Nature Study Routes There are 3 overall. The first route is from the sightseeing
spot located 12 kilometres from the centre. The second route is from Sap Pa Wan Reservoir
to Hin Dat Waterfall. The third route is from Sap Pa Wan Reservoir to Namtok Chet
Khot Nuea, Klang and Tai. Other waterfalls found in the area and nearby are equally
splendid. Significant are the Namtok Khao Khaep, the Namtok Krok Fa Phanang and the
Namtok Sap Pa Wan.
Sekeikyuseikyo Thai Headquarters lies the tropical Miroku Botanic Garden. There
is also a pool, marble sculptures in various shapes, and a Japanese garden with a
beautiful landscape. On the other side of the project lies an organic demonstration
vegetable plot by using the Effective Micro organisms (EM) technology: a use of a
micro-organism to reduce pollution in the environment.
Rafting along the Pa Sak River The natural surroundings on both sides of the river
is beautiful. The mountains line up along the rafting route. At some parts stones
and cliffs can be seen with strange shapes, similar to animals.
Bencha Sutthi Khongkha refers to the sacred water from 1 of the 5 important rivers
that flows through Sao Hai District, which has been used in the Oath of Allegiance
Ceremony from the reign of King Rama IV until the present time. When the king travelled
by boat, he dropped by and took a bath at the Rat (Raja) Pier. The king was pleased
with the cool, deep-running and calm water and had the water in this area taken to
undergo an incantation ceremony at Wat Phra Phutthabat before being used in the coronation
ceremony, as well as, other royal rites in the palace. The sacred water was taken
from 5 rivers; namely, the Chao Phraya River (from Ang Thong), the Phetchaburi River
(from Phetchaburi), the Ratchaburi River (from Samut Sakhon), the Bang Pakong River
(from Nakhon Nayok) and the Pa Sak River (from Saraburi) and, therefore, originated
the name of Bencha Sutthi Khongkha or five pure rivers.
Tham Thep Nimit Than Thong Daeng It is a prehistoric archaeological site. Artefacts
of the late Neolithic period were discovered here.
Phai Tam Sub-district Bird Garden The garden covers an area of approximately 3
rai and is the residence of more than 17 species of birds. These birds always find
their food early in the morning and fly back to their nest at dust.
Saraburi Province, Thailand, Places to see and Visit