Learn about the history of Phitsanulok province through a collection of antique items on display at the Sargeant Major Tawee Folk Museum. Items featured at the museum give MICE travellers a sense of the lives of locals in the past including earthenware, cooking items, traditional herbs, and medical devices.
Stop at The Vetala Village PHS for a healthy lunch made from fresh organic ingredients, grown and cooked by the restaurant. Enjoy outdoor lunch sitting outside in the shady atmosphere, surrounded by beautiful green rice fields, a location that is perfect for organising outdoor events.
Learn to make some of Phitsanulok’s delicacy called Ban Wat Chan food. Some of the province’s best-kept culinary secrets include fried chicken in sugar cane juice, spicy pork and desserts. Take a pottery workshop “Song Khwae Ceramics” and take your own home as a handmade souvenir.
Explore the old city of Phitsanulok through a 45-50 minutes tram ride. The tram route begins from Wat Yai before passing the clock tower, Chom Nan Chaloem Phra Kiat Park, and the Ekathotsarot Bridge.