Kaow Hong Market

Pu Toei National Park is located at Ban Huay Hin Kum, Wang Yang, Dan Chang district, Suphan Buri province. This is the only national park in Suphan Buri, covering the area of Ong Pra, Huy Kamin, Nikom Grasiew, Wang Yaow and Dan Chang district in total about 198,422 rai. Read more

Koom Koon Paen is used to call the house of the rich people in Ayudhya reign. It is a kind of Thai house style built to match with the environment in Thailand. Read more

Indulge you stomach and your mind by exploring this ancient market in Samchuk district. The atmosphere of the old Thai ways of life still awaits your visit. Nowadays, Samchuk market is not only a tourist attraction with stories to tell, but also the link between Suphanburi from the past to the present. Read more

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According to the Khun Chang-Khun Phaen literature, Pa Lelai Temple became a significant place of worship of Suphan Buri Province. Because what has been written about it, the temple has become very popular. Read more

Supan buri is a province that is not so far from Bangkok. The area is known for its mountains, rivers and many tourists attractions especially Bueng Chwak Aquarium where tourists can see many different kinds of fish. Read more

Supan buri is a province that is not so far from Bangkok. The area is known for its mountains, rivers and many tourists attractions especially Bueng Chwak Aquarium where tourists can see many different kinds of fish.

The 100-year-old Kaow Hong market, still preserving the old style of living, is not as crowded as in the past but it is assured that tourists can get a feeling of a traditional Thai market atmosphere here. Visitors should get the brochure to read about the overview of this market. As well as delicious foods, hardware and clothing tourists can see many old appliances such as radios, scales and many others.

Also, do not forget to stop at the surveillance tower that was built so the community could prevent attacks or catch criminals more easily. It was built in 1934 and is considered a local landmark. This tower used to be open for visitors but nowadays it is prohibited since there are worries about safety.

Kaow Hong Market at M.2, Tambol Bangplama, Amphur Bangplama, Supan Buri is open daily from 8am to 6pm.