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5 days from Samut Songkhram to Ratchaburi

A flight trip from Samut Songkhram to Ratchaburi for nature, beach and shopping lovers visiting top attractions like Bang Noi Floating Market, Wat Bang Kung, Tao Hong Tai Ceramics Factory and many more.

5 daysJan 1 - Jan 5, 2022
82 kmRoute
2Provinces
16Places
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Ratchaburi Province

Ratchaburi has an abundance of natural attractions and historical sites. An ideal location to learn about traditional Thai culture. The premiere attractions are the Damnoen Saduak Floating Market and rose garden.

Mueang Ratchaburi

Day 3 (Jan 2, 2022)

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4 places to visit

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Ratchaburi City Pillar Shrine

Shrine

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1 ~ 2 hours

The highlight of the place is that Chao Por Lak Muang Shrine was built in the reign of King Rama II of Rattanakosin. City God Shrine is counted as a holy item that Ratchaburi people really respect.

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Ratchaburi National Museum

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1 ~ 2 hours

Ratchaburi National Museum was a former town hall built back in 1922. The museum exhibits a collection of art and ancient artefacts found in Ratchaburi.

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Tao Hong Tai Ceramics Factory

Ceramic

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2 ~ 3 hours

Tao Hong Tai Ceramics Factory has specialized in producing high-quality ceramics for over 60 years, including Chinese ceramics, Thai ceramics, and modern ceramics.

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Rattanakosin Pottery

Ceramic

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2 ~ 3 hours

Rattanakosin is one of the first factories that opened in Ratchaburi. They produce potteries that are handcrafted by skilled craftsmen. Everything is handmade and each work has its own individuality.

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Mueang Ratchaburi

Day 4 (Jan 3, 2022)

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Wat Mahathat Worawihan

Temple

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1 ~ 2 hours

Wat Mahathat Worawihan is a Buddhist temple built during the Dhavaravati era, around 10th-11th century A.D.

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Royal Thai Handicraft Center

Gallery

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2 ~ 3 hours

Royal Thai Handicraft Centre is the wood carving demonstration center established with the will to preserve and inherit Thai wood carving. Thai carving is the traditional artwork.

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Damnoen Saduak Floating Market

Floating Market

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2 ~ 3 hours

Damnoen Saduak is one of the most popular floating markets in Thailand for both locals and foreigners.

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Thai Textile Tin Chok Museum

Museum

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2 ~ 3 hours

Thai Textile Tin Chok Museum tells the story of the improvement of the weaving process in the traditional Tin Chok technique. Thai-Vietnamese Tin Chok textiles can also be purchased here at reasonable prices.

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Mueang Ratchaburi

Day 5 (Jan 4, 2022)

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Khao Ngu Stone Park

Park

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2 ~ 3 hours

Khao Ngu Stone Park is a scenic place ideal for a weekend getaway. The park has an abundance of panoramic views of beautiful mountains covered in lush greenery.

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Wat Nong Hoi

Temple

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1 ~ 2 hours

Wat Nong Hoi is a Chinese temple with a 16 metre high Guan Yin statue. She is known to be the Goddess of compassion.

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Wat Tham Ruesi Khao Ngu

Cave

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2 ~ 3 hours

Wat Tham Ruesi Khao is a temple inside a cave, with beautiful views of the surrounded area.

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Ruesi Khao Ngu Caves

Cave

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2 ~ 3 hours

Ruesi Khao Ngu consists of three main caves, each having its own Buddha sculpture on the wall.

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Wat Khao Wang

Temple

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1 ~ 2 hours

Wat Khao Wang is home to a pagoda and a small monastery with a reclining Buddha.

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