#King Naresuan The Great Monument

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King Naresuan The Great Pagoda
Located at Mueang Ngai Village. The locals built the stupa to mark the stay of King Naresuan the Great before he led his troop to invade Angwa in Myanmar in 1604.

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King Naresuan The Great Shrine
It is located at the Noen Hom junction which is far from Prachin Buri to the north. Follow Highway No. 320 about 9 kilometers.

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King Naresuan the Great Shrine
It is the enshrining venue of King Naresuan the Great statue, constructed by the people of Wichian Buri to commemorate the king’s honour in leading the troops to fight against the Khmer in this city.

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Hat Chao Samran
This beach, which is located approximately 15 kilometers from Phetchaburi Market, has a history that can be traced back to the Ayutthaya Era. The name Hat Chao Samran meaning Royal Leisure Beach was derived as a result of several visits for...

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Chankasem National Museum
Chankasem Palace was built during the reign of King Maha Thammaraja, the 17th King of the Kingdom of Ayutthaya. During the reign of King Naresuan the Great the Palace became his permanent residence. Chankasem Palace, like the other palaces, was...