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Dream World Amusement Park  ( see separate article on Dream World in the A to E Items ) It is situated in Tambon Bueng Yitho, Km. 7 on the Rangsit – Nakhon Nayok route, Khlong Sam. Take air-conditioned bus No. 538 (Victory Monument – Rajamangala University of Technology) or take a bus of the BMTA to Rangsit, continue with any bus to Rajamangala University of Technology and get off at Dream World.

Dream World is an amusement park and a relaxing venue where various kinds of

entertainment are put together in an area of more than 160 rai. It comprises four lands,

designed to be different places of happiness and fun;  Dream World Plaza, a

land full of beautiful and elegant architecture on both sides, Dream Garden, a nice

garden in a relaxing atmosphere around a giant lake and where there is a cable car

to see the panoramic view from the sky, Fantasy Land, a fairyland comprising a

castle of the Sleeping Beauty, Bread House and Giant’s House, Adventure Land,

an adventurous and challenging area, comprising Space Train, Viking Ship, Snow

Town, etc.

Entrance fee is 450 Baht. It is open on Monday – Friday

from 10 a.m. to 5.00 p.m., and Saturday – Sunday, including public holidays from

10.00 a.m. – 7.00 p.m., Tel. 0 2533 1152  0 2533 1152 or web site: http://www.dreamworld-th.com.

Talat Thai is Thailand's largest, international standard wholesale and retail market for food products

and all agricultural produces including fruits, vegetables, cut flowers and pot plants. It is located on

200 acres of land in Tambon Rangsit, Amphoe Thanyaburi on Bangkok's outskirts and can be

accessible by Phahonyothin Road.

City Pillar Shrine  This is located in the compound of the City Hall. It was constructed in 1977 as a four-gabled pavilion housing the city pillar and statues of the gods Narai and Vishnu. On one side is enshrined a Buddha image of the Sukhothai style in the attitude of Subduing Evil.

Wat Song Phi Nong is located in Tambon Ban Ngio, on the bank of the Chao Phraya River above Wat Phai Lom. It was constructed in 1867. There are two sacred Buddha images residing on the bank of the river which are Luangpho Phet, a laterite Buddha image in the subduing Mara posture reflecting the U Thong art and Luangpho Phloi, a carved stone one, also presenting U Thong art. The latter was stolen. Therefore, it was rebuilt by the temple and has been respected among the boatmen and the public.

Pathum Thani Province Page 8,Chokchai Museum