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:: General Information

   Covering some 105,815 square kilometers, Phitsanulok is 377 kilometers north of Bangkok. It borders Uttaradit Province on the North, Phichit Province on the South, Loei and Phetchabun Provinces on the East, and Kamphaeng Phet and Sukhothai Provinces on the West. Situated on a strategic location dividing Thailands Central and Northern regions, and connecting to the Northeastern region, Phitsanulok is undeniably an important hub and an ideal base for travelers wishing to explore the lower North and western Northeast. Phitsanulok, however, is not just a stopover for tourists, but is a province with promising tourism opportunities.

   Phitsanulok City spans the banks of Maenam Nan and has Maenam Kwae Noi running through it. Therefore, it is locally known and historically referred to as Song Kwae City (song means two and kwae means a river). Most of Phitsanulok's terrain is flatlands, with one third of the area being mountain ranges on the north and the east. Its unique natural endowments including natural parks and waterfalls make a trip to Phitsanulok worthwhile.

   Apart from its exceptional natural charisma, Phitsanulok provides visitors with an opportunity to explore notable chapters of Thailand's history. For example, remains of an ancient community dating back between 2,000-4,000 years, including old stone axes, was found here. In addition, the old temple of Wat Chula Mani, situated 5 kilometers south of the city, was built even before the Sukhothai Kingdom burst into power.

   Phitsanulok prospered along with the powerful Sukhothai (1238-1378) and Ayutthaya (1350 1767) Kingdoms. In particular, it played a strategic role in the Ayutthaya era when it had become the Kingdoms royal capital for 25 years during the reign of King Borom Trailokanat.

   Phitsanulok is also the birthplace of King Naresuan the Great (reigned 1590-1605) the legendary King who declared Ayutthayas independence from Burma in 1584. King Naresuan the Great is known for his victorious and honorable single hand combat on elephant back Yutthahatti against a Burmese Crown Prince. His heroic power and strong dedication to expelling the invaders from his motherland saved the country, and truly united the Kingdom which later was known as Siam and currently known as Thailand.

   Phitsanulok was also a strategic location for other Ayutthaya Kings as it was a major center for military recruitment and a training camp when Ayutthaya waged wars with Burma.


:: Festivals

Long-tailed Boat Races

The traditional Long-tailed Boat Races are usually held in October when the Nan River is full. The fair is held in front of Wat Phra Si Ratanamahathat. Robes are placed over the Phra Buddha Chinarat, and there are contests of boat processions and races with scores of boats.


:: Local Products

 Kluai Tak (dried bananas)

Preserved bananas famous for their distinct sweet taste and soft texture. Available for sale in the kiosks around Wat Yai.

 Mi Sua (rice noodles)

These noodles are produced in a traditional way and are available in all shops of the towns



:: Amphoe Bang Kaeo
Bang Kaeo Dog Farm
 The Bang Kaeo Dog Farm specialises in raising the Bang Kaeo breed of dogs. The Bang Kaeo is a mixed breed of wild and domesticated canines.Characteristically, their mouths and tails look similar to those of jackals. They are noted for their devotion to their owners.  Bang Kaeo dogs do not come cheap.
:: Amphoe Chat Trakan
 Namtok Chat Trakan National Park

Located in Khao Ya Puk, approximately 145 kilometers from the city, Namtok Chat Trakan National Park occupies a total area of 146,875 rai of land (equivalent to 58,750 acres). This is the location of the famous 7-tiered waterfall which cascades down high mountain cliffs which have traces of carvings of pre-historic symbol. In addition, there is a beach and a pond suitable for swimming situated just in front of the waterfalls lowest tier.


To get to the national park take Highway No. 12 to Ban Yang. At Km. 68, turn left onto route No. 2013 which leads to Nakhon Thai District. Then proceed on route No. 1143 to Chat Trakan District. Alternatively, you can take a bus from Phitsanulok. It departs 7 times a day: 6.00 a.m., 7.20 a.m., 9.30 a.m., 11.30 a.m., 3.20 p.m. and 4.30 p.m. Visitors may camp out in the park with permission from the park officials. Call 05 523 7028 or email

 Phu Soi Dao National Park

Phu Soi Dao National Park is located in both Chat Trakan district of Phitsanulok Province and Nam Pard District of Uttaradit Province. Occupying a total area of 48,962.5 rai of land (equivalent to 58,750 acres), the park stretches along the Thai-Laos border with the highest peak measured at 2,102 meters above sea level. The climate park is cool throughout the year and visitors are able to see several species of wild flowers.


One of the most distinctive features of the park is the savanna field amidst the dense pine trees. Another attraction worth visiting is the five-tiered Namtok Phu Soi Dao which is located quite near to the park office. Larn Paa Son which can be reached in 4-5 hours via mountainous trails is also a highly recommended place for an overnight stay. In addition, Namtok Sai Tip, the next waterfall on the way, is a place where visitors can marvel at moss and lichen covered cliff. Advanced notice to Park Officers is required and highly recommended. Call 05 541 9234-5 or email for more camping and travel information.


How to get to Phu Soi Dao


From Phitsanulok


By Car: take the Phitsanulok - Wat Bot - Ban Pong Cae - Chat Trakan - Phu Soi Dao route where the total distance is 177 kilometers. Alternatively, take the Phitsanulok - Nakhon Thai - Chat Trakan - Phu Soi Dao route where a total distance of 154 kilometers.


By Bus: there are buses departing from the city at 6.00 a.m., 7.20 a.m., 9.30 a.m., 11.30 a.m., 12.50 p.m. and 4.30 p.m.

:: Amphoe Nakhon Thai
Kaeng Chet Khwae National Park

Located in Amphoe Wang Thong, Nakorn Thai District, the park covers an area of 136,250 rai of land. The terrain is mainly covered by lush forests with mountain ranges raising 100 to 645 meters above sea level. Attractions include Namtok Kaeng Bua Kam: a 5-tiered waterfall, Namtok Phu Daeng Ron, Namtok Huay Plu, Larn Mapha Dua view point, and Ban Nong Hin view point.


To reach the national park drive along Highway No. 12 from the city for 6 kilometers, then turn left onto Highway No. 11 (Phitsanulok - Uttaradit). Proceed for another 25 kilometers to Ban Nakam, then turn right and drive for approximately 9 kilometers. Upon reaching Ban Kaeng Ched Kwae School, turn right and drive along the road for 300 meters to the entrance on the left. Accommodations are available. Contact Kaeng Ched Kwae National Park Office (temporary) National Park Guard Unit (Phu Daeng Ron) Ban Huay Plu ,Sup Prai Wan,Wang Thong District, Phitsanulok 65130 or email

Phu Hin Rong Kla National Park

Phu Hin Rong Kla is a distinctive national park with a unique mixture of scenic attractions and historical sites. It was once the stage of armed conflicts between two extreme political ideologies. The Park covers a total area of 191,875 rai of land (76,750 acres) and is approximately 130 kilometers from Phitsanulok city. It can be reached by taking Highway No. 12 and turning left at Km.68 marker into Highway No. 2013, a road leading to Nakhon Thai District.


The park area is mainly covered with lush green forests, several awesome waterfalls, and a vast plain of rocks with cracks scattered all around. The highest point of the park is 1,617 meters above sea level. Here, rock formations are naturally formed into different shapes beyond your wildest imagination. Some rocky grounds have deep splits (Lan Hin Taek), while others have uneven formations.


Apart from natural attractions, the park offers opportunities to explore many of its historical sites that tell the story of national political conflicts.

Because Phu Hin Rong Kla was the strategic headquarters of the Communist Party of Thailand (CPT) during 1967 to 1982, the area was declared as a red area by the Thai government. For nearly two decades, the site had become a strategic battlefield between the Royal Thai Army and the CPT. Phu Hin Rong Kla was the perfect location for the CPT to fight the military. Its remote, closed mountainous area was superb for an elusive defense. It was not until 1982 that the conflict was overcome when the government granted amnesty to all the students who had joined the CPT. In 1984, Phu Hin Rong Kla was declared a National Park.

During the CPT's golden era, a hospital, a school of political and political tactics, living quarters, an air-raid shelter and other necessary facilities were set up. Today, visitors to Phu Hin Rong Kla can travel along the parks main road to witness the remains of a rustic meeting hall, the political school, and the administration building.


There is also a trail leading to Lan Hin Pum, an area of jutting rocks that the CPT used as an air-raid shelter. From the spot, it is possible to see the remains of the CPT headquarters with a small museum displaying some CPT weapons and medical instruments. Follow another trail to Pha Chu Thong, the cliff where a red flag was raise when the CPT gained a victory.


Tourists or visitors wishing to stay overnight are advised to make advance reservations at the National Park Division, Forestry Department tel. 05 523 3527 or 02 561 4292, or email Accommodations and tents are available.

:: Amphoe Wang Thong
 Namtok Kaeng Song

Located at Km. 45 along the Highway, the waterfall, which is slightly bigger than Namtok Wang Nok An, is set against a mountainous backdrop.

 Namtok Kaeng Sopha

This waterfall, Phitsanulok's largest, is located 2 kilometers off of Km. 70 marker along Highway No. 12. It is possible to walk around and explore the rocky surroundings especially during the dry season. This 2-tiered waterfall cascades down the steep cliffs to the rocks below providing a different ambience for every season.

 Namtok Poi

To get to this waterfall, take Highway No. 12 until reaching markers at Kms. 59 60, turn right and proceed for another 2 kilometers. The surrounding area is suitable for recreation and relaxation activities.

 Namtok Wang Nok Aen (Sakunothayan Botanical Garden)

Situated only one kilometre off of the main highway at Km. 33 marker the parks name was granted by H.M. the King during his tour to the North in 1958. Within the park is Namtok Wang Nok Aen, a 10-meter high waterfall, that cascades down the rock with strong currents that have gradually shaped the stones into the most unique formations.

 Thung Salaeng Luang National Park

Against a backdrop of high mountain ranges is the Savannah-type grassland of Thung Salaeng Luang. Covering an area of 16 square kilometres, the park is naturally endowed with pine trees and wild flowers which blossom in virgin jungles. The parks mountain ranges are watersheds of several streams which are a source of the famous Maenam Nan. Its area spreads across Phitsanulok and Phetchabun provinces.


The park headquarters located at Km. 80 on Highway No. 12 is where information on the park and accommodations can be obtained. Most of the park's attractions are superb for trekking. The route starts from the sub-office at Ban Nong Mae Na (off Highway No.12 at Km. 100 marker) to Khao Kho.


The route allows visitors to enjoy the marvelous scenery of Thung Salaeng Luang and Thung Phaya grassland hemmed in by pine trees and lush forests. Another attraction along the way is Thung Non Son, a flatland located on top of the mountain, at the heart of the park. It is famous for its wild flowers which are in their full bloom from October through December. The flatland is accessible through a 16 kilometers clay road and a walking route of 15 kilometers from Ban Nong Mae Na. There is also a study trail at the Mae Na park station which is superb for exploring the entire ecological system of the park.


Kaeng Wang Nam Yen a 50 meter x 100 meter wide rapid, suitable for white-water rafting, is located about 5 kilometers from Nong Mae Na station.

Visitors who wish to stay overnight in the park are required to make arrangements with the park rangers in advance. Call 05 526 8019 or email for more details.

 Whitewater rafting

An exciting activity, visitors are provided with a truly unique experience while whitewater rafting especially with the refreshing natural scenery along Maenam Kek in Wang Thong District. The entire trip takes only 2.5 hours to complete. The best time to go downstream is between June and October. Reservations can be made at your hotel or at any resorts located along Highway No. 12 .

:: Amphur Muang
 Art & Culture Gallery, Naresuan University (Sanambin Campus)

The Gallery is established with an aim to promote and preserve Thai arts and culture. Located at the resource centre on Sanam Bin Rd., the Gallery is divided into 3 sections including;


Art Gallery: over 100 masterpieces of renowned Thai artists such as: Chuan Leakpai (Thailand's former Prime Minister), Sawasdi Tantisuk (National Artist in visual Arts field), Phun Ketchamrat (National Artist in visual Arts field), Priyuan Aruchata (National Artist in visual Arts field), Pratuang Emjaroen, Chavalit Saemprungsuk, Chung Moonphinit and Chalermchai Khosipipat are on display.

Museum: Under the concept, "The Way of Life of The People in the Lower North", more than 500 handicrafts including household utensils, agricultural tools and manuscripts are exhibited.

Database: provided to promote the study of the Lower North, Thai classical dance and music.

The gallery is open daily from 9.00 a.m. to 6.00 p.m.

For more information contact tel: (055) 230720, 259404
fax: (055) 261080, or email

 Buranathai Buddha Casting Foundry

Located opposite the Sgt. Maj. Dr. Thavis Museum is a small bronze Buddha image casting foundry, which is the only of its kind in the province. The foundry allows visitors with the opportunity to witness skilled craftspersons working on the reproduction of Phra Buddha Chinnarat images. It is possible to actually walk along the production line to see the whole bronze-casting process. In addition, huge Buddha images are also cast here. The foundry is open on Wednesday through Sunday from 8.30 a.m. to 4.30 p.m.

 Chan Palace

The birthplace and a resident of King Naresuan the Great, Chan Palace is located in the compound of Phitsanulok Phittayakom School. At present, the site is being excavated and the entire palace will be restored as a future historical attraction.

 City tour by tricycle

Usually taken at night, visitors can see the city from a different perspective when on the tricycle. The trip will pass the commercial part of town, markets and ancient places. Chauffeur services are available. Reservations can be made at local hotels.

 City Walls and Moats of Phitsanulok

The city walls of Phitsanulok were made of clay similar to those of the Sukhothai era. The walls were built at the command of King Borom Trailokanat of Ayutthaya to prevent attacks from both the Lanna and Burmese Kingdoms. It was not until King Rama I of the Rattanakosin era that the walls were destroyed. The demolition was undertaken to prevent enemies using the city walls as shelter for their troops.


Today, the remaining walls can be seen in the area of Wat Noi and Phitsanulok Police Station. City Moats are 12 metres wide and are visible in the western area of the city parallel to Phra Ruang Road.

 House Boat

The house boat serves as a signature of Phitsanulok. From north to south along both sides of  Nan River, house boats and rafts are lined up, creating a unique perspective for tourists. In addition to the display of the typical Phitsanulok way of life emphasis is placed on the strong connection between man and the river. Hardly seen anywhere else in the Northern region, the house boat represents the serene ambience of a united community.

 Nan Riverside Park and Boathouse Museum

The park, which was built by Phitsanulok Municipality in 2002, is situated in the middle of the town, on the eastern bank of Nan river. Inside the park, is a Boathouse Museum showcasing the daily life of people living in boathouses.


*Admission is free.

 Sgt. Maj. Dr. Thavi Folkore Museum

This is definitely the place for those wishing to learn more about the Thai lifestyle. Step inside a group of Thai pavilions and explore a private collection of antique items representing Thai rural life. They include indigenous arts, pottery, farming and trapping equipment and household items. Old photographs revealing Phitsanulok's good old days are also on display.


The museum was established by Sgt. Maj. Dr. Thavi Buranakhate, who is recognized as a leader in the area of sculpture and indigenous art preservation. He is renowned for his knowledge on Northern Thai folklore. In addition, he is the owner of a Buddha Casting Foundry located just opposite the museum.

The Folklore Museum received the Excellence in Tourism Award from the Tourism Authority of Thailand in 1998 and is located on Wisutkasat Road (Sanam Bin Road), approximately 5 kilometers from the town center. The museum is open on Wednesdays through Sundays from 8.30 a.m. to 4.30 p.m.

 Shrine of King Naresuan the Great

Located on the other side of Maenam Nan, opposite the main town, the Shrine of King Naresuan the Great is in the compound of Phitsanulok Phittayakom School. The Shrine was built in 1961 at the site of the Chan Palace where King Naresuan the Great was born and raised. The Shrine represents the Thais utmost respect to their beloved King who liberated the nation from Burmese power.

Within the Shrine is a seated image of King Naresuan the Great pouring water from a golden container symbolizing the declaration of Ayutthaya's independence from Myanmar.


To reach the site from the city, pass through Naresuan Bridge and turn right at the foot of the bridge, drive for another 200 meters and turn left to enter the road along Maenam Nan, then proceed for another 700 meters.

 Aranyik Temple (Wat Aranyik)

This is a Sukhothai-era temple located in the same vicinity which is surrounded by moats.

 Chedi Yot Thong Temple (Wat Chedi Yot Thong)

Located on Phaya Suea Road, outside Phitsanulok walls, Wat Chedi Yot Thong is the only temple in the province that has a lotus bud-shaped Chedi in the original Sukhothai style.

 Chula Mani Temple (Wat Chula Mani)
Located approximately 5 kilometers from town on the east bank of Nan river, Wat Chula Mani is the oldest temple in town. It was built prior to the Sukhothai era and was once the spot where the original town was located. Wat Chula Mani is a temple with long history. King Borom Trailokanat of Ayutthaya and 2,000 of his followers were ordained as monks at this temple in 1416. The Khmer-style pagoda attracts students and archaeologists to explore the beautiful, intricate swan design. Moreover, the Mondop contains a Holy Footprint and an inscription stone built by King Narai the Great of Ayutthaya.
 Nang Phaya Temple (Wat Nang Phaya)

Situated near Wat Ratburana is Wat Nang Phaya which believed to have been built during the same period. The temple is famous for extensive collection of the highly coveted Nang Phaya (small Buddha images used as amulets) which was found underneath.

 Phra Si Mahathat Temple (Wat Phra Si Mahathat)

Locally dubbed as "Wat Yai", the complex is considered the most important temple in Phitsanulok. Housing Thailand's famous Phra Phutthachinnarat, Wat Yai is located at the foot of Naresuan Bridge on the city side of the river. The temple was built during the reign of Phra Maha Thamma Racha I (Phraya Lithai) in 1357.

Phra Phutthachinnarat is considered the most beautiful Buddha image in Thailand. The large Sukhothai-style bronze statue was cast in 1357 by the order of King Maha Thamma Racha I of Sukhothai. The statues unique feature is the flame-like halo a symbol of spiritual radiance. In 1931, King Ekatotsarot (King Naresuan's younger brother) commanded a gold coating of the image, making it outstanding against the dark backdrop.


Today, thousands of visitors, both Thais and foreigners, flock to Wat Yai just to get a glimpse of Phra Phutthachinnarat. Most of contemporary Buddha images are cast using Phra Phutthachinnarat as a model. There is even a saying that, your trip to Phitsanulok is not complete without visiting Wat Yai to pay respect to Phra Phutthachinnarat. Only the Emerald Buddha situated in the Grand Palace, Bangkok, is more highly respected by Thais. A celebration to honour the statue is held annually in late January.


Other outstanding features of the temple (vihan in Thai) include the large pearl-inlaid wooden doors, the gateway to see Phra Phutthachinnarat. The doors were completed in 1756 by Ayutthaya's royal craftsmen. Inside the vihan are the Italian marble floor, two painted pulpits (thammas) placed to one side, and murals illustrating the life of the Lord Buddha.


Apart from Phra Buddha Chinnarat, there are other Buddha images worth seeing. Phra Attharot, a standing Buddha statue cast in same period as Phra Phutthachinnarat, is situated in front of the large Phra Prang (pagoda) behind the Viharn.


A 36-metre high Phra Prang was built in the early Ayutthaya style. There are staircases leading up to the place where relic of the Lord Buddha is enshrined.

There is also a small museum, which exhibits a good collection of Sukhothai and Ayutthaya-era Buddha images and related religious items that is worth visiting. Visitors are advised to dress conservatively.

 Ratburana Temple (Wat Ratburana)

South of Wat Phra Si Mahathat is Wat Ratburana, another main attraction worth visiting. The temple was built at the command of King Borom Trailokanat of Ayutthaya who played a major role in fostering Buddhism in the Kingdom. The temple features a three-headed Naga (mythical serpent in Buddhism) over its eaves.


:: Amphoe Mueang
 Bai Mussalim

49/2 Phra Ong Dam Road, Amphoe Mueang, Phitsanulok


*Mussalim food


06.00am.- 08.00pm.

Tel :: 0 5524 8276
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 Ban Khun Por

4-4/1 Chaophraya phitsanulok Road, Amphoe Mueang, Phitsanulok


*Thai-Chinese food



Tel :: 0 5523 1574
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Ekathotsarot Road, Amphoe Mueang, Phitsanulok


*Vegetable food

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260/2-3 Sanambin Road, Amphoe Mueang, Phitsanulok


*Vietnam food


10.00 am.-10.00pm.

Tel :: 0 5523 0788
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 Fa- k-rah

52/6 Phra Ong Dam Road, Amphoe Mueang, Phitsanulok


*Mussalim food



Tel :: 0 5521 1400
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 So Loet Rot

4/5 Borom Trilokkanat Road, Amphoe Mueang, Phitsanulok


*Thai-Chinese food 10.00 pm.

Tel :: 0 5525 1792
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 Three House

48 Sanambin Road, Amphoe Mueang, Phitsanulok


*a la carte



Tel :: 0 5521 2587-8
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5/9 Phra Ong Dam Road, Amphoe Mueang, Phitsanulok


*vietnam food


10.00 am-02.00pm., 04.00pm-08.30pm.

Tel :: 0 5525 9065
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:: Amphoe Nakhon Thai
Duang Jai

Phu hin Rong Kla 172 Mu.7 U -dondamri Amphoe Nakornthai, Phitsanulok


*som tum , a la carte

Tel :: 0 5528 9451, 0 1675 1578
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Rang Thong

Phu hin Rong Kla Tumbon nern-perm, Amphoe Nakornthai, Phitsanulok


*Som Tum , a la carte

Tel :: 0 5521 9510 3
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To Stay

:: Amphoe Mueang
 Amarin Lagoon 52/299 Phra Ong Khao Road, Amphoe Mueang, Phitsanulok

Tel :: 0 5522 0999 Fax :: 0 5522 0944 Bangkok Tel :: 0 2668-4277
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 Amarintr Nakorn 3/1 Chao Phraya Road, Amphoe Mueang, Phitsanulok

Tel :: 0 5521 906978
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 Golden Grand 49/1 Phra Ong Dum Road, Amphoe Mueang, Phitsanulok

Tel :: 0 5521 0234-7 Fax :: 0 5521 0887
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 La Paloma 103/8 Si Thammatraipidok Road, Amphoe Mueang, Phitsanulok

Tel :: 0 5521 7930-6 Fax :: 0 5521 7935
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 Lithai Guest House 73/1 Lithai Building, Phraya Lithai Road, Amphoe Mueang, Phitsanulok

Tel :: 0 5521 9626-9 Fax :: 0 5521 9627 Ext. 500
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 Nan Chao 242 Borom Trilokkanat Road, Amphoe Mueang, Phitsanulok

Tel :: 0 5525 2510-4, 0 5524 4702-5
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 Pailin 38 Borom Trilokkanat Road, Amphoe Mueang, Phitsanulok

Tel :: 0 5522 5228-35 Bangkok Tel :: 0 2215-7110-2
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 Phitsanulok Thani 39 Sanambin Road, Amphoe Mueang, Phitsanulok

Tel :: 0 5521 1065-9 Fax :: 0 5521 1071
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 Phitsanulok Youth Hostel 38 Sanambin Road, Amphoe Mueang, Phitsanulok

Tel :: 0 5524 2060 Fax :: 0 5521 0864 Bangkok Tel :: 0 2628 7413-5
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 Ratchaphuk Hotel & Guest House 99/9 Phra Ong Dam Road, Amphoe Mueang, Phitsanulok

Tel :: Hotel :: 0 5525 8788, 0 5525 8477, 0 5525 9990 Guest House :: 0 5525 9203
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 Thep Nakorn 43/1 Si Thammatripidok Road, Amphoe Mueang, Phitsanulok

Tel :: 0 5524 4070-4 Fax :: 0 5524 4075
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 Topland 68/33 Ekathotsarot Road, Amphoe Mueang, Phitsanulok

Tel :: 0 5524 7800-14 Fax :: 0 5524 7815 Bangkok Tel :: 0 2215-6108, 0 2215-0575 Fax :: 0 2215-0511
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 Uthong 80/13 Phra Ong Dam Road, Amphoe Mueang, Phitsanulok

Tel :: 0 5521 0424-7 Fax :: 0 5521 1003
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 Wang Kaeo 9 Thepharak Road, Amphoe Mueang, Phitsanulok

Tel :: 0 5524 5581-8 Fax :: 0 5524 5589
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:: How To Get There

By Car

a) From Bangkok, use Highway No. 1 to Wang Noi, then proceed to Nakhon Sawan Province along Highway No. 32 via Ayutthaya, Ang Thong and Sing Buri Provinces. After that, take Highway No. 117 to Phitsanulok. The total distance is 337 kilometers.

b) Take the same Highway to Sing Buri Province and switch to Highway No. 11 (In Buri-Tak Fa route), then turn into Highway No. 12 and proceed to Phitsanulok Province via Wang Thong District. The total distance is 450 kilometers.


By Bus

Buses depart from Bangkok's Northern Bus Terminal (Mochit 2 Bus Terminal) to Phitsanulok. Contact Transport Co. Ltd. at Tel: 0 2936 2852-66; Phitsanulok Yan Yon Tour at Tel: 0 2936 2924-5; Choet Chai Tour at Tel: 0 2936 0199 and Win Tour at Tel: 0 2936 3753.


By Rail

Daily regular trains depart daily from Bangkok's Hua Lamphong Railway Station. Call 1690 or visit for more information.

Trains leave Bangkok for Phitsanulok daily from 7.05 a.m. to 11.30 p.m., 14 times a day. There are express trains (Sprinters) from Bangkok to Phitsanulok departing daily from 8.25 a.m. to 11.10 p.m., 5 times a day.

Trains leave Phitsanulok for Bangkok daily, from 2.05 a.m. to 11.29 p.m., 14 times a day. There are daily express trains (Sprinters) departing from Phitsanulok to Bangkok from 2.05 a.m. to 11.00 p.m., 4 times a day.


By Air

Thai Airways International operates several direct flights daily from Bangkok to Phitsanulok. The trip takes 40-45 minutes. For more information, contact the Bangkok Office at tel. 0 2280 0060, 0 2628 2000, Phitsanulok Office at tel. 0 5525 8020 or visit


By Rental Car
For visitors interested in touring Phitsanulok independently, Budget has a small operation at the airport. Call tel. 05525-8556 for reservations and information. Avis operates out of an office adjoining the Phitsanulok Youth Hostel.


Travelling around the city is easy as the town is relatively compact. Sam lor will cost 30-50 baht/person, depending on the destination and city buses are also available (4-6 baht/person, non air-conditioned). The station is located on Thammabucha Road, near the train station.

phitsanulok City Map







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