The Rose Garden (Suan Sampran)

Bang Luang market – an old market with a story to tell – is located in Bang Lane district, Nakhon Pathom. This is a traditional marketplace on Suphan Buri riverbank where local residents still live and trade here as when it first began hundreds of years ago. Nowadays, it remains vibrant and retains the atmosphere of a traditional market. Read more

Wat Pathom Chedi houses the biggest Chedi in Thailand. Read more

At Don Wai floating market, there is a Thai style cottage at the bank of the Ta Jeen River that still preserves the old style of living from the reign of King Mongkut. Read more

At Lumpaya floating market, the atmosphere of the riverbank lifestyle charms everyone who visits. Read more

Rose Garden is regarded as a heaven on earth because here in just one place, possibly includes everything one ever wants for holidays. There are eight Thai teak houses, a shooting gallery, an 18-hole golf course, lovely botanical gardens, and broad woodland. Read more

Rose Garden is regarded as a heaven on earth because here in just one place, possibly includes everything one ever wants for holidays. There are eight Thai teak houses, a shooting gallery, an 18-hole golf course, lovely botanical gardens, and broad woodland. A long list of activities awaits all visitors, such as paddling boats across the lake, watching Thai cultural shows, admiring lotus farms and an organic fruit and vegetable plantation. Do not miss the opportunity to try fresh coconut juice, freshly picked seasonal fruits, and a variety of herbal teas. The attraction opens on weekends (except national holidays). If staying at the Rose Garden resort, you can offer food to monks who row along the river every morning.

The Rose Garden is 32 kilometers along Petch Kasem Road, Nakhon Chaisri sub district, Nakhon Chaisri district, Nakhon Pathom.

Visit Sukjai market - an alternative marketplace for health and environment conscious consumers. It is considered a hub for top-grade organic vegetable and fruits.

It is also recommended to visit the authentic shop house bistro called Tik Pochana in Nakhon Chaisri district. The suggested dishes are crispy prawn rolls, fried snakehead fish with fish sauce, steamed seafood puddings, king prawns and a lot more. The locals say this bistro makes a very good job of even a simple dish like omelet.