Wat Hua Khao The temple’s entrance is at kilometre 2 or 3, and then 212 steps lead
to the temple on the hill. To mark the end of Buddhist Lent, the temple always organise
a large merit-making ceremony on the 2nd day of the waning moon of the 11th lunar
Wat Doem Bang The temple houses precious wooden pulpit carved delicately in a mixed
Thai and Chinese style by a Chinese artisan. The temple also keeps oyster shell alms
bowl cover, ceremonial fan, and food carrier, which were presents from King Rama
V. There is also a beautiful bell tower and murals in the Ubosot here.
Wat Khwang Weruwan The temple houses a 400 year-old Buddha image from the Dvaravati
Wat Khao Phra Si Sanphetchayaram or Wat Khao Phra It is presumed that this hilltop
temple was founded since the Dvaravati period as a lot of archaeological evidence
has been found. On the hill, a ruin of a pagoda from the Ayutthaya period is found
together with the Buddha’s footprint carved from stone.
Lauda Shrine It was built to commemorate the 223 passengers of Lauda Air Flight
004 who died when the plane crashed on 26 May 1991.
National Museum, Suphan Buri Exhibitions feature development of the town from the
pre-historical, through Dvaravati, Lop Buri, Ayutthaya, and Rattanakosin periods.
The museum also displays ethnic groups in the province, important persons, famous
votire tablets from different temples, and songs of different famous folk singers.
National Museum of Thai Rice Farmers Located on Phra Phanwasa Rd, in the compound
of Mueang Suphan Buri District Office, the museum building is a blend of a traditional
Thai house and farmer’s granary.
Banharn-Jamsai Tower Located in the downtown area on Nang Phim Road, this country's
first and highest
view point tower overlooking Chaloem Phatthara Rachini Park allows tourists to enjoy
a bird's eye view
over the province at a height of 123.25 metres. The tower has four view point decks,
including ticketing and
souvenirs, snack bar and park view souvenir and downtown viewpoint decks, and
the fourth panoramic
viewpoint deck is at a height of 78.75 metres. Telescopes are available on the
decks. The interior is
decorated with murals featuring King Naresuan the Great.
Suphan Buri Province, places of Interest around the Province