Tham Narai or Tham Khao Wong It is a cave containing stalagmites and stalactites
as well as ancient Mon scripts at the entrance of the cave.
Phra Tamnak Thai Phikun, the Ancient Palace In the present, there are no remains
left of the actual palace. Only the royal elephant mounting platform and the surrounding
wall is left.
Tham Phrathat Charoen Tham or Tham Bo Pla The cave is divided into three big rooms.
In the cave resides Luangpho Yai, a stucco Buddha image with black lacquer applied
and covered with gold leaf in the gesture of subduing Mara. It is from the Ayutthaya
Pha Sadet It is the cliff where King Rama V and the Queen resided when the Bangkok
– Nakhon Ratchasima railway was constructed in 1895. Both of them also inscribed
their royal initials, Cho Pho Ro and So Pho at the cliff.
Tham Phra Phothisat A base relief from the Dvaravati period can be found on the
cave wall, depicting the preaching Buddha as well as Hindu gods. Outside the cave
are many trees of various kinds as well as the royal initials, Cho Pho Ro, inscribed
by King Rama V when he visited the waterfall. It consists of Tham Thammathat, Tham
Lumphini, a stone garden and Tham Sa-ngat Chedi.
Khao Phra Phutthabat Noi features undulating steep limestone mountains comprising
of many pointed summits. Inside lies a replica of the Buddha’s footprint, around
1 cubit wide and 3 cubits long imprinted deep into the ground.
Phra Bowon Ratchawang Si Tha The compound of this residence was very large, covering
an area of about 150 rai. There remains the lotus base for a wooden house made of
brick and cement. There is an area of around 4 rai left which the Kamnan - village
headman, Mr. Suphat Ritthichampha, has reserved as a public area.
Ban Dong Nam Bo Archaeological Site It is a cemetery where burial ceremonies were
conducted and an archaeological site of the Pa Sak River culture. Also, iron and
stone tools, jewellery, bangles and beads, aged about 2,000 years, were discovered.
Saraburi province, Interesting places to spend a day trip to