a geographical location in the Lower North of Thailand. (Located between
Central and the Northeast)
Physical characteristics as wetlands a belly pan. Consists of mountains,
forests and plains alternating.
Area looks down slope from north to south. North high mountains. The central
plains and the mountains are flanked
on both sides together to look like a horseshoe shaped . Pa Sak River
is the major river flowing from Loei via Phetchabun,
Lopburi, Saraburi into the Chao Phraya River at Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya,
resulting in areas with many natural resources.
Soil fertility conditions suitable for agricultural cultivation. As well
as promoting factors of human settlement from the past
to the present, prosperous and have since prehistoric times. As a major
city in Sukhothai and Ayutthaya continued until the
area changed and divided several times, have been improvement and development.
Until now, Phetchabun has
potential in tourism and has been highly appreciated.
is administratively divided into the following districts :
Muang, Lom Sak, Lom Kao, Chon Daen, Nong Phai, Wichian Buri,
Si Thep, Bueng Sam Phan, Wang Pong, Nam Nao and Khao Kho.
|How to go
How to go
Daily air conditioned
bus services of Phet Tour (17 trips/day, Tel 0 2936 3230) and the Transport
(12 trips/day, Tel 0 2936 8522) are available from Bangkok at the Northern
Bus Terminal to Phetchabun.
The tourists can rent local motorcycle or minibus to visit all attractions
Where to stay
Hotel - Resort
-Kosit Hill Hotel Tel 056 743 642-5
-Burapha Hotel Tel 056 71115
-Phetchabun Hotel Tel 056 711 348
-Phet Hotel Tel 056 711 275
: Khao Kho District
-Imperial Phukaew Hill Resort Tel 056 750 056-60
-Rai Chan Ram Resort Tel 056 728 050-1
-Ban Noen Nam Tel 087 943 4473-8
: Lom Sak District
-Lom Sak Nattirat Grand Hotel Tel 056 745 021
:Home Stay and Tent are serviced at all attractions in all districts.
Tourism Association of
Tel 056 737 094-5
Local Tourism and Guide Club
Phetchabun Rajabhat University
Tel 087 943 4738
Tourism Authority of Thailand, Northern Office, Region 3.
Tel 055 252 742-3