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Phetchabun is very famous for its expertise in growing delicious tamarins. Anyway, there are also attractions for fulfilling a vacation time in the province.

Phetchabun is divided in to 11 districts which are Mueang Phetchabun, Lom Sak, Lom Kao, Wichian Buri, Si Thep, Nong Phai, Bueng Sam Phan, Khao Kho, Nam Nao, Wnag Pong, and Chon Dan district. 

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There are general buses and air-conditioned buses available every day from Bangkok to Phetchabun at the Bangkok Bus Terminal (North-eastern bound) or Mor Chit 2 in Kampanphet road

An easier way to book your bus ride via online book provided by the Transport company’s website www.busticket.in.th or www.thaiticketmajor.com as well as www.thairoute.com

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There are currently no regular commercial air services to Phetchabun.

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Phetchabun is very famous for its expertise in growing delicious tamarins. Anyway, there are also attractions for fulfilling a vacation time in the province.

Phetchabun is divided in to 11 districts which are Mueang Phetchabun, Lom Sak, Lom Kao, Wichian Buri, Si Thep, Nong Phai, Bueng Sam Phan, Khao Kho, Nam Nao, Wnag Pong, and Chon Dan district. 

Despite being farther south than neighboring Loei, Phetchabun is considered part of the north than the northeast or central regions of Thailand. That said, its topography is similar to that of Loei, as Phetchabun borders three regions of Thailand, the North, Central, and Northeast. The central part of Phetchabun province is in the Pa Sak River basin and contains mountain ranges running along both the western and eastern sectors.
Because of the fertility of the land, Phetchabun has always been an agriculturally productive area. The very name of the province derives from a name meaning “the land of crops and foods.” Today, Phetchabun is a province with rich tourism potential. Its climate is pleasant due to the mountainous and forested areas, and it has a rich history dating back more than 1,400 years.

Phetchabun is a province of rich tourism potential with attractions including Khao Kho National Park, which has been referred to as "Little Switzerland" because of its beautiful scenery and cool weather; Nam Nao National Park, which features a large number of wild animals that can be spotted while trekking; and Than Thip Waterfall, which is a popular place for swimming.
Phetchabun also features a rich history dating back more than 1,400 years, the height of which occurred after the 11th century when the city was a point of contact between the Dvaravati and Khmer Empires. The city was a prosperous center and a number of ruins remain for visitors to appreciate at Si Thep Historical Park.

There are plenty of hotels and resorts in Phetchabun. Some of them may come with a mountain view that you can enjoy from morning till sunset. 

Phu Hin Rong Kla – Phu Hin Rong Kla National Park covers Loei, Phitsanulok and Phetchabun Provinces of Thailand. The park landscape is generally dominated by beautiful mountainous terrain and involves in important history of war against Communism in Thailand.

Khao Kho – Known for its nice cool weather

Pha Daeng Wildlife Conservation – There is a viewpoint on the overhanging rock which is very popular for watching sunset.

Phu Tub Berk – it is the tallest mountain in Phetchabun where you can see a complex layers of mountain ranges from a cabbage field which cover the whole area

Wat Tri Phoom – A house of Phra Buddha Mahathammaracha buddha iamge

Wat Mahathat – This is an old temple which its outstanding lotus-shaped top, a Sukhothai style architecture.

Wat Phrathat Pha Son Kaew – The monastery situates in the middle of forest with beautiful pagoda.

Nam Nao National Park - A national attractions where many activities can be found

Tung Salang Luang National Park – The park is most beautiful in rainy season with colorful flower field

Si Thep Historical Park – It is an archeology site aged more than 1,000 years old

Kamnan Chul Farm – The farm is famous for agricultural products

Phetchabun Highland Agricultural Research and Development Center – the center offers wide ranges of beautiful high elevation and winter plants. Its area nice and scenic that it is named as Thailand’s little Switzerland. 

There is diversity of Phetchabun travel. The province provides natural tourism, history and cultural activities for tourists to enjoy such as hiking, brid watching, star gazing, and agricultural tourism. 

One advantage of traveling in Phetchabun is that you can have delicious meal at any attractions while indulging yourself with the impressive scenery. 

The numerous number of attractions in Phetchabun always has souvenirs to offer. Product with O-Top trademark are recommended. Crafts and agricultural products are also very interesting. 

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Phetchabun is very famous for its expertise in growing delicious tamarins. Anyway, there are also attractions for fulfilling a vacation time in the province.

Phetchabun is divided in to 11 districts which are Mueang Phetchabun, Lom Sak, Lom Kao, Wichian Buri, Si Thep, Nong Phai, Bueng Sam Phan, Khao Kho, Nam Nao, Wnag Pong, and Chon Dan district. 

Despite being farther south than neighboring Loei, Phetchabun is considered part of the north than the northeast or central regions of Thailand. That said, its topography is similar to that of Loei, as Phetchabun borders three regions of Thailand, the North, Central, and Northeast. The central part of Phetchabun province is in the Pa Sak River basin and contains mountain ranges running along both the western and eastern sectors.
Because of the fertility of the land, Phetchabun has always been an agriculturally productive area. The very name of the province derives from a name meaning “the land of crops and foods.” Today, Phetchabun is a province with rich tourism potential. Its climate is pleasant due to the mountainous and forested areas, and it has a rich history dating back more than 1,400 years.

Phetchabun is a province of rich tourism potential with attractions including Khao Kho National Park, which has been referred to as "Little Switzerland" because of its beautiful scenery and cool weather; Nam Nao National Park, which features a large number of wild animals that can be spotted while trekking; and Than Thip Waterfall, which is a popular place for swimming.
Phetchabun also features a rich history dating back more than 1,400 years, the height of which occurred after the 11th century when the city was a point of contact between the Dvaravati and Khmer Empires. The city was a prosperous center and a number of ruins remain for visitors to appreciate at Si Thep Historical Park.

There are plenty of hotels and resorts in Phetchabun. Some of them may come with a mountain view that you can enjoy from morning till sunset. 

Phu Hin Rong Kla – Phu Hin Rong Kla National Park covers Loei, Phitsanulok and Phetchabun Provinces of Thailand. The park landscape is generally dominated by beautiful mountainous terrain and involves in important history of war against Communism in Thailand.

Khao Kho – Known for its nice cool weather

Pha Daeng Wildlife Conservation – There is a viewpoint on the overhanging rock which is very popular for watching sunset.

Phu Tub Berk – it is the tallest mountain in Phetchabun where you can see a complex layers of mountain ranges from a cabbage field which cover the whole area

Wat Tri Phoom – A house of Phra Buddha Mahathammaracha buddha iamge

Wat Mahathat – This is an old temple which its outstanding lotus-shaped top, a Sukhothai style architecture.

Wat Phrathat Pha Son Kaew – The monastery situates in the middle of forest with beautiful pagoda.

Nam Nao National Park - A national attractions where many activities can be found

Tung Salang Luang National Park – The park is most beautiful in rainy season with colorful flower field

Si Thep Historical Park – It is an archeology site aged more than 1,000 years old

Kamnan Chul Farm – The farm is famous for agricultural products

Phetchabun Highland Agricultural Research and Development Center – the center offers wide ranges of beautiful high elevation and winter plants. Its area nice and scenic that it is named as Thailand’s little Switzerland. 

There is diversity of Phetchabun travel. The province provides natural tourism, history and cultural activities for tourists to enjoy such as hiking, brid watching, star gazing, and agricultural tourism. 

One advantage of traveling in Phetchabun is that you can have delicious meal at any attractions while indulging yourself with the impressive scenery. 

The numerous number of attractions in Phetchabun always has souvenirs to offer. Product with O-Top trademark are recommended. Crafts and agricultural products are also very interesting. 

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Phetchabun is very famous for its expertise in growing delicious tamarins. Anyway, there are also attractions for fulfilling a vacation time in the province.

Phetchabun is divided in to 11 districts which are Mueang Phetchabun, Lom Sak, Lom Kao, Wichian Buri, Si Thep, Nong Phai, Bueng Sam Phan, Khao Kho, Nam Nao, Wnag Pong, and Chon Dan district. 

Despite being farther south than neighboring Loei, Phetchabun is considered part of the north than the northeast or central regions of Thailand. That said, its topography is similar to that of Loei, as Phetchabun borders three regions of Thailand, the North, Central, and Northeast. The central part of Phetchabun province is in the Pa Sak River basin and contains mountain ranges running along both the western and eastern sectors.
Because of the fertility of the land, Phetchabun has always been an agriculturally productive area. The very name of the province derives from a name meaning “the land of crops and foods.” Today, Phetchabun is a province with rich tourism potential. Its climate is pleasant due to the mountainous and forested areas, and it has a rich history dating back more than 1,400 years.

Phetchabun is a province of rich tourism potential with attractions including Khao Kho National Park, which has been referred to as "Little Switzerland" because of its beautiful scenery and cool weather; Nam Nao National Park, which features a large number of wild animals that can be spotted while trekking; and Than Thip Waterfall, which is a popular place for swimming.
Phetchabun also features a rich history dating back more than 1,400 years, the height of which occurred after the 11th century when the city was a point of contact between the Dvaravati and Khmer Empires. The city was a prosperous center and a number of ruins remain for visitors to appreciate at Si Thep Historical Park.

There are plenty of hotels and resorts in Phetchabun. Some of them may come with a mountain view that you can enjoy from morning till sunset. 

Phu Hin Rong Kla – Phu Hin Rong Kla National Park covers Loei, Phitsanulok and Phetchabun Provinces of Thailand. The park landscape is generally dominated by beautiful mountainous terrain and involves in important history of war against Communism in Thailand.

Khao Kho – Known for its nice cool weather

Pha Daeng Wildlife Conservation – There is a viewpoint on the overhanging rock which is very popular for watching sunset.

Phu Tub Berk – it is the tallest mountain in Phetchabun where you can see a complex layers of mountain ranges from a cabbage field which cover the whole area

Wat Tri Phoom – A house of Phra Buddha Mahathammaracha buddha iamge

Wat Mahathat – This is an old temple which its outstanding lotus-shaped top, a Sukhothai style architecture.

Wat Phrathat Pha Son Kaew – The monastery situates in the middle of forest with beautiful pagoda.

Nam Nao National Park - A national attractions where many activities can be found

Tung Salang Luang National Park – The park is most beautiful in rainy season with colorful flower field

Si Thep Historical Park – It is an archeology site aged more than 1,000 years old

Kamnan Chul Farm – The farm is famous for agricultural products

Phetchabun Highland Agricultural Research and Development Center – the center offers wide ranges of beautiful high elevation and winter plants. Its area nice and scenic that it is named as Thailand’s little Switzerland. 

There is diversity of Phetchabun travel. The province provides natural tourism, history and cultural activities for tourists to enjoy such as hiking, brid watching, star gazing, and agricultural tourism. 

One advantage of traveling in Phetchabun is that you can have delicious meal at any attractions while indulging yourself with the impressive scenery. 

The numerous number of attractions in Phetchabun always has souvenirs to offer. Product with O-Top trademark are recommended. Crafts and agricultural products are also very interesting. 

Phetchabun is very famous for its expertise in growing delicious tamarins. Anyway, there are also attractions for fulfilling a vacation time in the province.

Phetchabun is divided in to 11 districts which are Mueang Phetchabun, Lom Sak, Lom Kao, Wichian Buri, Si Thep, Nong Phai, Bueng Sam Phan, Khao Kho, Nam Nao, Wnag Pong, and Chon Dan district. 

Despite being farther south than neighboring Loei, Phetchabun is considered part of the north than the northeast or central regions of Thailand. That said, its topography is similar to that of Loei, as Phetchabun borders three regions of Thailand, the North, Central, and Northeast. The central part of Phetchabun province is in the Pa Sak River basin and contains mountain ranges running along both the western and eastern sectors.
Because of the fertility of the land, Phetchabun has always been an agriculturally productive area. The very name of the province derives from a name meaning “the land of crops and foods.” Today, Phetchabun is a province with rich tourism potential. Its climate is pleasant due to the mountainous and forested areas, and it has a rich history dating back more than 1,400 years.

Phetchabun is a province of rich tourism potential with attractions including Khao Kho National Park, which has been referred to as "Little Switzerland" because of its beautiful scenery and cool weather; Nam Nao National Park, which features a large number of wild animals that can be spotted while trekking; and Than Thip Waterfall, which is a popular place for swimming.
Phetchabun also features a rich history dating back more than 1,400 years, the height of which occurred after the 11th century when the city was a point of contact between the Dvaravati and Khmer Empires. The city was a prosperous center and a number of ruins remain for visitors to appreciate at Si Thep Historical Park.

There are plenty of hotels and resorts in Phetchabun. Some of them may come with a mountain view that you can enjoy from morning till sunset. 

Phu Hin Rong Kla – Phu Hin Rong Kla National Park covers Loei, Phitsanulok and Phetchabun Provinces of Thailand. The park landscape is generally dominated by beautiful mountainous terrain and involves in important history of war against Communism in Thailand.

Khao Kho – Known for its nice cool weather

Pha Daeng Wildlife Conservation – There is a viewpoint on the overhanging rock which is very popular for watching sunset.

Phu Tub Berk – it is the tallest mountain in Phetchabun where you can see a complex layers of mountain ranges from a cabbage field which cover the whole area

Wat Tri Phoom – A house of Phra Buddha Mahathammaracha buddha iamge

Wat Mahathat – This is an old temple which its outstanding lotus-shaped top, a Sukhothai style architecture.

Wat Phrathat Pha Son Kaew – The monastery situates in the middle of forest with beautiful pagoda.

Nam Nao National Park - A national attractions where many activities can be found

Tung Salang Luang National Park – The park is most beautiful in rainy season with colorful flower field

Si Thep Historical Park – It is an archeology site aged more than 1,000 years old

Kamnan Chul Farm – The farm is famous for agricultural products

Phetchabun Highland Agricultural Research and Development Center – the center offers wide ranges of beautiful high elevation and winter plants. Its area nice and scenic that it is named as Thailand’s little Switzerland. 

There is diversity of Phetchabun travel. The province provides natural tourism, history and cultural activities for tourists to enjoy such as hiking, brid watching, star gazing, and agricultural tourism. 

One advantage of traveling in Phetchabun is that you can have delicious meal at any attractions while indulging yourself with the impressive scenery. 

The numerous number of attractions in Phetchabun always has souvenirs to offer. Product with O-Top trademark are recommended. Crafts and agricultural products are also very interesting. 

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Phetchabun is very famous for its expertise in growing delicious tamarins. Anyway, there are also attractions for fulfilling a vacation time in the province.

Phetchabun is divided in to 11 districts which are Mueang Phetchabun, Lom Sak, Lom Kao, Wichian Buri, Si Thep, Nong Phai, Bueng Sam Phan, Khao Kho, Nam Nao, Wnag Pong, and Chon Dan district. 

Despite being farther south than neighboring Loei, Phetchabun is considered part of the north than the northeast or central regions of Thailand. That said, its topography is similar to that of Loei, as Phetchabun borders three regions of Thailand, the North, Central, and Northeast. The central part of Phetchabun province is in the Pa Sak River basin and contains mountain ranges running along both the western and eastern sectors.
Because of the fertility of the land, Phetchabun has always been an agriculturally productive area. The very name of the province derives from a name meaning “the land of crops and foods.” Today, Phetchabun is a province with rich tourism potential. Its climate is pleasant due to the mountainous and forested areas, and it has a rich history dating back more than 1,400 years.

Phetchabun is a province of rich tourism potential with attractions including Khao Kho National Park, which has been referred to as "Little Switzerland" because of its beautiful scenery and cool weather; Nam Nao National Park, which features a large number of wild animals that can be spotted while trekking; and Than Thip Waterfall, which is a popular place for swimming.
Phetchabun also features a rich history dating back more than 1,400 years, the height of which occurred after the 11th century when the city was a point of contact between the Dvaravati and Khmer Empires. The city was a prosperous center and a number of ruins remain for visitors to appreciate at Si Thep Historical Park.

There are plenty of hotels and resorts in Phetchabun. Some of them may come with a mountain view that you can enjoy from morning till sunset. 

Phu Hin Rong Kla – Phu Hin Rong Kla National Park covers Loei, Phitsanulok and Phetchabun Provinces of Thailand. The park landscape is generally dominated by beautiful mountainous terrain and involves in important history of war against Communism in Thailand.

Khao Kho – Known for its nice cool weather

Pha Daeng Wildlife Conservation – There is a viewpoint on the overhanging rock which is very popular for watching sunset.

Phu Tub Berk – it is the tallest mountain in Phetchabun where you can see a complex layers of mountain ranges from a cabbage field which cover the whole area

Wat Tri Phoom – A house of Phra Buddha Mahathammaracha buddha iamge

Wat Mahathat – This is an old temple which its outstanding lotus-shaped top, a Sukhothai style architecture.

Wat Phrathat Pha Son Kaew – The monastery situates in the middle of forest with beautiful pagoda.

Nam Nao National Park - A national attractions where many activities can be found

Tung Salang Luang National Park – The park is most beautiful in rainy season with colorful flower field

Si Thep Historical Park – It is an archeology site aged more than 1,000 years old

Kamnan Chul Farm – The farm is famous for agricultural products

Phetchabun Highland Agricultural Research and Development Center – the center offers wide ranges of beautiful high elevation and winter plants. Its area nice and scenic that it is named as Thailand’s little Switzerland. 

There is diversity of Phetchabun travel. The province provides natural tourism, history and cultural activities for tourists to enjoy such as hiking, brid watching, star gazing, and agricultural tourism. 

One advantage of traveling in Phetchabun is that you can have delicious meal at any attractions while indulging yourself with the impressive scenery. 

The numerous number of attractions in Phetchabun always has souvenirs to offer. Product with O-Top trademark are recommended. Crafts and agricultural products are also very interesting. 

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Phetchabun is very famous for its expertise in growing delicious tamarins. Anyway, there are also attractions for fulfilling a vacation time in the province.

Phetchabun is divided in to 11 districts which are Mueang Phetchabun, Lom Sak, Lom Kao, Wichian Buri, Si Thep, Nong Phai, Bueng Sam Phan, Khao Kho, Nam Nao, Wnag Pong, and Chon Dan district. 

Despite being farther south than neighboring Loei, Phetchabun is considered part of the north than the northeast or central regions of Thailand. That said, its topography is similar to that of Loei, as Phetchabun borders three regions of Thailand, the North, Central, and Northeast. The central part of Phetchabun province is in the Pa Sak River basin and contains mountain ranges running along both the western and eastern sectors.
Because of the fertility of the land, Phetchabun has always been an agriculturally productive area. The very name of the province derives from a name meaning “the land of crops and foods.” Today, Phetchabun is a province with rich tourism potential. Its climate is pleasant due to the mountainous and forested areas, and it has a rich history dating back more than 1,400 years.

Phetchabun is a province of rich tourism potential with attractions including Khao Kho National Park, which has been referred to as "Little Switzerland" because of its beautiful scenery and cool weather; Nam Nao National Park, which features a large number of wild animals that can be spotted while trekking; and Than Thip Waterfall, which is a popular place for swimming.
Phetchabun also features a rich history dating back more than 1,400 years, the height of which occurred after the 11th century when the city was a point of contact between the Dvaravati and Khmer Empires. The city was a prosperous center and a number of ruins remain for visitors to appreciate at Si Thep Historical Park.

There are plenty of hotels and resorts in Phetchabun. Some of them may come with a mountain view that you can enjoy from morning till sunset. 

Phu Hin Rong Kla – Phu Hin Rong Kla National Park covers Loei, Phitsanulok and Phetchabun Provinces of Thailand. The park landscape is generally dominated by beautiful mountainous terrain and involves in important history of war against Communism in Thailand.

Khao Kho – Known for its nice cool weather

Pha Daeng Wildlife Conservation – There is a viewpoint on the overhanging rock which is very popular for watching sunset.

Phu Tub Berk – it is the tallest mountain in Phetchabun where you can see a complex layers of mountain ranges from a cabbage field which cover the whole area

Wat Tri Phoom – A house of Phra Buddha Mahathammaracha buddha iamge

Wat Mahathat – This is an old temple which its outstanding lotus-shaped top, a Sukhothai style architecture.

Wat Phrathat Pha Son Kaew – The monastery situates in the middle of forest with beautiful pagoda.

Nam Nao National Park - A national attractions where many activities can be found

Tung Salang Luang National Park – The park is most beautiful in rainy season with colorful flower field

Si Thep Historical Park – It is an archeology site aged more than 1,000 years old

Kamnan Chul Farm – The farm is famous for agricultural products

Phetchabun Highland Agricultural Research and Development Center – the center offers wide ranges of beautiful high elevation and winter plants. Its area nice and scenic that it is named as Thailand’s little Switzerland. 

There is diversity of Phetchabun travel. The province provides natural tourism, history and cultural activities for tourists to enjoy such as hiking, brid watching, star gazing, and agricultural tourism. 

One advantage of traveling in Phetchabun is that you can have delicious meal at any attractions while indulging yourself with the impressive scenery. 

The numerous number of attractions in Phetchabun always has souvenirs to offer. Product with O-Top trademark are recommended. Crafts and agricultural products are also very interesting. 

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Phetchabun is very famous for its expertise in growing delicious tamarins. Anyway, there are also attractions for fulfilling a vacation time in the province.

Phetchabun is divided in to 11 districts which are Mueang Phetchabun, Lom Sak, Lom Kao, Wichian Buri, Si Thep, Nong Phai, Bueng Sam Phan, Khao Kho, Nam Nao, Wnag Pong, and Chon Dan district. 

Despite being farther south than neighboring Loei, Phetchabun is considered part of the north than the northeast or central regions of Thailand. That said, its topography is similar to that of Loei, as Phetchabun borders three regions of Thailand, the North, Central, and Northeast. The central part of Phetchabun province is in the Pa Sak River basin and contains mountain ranges running along both the western and eastern sectors.
Because of the fertility of the land, Phetchabun has always been an agriculturally productive area. The very name of the province derives from a name meaning “the land of crops and foods.” Today, Phetchabun is a province with rich tourism potential. Its climate is pleasant due to the mountainous and forested areas, and it has a rich history dating back more than 1,400 years.

Phetchabun is a province of rich tourism potential with attractions including Khao Kho National Park, which has been referred to as "Little Switzerland" because of its beautiful scenery and cool weather; Nam Nao National Park, which features a large number of wild animals that can be spotted while trekking; and Than Thip Waterfall, which is a popular place for swimming.
Phetchabun also features a rich history dating back more than 1,400 years, the height of which occurred after the 11th century when the city was a point of contact between the Dvaravati and Khmer Empires. The city was a prosperous center and a number of ruins remain for visitors to appreciate at Si Thep Historical Park.

There are plenty of hotels and resorts in Phetchabun. Some of them may come with a mountain view that you can enjoy from morning till sunset. 

Phu Hin Rong Kla – Phu Hin Rong Kla National Park covers Loei, Phitsanulok and Phetchabun Provinces of Thailand. The park landscape is generally dominated by beautiful mountainous terrain and involves in important history of war against Communism in Thailand.

Khao Kho – Known for its nice cool weather

Pha Daeng Wildlife Conservation – There is a viewpoint on the overhanging rock which is very popular for watching sunset.

Phu Tub Berk – it is the tallest mountain in Phetchabun where you can see a complex layers of mountain ranges from a cabbage field which cover the whole area

Wat Tri Phoom – A house of Phra Buddha Mahathammaracha buddha iamge

Wat Mahathat – This is an old temple which its outstanding lotus-shaped top, a Sukhothai style architecture.

Wat Phrathat Pha Son Kaew – The monastery situates in the middle of forest with beautiful pagoda.

Nam Nao National Park - A national attractions where many activities can be found

Tung Salang Luang National Park – The park is most beautiful in rainy season with colorful flower field

Si Thep Historical Park – It is an archeology site aged more than 1,000 years old

Kamnan Chul Farm – The farm is famous for agricultural products

Phetchabun Highland Agricultural Research and Development Center – the center offers wide ranges of beautiful high elevation and winter plants. Its area nice and scenic that it is named as Thailand’s little Switzerland. 

There is diversity of Phetchabun travel. The province provides natural tourism, history and cultural activities for tourists to enjoy such as hiking, brid watching, star gazing, and agricultural tourism. 

One advantage of traveling in Phetchabun is that you can have delicious meal at any attractions while indulging yourself with the impressive scenery. 

The numerous number of attractions in Phetchabun always has souvenirs to offer. Product with O-Top trademark are recommended. Crafts and agricultural products are also very interesting. 

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Phetchabun is very famous for its expertise in growing delicious tamarins. Anyway, there are also attractions for fulfilling a vacation time in the province.

Phetchabun is divided in to 11 districts which are Mueang Phetchabun, Lom Sak, Lom Kao, Wichian Buri, Si Thep, Nong Phai, Bueng Sam Phan, Khao Kho, Nam Nao, Wnag Pong, and Chon Dan district. 

Despite being farther south than neighboring Loei, Phetchabun is considered part of the north than the northeast or central regions of Thailand. That said, its topography is similar to that of Loei, as Phetchabun borders three regions of Thailand, the North, Central, and Northeast. The central part of Phetchabun province is in the Pa Sak River basin and contains mountain ranges running along both the western and eastern sectors.
Because of the fertility of the land, Phetchabun has always been an agriculturally productive area. The very name of the province derives from a name meaning “the land of crops and foods.” Today, Phetchabun is a province with rich tourism potential. Its climate is pleasant due to the mountainous and forested areas, and it has a rich history dating back more than 1,400 years.

Phetchabun is a province of rich tourism potential with attractions including Khao Kho National Park, which has been referred to as "Little Switzerland" because of its beautiful scenery and cool weather; Nam Nao National Park, which features a large number of wild animals that can be spotted while trekking; and Than Thip Waterfall, which is a popular place for swimming.
Phetchabun also features a rich history dating back more than 1,400 years, the height of which occurred after the 11th century when the city was a point of contact between the Dvaravati and Khmer Empires. The city was a prosperous center and a number of ruins remain for visitors to appreciate at Si Thep Historical Park.

There are plenty of hotels and resorts in Phetchabun. Some of them may come with a mountain view that you can enjoy from morning till sunset. 

Phu Hin Rong Kla – Phu Hin Rong Kla National Park covers Loei, Phitsanulok and Phetchabun Provinces of Thailand. The park landscape is generally dominated by beautiful mountainous terrain and involves in important history of war against Communism in Thailand.

Khao Kho – Known for its nice cool weather

Pha Daeng Wildlife Conservation – There is a viewpoint on the overhanging rock which is very popular for watching sunset.

Phu Tub Berk – it is the tallest mountain in Phetchabun where you can see a complex layers of mountain ranges from a cabbage field which cover the whole area

Wat Tri Phoom – A house of Phra Buddha Mahathammaracha buddha iamge

Wat Mahathat – This is an old temple which its outstanding lotus-shaped top, a Sukhothai style architecture.

Wat Phrathat Pha Son Kaew – The monastery situates in the middle of forest with beautiful pagoda.

Nam Nao National Park - A national attractions where many activities can be found

Tung Salang Luang National Park – The park is most beautiful in rainy season with colorful flower field

Si Thep Historical Park – It is an archeology site aged more than 1,000 years old

Kamnan Chul Farm – The farm is famous for agricultural products

Phetchabun Highland Agricultural Research and Development Center – the center offers wide ranges of beautiful high elevation and winter plants. Its area nice and scenic that it is named as Thailand’s little Switzerland. 

There is diversity of Phetchabun travel. The province provides natural tourism, history and cultural activities for tourists to enjoy such as hiking, brid watching, star gazing, and agricultural tourism. 

One advantage of traveling in Phetchabun is that you can have delicious meal at any attractions while indulging yourself with the impressive scenery. 

The numerous number of attractions in Phetchabun always has souvenirs to offer. Product with O-Top trademark are recommended. Crafts and agricultural products are also very interesting.