Top 4 attractions to explore in Phetchabun
The province lies in the broad fertile river valley of the Pa Sak River, with mountains to the east and west. Phetchabun especially Khao Kho national park is a place with good weather and cold all year round. Therefore it received the nickname "Switzerland of Thailand".
Attractions in Phetchabun
Khao Kho is a commercialised park with a number of villages, hundreds of resorts and other premises throughout the park. Situated in Phetchaburi Province in around 6 hours driving distance from Bangkok, Khao Kho National Park is a very popular holiday destination among local and foreign tourists. The park is popular for it's cooler weather, morning mist covering surrounding valleys, impressive viewpoints, a huge wind farm, temples, various types of gardens, waterfalls, and a number of other att
Namtok Si Dit is a waterfall and tourist attraction in Thailand. The waterfall is on the Wang Thong River and it runs throughout the year. At the falls, there is a rice mortar using power generated from the waterfall, built by the Communist Party of Thailand.
Tat Mok National Park is a relatively small national park at 290 km², around 15 km east from Phetchabun City in Phetchabun Province. The main attraction of the park is Tat Mok Waterfall. Both park and the waterfall are named after Tat Mok Mountains. The forest consists of a large variety of Flora and Fauna and is also home for a large variety of living beings.
Wat Pha Sorn Kaew, also known as Wat Phra Thart Pha Kaew, is a Buddhist monastery and temple in Khao Kor, Phetchabun, in north-central Thailand. It is a famous pilgrimage centre and also a famous tourist attraction in Thailand. The main pagoda and surrounding buildings are adorned with over 5 million colorful mosaic tiles and pottery items and is set in a mountain location. 5 sitting Buddha statues were already finished. There is a stained glass gazebo and a smaller pagoda in the gardens.
Map of attractions in Phetchabun