Prachin Buri
About Prachin Buri

City of the Sacred Bodhi Tree, Sweet Bamboo Shoots, Tasty Fruits, and
Ancient Remains of Dvaravati Towns

How to go
Regular and air-conditioned busses leave daily from Bangkok’s Northern Bus Terminal, Mo Chit 2. There are 2 routes:

1: Bangkok - Hin Kong - Nakhon Nayok - Prachin Buri by 1st class air-conditioned bus (Nos. 58 & 59) departing every 25 minutes from 05:00 to 21:00

2: Bangkok - Ongkarak - Nakhon Nayok - Prachin Buri by 1st class air-conditioned bus (No.920) departing 3 times a day at 05:00, 10:00, and 17:00 hrs.
For more details, call 0-2936-2852 - 66.
There is railway service from Bangkok’s Hua Lumphong Railway Station to Prachin Buri departing several times daily. For more details, contact the Travel Service Unit of the State Railway of Thailand at 1690, 0 2223 7010, or 0 2223 7020.

Wat Kaeo Phichit

The temple is located on the right coast of Bang Pakong River in Prachin Buri Municipal Area, 2 kilometres east to town. Being an old and major temple, the place was built in 1879 by a Prachin Buri millionaire. In 1918, Chao Phraya Abhaibhubate (Chum Aphaiwong) constructed a new chapel (ubosoth) which had an architectural design of mixed arts styles of Thai, Chinese, European, and Cambodian. The significant attractions are the Ramayana mural paintings on the exterior of the chapel, while the interior are ornated by the paintings of the legend in Buddhism by the royal artists of King Rama VI. In front of the chapel is a concrete building with the style of Greek or Roman dome. Moreover, within the compound, the temple also features a holy scriptures library, and 3- facet meeting hall (sala) at the pier with shaded atmosphere.

Wat Kaeo Phichit

Si Mahosot Ancient Town

Si Mahosot Ancient Towns Located at Ban Khok Wat, Tambon Khok Peep, these sites were constructed in the Davaravati Period, with oval shape, and the area of about 700 Rai. There are moats, earth walls, and more than 100 interesting ancient venues. Most of the archeological materials are related to Hinduism.

Si Mahosot Ancient Town

Chao Phraya Abhaibhubejhr Building

The building is located in Chao Phraya Abhai bhubate Hospital on Prachin Anuson Road. It was constructed by the budget of Chao Phraya Abphaibhubate in 1909 as a residence for King Rama V on his royal visit to Prachin Buri. Its architecture is a 2-storey Renaissance building with the front porch featuring a central dome. Floral design ornated the outside walls, doors and windows. The inside is decorated in a western style.

Chao Phraya Abhaibhubejhr Building