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Saraburi Located in the boundary between the central and northeast Is a province with important tourism resources Both Buddhism A lot of history, traditions and natural attractions

Buddha Temple
Let's start at the Buddha Temple. Which is located at the foot of the Pathawee hill (Patthawee), Nong Pla Lai Sub-district Enter the same way as Sam Lan Waterfall National Park. Is a Buddha image or Buddha image On a stone slab on the ridge There is a mondop covering There is a staircase from the bottom of the temple area up to the mandapa. And continued on to the cliffs that were above the mop In addition, there are prehistoric lines of paintings at the foot of the cliff, including deer-like animal images. Next to the door to the Buddha image Find pictures of people hands and symbols The area from the Hermit Cave to the west of the Buddha Found a picture of a chicken Buddha image And symbols In the cliff area, the large complexes are found. Like a prehistoric painting that had been discovered at Pha Taem Ubon Ratchathani Written with rubber wood, aged about 3,000 years old, by writing symbols to convey meaning in the same group And may be a ritual media And the beliefs of the people of that erae

Krok I Dok Waterfall
Krok I Dok Waterfall Located in the care area of the Seventh Kot-Pong Kon Sao Nature Study Center With a total height of about 350, divided into 3 floors, which tourists can see at the bottom floor only Because the way up is quite steep and very dangerous But is suitable for adventurers who prefer hiking tourism Because they will have the opportunity to learn the nature in the deep forest And take the journey to the top not less than 4 hours. The image is natural. By walking through the forest through many streams

Pasak Jolasid
Pa Sak Cholasit Dam is located at Ban Nong Bua, Phatthana Nikhom District. Lopburi Is one of the tourist attractions in Thailand Which has been selected as one of the Unseen Thailand, which was built according to the Royal Development Project of the Pasak River Basin due to the royal initiative According to the royal initiative of His Majesty the King To prevent flooding problems It took 5 years to build between 1994-1999 and His Majesty the King. Has graciously given the name of this dam that "Pasak Chonlasit Dam" means "Pa Sak River Dam, which effectively stores water" is the longest soil dam in Thailand. The length is about 4,860 meters.

Jed Sao Noi fall
Jed Sao Noi fall Is part of Muak Lek Creek There is an upstream from the fertile forest in Khao Yai National Park. Muak Lek Canal is a canal that has water flowing all year round, giving birth to a low-level waterfall in the Chet Sao Noi National Park area. There are 7 floors, each floor is about 1-4 meters high. Many shallow waters that tourists can swim in Which the most beautiful range of waterfalls will be from November to April Because there is clear water and still safe for water players Because the water is not as turbulent as in May-October Most tourists prefer playing waterfalls on the 1st - 4th floor.

Sam Lan Waterfall National Park
Sam Lan Waterfall National Park, formerly known as Phra Phuttha Chai National Park or Khao Sam Lan National Park There are areas covering 4 districts: Mueang, Kaeng Khoi, Nong Khae and Wihan Daeng, with an area of approximately 44 square kilometers or 27,856 rai, declared as a national park on June 2, 1981. Within the park, there is a large mountain. There are plains in the valley The highest peak is Khao Khrok, about 329 meters high. It is the highest point of view, overlooking the beautiful landscape around the city of Saraburi. And the nearby districts clearly In World War II, Japanese soldiers used to be able to see the movement of opponents. The area is still naturally rich. There are many species of wild animals found. Around October - January It is a cold weather, suitable for traveling to travel.

Muak Lek Arboretum
Muak Lek Arboretum Located about 37 kilometers away from Saraburi along Friendship Road. The left-hand entrance opposite the shop selling products of the Dairy Promotion Organization of Thailand (DPO). This arboretum has an area of 375 rai covering the area between Muaklek Saraburi With Pak Chong District Nakhon Ratchasima There are streams that come from the watershed in Khao Yai National Park. Flowing through the Pa Sak River Which is a boundary between the two provinces In streams with rock cascades A small waterfall on the two sides of the stream with a suspension bridge And flowering plants Various ornamental plants


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