Wat Chalo Established in the reign of King Borommakot of Ayutthaya period in the
form of argosy, the temple is famous for it's notably world’s biggest sworn-boat
Wat Pho Bang O This monastery dating back the Ayutthaya period has been restored
in the reign of King Rama III. Noted for its charming combination of Ayutthaya and
Wat Sak Noi is an abandoned temple around 700 metres from Wat Pho Bang O. There is
only the ruin of a more than 100-year-old Wiharn left.
Wat Phleng According to the edifice’s style, this monastery should have been established
in the reign of King Narai the Great of the Ayutthaya period. The ancient remains
of Wat Phleng that still can be observed are the enormous heart-shaped stones that
mark the boundary of the temple and the tiny belfry.
Wat Suan Kaeo is renowned for the Suan Kaeo Foundation for the social development
and the quality of living improvement of the impoverished persons such as Rom Pho
Kaeo Project, Nursing Home Project, Nursery Day Care Project as well as supermarket.
Wat Amphawan Established in the late Ayutthaya period, Wat Amphawan is famous for
the sacred scriptures hall surrounded by water, which represents the most perfect
Wat Seni Wong The monastery has been built uniquely with the combination of Thai-Chinese-Mon
architecture. Besides, Mon style has also been used when establishing Chedi Som Prathana
or ‘the wish came true Chedi’ enshrining the Lord Buddha’s relics.
Sai Noi Floating Market Travelling to the market by boat along a canal to see how
some ordinary Thai’s live.
Wat Sai Yai (Close to Sai Noi Municipal Office) 65 Ban Sai Yai, Sai Noi-Ton Chueak
Road, the monastery built in 1867 enshrines nowadays a golden Buddha image.
Bang Rak Noi Agricultural Centre An orchard of durians, mangosteen's, mangoes is
opened to public for visiting and tasting the delightful local fruits.
Nonthaburi Province and Interesting places to visit