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King Naresuan the Great Shrine  The shrine houses a standing statue of King Naresuan the Great to commemorate his camping at Prachin Buri on the way from Ayutthaya to Cambodia in 1589. People in Prachin Buri and nearby provinces normally come to pay respect.

Phrakhru Uthai Thammathari ( Seng Sukhito ) Museum  This museum houses prehistoric archaeological finds, various artefacts and art objects from neighbouring countries, as well as, reproduction of antiquities. There are about 900 pieces of these archaeological objects such as bronze bangles, pottery, ceramics, Buddha images in various positions, Thai coins, ancient coins from the neighbouring countries, spur disc supports, etc.

Yusuksuwan Museum  This museum houses everyday objects from the past. Many collector's items feature various pressure lanterns, coins, bank-notes, different types of cabinets like teak cabinets, dressing tables, and fans using kerosene. Another interesting item is the 70-year old lottery (Thailand's first issue).135 Prachintakam Road, Dongkilek, Amphoe Mueang, Prachinburi. Open daily during 09.00 - 17.00 h. Entrance Fee : Adult 150 Baht , Child 100 Baht. For more information call : 0 3746 5300, 0 3746 5333 Fax : 0 3721 1345

Wat Kaeo Phichit   Being the very first Dhammayutika

Buddhist temple in Prachin Buri,it was built in 1879 by

a Prachin Buri millionaire who was a  wife of Khun

Pramunphakdi. In 1918, Chaophya  Abhaibhubejhr

( Chum Aphaiwong ) constructed a new ordination

hall ( Phra Ubosot ) to replace the old dilapidated

one. The unique characteristic of this hall is the

combination between the Thai, Chinese, European,

and Cambodian art.

Prachin Buri Cultural Centre  This centre was built by Phra Prichakonlakan (Sam-ang Amattayakun) in the reign of King Rama V. Its architecture is a mixture of the Thai and western style. After having undergone renovation and been registered as an ancient monument by the Department of Fine Arts, it is currently the Prachin Buri Cultural and Red Cross Offices.

Prachin Buri National Museum  This archaeological museum displays artefacts discovered within the

eastern region and neighbouring provinces like Prachin Buri, Sa Kaeo, Nakhon Nayok,

Chachoengsao, Chon Buri, Chanthaburi, Trat, and Rayong. The museum mostly displays important

artefacts discovered from the ancient city of Mueang Si Mahosot.

Prachin Buri Province Page 3, Chakkraphong Dam and other places to see
Prachin Buri Province Page 2, Places to visit around the Province