high and 36 meters wide. His Majesty the King presided over the worshipping and opening ceremony on 25 January 1959.

How to get there: Don Chedi Monument is located in Don Chedi Sub-District, on Highway 322, 31 kilometers from downtown Suphan Buri.
Museums
Dragon Descendants Museum
Dragon Descendants Museum
Dragon Descendants Museum
Location : Mueang District
Dragon Descendants Museum was established to celebrate 20 years of Thailand – China diplomatic relations in 1996 which the museum is situated in Suphanburi City Pillar Shrine area.The museum also provides various facilities such as cinema, lockers, book center, and souvenir shop. Visitors will get knowledge and recreation at the same time. Also important virtues of Chinese people for daily life are implied in the exhibition.

Dragon Descendants Museum was designed to present the history of 5000-year Chinese civilization that is accepted to be one of the world’s oldest and most important civilization in the form of a dragon, the well-known sacred animal.

The Chinese history exhibition room was divided into 18 rooms including the story of world creation, dynasty order from Huang Di Dynasty to Ching Dynasty which is the last dynasty, government transformation that Dr. Sun Yat-Sen seized the power from the emperor and established democracy, the seizing power period between Chiang Kai-Shek, the leader of democracy and Mao Tse-Tung, the leader of coomunist, and the establishment of the Republic of China.

In the exhibition room, there is also the history of Chinese-Thai people. The content consists of important incidents in history, biographies of important people, philosophy, local wisdom, and important inventions of Chinese ancestors via interesting media. The exhibition in the dragon consists of modern media such as movies, sound system controlled by computer, light and sound, and models.

How to get there: Dragon Descendants Museum is situated in Suphan Buri City Pillar Shrine area.
Opening Hours : Mon - Fri from 10.00 am. - 04.00 pm.
  Sat - Sun from 09.00 am. - 05.00 pm.
Admission : Thai - Adults 299 Baht, Children 149 Baht
  Foreigner - Adults 499 Baht, Children 299 Baht (Price are subject to change)
Contact : Tel. 0 3553 5330
Suphanburi National Museum
Location : Mueang District
Suphanburi National Museum
Suphanburi National Museum
Suphan Buri National Museum houses collection important historical evidence of Suphan Buri town since ancient times. Exhibitions feature the development of the town from the pre-historic era, through Dvaravati, Lop Buri, Ayutthaya, and Rattanakosin eras. The museum also has exhibits on the province’s ethnic groups as well as important Thai figures. Treasured votive tablets from different temples and popular folk songs are also on display at the museum.

How to get there: The museum is located on Highway 340 in the compound belonging to the Western Art and Cultural Center, Suphan Buri.
Opening Hours : Wed - Sun and public holidays from 09.00 am. - 04.00 pm.
Admission : 20 Baht for Thai citizens and 100 Baht for foreigners (Price are subject to change)
Contact : Tel. 0 3553 5330
Thai Rice Farmers National Museum
Location : Mueang District
Thai Rice Farmers National Museum is exhibition for who interesting in Thai rice farming. The museum building is a blend of a traditional Thai house and farmer’s granary. The ground floor exhibition features the history of rice farming, equipment, farmer’s life, and rice-related topics from the past. Interesting evidence include potsherds found at Ban Bang Pun, Phihan Daeng Sub-district, Mueang District, Suphan Buri, which may prove the existence of the Royal Ploughing Ceremony during the Ayutthaya Period. A library for researching about the exhibits is available. The first floor is an exhibition of the role of Thai kings and their royal patronage from the past till the present in supporting and developing rice farming. A photo gallery features significant events in Suphan Buri when the Crown Prince visited demonstration of padding fields at Bueng Phai Khaek, Don Pho Thong Sub-district in Mueang District in 1986. The Crown Prince made compost, sowed grain, and harvested the produce by himself. The equipment used during the events is displayed.
Opening Hours : Wed - Sun from 09.00 am. - 04.00 pm.
Contact : Tel. 0 3552 2191
Puhangnak
Location : U Thong District
This is the ancient natural stone park which is more than 10,000 million years old. Puhangnak or U Thong Tawaravadee Buddhist Site Stone Park is generated by lava that was eroded by sunlight, wind and rain. After the erosion, the lava changed into several unique shapes depending on your imagination such as Queen of Nagas, three-head elephant, turtle, whale, monkey etc. Nowadays Puhangnak is a part of Phu Muang forest park and there is nature trail for learning about the ancient natural rock garden with distance is more than 5 kilometers. This trail is start from Pu Hang temple stay to Wat Tum Suo. Along nature trail the tourist will see beautiful stones, Luang Pu Yai Cave which people can come here and pray for their good luck and you can see the sunlight at the top of Luang Pu also.
Opening Hours : Daily from 09.00 am. - 05.00 pm.
Contact : Tel. 08 1192 6378
U-Thong National Museum
Location : U Thong District
U-Thong National Museum
U-Thong National Museum
U Thong National Museum exhibits archaeological evidence and art objects from different periods found in Suphan Buri. The museum included 3 building followings topics:
Building No. 1: houses the permanent exhibition about U Thong City and Dvaravati culture. It consists of two exhibition rooms “U Thong Ancestors” and “Glorious U Thong of Dvaravati.”

Building No. 2: showcases the permanent exhibition about Suvarnabhumi (the Golden Kingdom), historical progress of U Thong City, maritime trade route and U Thong City as the center of Buddhism. This building separate two zone by zone one is exhibition houses the “Historical Progress of the Land of Suvarnabhumi” and zone two is exhibition houses the “Suvarnabhumi: Trade of the Ancient World” exhibition.

Building No.3: Lao Song House is the unique home structure found among the Tai Song Dam or Lao Song people, a significant ethnic group living in U Thong District, Mueang District, Song Phi Nong District and Bang Pla Ma District in Suphan Buri Province.

How to get there: The museum is located on Malai Maen Road, next to U Thong District Office and U Thong Sueksalai School.
Opening Hours : Wed - Sun and public holidays from 09.00 am. - 04.00 pm.
Admission : 30 Baht for Thai citizens and 150 Baht for foreigners (Price are subject to change)
Contact : Tel. 0 3555 1021
Wat Punamron Community Museum
Location : Dan Chang District
Wat Punamron Community Museum
Wat Punamron Community Museum
Wat Punamron Community Museum is located in Punamron Temple, Dan Chang District. The Museum first welcomed its visitors on 19 October 2012. Its exhibition features the long history of Dan Chang District covering also the architecture, and the ethnic groups. Historical and archeological evidence found in Dan Chang District indicated that there had been an ancient Neolithic settlement in the area, around 4,000 years ago. The exhibition items are grouped as follows:

1. Polished stone tools and stone blades - they are some highlights among the exhibits. According to some archeologists, they were typical tools found in great numbers only in Dan Chang and not anywhere else. So this area is believed to have been the production source of this type of stone tools, which were probably traded as goods to outsiders too.

2. Pottery - there are pre-historic pots as well as those very hard ones with painted patterns manufactured locally or imported from China and neighboring countries in the modern time (around the Ayutthaya period). These artifacts were excavated in graveyards in the mountain area and the inhabited area near the smelting sources.

3. Bronze tools - they were brought in presumably from Vietnam during the Don Son culture of the Bronze Age 3,000 years ago. The highlight piece is a bronze bell with human faces on it. This bell is displayed in the first showcase near the museum entrance.

4. Iron tools from the Ayutthaya period - they were discovered in smelting areas near Ban Pong Khom.

5. Clothes and ornaments (beads and silver) - they were from the ethnic groups in Dan Chang District.
Opening Hours : Daily from 09.00 am. - 04.00 pm.
Contact : Tel. 08 7902 7308
Markets
Kaohong Market
Location : Bang Pla Ma District
Kaohong Market
Kaohong Market
Kaohong is ancient market with over 100 years of history located near Tha Chin River. This market was once a bustling river market but when waterborne communication and transportation ceased to principally be part of the major trade route, the market consequently began to be slowly dying out. Today, wooden houses are constructed at both sides and the view of those old times can still be seen. Another highlight includes “Kaohong Market Museum” at the south of market near the tower. It is decorated with Chinese architectural style built in 1934. The buildings situated in this area include traditional pharmacy. They were developed these building into museum showing to the next generation. Kaohong Market offers a variety of delicious food including Pia desserts, Puffs, Kao Kriab pak Mor, coffee boats, traditional noodles topped with sauce, and other Thai traditional desserts like Chan Ub dessert. It is the center of traditional desserts of Suphan Buri province. The popular dessert of Kaohong Market is Pia as it is the biggest Pia dessert maker of the province.

How to get there: From Bangkok use 240 road (Bangbuathong-Suphan Buri) about 100 kilometers, then turn left at Bang Plama District (around Caltex gas station before turn into Bang Plama District for 100 meters) for another 4 kilometers.
Contact : Tel. 0 3558 7044
Sriprachan Market
Location : Si Prachan District
Sriprachan Market is over 100 years old and has retained its good-old-day elements to a point that it won the 2008 Tourism Award. Wooden structures here are indeed the market’s strong appeal. Today, it might not be as crowded compared to the past, still in on every Saturday, local people will offer set-up stores selling traditional food to tourists including duck noodles, noodles topped with sauce, crispy noodles, traditional coffees and other Thai and Chinese desserts like coconut milk custard in small porcelain cup, traditional crispy and sweet noodles, crispy rice and etc. there are also toy, postcard and farm product shop offering fresh vegetables and various types of mushroom to visitors in a cheap price.

How to get there: Follow the signs our of Bangkok towards Nonthaburi and travel on the 340 through to Suphan Buri, until you reach the food market which is signposted
Samchuk Market
Location : Samchuk District
Samchuk Market
Samchuk Market
Samchuk Market is ancient market over 100 years old with the atmosphere of the old Thai ways of life still awaits your visit. If you have a chance to walk along the narrow lanes of wooden houses and old buildings, imagine how these residential area and shopping arcade were like during their heyday. The ancient Chinese community has been a prominent trading area in Suphan Buri since the reign of King Rama V, and no matter how long the time goes by, everything stays the same as it used to be.

The great charm of Samchuk market includes not only the nostalgic atmosphere - for instance coffee shops, barbers, photo studios, or vintage zinc toys from childhood - but also the attachment and love towards this community. The local people work hand-in-hand to preserve the traditional way of life. Importantly, the fact that they have modified Samchuk market to a living museum and allow the young to explore their ancestors’ way of life is regarded as a praiseworthy achievement.

How to get there: The market is located on Highway 340, by Tha Chin River next to Sam Chuk District Office.
Opening Hours : Daily from 08.30 am. - 06.00 pm.
Contact : Tel. 0 3557 1571
Tha Chang Market
Location : Doem Bang Nang Buat District
This is old market and was once of the large centers trading in the north of Suphan Buri near Ta Chin River. The most Chinese people are shopkeepers. The goods include agricultural products like chillis, onions, garlics and rice and other appliances like soaps and bleaches. There is a rice mill located within the market area. People used to travel by boat where the port was located right in front of the market. Moreover, the market includes Ta Chang’s grocery store where many rare and ancient items are collected. It is the pleasure experience for antique collectors who know that past cannot be rewinded. It is one of the charming characters of this market.
National Park
Phu Toei National Park
Phu Toei National Park
Phu Toei National Park
Location : Mueang District
Phu Toei National Park is cover area Ong Phra Forest, Khao Phu Rakam Forest and Khao Huai Phlu Forest of Dan Chang District, Suphan Buri Province as well as Tham Khao Wong Forest Park of Ban Rai District, Uthai Thani Province. There is a highest mountain is “Tewada Mountain Peak” with 1,123 meters above sea level. The area is the source of rivers and has naturally Pinus merkusii Jungh Forest which is beautiful and suitable for recreation. Pu Teoi National Park consists of complicated and erected mountain range. The forest in this area is the source of streams such as Leklai Stream, Ongkode Stream, Ongpra Stream. The weather in this area is quite hot in early year and has heavy continuous rain all year round; especially in August to October, there is more amount of water in the waterfall.

How to get there:
By Car
1. Use national road number 340 (Bangbuathong - Suphan Buri) about 150 kilometers from Bangkok, turn left at a byroad to, and pass Dirmbangnangbuad District about 33 kilometers, turn right to national road number 733 to Danchang District for about 40 kilometers.

2. Use national road number 4 (Phetkasem Road) to Nakhon Pathom Province, turn right at a junction of three roads called Samyag Malaiman to national road number 321 for 70 kilometers to Uthong District, and use national road number 333 for 50 kilometers from Uthong District to Danchang District.

3. Use national road number 333 (Danchang-Baanrai), 15 kilometers from Danchange District, to enter a by road to Wangdin Village, go further 15 kilometers on tarmacadam road to Pakhid Village, and three kilometers on laterite road to Pu Teoi National Park Office.
Opening Hours : Daily from 08.30 am. - 04.30 pm.
Admission : 20 Baht for adults and 10 Baht for children (Price are subject to change)
Contact : Tel. 0 3544 6237
Natural Attractions
Phu Muang Forest Park
Location : U Thong District
Phu Muang Forest Park
Phu Muang Forest Park
Phu Muang Forest Park is located near city of Suphan Buri, cover an area about 700 acres, covered of mixed-type forests and bamboo forests. The tourist attraction include:

- Phu Muang Waterfall, a waterfall mentioned in one of the most well-known pieces of Thai literature “Khun Chang-Khun Phaen”, can also be found within park grounds. The five-tier cascade flows past the elephant enclosures and the laterite structure. In addition, lush forests on the mountain range of Khao Phra are home to various types of flora as well as stony fields, where woody cycads abound.

- Nature trail, the 1.5-kilometre trail leads you through forests packed with various kinds of trees such as Makha, bamboo, etc.

- Ancient elephant kraal, the earthen elephant kraals date back to 1,500 years ago. There are a total of three kraals covering an area of 10 rai (4 acres).

- Laterite Base of Draravati Building, the laterite foundation dates back to the Draravati period. It is presumed to have been a venue for royal rituals before catching wild elephants.

How to get there: Phu Muang Forest Park is located 40 kilometers from Mueang District. Take Highway 321 and continue onto Highway 3342 at Km 128-129. Drive for another 500 meters, the park entrance will be on the right.
Bueng Rahan
Location : Sam Chuk District
Bueng Rahan is large natural lake covering an area of 252 Rai and also there is water throughout all the year round. There is a road surrounding the lake along with restaurants and shelters where tourists can relax. If you have a chance to come to Sam Chuk and spend a night nearby, interesting activities you can do at Bueng Rahan are to walk or cycle around the lake and to meet local people in the early morning or when the sun is about to set in the evening.

How to get there: Bueng Rahan is located 34 kilometers from Suphan Buri City and about 100 meters from Suphan - Chainat (340) Road. At the intersection (if you turn left, you will go to Sam Chuk Market), turn right and go on for a little, Bueng Rahan is on your left.
Opening Hours : Daily from 05.00 am. - 06.00 pm.
Huay Krasiao Sand Beach
Location : Dan Chang District
Huay Krasiao Sand Beach is located on west of Krasiao Dam. This is the large beach but has a high level of safety and because water level is not too deep so tourists to come with small children can feel free to enjoy swimming in the stream. The sand of this place is orange-red, not white delicate sand like normal beaches near the sea, but the water is so clear that no one can resist being into the water and swimming. Besides, tourists can also see many big flying foxes which normally stay at the top of the trees in Huay Krasiao beach area. The stream is surrounded by big trees giving shades to visitors. Also there are lots of shops and food places selling things along the stream.
Opening Hours : Daily from 09.00 am. - 04.00 pm.
Krasiao Dam
Location : Dan Chang District
Krasiao Dam
Krasiao Dam
Krasiao dam is built on Krasiao Stream in Dan Chang Sub-district, with the maximum water storage of 240 million cubic meters, is also a major fish-breeding site. From the dam, tourists can enjoy a picturesque view of the vast reservoir stretching to Khao Phu Toei. The dam is longest earthen dam in Thailand with a length of 4.25 kilometers and height of 32.5 meters. Papaya Salad or Somtam and roasted chicken shops are available nearby the parking lot.
Paryai Cave (Naki Meenoi Hoiraya)
Location : Dan Chang District
Paryai cave has naturally beautiful stalagmites and stalactites which located near Pu Teoi National Park Office. The cave is in Tuti Mountain which has plenty of Dracaena loureiri Gagnep, Lecithidaceae and been the habitat of wild animals such as bear, king cobra, porcupine, wolf, wild boar, and a number of bats.

How to get there: Paryai cave located near Pu Teoi National Park Office and 30 kilometers from Danchang District.
Administered by : Phu Toei National Park
Pine Forest (Pinus merkusii Jungh Forest)
Location : Dan Chang District
Pine Forest are suitable for traveler to enjoy hiking and seeing beautiful floras which the area is panoramic scenery looks like a sea of mountains and has cold wind blow all the time. It is the plentiful pine forest has 1,376 of 200-300 year old, and three-five-meter-circumference Pinus merkusii Jungh Trees.

How to get there: Walking about seven kilometers from Parkhid Village and Putoey National Park Office, and passing the Lauda Shrine.
Pukrating Waterfall
Location : Dan Chang District
Pukrating Waterfall is a small beautiful waterfall with 9 tiers located in Klongleklai Village and near Wanghora Village which tourists can only to travel in rainy season. The entrance is a laterite road from Danchang District to Pukrating Waterfall and near Lamtapern Reservoir.
Administered by : Phu Toei National Park
Tapernkee Waterfall
Location : Dan Chang District
Tapernkee Waterfall
Tapernkee Waterfall
Tapernkee waterfall has water flow all year round and it is very beautiful waterfall which is located not far from Tapernkee Village. The waterfall is an unarmed and old Karen Village and close to Huaikhakang Wildlife Conservation. Looking from the waterfall, traveler can see Tewada Peak with 1,123 meters above sea level.

How to get there: Using a road from Tungmakok village to Parpark village, passing Phukrating waterfall and turning left to Tapernkee village.
Administered by : Phu Toei National Park
Tard Yai Waterfall
Location : Dan Chang District
Tard Yai Waterfall (Tard Waterfall) consists of many levels and it is a very peaceful place, and covered by moss and fern everywhere and so on the root of trees. Each waterfall levels is not deep so that traveler can enjoy playing water safely.

How to get there: At the junction of Lauda Shrine, going on foot to the opposite side of Pine Forest, in the productive forest full of trees and wild animals, along a stream to Kokchiang village, Huaikamin Sub-district, Danchang District, Suphan Buri Province for four kilometers.
Administered by : Phu Toei National Park
Weruwan Cave
Location : Dan Chang District
Weruwan cave houses a Buddha image in the Pa Lelai posture. In the temple compound, district official have set up a bamboo garden in honour of Their Majesties where over 10 bamboo species are grown. The cave is a middle cave size when electric lighting, tourists can enjoy exploring the cave and witness the beautiful formation of stalactites and stalagmites. Concrete stairs of 61 steps allow visitors to access the cave entrance easily.

How to get there: Weruwan cave is in the compound of Wat Wang Khan, 14 kilometers away from Dan Chang District, and 1 kilometer from the entrance of Phu Toei National Park.
Zoos & Amusement Parks
Bueng Chawak
Location : Doem Bang Nang Buat District
Bueng Chawak
Bueng Chawak
Bueng Chawak was originally a part of Tha Chin River. After a period of times, a part or the river branched off to form a crescent shaped lake that took up some areas of Doem Bang Nang Buat District, Suphan Buri province, and Hankha district, Chai Nat province. In 1994, the Suphan Buri Provincial Authority and H.E.Mr.Banharn Silpa-archa, the Prime Minister, and various sectors, public and private. Initiated the Bueng Chawak Chalerm Phra Kiet Development Project to celebrate His Majesty the King Bhumibol Adulyadej's on his 50th Year Accession to the Throne.

Around the lake are large, shady trees. Water lilies float on the lake. A large flock of migrating lesser whistling ducks flies in during the cool season from November to March, and departs again in April. There are a large variety of tourist sights here, including aquariums, a crocodile farm, a botanical garden, recreated lion and tiger dens, a rabbit island and a local OTOP handicrafts center. For day-trippers and campers, there are also campgrounds and picnicking locations.

How to get there: Bueng Chawak is approximately 64 kilometers from the town of Suphan Buri. To get there, follow the Taling Chan-Suphan Buri Road (Highway 340) to Doem Bang Nang Buat District. There are two access points. From the intersection before entering the town of Doem Bang Nang Buat, turn left to cross a bridge over the Tha Chin River. Go straight to a T-junction opposite the irrigational canal and turn right to follow the road parallel to the irrigation canal. Alternatively, take Highway 340. At Km 147, on the left-hand side, visitors will see the Wat Doem Bang Nang Buat School. Turn left to a small road next to the school to cross the river. Go straight and turn right at the T-junction to follow the road parallel to the irrigation canal. Once the bridge over the irrigation canal on the left-hand side is reached, turn left to cross the bridge.
Opening Hours : Mon - Fri from 08.00 am. - 04.30 pm.
  Sat - Sun from 08.00 am. - 06.00 pm.
Admission : 30 Baht for adults and 10 Baht for children (Price are subject to change)
Contact : Tel. 0 3543 0033
Other Attractions
Banharn - Jamsai Tower
Location : Mueang District
Banharn - Jamsai Tower
Banharn - Jamsai Tower
Banharn - Jamsai Tower is the first and highest viewpoint tower in Thailand, with 123 meters height you will enjoy bird’s eye view of the nearby Chaloem Phatthara Rachini Park and as well as the town. The tower included four viewpoint decks, telescopes, snacks and other amenities are available on the decks. In addition, the interior is decorated with murals featuring King Naresuan the Great.

How to get there: The tower is located in the downtown area on Nang Phim Road. Banharn - Jamsai Tower located near the Suphan Buri Agricultural Promotion and Development Center.
Opening Hours : Tue - Fri from 10.00 am. - 07.00 pm.
  Sat - Sun from 10.00 am. - 08.30 pm.
Admission : Before 06.00 pm. - Adults 30 Baht, Children 15 Baht
  After 06.00 pm. - Adults 40 Baht, Children 20 Baht
  (Price are subject to change)
Contact : Tel. 0 3552 4060-4
Lifestyle and Spirit of Thai Farmers Learning Center
Location : Mueang District
Lifestyle and Spirit of Thai Farmers Learning Center is related to rice and farmers, there is the opportunity to meet the farmers and get to know them very well. This shows us the problems and opportunities of farmers and is the seed from which this place grew. Operational cost are reduced and the product is improved for farmers, which can make them more successful. Moreover, this preserves the culture of their ancestors. All this will give visitors a better understanding of Thailand.
Opening Hours : Daily from 08.00 am. - 06.00 pm.
Admission : Free
Contact : Tel. 0 3544 6955
The Western National Theatre
Location : Mueang District
The Western National Theatre
The Western National Theatre
The Western National Theatre is established for promoting and supplying knowledge about local cultural performances, music and classical dances of western provinces. This place is cover an area 60 Rai, included 5 buildings are The Western National Theatre of Suphan Buri, The Western National Museum of Suphan Buri, The National Library of Suphan Buri, The National Archives of Suphan Buri and Suphan Buri College of Dramatic Arts. The public can enjoy regular performances by the College of Dramatic Arts in this 850 seated theatre on the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Saturday of each month.

How to get there: The Western National Theatre is located on 340 (Suphan Buri - Chainat) Road, about 3 kilometers from Suphan Buri City, you will see the theatre on the right side.
Contact : Tel. 0 3553 5116
Baan Kwai (Buffalo Village)
Location : Sri Phachan District
Baan Kwai (Buffalo Village) cover over 27 acres land, features the authentic rural lifestyle of farmers in Thailand’s central region. Watch the daily activities of farmers such as rice-threshing, and explore traditional Thai homes on stilts. Various areas feature different types of folk knowledge such as traditional Thai medicine, traditional Thai massage, indigenous herbs, and Thai astrology. Visitors can also enjoy half-hour buffalo shows throughout the day.

How to get there: The village is located on Suphan Buri - Chai Nat Road, Si Prachan District at km 115-116 of Highway 340.
Opening Hours : Daily from 09.00 am. - 06.00 pm.
Admission : Tickets for foreigners - Adults 150 Baht, Children 70 Baht (Price are subject to change)
Contact : Tel. 0 3558 1668
Agricultural Promotion and Development Center Suphanburi
Location : U Thong District
Agricultural Promotion and Development Center Suphan Buri was founder by Banharn Silpa-archa who was Prime Minister of Thailand from 1995 to 1996. The center aims to research and develop new plant species and conduct training courses for careers in agriculture, such as tissue culture. It is also a nursery, aiding in the propagation and breeding of many plant species. Seven computerized greenhouses are involved in producing and growing disease-free plants in tissue culture.

How to get there: From U Thong District, follow the U Thong-Dan Chang route for around 6 kilometers. Once the sugar mill is reached, turn left to cross the irrigation canal bridge and then turn right to go along a road parallel to the canal for around 10 kilometers. The center is situated on the left.
Opening Hours : Daily from 08.30 am. - 04.30 pm.
Contact : Tel. 0 3555 1399