Top 2 attractions to explore in Phichit
Phichit is a province located in lower northern Thailand. The town of Phichit was established in 1058 by Phraya Kotabongthevaraja, and was first part of the Sukhothai Kingdom, and later of Ayutthaya.
Bueng Si Fai is a large freshwater lake to the south of Pichit town. It is a Fishery Department's facility to breed freshwater. There is a landscaped park suitable for rest and recreation along the banks. The best time to visit is in the early morning and late afternoon when the scenery is at its most scenic. On the other side of the park is an aquarium exhibiting species of native fish and local fishing equipment.
Wat Tha Luang is a Thai Buddhist temple in Tambon Nai Mueang, Amphoe Mueang Phichit, Phichit Province, upper central Thailand. Regarded as the most famous temple in the province and also considered as provincial temple. The temple sits on the Nan River's west bank close to the Provincial Hall.
Map of attractions in Phichit