Uthai Thani Province

Khao Sakae Krang, a replica of of Buddha's footprint, Uthai Thani

Uthai Thani, one of the truly unseen Provinces of Thailand, is situated in the lower part of the northern region.

Located 250 km North of Bangkok, Uthai Thani consisting of forests and mountains, it is abundant in natural resources and wildlife, a truly unspoiled natural tourist destinations that are of interest to tourist everywhere.

It is also where provincial trading has flourished. Life revolving around the Sakae Krang River eventually grew from a community into the major province.

Thai: จังหวัดอุทัยธานี Neighboring Provinces: Nakhon Sawan, Chai Nat, Suphan Buri, Kanchanaburi and Tak, Central Thailand.

 

Things to do in Uthai Thani Province


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