Khao Kho,

Khao Kho

Khao Kho is a very 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, the park is a very popular holiday destination among local and foreigner 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 attractions.

Phu Thap Boek,

Phu Thap Boek

Phu Thap Buek, in fact, is the highest peak in Phetchabun province with up to 1,768 meters in its height above the sea level resulted in the weather here is mild cold all through the year. The location is remarkable with the green color of cabbage farms which occupied most of the land throughout the high area. Unsurprisingly, it named by the locals “home of the cabbage.”

Wat Phra Sorn Kaew,

Wat Phra Sorn Kaew

One of the most unique temples in Thailand is located in Phetchabun Province, and in our opinion, it’s one of the more beautiful ones. Wat Pha Sorn Kaew translates to the temple on the glass cliff. Personally, we aren’t the biggest fans of temples and generally only visit when one has something really unique about it. Wat Pha Sorn Kaew absolutely fits the bill for that. The modern style is reminiscent in some ways of the architect Gaudi, especially in the use of mosaics.

The black Buddha Dlamini,

The black Buddha Dlamini

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