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Ratchaburi Province

About Ratchaburi

Damnoen Saduak Floating Market

Ratchaburi is a province in central Thailand to the west of Bangkok,, Province of Ratchaburi The home of the renowned Ban Rai weaving cloth, also known as the loincloth, and the lacquered jars decorated with dragons. 

The pottery industry and local weaving handicrafts are only two examples of the many ways in which Ratchaburi's history, society, and culture can be traced back to the city.

Travel Attractions Ratchaburi Province

Damnoen Saduak Floating Market
It's a canal-based market where vendors use boats to peddle their items, as is customary in Thailand. You can get some fantastic gifts, local products, and authentic Thai cuisine at the market. It's also a fantastic location in which to shoot photographs and learn about Thai tradition. 

Khao Ngu Stone Park
The Khao Ngu Stone Park is a well-known attraction for visitors to the Ratchaburi Province area. The park is well-known for the distinctive rock formations that it contains, which are the result of erosion that occurred over a period of millions of years. A natural sculpture garden has been created using rocks of varying sizes and shapes that have been arranged in various patterns. 

Chompol Cave
Stalactites, stalagmites, and columns are just few of the unique types of rock formations that can be seen inside "Chompol Cave". Stalactites are produced when water seeps through the cave ceiling and deposits minerals over a period of time; this results in the formation of stalactites. The formation of the stalagmites is caused by water that seeps through the cave floor and deposits minerals over a long period of time. Stalactites and stalagmites come together to create the columns when they come into contact with one another.

Alpaca Hill
Located in Thailand's Ratchaburi Province's Suan Phueng District, Alpaca Hill is both a petting zoo and animal farm. Over a hundred alpacas and other creatures including llamas, rabbits, and guinea pigs call this farm home. Animals are available for visitors to feed, pet, and take photographs with. The farm also hosts a number of animal-related educational events.

Local Product Ratchaburi Province

Dragon Pots
Jars constructed of handmade earthenware called "Dragon Pots" are traditionally produced in the province of Ratchaburi in Thailand. They are created from the yellow-brown clay that is found locally and embellished with a dragon pattern that has been embossed. The jars were traditionally employed for the storage of water, but more recently they have found widespread application in the realm of home decoration.

Basic information about Ratchaburi Province

  • Area: 5,196 Square Kilometer
  • Area Code: (+66) 32
  • District: 10 Districts
  • Symbol Tree: Cassia bakeriana
  • Distance from Bangkok to Ratcharburi Province = 106 Kilometre (65.86 Miles)
  • Neighbouring Province: Kanchanaburi, Nakhon Pathom, Samut Sakhon, Samut Songkhram and Phetchaburi

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