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Suphan Buri Province, places of Interest around the Province

Wat Khao Di Salak  It houses quite a special Buddha’s footprint, a bas-relief footprint carved out of red sandstone. Archaeologists presumed that the footprint is an art object of the Dvaravati style, dating back to 9th -11th century. Furthermore, Buddha images and artefacts were discovered from a rock cavity.

Biotechnological Pest Control Centre  The centre educates farmers about agricultural methods to control plant pests by natural resources rather than chemical treatment. The centre comprises a nursery for attacking insects, hydroponics plant house, and chemical.

Affinit Orchids  Located at Mu 9 Tambon Chorakhe Samphan, the orchid nursery grows orchids of different families for study and sale such as Dendrobium, Cattleya, Vanda.

Wat Phai Rong Wua  Around its compound are mock-up important venues of the Lord Buddha. Furthermore, there is the world’s largest cement Buddha image, the world’s largest bronze multi - spired building know as ‘Phra Wihan Roi Yot’ and Dharmmacakra or ‘Wheel of the Doctrine’ as well as other various things in huge size.

Wat Thap Kradan  The temple has a museum dedicated to a famous singer of Thai folk song, Phumphuang Duangchan. She spent her childhood around this temple. So, her belongings, equipment, photographs, and news clippings are displayed in this temple. An annual ceremony to commemorate her passing always attracts many people to the temple.

Tham Weruwan   

The cave is in the compound of Wat Wang Khan, 14 kilometres away from Amphoe Dan Chang, and

one kilometre from the entrance of Phu Toei National Park. Concrete stairs of 61 steps allow visitors

to access the cave entrance easily. With electric lighting, tourists can enjoy exploring the cave and

witness the beautiful formation of stalactites and stalagmites. The cave houses a Buddha image in the

Pa Lelai posture. In the temple compound, district official have set up a bamboo garden in honour of

Their Majesties where over 10 bamboo species are grown.

Phu Toei National Park The park acquires a total area of 198,422 rai (79,368.8 acres). The lush forest with a lot of flora and fauna is a major watershed of Suphan Buri and Kanchanaburi. The mountain range of Phu Toei is home of thousands of mountain pines and also the best viewing point. Attractions in the park can be divided into two groups, according to its units as follows: