Rent a fully furnished apartment rental or villa rental in Prachinburi Thailand
, located approximately 130 km from Bangkok
. Parchinburi is a great tourist destination that is famous for its contrast of ancient cultural backgrounds including Buddhist statues, historic earthen wares, and ancient and modern pottery
. Set between the hills and mountains of Dong Phaya Yen Mountain ranges and the low-lying agricultural plains and forests of the province, Prachinburi is an ideal vacation destination in Thailand. Start your search for accommodations in Prachinburi now. Just enter your travel dates, number of travelers, and click 'search' for a list of accommodation options.
The town of Prachinburi is home to the Chao Phyra Abhaibhubejhr Hospital. The hospital is renowned across Thailand for using traditional medicine to develop herbal remedies
. The hospital has a unique shop which sells interesting health and beauty products including soaps and herbal tea. Attached to the hospital is a serene massage room
where masseuses take the blood pressure of the clients before beginning the session. Next to the hospital is a beautiful baroque building built by the hospital’s founder and houses a museum of herbal medicine
. Rent holiday lodging directly from owners of apartment rentals, villas, condo rentals, vacation rentals, villa rentals or other holiday accommodations through the Owner Direct Vacation Rental website.
To the north of Prachinburi is Khao Yai National Park, a very popular attraction for locals and tourists alike. A variety of outdoor activities ranging from education, camping, trekking, wildlife watching, bird watching, mountain biking and even river rafting are available at the park
. Stay in a fully furnished condo rental, vacation rental, villa rental, apartment rental or other holiday accommodation. Villa rentals, apartment rentals and self-catering vacation rentals are available through the Owner Direct Vacation Rental website
From your vacation accommodation in the town of Prachinburi, travel a short distance to Thap Lan National Park. The park is Thailnd’s second largest national park
. Well known as a habitat for the abundant ton laan (giant palm tree), the park is also home to elephants, tigers, guar, sambar, barking deer, palm civets, hornbills and gibbons.
Southeast of Prachinburi, in the village of Ban Sa Khoi is the Angkor-period Sa Morakot (Emerald Pool). This was an important Khmer reservoir during the reign of Angkor’s Jayaverman VII. Sculptures, pedestals and sandstone lingam can be seen here. Water from the reservoir is considered to be sacred and has been used in Thai coronation ceremonies