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Dating back to the 8th century, this city is known to have the oldest settlements of Thailand. The city is situated on River Phet, and is home to some beautiful temples and the famous Royal Palace. Phetchaburi is more of a working agricultural city and not very popular as a tourist spot, however, there's a lot to see for the visitors too.
If you're looking for history, architecture, nature and food, all in one destination, Phetchaburi fulfils that. Also known as the Diamond City, this city is located on the gorgeous Phet River. Whether you want to stroll around the bustling markets or you're a history and art buff for the numerous temples, this city offers you every niche you could think of. Known mainly for its agriculture, there are many rice paddies, salt farms and fishing villages here.
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A bus or a mini bus is the most preferred way to travel from Bangkok to Phetchaburi. It's cheap and comfortable. Taxi is another option too. (Read More)