Suphan Buri Province, places of Interest around the Province
Tiger and Lion Cages The cages house different kinds of the cat family such as lions,
tigers, clouded leopards, leopards, Indian leopard cat, as well as tiger cubs fed
by milk from pigs. Nearby are rare animals such as waterfowl, peacocks, pheasants,
zebra, camels, and ostriches.
Native Vegetable Garden The landscaped garden houses over 500 species of native
vegetables nationwide, including herbs, annuals and perennials. Attractions in the
compound include agricultural produce exhibition, agro-tourism centre, and nursery.
Lao Si-Lao Khrang Weaving Group The village is the last place in the province that
keeps the Lao Si-Lao Khrang textile pattern alive. Until now, the colourful woven
textiles of the last century have remained.
U Thong National Museum It exhibits archaeological evidence and art objects from
different periods found in Suphan Buri. Outside is a mock-up house in the style of
the Lao Song ethnic group featuring traditions, clothing, and tools.
Phu Muang Forest Park Phu Muang Forest Park acquires a total area of 1,725 rai
(690 acres), which is covered by mixed and bamboo forests. Its attractions include:
Nature trail The 1.5-kilometre trail leads you through forests packed with various
kinds of trees such as Makha, bamboo, etc.
Ancient elephant kraal The earthen elephant kraals date back to 1,500 years ago.
There are a total of three kraals covering an area of 10 rai (4 acres).
Laterite Base of Dvaravati Building The laterite foundation dates back to the Dvaravati
period. It is presumed to have been a venue for royal rituals before catching wild
Namtok Phu Muang This waterfall was mentioned in the literature Khun Chang -Khun
Phaen. With five tiers, it cascades by the elephant kraal and laterite foundation.
Lush forest on the mountain range, Khao Phra, has various kinds of tree and stony
field where cycads dot around.
Chaloem Phatthara Rachini Park The park houses many spots of interest; namely, Ex-Prime
Minister Banharn’s performance building, water park, Thai design garden, pigeon garden,
flower garden, child playground, dancing fountain, and an exercise area.
Freshwater Crocodile Pond Landscaped for a natural look, the pond houses 60 Siamese
crocodiles of 1.5-4.0 metres.