Kamphaeng Phet Historical Park, Kamphaeng Phet

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Ruin Religious Site
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • I Love this park. There are two parts to the park the first is outside the palace mainly where the monks lived. Some of the monuments here are very impressive and really show the impressive use of mat...  more »
  • If you have never been to Angor Wat....then this place will be awesome! Historical ruins of temples (not like all the other Thai temples which are all relatively the same) spread over an entire city. ...  more »
  • A really nice walk that i highly recommend. Cost 100 bath but you can go up on the monuments or just relax in the grass :) easy to find and when i was there they had a market just next to it :)  more »
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  • The greatest place to visit in Thailand (in my personal opinion of living in Thailand for two years). But bring your own transportation, because the bikes are really broken down. Please take lots of time to see and enjoy everything!
  • Amazing historical park. It's just beautiful and there is a complete lack of crowds. The scale of the place is very manageable. We visited as an alternative to Sukhothai and feel it was a good decision.
  • Nice, but Sukothai is the best. The city is peaceful and nice, if have time, staying at this city and visiting the park would be a good choice.
  • Such Ancient Ruins and Some are Still in good Shape
  • The Ping River courses through the KamphaengPhet Park, a UNESCO-recognized World Heritage Site which is comprised of a diverse array of ancient monuments. A common aesthetic runs through the various ruins, which include temples, pagodas and fallen towns, resulting in a beautiful blend of contemporary Sukhothai and Ayutthaya styles. The park is approximately 5 kilometers away from KamphaengPhet town. Admission is 100 baht a person and an additional fee of 50 baht a car will be charged for visitors driving a personal car.