3 Days Unknown Thailand
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Unknown Thailand

3 Days

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One of our most popular 3-days trips will take you to the provinces in the North of Bangkok – Uthai Thani and Nakorn Sawan. You will experience a “complex nature & culture experience” as this trip will take you trough ancient market, tropical forest, cave and lake, ethnic Karen and Lao villages, “crystal temple” and Unesco site – Ayutthaya. You will enjoy relaxing atmosphere on the rice barge ride, observing rural life on the river bank and will be surprised by nature wonder of Uthai Thani Province – Huppatad Cave, which dates back to the time of “Jurassic Park”.

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The Crystal Temple

This temple is known as Wat Jantraram or Wat Tha Sung and is very popular among tourists for the unique beauty. On the outside, the temple is white and look just like many other temples however the gem of this temple is the interior. The interior prove the temple to be worthy of the name ‘Crystal Temple’ or ‘Glass Temple’. Built with glass as decorations, wall and columns of the interior reflects light and makes shiny glittering light everywhere you look. Located in underrated provinces, Uthai Thani, you will find that this temple is still well hidden from mass tourists.

Hup Pa Thad Cave

Hup Pa Thad is one of the most visited destinations in Uthai Thani. This cave gives out pre-historic atmosphere as you climb through the rocky path and amazed by plants you have never seen. Surrounded by limestone mountain, the cave is well preserved for many types of plant including the great Excoecaria, a close relative of the Old World Tropics. Those who has visited this cave willingly call it “Jurassic Park”.

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Bueng Boraphet

The greatest place for water birds sighting in Thailand is just two and a half hours drive from Bangkok. Coming at the right season, you will not only enjoy smooth boat ride for local birds and lotus sightseeing but also migrating birds. This wetland destination became popular with the sighting of the rare White-eyed River Martin that however has not been sighted since 1980.