Phra Nakhon Khiri Historical Park,

Phra Nakhon Khiri Historical Park

Phetchaburis well-known Landmark, the locally known as Khao Wang (Palace Hill) is located up on a 92-meter high verdant hill, in the City of Phetchaburi. It was built under the royal command of King Rama IV and in 1860 became his summer palace. The whole compound is comprised of royal halls, palaces, temples and other buildings which were elegantly constructed in a well-balanced Thai, neoclassical Western and Chinese architectural styles.

Hat Cha Am,

Hat Cha-Am 

The premier beach resort of Phetchaburi, Hat Cha-Am is just as beautiful as the neighboring Hua Hin Beach. Located approximately 163 kilometers south of Bangkok, 40 kilometers south of Phetchaburi and 20 kilometers north of Hua Hin, the beach is famous for being long and clean. In addition, it serves excellent fresh seafood. Originally a fishing village, Cha-am received much attention after the royal palace, Maruekhathaiyawan, was built near Hua Hin in the reign of King Rama VI.

Kaeng Krachan National Park,

Kaeng Krachan National Park

Kaeng Krachan National Park is located in Phetchaburi and Prachuap Khiri Khan Provinces, about 60 km from Phetchaburi and 75 km from Hua Hin. Covering an area of 2,914 km² it is the largest national park in Thailand. The park is part of the Western Forex Complex that covers 18,730 km² across 19 protected sites between Myanmar and Thailand, bounded by the Tanintharyi Nature Reserve along Myanmar’s border to the west.

Tham Khao Luang,

Tham Khao Luang

Petchaburi is not only a province with a lot of history that has long been reflecting local culture and lifestyle, but also has many places of worship such as temples, in particular cave temples found on mountains throughout the province. Five kilometres away from the city centre towards the direction where Khao Wang is situated, a cave temple was built on a small hill with a height of only 92 metres.