Ang Thong
About Ang Thong

Ang Thong is a small province through which the Chao Phraya and Noi Rivers flow.
Ang Thong is mostly flat, containing neither mountains nor forests, and consists primarily of agricultural land. Ang Thong receives much rain during the rainy season and the two rivers and their subsidiary canals (klongs) provide enough water to the sandy soil to produces abundant rice crops. Ang Thong is only 108 kilometers from Bangkok and is an area of historical importance for its contributions to Thai art and mythology. There are a number of historical attractions in Ang Thong, including many fine temples, and there are opportunities to see unique handicrafts produced in several local villages.

How to go
The Transportation Co., Ltd. provides daily bus services between Bangkok and Ang Thong. There are both air-conditioned and non air-conditioned buses leaving from the Northern Terminal Bus Station (Mo Chit 2) on Kamphaeng Phet II Road. For more information, please contact 0 2537 8055, 0 2936 2852-66, 0 2936 3603
The Bangkok Railway Station (Hua Lumphong) is the major terminal where daily trains leave for Ayutthaya and on to Chiang Mai. To get to Ang Thong, one can take a train to Ayutthaya and then take a short bus ride to Ang Thong.

Wat Ton Son

Wat Ton Son