Thai Human Imagery Museum - The museum displays life-like wax/fibreglass sculptures
of vivid detail. These breath-taking real-looking human figures of various characteristics
and also replicas of important people are displayed in many sections such as the
Great Buddhist Monks, former Kings of the Chakri Dynasty, and One Side of Thai Life:
Thai Chess, Thai Family, and Abolishing of Slavery, among others.
Wat Klang Bang Kaew - The temple houses a chapel, a vihara, and a principal Buddha
image, all of which are very old and assumed, archaeologically, to have been built
in the Ayutthaya period. There is a Phra Phuttha Vithinayok museum, exhibiting historical
remains, artefacts, as well as utensils of the late monks: Luang Poo Boon (Phra Phuttha
Vithinayok Boon Kanthachoti) and Luang Poo Perm (Phra Phuttha Vithinayok Perm Punyavasano).
Thai Farmers’ Lifestyle Museum - The house-cum- museum displays equipment, utensils,
and tools, used in rice farming. Also within the house compound is a handicraft-training
centre that trains townspeople to make various products from Water Hyacinth (Pak
Fish Sanctuary - The place is a natural fish sanctuary, which is the habitat of
various species of fish typical to the Tha Cheen River.
Wat Lampaya Floating Market ( see separate article on this under Floating Markets
) - The floating market was initiated by the Tambon Lampaya Cultural Council and
Lampaya temple. It is a centre of trade for fruits and vegetables as well as agricultural
Thai Soang village - The village is home to Thai Soang or Thai Soang Dum (Thai Soang
usually wear black dresses) or Lao Soang, who migrated from Ban Nong Prong, Amphoe
Khao Yoi, Petchaburi, who have a distinct culture and tradition of their own.
Herbal Grove, Wat Plug Mai Lai - An entrance to the temple can be seen on the left.
More than 500 kinds of herbs abound in the grove which covers an area of 92 Rais
(36.8 acres) and in a tranquil ambience.
Kasetsart University, Kamphaeng Saen Campus (Botanical Garden) - In the university
compound, there are number of projects to educate farmers and the general public
that include scaled-down projects such as an agricultural technology project, an
irrigation system initiated along with the Royal project, an Entomological Park where
various species of butterflies are housed, a pilot vegetable plantation plot, and
Suan Saen Palm (garden of a hundred thousand palms), which collects various kinds
of ornamental palms.
Ancient City of Kamphaeng Saen - this is an ancient town that is worth visiting.
It is used as a Boy Scout’s camp. The interesting attractions of Ancient City of
Kamphaeng Saen include unchanged ditches and earth dikes surrounding the ditches.
Places to see and visit around Nakhon Pathom Province