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ArticleExperiencing Phitsanulok 3 Days and 2 Nights
Phitsanulok is another off-the-beaten track province for tourists that hides more amazing things than other places
ArticleTop 4 Droolworthy Meals in Phetchabun
We recommend the coolest accommodation in Phetchabun where is guaranteed that you’ll immediately forget the weariness of work and very easy to travel.
See & DoPhitsanulok City Pillar
Phitsanulok province is a city that is prosperous in many ways and is an important tourist destination in Thailand. Phitsanulok province has been known as "Muang Song Khwae" because there are 2 rivers flowing through, namely Nan River and Kwai Noi...
See & DoWat Ratchakhiri Hiranyaram
Located at Baan Samo Klang, in Wang Thong District, the place is about 14 kilometers far from Phitsanulok city.
See & DoWat Saranat Thammaram
There is a beautiful Ubosod where the bone of Buddha is kept. The main Buddha statue is the replica of the Buddha of Wat Mahathat, Phitsanulok.
See & DoKhao Kho Sacrificial Monument (Information and Travel Videos)
It was built to honour the heroic deeds of the civilians, soldiers, policemen and those who sacrificed their lives in the fight to protect the connecting area of the 3 provinces; namely, Phitsanulok, Phetchabun and Loei during 1968-1982.
ArticlePhitsanulok: Your Gateway to Great Shopping
As the gateway to northern Thailand, you are always welcome to stop by Phitsanulok, whether you’re heading north from Bangkok or south from Chiang Mai
See & DoSukhothai Historical Park (Old Sukhothai City)
This is located in the Rama IV Park on the Sukhothai Phitsanulok route and can be reached by local bus from town. The museum displays a variety of fresh water fish mentioned in Thai literature. It is open daily except Tuesdays from 9 a.m. 5 p.m....