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Nonthaburi Province

About Nonthaburi,
Distance from Bangkok to Nonthaburi = 27.7 Kilometre (17 Miles)


Nonthaburi Province is a province in Thailand that can be found in the middle of the country. Its official name is Changwat Nonthaburi. It is surrounded by Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya Province, Pathum Thani Province, Bangkok, and Nakhon Pathom Province. The total land area of the province measures 622.3 square kilometers.  

Nonthaburi is a location that is quite close to Bangkok and is known as a popular tourist destination due to the fact that it is home to a lot of historical monuments, temples, and parks.

Travel Attractions in Nonthaburi Province

Wat Chaloem Phra Kiat Worawihan
The temple holds the distinction of being the second-highest ranking royal temple in the province. It was constructed in 1849 by King Nangklao (Rama III), who wanted to dedicate it to his mother, Queen Consort Sri Sulalai, as well as his grandparents, who lived in this area at the time. 

This temple is distinguished from others in Thailand by having reinforced border walls, similar to those that surround the Grand Palace. This feature gives this temple its distinctive quality. 

Wat Sangkatan
Wat Sangkatan is an old temple. It is generally accepted that the name "Wat Sarikho" was once used for it. Towards the close of the Ayutthaya era, it was constructed. In the past, it was an abandoned temple situated in the center of the local orchard with only one ancient cement Buddha image known as "Laung Pho Toh." 

Luang Phor Toh was driven by a strong desire to acquire a deeper understanding of the Dhamma taught by Lord Buddha and the magical arts. He is the most well-known modern-day guru monk for the production of Phra Pidta's, which are renowned for their extraordinary effectiveness, particularly in kaew Klad.

Koh Kret
Koh Kret is a teeny-tiny island that can be found in the middle of the Chao Phraya River in Thailand's Nonthaburi Province. It is a well-known location for tourists because to the traditional Thai pottery that is sold there as well as the laid-back environment. 

The Museum Of Nonthaburi
The Nonthaburi Museum is a local learning and resource center that plays a key role in preserving the city's character. The museum is located close to the Nonthaburi Pier. The structure was previously home to the city hall. The use of teak wood in the construction of this historic building adds greatly to the building's value as an architectural specimen. 


Local Product Nonthaburi

The city of Nonthaburi is famous for producing durian, which is one of the most well-liked fruits in all of Thailand.

The island of Koh Kret in Nonthaburi is well-known for the traditional Thai ceramics that can be found there.

The city of Nonthaburi is home to a variety of handicrafts, like as silk weaving, wood carving, and metallurgy.

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