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Pathum Thani is a province in the central Thailand, 46 km. from Bangkok.  It is a place for relaxing depending on your lifestyle.

There are many interesting places suggested.  Wat Chedi Thong, for example; is a temple built in Ayuttaya Kingdom with a Mon-style stupa with 4 beautiful gold Buddha images placed on each sides of the stupa.  Another interesting temple is Wat Chedi Hoy whose stupa was built from oyster shells.  There are many species of birds flying around the temple such as ibis, cormorants, and Javan Pond herons.

In Pathum Thani, there are museums to go visiting and learning new things such as National Geological Museum where you can learn about geology affecting your life and development, and National Science Museum where you can get scientific knowledge from the science exhibitions and activities for adapting to your lifestyle and development.

After walking in the museums, you can go to 100-year Rahaeng Market, located on the Rahaeng riverside with old wooden buildings.  Sutthaphirompanich Family opens their house to be a museum of antiques.  You can eat noodles or coconut ice-cream with old-fashioned recipe.  There are many shops with retro style inviting you to visit.

Pathum Thani is a city that gives you good memories and relaxation, and it is not far from Bangkok.

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Pathum Thani can be reached from Bangkok by the following buses, which depart from various points in the city:

Bus No. 33: Sanam Luang-Pathum Thani

Bus No. 90: Chatuchak-Tiwanon Road, which connects to a Rangsit-Pathum Thani bus

Buses No. 29, 34, 39, 59, 95, 503 to Rangsit, which connects to a Rangsit-Pathum Thani bus

Bus No. 104:Victory Monument-Pak Kret, which connects to Bus No. 33 or Bus No. 90

From Bangkok’s Hua Lumphong Railway Station visitors can take any train which stops at Rangsit Market. From Rangsit it’s a short local bus ride to Pathum Thani.

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Pathum Thani is a province in the central Thailand, 46 km. from Bangkok.  It is a place for relaxing depending on your lifestyle.

There are many interesting places suggested.  Wat Chedi Thong, for example; is a temple built in Ayuttaya Kingdom with a Mon-style stupa with 4 beautiful gold Buddha images placed on each sides of the stupa.  Another interesting temple is Wat Chedi Hoy whose stupa was built from oyster shells.  There are many species of birds flying around the temple such as ibis, cormorants, and Javan Pond herons.

In Pathum Thani, there are museums to go visiting and learning new things such as National Geological Museum where you can learn about geology affecting your life and development, and National Science Museum where you can get scientific knowledge from the science exhibitions and activities for adapting to your lifestyle and development.

After walking in the museums, you can go to 100-year Rahaeng Market, located on the Rahaeng riverside with old wooden buildings.  Sutthaphirompanich Family opens their house to be a museum of antiques.  You can eat noodles or coconut ice-cream with old-fashioned recipe.  There are many shops with retro style inviting you to visit.

Pathum Thani is a city that gives you good memories and relaxation, and it is not far from Bangkok.

Widely recognized as the education and technology hub of Thailand, Pathum Thani Province contains a number of universities, research facilities, and industrial parks. As Pathum Thani is strategically located along the banks of the Chao Phraya River, it was founded during the Ayutthaya era and thus contains a number of historical temples, including Wat Hong Pathummawat and Wat Sing, the first monastery built by the Mon community who were the original settlers in Pathum Thani, a history that is recognized at a museum that houses Mon artifacts.

As the area around Pathum Thani is fertile and well irrigated, the people of Pathum Thani grow various fruits, vegetables, flowers, and plants, all of which are for sale at Talad Thai, a gigantic international wholesale and retail produce market. The area around Wat Pailom is also one of the world's largest sanctuaries for Indian open-billed storks, which winter here during their mating season as do Ruby Throats. Blue Throats, Bush Warblers, Crakes, and Rails.

Pathum Thani is a neighboring province of Bangkok. It is situated on the Chao Phraya basin and contains many canals and orange plantations. Its original name is Mueang Sam Khok, and was founded during the Ayutthaya era. The area was originally a settlement for the Mon people who migrated from Mohtama (in Myanmar) over 350 years ago. In the year 1815 when King Rama II made a royal visit to this area, the inhabitants offered him many lotus flowers, an act that lent itself to the origin of the present name, Pathum Thani or “lotus flower town”.

Because of its historical importance, Pathum Thani features a number of important Buddhist temples, and as Pathum Thani is close to Bangkok it is also the location of a number of entertainment venues, including museums and an amusement park.

Despite a number of excellent attractions, as Nakhon Pathom is so close to Bangkok that there are very limited accommodation options; there is at least one golf resort and an adventure resort however.

As one of the premier day trip destinations from Bangkok, Pathum Thani has a wide variety of attractions, ensuring that visitors with an array of interests will find something to keep them entertained in Pathum Thani. The following are some of the most popular attractions in Pathum Thani:

Pathum Thani has a diverse set of attractions that allows visitors to participate in various activities:

In addition to the standard selection of Thai foods available at restaurants in Pathum Thani, the area also has a few unique specialties, including Rangsit boat noodle, which is served at stalls along the klongs in Rangsit district, Spicy Kung Ten, also served along the klongs -particularly in Mueang district, and Tangerines, which the area is famed for growing.

As in most provincial capitals, Pathum Thani features a central market where locals can buy everything from groceries to household appliances and visitors can shop for clothing and other necessary supplies. In addition to the shopping venues listed below, there are often locally produced handicrafts available at central markets, the occasional night market, and from village workshops in smaller towns throughout the province.

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Pathum Thani is a province in the central Thailand, 46 km. from Bangkok.  It is a place for relaxing depending on your lifestyle.

There are many interesting places suggested.  Wat Chedi Thong, for example; is a temple built in Ayuttaya Kingdom with a Mon-style stupa with 4 beautiful gold Buddha images placed on each sides of the stupa.  Another interesting temple is Wat Chedi Hoy whose stupa was built from oyster shells.  There are many species of birds flying around the temple such as ibis, cormorants, and Javan Pond herons.

In Pathum Thani, there are museums to go visiting and learning new things such as National Geological Museum where you can learn about geology affecting your life and development, and National Science Museum where you can get scientific knowledge from the science exhibitions and activities for adapting to your lifestyle and development.

After walking in the museums, you can go to 100-year Rahaeng Market, located on the Rahaeng riverside with old wooden buildings.  Sutthaphirompanich Family opens their house to be a museum of antiques.  You can eat noodles or coconut ice-cream with old-fashioned recipe.  There are many shops with retro style inviting you to visit.

Pathum Thani is a city that gives you good memories and relaxation, and it is not far from Bangkok.

Widely recognized as the education and technology hub of Thailand, Pathum Thani Province contains a number of universities, research facilities, and industrial parks. As Pathum Thani is strategically located along the banks of the Chao Phraya River, it was founded during the Ayutthaya era and thus contains a number of historical temples, including Wat Hong Pathummawat and Wat Sing, the first monastery built by the Mon community who were the original settlers in Pathum Thani, a history that is recognized at a museum that houses Mon artifacts.

As the area around Pathum Thani is fertile and well irrigated, the people of Pathum Thani grow various fruits, vegetables, flowers, and plants, all of which are for sale at Talad Thai, a gigantic international wholesale and retail produce market. The area around Wat Pailom is also one of the world's largest sanctuaries for Indian open-billed storks, which winter here during their mating season as do Ruby Throats. Blue Throats, Bush Warblers, Crakes, and Rails.

Pathum Thani is a neighboring province of Bangkok. It is situated on the Chao Phraya basin and contains many canals and orange plantations. Its original name is Mueang Sam Khok, and was founded during the Ayutthaya era. The area was originally a settlement for the Mon people who migrated from Mohtama (in Myanmar) over 350 years ago. In the year 1815 when King Rama II made a royal visit to this area, the inhabitants offered him many lotus flowers, an act that lent itself to the origin of the present name, Pathum Thani or “lotus flower town”.

Because of its historical importance, Pathum Thani features a number of important Buddhist temples, and as Pathum Thani is close to Bangkok it is also the location of a number of entertainment venues, including museums and an amusement park.

Despite a number of excellent attractions, as Nakhon Pathom is so close to Bangkok that there are very limited accommodation options; there is at least one golf resort and an adventure resort however.

As one of the premier day trip destinations from Bangkok, Pathum Thani has a wide variety of attractions, ensuring that visitors with an array of interests will find something to keep them entertained in Pathum Thani. The following are some of the most popular attractions in Pathum Thani:

Pathum Thani has a diverse set of attractions that allows visitors to participate in various activities:

In addition to the standard selection of Thai foods available at restaurants in Pathum Thani, the area also has a few unique specialties, including Rangsit boat noodle, which is served at stalls along the klongs in Rangsit district, Spicy Kung Ten, also served along the klongs -particularly in Mueang district, and Tangerines, which the area is famed for growing.

As in most provincial capitals, Pathum Thani features a central market where locals can buy everything from groceries to household appliances and visitors can shop for clothing and other necessary supplies. In addition to the shopping venues listed below, there are often locally produced handicrafts available at central markets, the occasional night market, and from village workshops in smaller towns throughout the province.

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Pathum Thani is a province in the central Thailand, 46 km. from Bangkok.  It is a place for relaxing depending on your lifestyle.

There are many interesting places suggested.  Wat Chedi Thong, for example; is a temple built in Ayuttaya Kingdom with a Mon-style stupa with 4 beautiful gold Buddha images placed on each sides of the stupa.  Another interesting temple is Wat Chedi Hoy whose stupa was built from oyster shells.  There are many species of birds flying around the temple such as ibis, cormorants, and Javan Pond herons.

In Pathum Thani, there are museums to go visiting and learning new things such as National Geological Museum where you can learn about geology affecting your life and development, and National Science Museum where you can get scientific knowledge from the science exhibitions and activities for adapting to your lifestyle and development.

After walking in the museums, you can go to 100-year Rahaeng Market, located on the Rahaeng riverside with old wooden buildings.  Sutthaphirompanich Family opens their house to be a museum of antiques.  You can eat noodles or coconut ice-cream with old-fashioned recipe.  There are many shops with retro style inviting you to visit.

Pathum Thani is a city that gives you good memories and relaxation, and it is not far from Bangkok.

Widely recognized as the education and technology hub of Thailand, Pathum Thani Province contains a number of universities, research facilities, and industrial parks. As Pathum Thani is strategically located along the banks of the Chao Phraya River, it was founded during the Ayutthaya era and thus contains a number of historical temples, including Wat Hong Pathummawat and Wat Sing, the first monastery built by the Mon community who were the original settlers in Pathum Thani, a history that is recognized at a museum that houses Mon artifacts.

As the area around Pathum Thani is fertile and well irrigated, the people of Pathum Thani grow various fruits, vegetables, flowers, and plants, all of which are for sale at Talad Thai, a gigantic international wholesale and retail produce market. The area around Wat Pailom is also one of the world's largest sanctuaries for Indian open-billed storks, which winter here during their mating season as do Ruby Throats. Blue Throats, Bush Warblers, Crakes, and Rails.

Pathum Thani is a neighboring province of Bangkok. It is situated on the Chao Phraya basin and contains many canals and orange plantations. Its original name is Mueang Sam Khok, and was founded during the Ayutthaya era. The area was originally a settlement for the Mon people who migrated from Mohtama (in Myanmar) over 350 years ago. In the year 1815 when King Rama II made a royal visit to this area, the inhabitants offered him many lotus flowers, an act that lent itself to the origin of the present name, Pathum Thani or “lotus flower town”.

Because of its historical importance, Pathum Thani features a number of important Buddhist temples, and as Pathum Thani is close to Bangkok it is also the location of a number of entertainment venues, including museums and an amusement park.

Despite a number of excellent attractions, as Nakhon Pathom is so close to Bangkok that there are very limited accommodation options; there is at least one golf resort and an adventure resort however.

As one of the premier day trip destinations from Bangkok, Pathum Thani has a wide variety of attractions, ensuring that visitors with an array of interests will find something to keep them entertained in Pathum Thani. The following are some of the most popular attractions in Pathum Thani:

Pathum Thani has a diverse set of attractions that allows visitors to participate in various activities:

In addition to the standard selection of Thai foods available at restaurants in Pathum Thani, the area also has a few unique specialties, including Rangsit boat noodle, which is served at stalls along the klongs in Rangsit district, Spicy Kung Ten, also served along the klongs -particularly in Mueang district, and Tangerines, which the area is famed for growing.

As in most provincial capitals, Pathum Thani features a central market where locals can buy everything from groceries to household appliances and visitors can shop for clothing and other necessary supplies. In addition to the shopping venues listed below, there are often locally produced handicrafts available at central markets, the occasional night market, and from village workshops in smaller towns throughout the province.

Pathum Thani is a province in the central Thailand, 46 km. from Bangkok.  It is a place for relaxing depending on your lifestyle.

There are many interesting places suggested.  Wat Chedi Thong, for example; is a temple built in Ayuttaya Kingdom with a Mon-style stupa with 4 beautiful gold Buddha images placed on each sides of the stupa.  Another interesting temple is Wat Chedi Hoy whose stupa was built from oyster shells.  There are many species of birds flying around the temple such as ibis, cormorants, and Javan Pond herons.

In Pathum Thani, there are museums to go visiting and learning new things such as National Geological Museum where you can learn about geology affecting your life and development, and National Science Museum where you can get scientific knowledge from the science exhibitions and activities for adapting to your lifestyle and development.

After walking in the museums, you can go to 100-year Rahaeng Market, located on the Rahaeng riverside with old wooden buildings.  Sutthaphirompanich Family opens their house to be a museum of antiques.  You can eat noodles or coconut ice-cream with old-fashioned recipe.  There are many shops with retro style inviting you to visit.

Pathum Thani is a city that gives you good memories and relaxation, and it is not far from Bangkok.

Widely recognized as the education and technology hub of Thailand, Pathum Thani Province contains a number of universities, research facilities, and industrial parks. As Pathum Thani is strategically located along the banks of the Chao Phraya River, it was founded during the Ayutthaya era and thus contains a number of historical temples, including Wat Hong Pathummawat and Wat Sing, the first monastery built by the Mon community who were the original settlers in Pathum Thani, a history that is recognized at a museum that houses Mon artifacts.

As the area around Pathum Thani is fertile and well irrigated, the people of Pathum Thani grow various fruits, vegetables, flowers, and plants, all of which are for sale at Talad Thai, a gigantic international wholesale and retail produce market. The area around Wat Pailom is also one of the world's largest sanctuaries for Indian open-billed storks, which winter here during their mating season as do Ruby Throats. Blue Throats, Bush Warblers, Crakes, and Rails.

Pathum Thani is a neighboring province of Bangkok. It is situated on the Chao Phraya basin and contains many canals and orange plantations. Its original name is Mueang Sam Khok, and was founded during the Ayutthaya era. The area was originally a settlement for the Mon people who migrated from Mohtama (in Myanmar) over 350 years ago. In the year 1815 when King Rama II made a royal visit to this area, the inhabitants offered him many lotus flowers, an act that lent itself to the origin of the present name, Pathum Thani or “lotus flower town”.

Because of its historical importance, Pathum Thani features a number of important Buddhist temples, and as Pathum Thani is close to Bangkok it is also the location of a number of entertainment venues, including museums and an amusement park.

Despite a number of excellent attractions, as Nakhon Pathom is so close to Bangkok that there are very limited accommodation options; there is at least one golf resort and an adventure resort however.

As one of the premier day trip destinations from Bangkok, Pathum Thani has a wide variety of attractions, ensuring that visitors with an array of interests will find something to keep them entertained in Pathum Thani. The following are some of the most popular attractions in Pathum Thani:

Pathum Thani has a diverse set of attractions that allows visitors to participate in various activities:

In addition to the standard selection of Thai foods available at restaurants in Pathum Thani, the area also has a few unique specialties, including Rangsit boat noodle, which is served at stalls along the klongs in Rangsit district, Spicy Kung Ten, also served along the klongs -particularly in Mueang district, and Tangerines, which the area is famed for growing.

As in most provincial capitals, Pathum Thani features a central market where locals can buy everything from groceries to household appliances and visitors can shop for clothing and other necessary supplies. In addition to the shopping venues listed below, there are often locally produced handicrafts available at central markets, the occasional night market, and from village workshops in smaller towns throughout the province.

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Pathum Thani is a province in the central Thailand, 46 km. from Bangkok.  It is a place for relaxing depending on your lifestyle.

There are many interesting places suggested.  Wat Chedi Thong, for example; is a temple built in Ayuttaya Kingdom with a Mon-style stupa with 4 beautiful gold Buddha images placed on each sides of the stupa.  Another interesting temple is Wat Chedi Hoy whose stupa was built from oyster shells.  There are many species of birds flying around the temple such as ibis, cormorants, and Javan Pond herons.

In Pathum Thani, there are museums to go visiting and learning new things such as National Geological Museum where you can learn about geology affecting your life and development, and National Science Museum where you can get scientific knowledge from the science exhibitions and activities for adapting to your lifestyle and development.

After walking in the museums, you can go to 100-year Rahaeng Market, located on the Rahaeng riverside with old wooden buildings.  Sutthaphirompanich Family opens their house to be a museum of antiques.  You can eat noodles or coconut ice-cream with old-fashioned recipe.  There are many shops with retro style inviting you to visit.

Pathum Thani is a city that gives you good memories and relaxation, and it is not far from Bangkok.

Widely recognized as the education and technology hub of Thailand, Pathum Thani Province contains a number of universities, research facilities, and industrial parks. As Pathum Thani is strategically located along the banks of the Chao Phraya River, it was founded during the Ayutthaya era and thus contains a number of historical temples, including Wat Hong Pathummawat and Wat Sing, the first monastery built by the Mon community who were the original settlers in Pathum Thani, a history that is recognized at a museum that houses Mon artifacts.

As the area around Pathum Thani is fertile and well irrigated, the people of Pathum Thani grow various fruits, vegetables, flowers, and plants, all of which are for sale at Talad Thai, a gigantic international wholesale and retail produce market. The area around Wat Pailom is also one of the world's largest sanctuaries for Indian open-billed storks, which winter here during their mating season as do Ruby Throats. Blue Throats, Bush Warblers, Crakes, and Rails.

Pathum Thani is a neighboring province of Bangkok. It is situated on the Chao Phraya basin and contains many canals and orange plantations. Its original name is Mueang Sam Khok, and was founded during the Ayutthaya era. The area was originally a settlement for the Mon people who migrated from Mohtama (in Myanmar) over 350 years ago. In the year 1815 when King Rama II made a royal visit to this area, the inhabitants offered him many lotus flowers, an act that lent itself to the origin of the present name, Pathum Thani or “lotus flower town”.

Because of its historical importance, Pathum Thani features a number of important Buddhist temples, and as Pathum Thani is close to Bangkok it is also the location of a number of entertainment venues, including museums and an amusement park.

Despite a number of excellent attractions, as Nakhon Pathom is so close to Bangkok that there are very limited accommodation options; there is at least one golf resort and an adventure resort however.

As one of the premier day trip destinations from Bangkok, Pathum Thani has a wide variety of attractions, ensuring that visitors with an array of interests will find something to keep them entertained in Pathum Thani. The following are some of the most popular attractions in Pathum Thani:

Pathum Thani has a diverse set of attractions that allows visitors to participate in various activities:

In addition to the standard selection of Thai foods available at restaurants in Pathum Thani, the area also has a few unique specialties, including Rangsit boat noodle, which is served at stalls along the klongs in Rangsit district, Spicy Kung Ten, also served along the klongs -particularly in Mueang district, and Tangerines, which the area is famed for growing.

As in most provincial capitals, Pathum Thani features a central market where locals can buy everything from groceries to household appliances and visitors can shop for clothing and other necessary supplies. In addition to the shopping venues listed below, there are often locally produced handicrafts available at central markets, the occasional night market, and from village workshops in smaller towns throughout the province.

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Pathum Thani is a province in the central Thailand, 46 km. from Bangkok.  It is a place for relaxing depending on your lifestyle.

There are many interesting places suggested.  Wat Chedi Thong, for example; is a temple built in Ayuttaya Kingdom with a Mon-style stupa with 4 beautiful gold Buddha images placed on each sides of the stupa.  Another interesting temple is Wat Chedi Hoy whose stupa was built from oyster shells.  There are many species of birds flying around the temple such as ibis, cormorants, and Javan Pond herons.

In Pathum Thani, there are museums to go visiting and learning new things such as National Geological Museum where you can learn about geology affecting your life and development, and National Science Museum where you can get scientific knowledge from the science exhibitions and activities for adapting to your lifestyle and development.

After walking in the museums, you can go to 100-year Rahaeng Market, located on the Rahaeng riverside with old wooden buildings.  Sutthaphirompanich Family opens their house to be a museum of antiques.  You can eat noodles or coconut ice-cream with old-fashioned recipe.  There are many shops with retro style inviting you to visit.

Pathum Thani is a city that gives you good memories and relaxation, and it is not far from Bangkok.

Widely recognized as the education and technology hub of Thailand, Pathum Thani Province contains a number of universities, research facilities, and industrial parks. As Pathum Thani is strategically located along the banks of the Chao Phraya River, it was founded during the Ayutthaya era and thus contains a number of historical temples, including Wat Hong Pathummawat and Wat Sing, the first monastery built by the Mon community who were the original settlers in Pathum Thani, a history that is recognized at a museum that houses Mon artifacts.

As the area around Pathum Thani is fertile and well irrigated, the people of Pathum Thani grow various fruits, vegetables, flowers, and plants, all of which are for sale at Talad Thai, a gigantic international wholesale and retail produce market. The area around Wat Pailom is also one of the world's largest sanctuaries for Indian open-billed storks, which winter here during their mating season as do Ruby Throats. Blue Throats, Bush Warblers, Crakes, and Rails.

Pathum Thani is a neighboring province of Bangkok. It is situated on the Chao Phraya basin and contains many canals and orange plantations. Its original name is Mueang Sam Khok, and was founded during the Ayutthaya era. The area was originally a settlement for the Mon people who migrated from Mohtama (in Myanmar) over 350 years ago. In the year 1815 when King Rama II made a royal visit to this area, the inhabitants offered him many lotus flowers, an act that lent itself to the origin of the present name, Pathum Thani or “lotus flower town”.

Because of its historical importance, Pathum Thani features a number of important Buddhist temples, and as Pathum Thani is close to Bangkok it is also the location of a number of entertainment venues, including museums and an amusement park.

Despite a number of excellent attractions, as Nakhon Pathom is so close to Bangkok that there are very limited accommodation options; there is at least one golf resort and an adventure resort however.

As one of the premier day trip destinations from Bangkok, Pathum Thani has a wide variety of attractions, ensuring that visitors with an array of interests will find something to keep them entertained in Pathum Thani. The following are some of the most popular attractions in Pathum Thani:

Pathum Thani has a diverse set of attractions that allows visitors to participate in various activities:

In addition to the standard selection of Thai foods available at restaurants in Pathum Thani, the area also has a few unique specialties, including Rangsit boat noodle, which is served at stalls along the klongs in Rangsit district, Spicy Kung Ten, also served along the klongs -particularly in Mueang district, and Tangerines, which the area is famed for growing.

As in most provincial capitals, Pathum Thani features a central market where locals can buy everything from groceries to household appliances and visitors can shop for clothing and other necessary supplies. In addition to the shopping venues listed below, there are often locally produced handicrafts available at central markets, the occasional night market, and from village workshops in smaller towns throughout the province.

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Pathum Thani is a province in the central Thailand, 46 km. from Bangkok.  It is a place for relaxing depending on your lifestyle.

There are many interesting places suggested.  Wat Chedi Thong, for example; is a temple built in Ayuttaya Kingdom with a Mon-style stupa with 4 beautiful gold Buddha images placed on each sides of the stupa.  Another interesting temple is Wat Chedi Hoy whose stupa was built from oyster shells.  There are many species of birds flying around the temple such as ibis, cormorants, and Javan Pond herons.

In Pathum Thani, there are museums to go visiting and learning new things such as National Geological Museum where you can learn about geology affecting your life and development, and National Science Museum where you can get scientific knowledge from the science exhibitions and activities for adapting to your lifestyle and development.

After walking in the museums, you can go to 100-year Rahaeng Market, located on the Rahaeng riverside with old wooden buildings.  Sutthaphirompanich Family opens their house to be a museum of antiques.  You can eat noodles or coconut ice-cream with old-fashioned recipe.  There are many shops with retro style inviting you to visit.

Pathum Thani is a city that gives you good memories and relaxation, and it is not far from Bangkok.

Widely recognized as the education and technology hub of Thailand, Pathum Thani Province contains a number of universities, research facilities, and industrial parks. As Pathum Thani is strategically located along the banks of the Chao Phraya River, it was founded during the Ayutthaya era and thus contains a number of historical temples, including Wat Hong Pathummawat and Wat Sing, the first monastery built by the Mon community who were the original settlers in Pathum Thani, a history that is recognized at a museum that houses Mon artifacts.

As the area around Pathum Thani is fertile and well irrigated, the people of Pathum Thani grow various fruits, vegetables, flowers, and plants, all of which are for sale at Talad Thai, a gigantic international wholesale and retail produce market. The area around Wat Pailom is also one of the world's largest sanctuaries for Indian open-billed storks, which winter here during their mating season as do Ruby Throats. Blue Throats, Bush Warblers, Crakes, and Rails.

Pathum Thani is a neighboring province of Bangkok. It is situated on the Chao Phraya basin and contains many canals and orange plantations. Its original name is Mueang Sam Khok, and was founded during the Ayutthaya era. The area was originally a settlement for the Mon people who migrated from Mohtama (in Myanmar) over 350 years ago. In the year 1815 when King Rama II made a royal visit to this area, the inhabitants offered him many lotus flowers, an act that lent itself to the origin of the present name, Pathum Thani or “lotus flower town”.

Because of its historical importance, Pathum Thani features a number of important Buddhist temples, and as Pathum Thani is close to Bangkok it is also the location of a number of entertainment venues, including museums and an amusement park.

Despite a number of excellent attractions, as Nakhon Pathom is so close to Bangkok that there are very limited accommodation options; there is at least one golf resort and an adventure resort however.

As one of the premier day trip destinations from Bangkok, Pathum Thani has a wide variety of attractions, ensuring that visitors with an array of interests will find something to keep them entertained in Pathum Thani. The following are some of the most popular attractions in Pathum Thani:

Pathum Thani has a diverse set of attractions that allows visitors to participate in various activities:

In addition to the standard selection of Thai foods available at restaurants in Pathum Thani, the area also has a few unique specialties, including Rangsit boat noodle, which is served at stalls along the klongs in Rangsit district, Spicy Kung Ten, also served along the klongs -particularly in Mueang district, and Tangerines, which the area is famed for growing.

As in most provincial capitals, Pathum Thani features a central market where locals can buy everything from groceries to household appliances and visitors can shop for clothing and other necessary supplies. In addition to the shopping venues listed below, there are often locally produced handicrafts available at central markets, the occasional night market, and from village workshops in smaller towns throughout the province.

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Pathum Thani is a province in the central Thailand, 46 km. from Bangkok.  It is a place for relaxing depending on your lifestyle.

There are many interesting places suggested.  Wat Chedi Thong, for example; is a temple built in Ayuttaya Kingdom with a Mon-style stupa with 4 beautiful gold Buddha images placed on each sides of the stupa.  Another interesting temple is Wat Chedi Hoy whose stupa was built from oyster shells.  There are many species of birds flying around the temple such as ibis, cormorants, and Javan Pond herons.

In Pathum Thani, there are museums to go visiting and learning new things such as National Geological Museum where you can learn about geology affecting your life and development, and National Science Museum where you can get scientific knowledge from the science exhibitions and activities for adapting to your lifestyle and development.

After walking in the museums, you can go to 100-year Rahaeng Market, located on the Rahaeng riverside with old wooden buildings.  Sutthaphirompanich Family opens their house to be a museum of antiques.  You can eat noodles or coconut ice-cream with old-fashioned recipe.  There are many shops with retro style inviting you to visit.

Pathum Thani is a city that gives you good memories and relaxation, and it is not far from Bangkok.

Widely recognized as the education and technology hub of Thailand, Pathum Thani Province contains a number of universities, research facilities, and industrial parks. As Pathum Thani is strategically located along the banks of the Chao Phraya River, it was founded during the Ayutthaya era and thus contains a number of historical temples, including Wat Hong Pathummawat and Wat Sing, the first monastery built by the Mon community who were the original settlers in Pathum Thani, a history that is recognized at a museum that houses Mon artifacts.

As the area around Pathum Thani is fertile and well irrigated, the people of Pathum Thani grow various fruits, vegetables, flowers, and plants, all of which are for sale at Talad Thai, a gigantic international wholesale and retail produce market. The area around Wat Pailom is also one of the world's largest sanctuaries for Indian open-billed storks, which winter here during their mating season as do Ruby Throats. Blue Throats, Bush Warblers, Crakes, and Rails.

Pathum Thani is a neighboring province of Bangkok. It is situated on the Chao Phraya basin and contains many canals and orange plantations. Its original name is Mueang Sam Khok, and was founded during the Ayutthaya era. The area was originally a settlement for the Mon people who migrated from Mohtama (in Myanmar) over 350 years ago. In the year 1815 when King Rama II made a royal visit to this area, the inhabitants offered him many lotus flowers, an act that lent itself to the origin of the present name, Pathum Thani or “lotus flower town”.

Because of its historical importance, Pathum Thani features a number of important Buddhist temples, and as Pathum Thani is close to Bangkok it is also the location of a number of entertainment venues, including museums and an amusement park.

Despite a number of excellent attractions, as Nakhon Pathom is so close to Bangkok that there are very limited accommodation options; there is at least one golf resort and an adventure resort however.

As one of the premier day trip destinations from Bangkok, Pathum Thani has a wide variety of attractions, ensuring that visitors with an array of interests will find something to keep them entertained in Pathum Thani. The following are some of the most popular attractions in Pathum Thani:

Pathum Thani has a diverse set of attractions that allows visitors to participate in various activities:

In addition to the standard selection of Thai foods available at restaurants in Pathum Thani, the area also has a few unique specialties, including Rangsit boat noodle, which is served at stalls along the klongs in Rangsit district, Spicy Kung Ten, also served along the klongs -particularly in Mueang district, and Tangerines, which the area is famed for growing.

As in most provincial capitals, Pathum Thani features a central market where locals can buy everything from groceries to household appliances and visitors can shop for clothing and other necessary supplies. In addition to the shopping venues listed below, there are often locally produced handicrafts available at central markets, the occasional night market, and from village workshops in smaller towns throughout the province.