Phetchaburi, one of the oldest province in Thailand. To full day tour bring you to visit the Royal Heritage Phara Nakhonkhiri, Maruka Thai Yawan Palace and many beautiful ancient temple.
Depart for Petchaburi City, a charming historic town sitting astride the main road to Southern Thailand has a number of temples with strong connections to the former capital of Ayutthaya. Some of the best examples of Ayutthaya’s mural paintings can be found here. However, the glorious palace now a national museum, which sits on a hilltop overlooking the town, is a breath-taking place to visit.Then visit fresh market, where you can see many kind of ingredient of Thai food and also fresh fruit.
Continue to the center of Petchaburi, the unmistakable prang (Khmer-style tower monument) of Wat Mahathat. It’s nonetheless stylistically influenced by the Ayutthaya period and its architectural interest belies its comparative lack of years. The towering central prang rises from the middle of a cloister lined with Buddha images, and is surrounded by smaller prangs each with a small chapel.
Visit Phara Nakhonkhiri, continue our journey by cable car to the beautiful summer palace of King Rama VI, also the setting of the famous movie ‘The King and I’. We see the Royal Heritage in the palace museum and admire the spectacular view from the observatory.
Our journey continues to Khao Luang Cave, which houses not less than 170 Buddha Images. From there, we visit a stucco-art-decorated temple.
Lunch at local restaurant.
Visit The Maruka Thai Yawan Palace (Place of love & hope ). Designed by King Rama VI, and completed in 1924. Spend time walking around the beautiful Teakwood Palace, now restored to its former glory.