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Petchaburi Temple and Palace

Petchaburi Temple and Palace


09:00               Pick up from the hotel in Cha-An or Hua-Hin for Petchaburi Town

Visit Khao Luang Cave is regarded as the Largest and most important cave in the province. It was often frequented by the royal family as a meditation and picnic spot since the reign of King Rama IV (mid-19th century).The cave chamber lies about 90ft below ground and has numerous openings in the ceiling that allow for natural lighting. The limestone cave is decorated with beautiful stalactites and stalagmites, and more than 180 Buddha statues are scattered around the cave’s 3 main chambers. Of these, the most impressive are the 12ft high Buddha image and the 16ft Reclining Buddha, both cast under the royal command of King Rama V.

Visit Phra Nakhon Khiri (known as Khao Wang), a summer palace that sprawls across a forested hillside overlooking the city.

Built in 1858 by King Mongkut (Rama IV) as a summer retreat for the royal family (and foreign dignitaries), the palace and the surrounding temples, guesthouses and shrines combine Thai, European and Chinese architectural styles.

12:00               Lunch at local restaurant

Visit Maruekatayawan Palace is one of the oldest and most attractive royal palaces in Thailand. The Maruekatayawan Palace was constructed by His Majesty King Vajiravudh (Rama VI) in 1932 as a Palace where he could full relax in great comfort amid a naturally serene atmosphere. The architectural design of the raised-floor wooden palace, with its three sections facing the sea was drafted by the Monarch himself. Following the completion of the interior decoration I 1924, the king gave it his first visit and stay. His last visit to this seaside palace was made only a few months before his demise in 1925.

Visit Plearnwarn is Thailand’s first Eco Vintage Village on an open lawn area with a two-storey wooden building around. It reminds a live museum and the vintage settings and decorations based on the villages of previous generations. Plearnwarn aims to be a center for people to learn and experience Hua Hin’s of the past. There is restaurant, coffeeshop, clothes shop, candy shop and liquor shop from the past.


15:00               Return to the hotel.

16:00               Arrive to the hotel.


Remarks:        Palace and Temples are sacred places, please dress politely. No Shorts, no sleeveless shirts.  Hat, cap and umbrella may helpful. 

                        Certain buildings may close on holiday and during Royal Ceremonies.

                        Camera may not used in the buildings. Wear any comfort walking shoes. (Easy to put on and off)





No. of person

1 - person

2 – 3 person

4 – 5 person

6 person up








-  Transportation

-  All admission fees as in the itinerary

-  English Speaking Guide

-  Lunch



-  Personal expenses

-  Tips for guide and driver


Child Policy:

-  For children less than 2 years old will be Free of charge

-  For children 2-6 years old will be charged as child rate

-  For children over 6 years old will be charged as adult rate