Khampangphet Province Information is in the lower northern part of Thailand. The west is a complex mountain and the water source of streams such as Khlong Mak Mak, Wang Chao Canal, Khlong Khlung and Khlong Chaeng, which flows into the Ping River. Is an important river that flows through the central area of the province from the northernmost to the south.
Kamphaeng Phet is the location of the old city. Which appears in Thai history not less than 600 years, used to be part of the Sukhothai Kingdom Has a status as a royal city And is an important strategic outpost The city walls and fortresses were built very strong. And still remain traces until now From historical evidence Before the city of Kamphaeng Phet used to have an old town before, 2 cities were Chakangrao located on the left bank of the Ping River And Nakhon Chum city Located on the right bank of the Ping River And opposite the old town of Kamphaeng Phet Therefore is a city of cultural history The Wall Pesh Historical Park has been honored as a World Heritage Site in 1991 and still has natural attractions that are complete including forests, birds, animals such as Mae Wong National Park. Khlong Lan National Park And Khlong Wang Chao National Park Allowing tourists to appreciate the beauty as well.
How to get there:
- By Cars: from Bangkok, take Highway No. 32, passing Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya, Ang Thong, Sing Buri, Chainat and Nakhon Sawan. Enter Highway No. 1 to Kamphaeng Phet Province for a total distance of 358 kilometers.
- By Bus: Transport Company Limited operates Bangkok – Kamphaeng Phet daily. For more information, please contact the Northern Bus Terminal, Kamphaeng Phet Road and Telphone: Kamphaeng Phet Bus Station 0 558 073