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Damnoen Saduak floating market in Ratchaburi, near Bangkok, Thailand - photo by Walter Lim
Ratchaburi is most famous for being home to Damnoen Saduak floating market, but it’s a province that’s also worth visiting for other reasons (which is just as well, because Damnoen Saduak is about the last floating market we would recommend).
Wat Khao Chongpran temple is worth a visit for a sight of the cave next to it, from where thousands of bats pour out into the sky around dusk every evening – looking like a stream of smoke as they do, it’s just the sight to behold.
Elsewhere, Suan Pheung district is another popular part of Ratchaburi, with natural attractions like hot springs alongside a range of theme-park-style attractions and accommodation options like sheep farms and resorts designed to imitate the Greek landscape – in other words, the kind of things you’ll find either impressive or just outright strange.
How to get to Ratchaburi from Bangkok
The train makes for a convenient way to get from Bangkok to Ratchaburi, with 13 daily departures taking between two and two and a half hours. Alternatively, buses and minivans depart regularly from Bangkok’s southern Sai Tai Mai terminal and take around an hour and a half.
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