Nakhon Sawan Province

Considered as the doorway of the north, Nakhon Sawan Province, or Paknam Pho, is an ancient city situated in the north-central part of Thailand, 240 km from Bangkok.

Due to its pristine natural beauty, this rich cultural history region is considered as the heavenly abode of Gods.¬†Located, is an important city where four streams, Ping, Wang, Yom, and Nan converge and form the Chao Phraya River, the most important waterway of Thailand. Nakhon Sawan has many scenic attractions and is noted for its large marsh area “Bung Boraphet”.

Things to do in Nakhon Sawan Province


Wat Chom Khiri Nak Phrot

Wat Chom Khiri Nak Phrot

Wat Chom Khiri Nak Phrot or Wat Khao is located on top of Buat Nak Mountain, between the Chiraprawat Camp and the Dechatiwong Bridge. From the heights, you can view…

Wat Wachirakanlaya, Nakhon Sawan

Wat Wachirakanlaya, Nakhon Sawan

Located half-way up the hill where the pagoda of Wat Khiri Wong sits on the top, Wat Wachira Kanlaya in Nakhon Sawan was built in 1982. The temple overlooks the…

Nakhon Sawan Park

Nakhon Sawan Park

Sawan Park is in Nakhon Sawan Municipality beside the Asian Highway. It was originally a large swamp with an area of 502,400 square meters called Nong Som Bun. It was…

Bueng Boraphet, Nakhon Sawan

Bueng Boraphet, Nakhon Sawan

Bueng Boraphet is the largest freshwater swamp in Thailand. It has an area of around 212 square kilometers. It covers parts of Amphoe Mueang, Amphoe Tha Tako and Amphoe Chum…