Phetchaburi Palace

One hour drive north to the provincial capital of Phetchaburi to visit Khao Wang (Palace Hill). The Summer Residence of King Mongkut (Rama IV) who loved the area so much that he constructed a palace where he could stay during his numerous trips to the area and he also built a tower for his astronomical observations. The palace was constructed in 1860 and the hill became known locally as Khao Wang (Palace Hill). Built in a mainly European style with Thai and Chinese influence, the palace dominates the three peaks of the hill.

Explore Khao Luang Cave housing more than 200 Buddha statues, beautiful stalagmites and stalagmites. Then proceed to admire the Khmer architecture at Wat Mahathat. Lunch and refreshments will be serve before returning back to hotel.

• Lunch & Refreshment

• Cable Car

• Enterance Fee

• Travel Insurance

• English Speaking Guide

Available departures

This is a daily tour.

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