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- The Kamphaeng Phet historical park - town centre; is on R101 just 500m east of the River Ping bridge. Inside the old 16th century town walls are many impressive laterite ruins. This quiet and beautiful large park is well cared for with trees and grass areas. It is approximately 1km by 300m. Entrance is 100thb. It is a must see.Written 20 July 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- This old temple situated in Kamphaeng phet historic park. It good spend time bicycling around the park, no rush. Enjoy ancient temple, taking photos once in a life time.Written 11 December 2019This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Nice place to chill and relax.
Big surprise it was free.
Not many people around but a must see if you are in kamphaeng phetWritten 10 March 2018This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Not a big area but the uniqueness exists. It shows the beautiful buddha images on four sides differently: standing, reclining, sitting, walking.Written 22 May 2019
- Wat Phra Borommathat Chediyaram is located at 16.479555 N, 99.510370 E 16°28'46.4"N 99°30'37.3"E in the Nakhon Chum neighborhood. The gorgeous golden chedi was built in the mid 19th century from the ruins of an original 14th century shrine. It is quite beautiful at sunset. Take care to avoid the packs of dogs at the temple. We witnessed two vicious fights in ten minutes. We carried sticks home after this. Often we take out full size umbrellas to confuse angry dogs by opening and closing the canopy quickly while pointing it in their direction. Kind people in the neighborhood called dogs away from us a few times. The residential area has loudspeakers that play nice traditional music for several kilometers. It is a pleasant and friendly community.Written 25 October 2018
- when visiting the Kamphaeng Historic Park, it is well worth to drop by the small Museum, just around the corner from the central park site. there are some very nice exhibits. entry fee 100 B p.p.Written 19 February 2020
- This temple was about 50 mts from my guesthouse so I could visit daily. It is in a beautiful setting and besides containing a large library, it safeguards a lot of local treasureWritten 26 February 2017
- The difference between this Wat and others is the collection of seated Buddhas. A nice shot and an easy stop in the townWritten 26 December 2017
- Historically, Kamphaeng Phet was a big trading centre and local people keep the tradition alive, not least through the Banana Market, on the Asia Highway just south of the city. Roadside markets are common in Thailand but this one is different: it runs for almost a kilometre on each side of the highway. The market is named after the little, bright yellow, sweet bananas grown in Kamphaeng Phet called egg bananas (kluai khai) but there is much more on offer than bananas and banana plants - wooden furniture, baskets and other woven products, brooms (big and small), pork crackling, fruit and vegetable chips, sauces, preserves... the list goes on. The market is popular with people traveling between Bangkok and points north, especially on weekends. Many people use it to buy gifts (such as the freshly cooked chips or pork crackling) for friends, family or colleagues back home. An interesting way to get out and stretch your legs on a long tripWritten 20 July 2017