Ratchaburi

RATCHABURI

Beautiful Land & People

Ratchaburi, or the “Land of the King”, is a place of rich cultural heritage, historical sites and beautiful landscapes. Tourists, from all over the country and across borders, come to experience the authentic Thai culture. The province has many famous attractions which include Damnoen Saduak Floating Market, numerous ancient Buddhist temples and the Kao Chan “nine-level” waterfall. Meeting & incentives organizers are able to work and plan functions here.

FAST FACTS

REGION

Central

POPULATION

869,823 people (Male: 424,280 people, Female: 445,543 people)

HOW TO GET THERE

Bangkok’s Southern Bus Terminal, Hua Lumphong Railway Station and Highway 4 (Petchakasem Road) are your starting point to get to beautiful Ratchaburi.

ACTIVITIES

Golfing, Hot Spring, Floating Market, Seeing people’s way of life and nature along the river, Kayaking, Spelunking

TOURIST HOTSPOTS

Damnoen Saduak Floating Market, Landa Orchid Farm, Nang Yai Wat Khanon National Museum, Ratchaburi National Museum, Bo Khlueng Hot Stream, Jipathaphan Ban Khu Bua, Chom Phon Cave, Pong Krating Hot Spring, Alpaca Hill Suan Pueng,  Suan Phueng Floating Market, Veneto, Pavothai Museum or Local Wisdom Park, Khao Krajom, Pong Yoop

INTERESTING INFO

Due to sedimentation from the Mae Khlong River, one-time coastal town Ratchaburi is now 30 km. inland from the Gulf of Thailand. The 2,000 year old settlement still remains an important commercial center.