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Sing Buri is one of important cities in the history of Thailand, with many historical and religious attractions. The province is comprised of six Amphoes, which are Mueang Sing Buri, Bang Rachan, Khai Bang Rachan, Prom Buri, Tha Chang, and In Buri.

Amid the historic war between Ayutthaya and Burma in 1767 during the reign of King Ekkathat , villagers of Bang Rachan in Sing Buri bravely fought against the Burmese army and managed to delay them for five months without help from the capital city. The villagers were eventually defeated and the Ayutthaya Kingdom fell shortly thereafter. Nowadays, many roads in Sing Buri were named after these local heroes to honor them such as Nai Taen Road, Nai In Road, Nai Mueang  Road, and Khun San Road.

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There are air-conditioned Bangkok – Sing Buri buses running from the Mo Chit Bus Terminal (Northern Line) every day. For more information, call 1490 or visit www.transport.co.th.

Online ticket booking is also available on www.busticket.in.th, www.thaiticketmajor.com, and www.thairoute.com.

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Sing Buri lies along the Chao Phraya River 142 km north of Bangkok. Established in 1895 during the reign of King Rama V through a consolidation of three small riverside towns, Sara Buri province currently occupies an area of 822 square kilometers and is divided into six districts (Amphoes): Muang Sing Buri, In Buri, Bang Rachan, Khai Bang Rachan, Phrom Buri and Tha Chang.
Sing Buri is well known for abundant river fish, particularly the Mae La catfish, and for the lively annual boat races during which competitors from the province and beyond vie for the Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn Trophy. Attractions in the province are few, but are interesting, including a hero’s monument, a museum, and Wat Phra Non Chaksi, a temple that houses a 46 meter-long Buddha image.

Sing Buri is one of important cities in the history of Thailand, with many historical and religious attractions. The province is comprised of six Amphoes, which are Mueang Sing Buri, Bang Rachan, Khai Bang Rachan, Prom Buri, Tha Chang, and In Buri.

Amid the historic war between Ayutthaya and Burma in 1767 during the reign of King Ekkathat , villagers of Bang Rachan in Sing Buri bravely fought against the Burmese army and managed to delay them for five months without help from the capital city. The villagers were eventually defeated and the Ayutthaya Kingdom fell shortly thereafter. Nowadays, many roads in Sing Buri were named after these local heroes to honor them such as Nai Taen Road, Nai In Road, Nai Mueang  Road, and Khun San Road.

Both Sing Buri city and some areas around the province have accommodation for visitors including luxury hotels, guesthouses, and home stays.

- The Monument of Bang Rachan Heroes in Khai Bang Rachan Park

- In Buri National Museum, an exhibition of old objects and excavated artifacts.
- Wat Sawang Arom, which houses Buddha statues from the Ban Chang Lo School in Thon Buri and Nang Yai Museum. 

- Wat Pho Kao Ton (Nine Bodhi Trees Temple), where the fortress of the Bang Rachan villagers used to be situated.

- Wat Bot, which was constructed with iron rails as the core of the basement and the chapel’s window and the door panels were carved by Sing Buri’s famous artisan.

- Wat Phra Non Chaksi, which houses a 47-meter-long reclining Sukhothai-style Buddha statue.

- Wat Pikul Thong or Wat Luang Pho Pae, which houses Phra Suvarna Mongkhon Maha Munee or Luang Pho Yai,  the biggest seated blessing bestowing Buddha image in Thaiand.

- Mae La Maharajanusorn Park, where Mae La snake-head fish, a famous delicious souvenir of Sing Buri, is fished.  

Visit Khai Bang Rachan Park and the Monument of Bang Rachan Heroes. Pay homage to the reclining Buddha image at Wat Phra Non Chaksi. Observe the beauty of Wat Bot and Wat Pho Kao Ton. Enjoy a homestay experience. Go ride a bike in a rice field for bird watching and visit fruit farms.

When it comes to eating, the most famous restaurant of Sing Buri is Mae La Pla Phao. There are many other diner options for you to choose from, both local and modern food.
One other thing you should not miss out on when visiting Sing Buri, Thailand, is shopping for OTOP or local products such as crafts and arts and processed fruit. 

Most restaurants on Sing Buri serve a variety of cuisines, including Thai and international foods. Most guesthouse and resorts have restaurants that serve both. The following are some of the restaurants on Sing Buri

As in most provincial capitals, Sing Buri features a central market where locals can buy everything from groceries to household appliances and visitors can shop for clothing and other necessary supplies. In addition to the shopping venues listed below, there are often locally produced handicrafts available at central markets, the occasional night market, and from village workshops in smaller towns throughout the province.

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Sing Buri lies along the Chao Phraya River 142 km north of Bangkok. Established in 1895 during the reign of King Rama V through a consolidation of three small riverside towns, Sara Buri province currently occupies an area of 822 square kilometers and is divided into six districts (Amphoes): Muang Sing Buri, In Buri, Bang Rachan, Khai Bang Rachan, Phrom Buri and Tha Chang.
Sing Buri is well known for abundant river fish, particularly the Mae La catfish, and for the lively annual boat races during which competitors from the province and beyond vie for the Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn Trophy. Attractions in the province are few, but are interesting, including a hero’s monument, a museum, and Wat Phra Non Chaksi, a temple that houses a 46 meter-long Buddha image.

Sing Buri is one of important cities in the history of Thailand, with many historical and religious attractions. The province is comprised of six Amphoes, which are Mueang Sing Buri, Bang Rachan, Khai Bang Rachan, Prom Buri, Tha Chang, and In Buri.

Amid the historic war between Ayutthaya and Burma in 1767 during the reign of King Ekkathat , villagers of Bang Rachan in Sing Buri bravely fought against the Burmese army and managed to delay them for five months without help from the capital city. The villagers were eventually defeated and the Ayutthaya Kingdom fell shortly thereafter. Nowadays, many roads in Sing Buri were named after these local heroes to honor them such as Nai Taen Road, Nai In Road, Nai Mueang  Road, and Khun San Road.

Both Sing Buri city and some areas around the province have accommodation for visitors including luxury hotels, guesthouses, and home stays.

- The Monument of Bang Rachan Heroes in Khai Bang Rachan Park

- In Buri National Museum, an exhibition of old objects and excavated artifacts.
- Wat Sawang Arom, which houses Buddha statues from the Ban Chang Lo School in Thon Buri and Nang Yai Museum. 

- Wat Pho Kao Ton (Nine Bodhi Trees Temple), where the fortress of the Bang Rachan villagers used to be situated.

- Wat Bot, which was constructed with iron rails as the core of the basement and the chapel’s window and the door panels were carved by Sing Buri’s famous artisan.

- Wat Phra Non Chaksi, which houses a 47-meter-long reclining Sukhothai-style Buddha statue.

- Wat Pikul Thong or Wat Luang Pho Pae, which houses Phra Suvarna Mongkhon Maha Munee or Luang Pho Yai,  the biggest seated blessing bestowing Buddha image in Thaiand.

- Mae La Maharajanusorn Park, where Mae La snake-head fish, a famous delicious souvenir of Sing Buri, is fished.  

Visit Khai Bang Rachan Park and the Monument of Bang Rachan Heroes. Pay homage to the reclining Buddha image at Wat Phra Non Chaksi. Observe the beauty of Wat Bot and Wat Pho Kao Ton. Enjoy a homestay experience. Go ride a bike in a rice field for bird watching and visit fruit farms.

When it comes to eating, the most famous restaurant of Sing Buri is Mae La Pla Phao. There are many other diner options for you to choose from, both local and modern food.
One other thing you should not miss out on when visiting Sing Buri, Thailand, is shopping for OTOP or local products such as crafts and arts and processed fruit. 

Most restaurants on Sing Buri serve a variety of cuisines, including Thai and international foods. Most guesthouse and resorts have restaurants that serve both. The following are some of the restaurants on Sing Buri

As in most provincial capitals, Sing Buri features a central market where locals can buy everything from groceries to household appliances and visitors can shop for clothing and other necessary supplies. In addition to the shopping venues listed below, there are often locally produced handicrafts available at central markets, the occasional night market, and from village workshops in smaller towns throughout the province.

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Sing Buri lies along the Chao Phraya River 142 km north of Bangkok. Established in 1895 during the reign of King Rama V through a consolidation of three small riverside towns, Sara Buri province currently occupies an area of 822 square kilometers and is divided into six districts (Amphoes): Muang Sing Buri, In Buri, Bang Rachan, Khai Bang Rachan, Phrom Buri and Tha Chang.
Sing Buri is well known for abundant river fish, particularly the Mae La catfish, and for the lively annual boat races during which competitors from the province and beyond vie for the Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn Trophy. Attractions in the province are few, but are interesting, including a hero’s monument, a museum, and Wat Phra Non Chaksi, a temple that houses a 46 meter-long Buddha image.

Sing Buri is one of important cities in the history of Thailand, with many historical and religious attractions. The province is comprised of six Amphoes, which are Mueang Sing Buri, Bang Rachan, Khai Bang Rachan, Prom Buri, Tha Chang, and In Buri.

Amid the historic war between Ayutthaya and Burma in 1767 during the reign of King Ekkathat , villagers of Bang Rachan in Sing Buri bravely fought against the Burmese army and managed to delay them for five months without help from the capital city. The villagers were eventually defeated and the Ayutthaya Kingdom fell shortly thereafter. Nowadays, many roads in Sing Buri were named after these local heroes to honor them such as Nai Taen Road, Nai In Road, Nai Mueang  Road, and Khun San Road.

Both Sing Buri city and some areas around the province have accommodation for visitors including luxury hotels, guesthouses, and home stays.

- The Monument of Bang Rachan Heroes in Khai Bang Rachan Park

- In Buri National Museum, an exhibition of old objects and excavated artifacts.
- Wat Sawang Arom, which houses Buddha statues from the Ban Chang Lo School in Thon Buri and Nang Yai Museum. 

- Wat Pho Kao Ton (Nine Bodhi Trees Temple), where the fortress of the Bang Rachan villagers used to be situated.

- Wat Bot, which was constructed with iron rails as the core of the basement and the chapel’s window and the door panels were carved by Sing Buri’s famous artisan.

- Wat Phra Non Chaksi, which houses a 47-meter-long reclining Sukhothai-style Buddha statue.

- Wat Pikul Thong or Wat Luang Pho Pae, which houses Phra Suvarna Mongkhon Maha Munee or Luang Pho Yai,  the biggest seated blessing bestowing Buddha image in Thaiand.

- Mae La Maharajanusorn Park, where Mae La snake-head fish, a famous delicious souvenir of Sing Buri, is fished.  

Visit Khai Bang Rachan Park and the Monument of Bang Rachan Heroes. Pay homage to the reclining Buddha image at Wat Phra Non Chaksi. Observe the beauty of Wat Bot and Wat Pho Kao Ton. Enjoy a homestay experience. Go ride a bike in a rice field for bird watching and visit fruit farms.

When it comes to eating, the most famous restaurant of Sing Buri is Mae La Pla Phao. There are many other diner options for you to choose from, both local and modern food.
One other thing you should not miss out on when visiting Sing Buri, Thailand, is shopping for OTOP or local products such as crafts and arts and processed fruit. 

Most restaurants on Sing Buri serve a variety of cuisines, including Thai and international foods. Most guesthouse and resorts have restaurants that serve both. The following are some of the restaurants on Sing Buri

As in most provincial capitals, Sing Buri features a central market where locals can buy everything from groceries to household appliances and visitors can shop for clothing and other necessary supplies. In addition to the shopping venues listed below, there are often locally produced handicrafts available at central markets, the occasional night market, and from village workshops in smaller towns throughout the province.

Sing Buri lies along the Chao Phraya River 142 km north of Bangkok. Established in 1895 during the reign of King Rama V through a consolidation of three small riverside towns, Sara Buri province currently occupies an area of 822 square kilometers and is divided into six districts (Amphoes): Muang Sing Buri, In Buri, Bang Rachan, Khai Bang Rachan, Phrom Buri and Tha Chang.
Sing Buri is well known for abundant river fish, particularly the Mae La catfish, and for the lively annual boat races during which competitors from the province and beyond vie for the Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn Trophy. Attractions in the province are few, but are interesting, including a hero’s monument, a museum, and Wat Phra Non Chaksi, a temple that houses a 46 meter-long Buddha image.

Sing Buri is one of important cities in the history of Thailand, with many historical and religious attractions. The province is comprised of six Amphoes, which are Mueang Sing Buri, Bang Rachan, Khai Bang Rachan, Prom Buri, Tha Chang, and In Buri.

Amid the historic war between Ayutthaya and Burma in 1767 during the reign of King Ekkathat , villagers of Bang Rachan in Sing Buri bravely fought against the Burmese army and managed to delay them for five months without help from the capital city. The villagers were eventually defeated and the Ayutthaya Kingdom fell shortly thereafter. Nowadays, many roads in Sing Buri were named after these local heroes to honor them such as Nai Taen Road, Nai In Road, Nai Mueang  Road, and Khun San Road.

Both Sing Buri city and some areas around the province have accommodation for visitors including luxury hotels, guesthouses, and home stays.

- The Monument of Bang Rachan Heroes in Khai Bang Rachan Park

- In Buri National Museum, an exhibition of old objects and excavated artifacts.
- Wat Sawang Arom, which houses Buddha statues from the Ban Chang Lo School in Thon Buri and Nang Yai Museum. 

- Wat Pho Kao Ton (Nine Bodhi Trees Temple), where the fortress of the Bang Rachan villagers used to be situated.

- Wat Bot, which was constructed with iron rails as the core of the basement and the chapel’s window and the door panels were carved by Sing Buri’s famous artisan.

- Wat Phra Non Chaksi, which houses a 47-meter-long reclining Sukhothai-style Buddha statue.

- Wat Pikul Thong or Wat Luang Pho Pae, which houses Phra Suvarna Mongkhon Maha Munee or Luang Pho Yai,  the biggest seated blessing bestowing Buddha image in Thaiand.

- Mae La Maharajanusorn Park, where Mae La snake-head fish, a famous delicious souvenir of Sing Buri, is fished.  

Visit Khai Bang Rachan Park and the Monument of Bang Rachan Heroes. Pay homage to the reclining Buddha image at Wat Phra Non Chaksi. Observe the beauty of Wat Bot and Wat Pho Kao Ton. Enjoy a homestay experience. Go ride a bike in a rice field for bird watching and visit fruit farms.

When it comes to eating, the most famous restaurant of Sing Buri is Mae La Pla Phao. There are many other diner options for you to choose from, both local and modern food.
One other thing you should not miss out on when visiting Sing Buri, Thailand, is shopping for OTOP or local products such as crafts and arts and processed fruit. 

Most restaurants on Sing Buri serve a variety of cuisines, including Thai and international foods. Most guesthouse and resorts have restaurants that serve both. The following are some of the restaurants on Sing Buri

As in most provincial capitals, Sing Buri features a central market where locals can buy everything from groceries to household appliances and visitors can shop for clothing and other necessary supplies. In addition to the shopping venues listed below, there are often locally produced handicrafts available at central markets, the occasional night market, and from village workshops in smaller towns throughout the province.

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Sing Buri lies along the Chao Phraya River 142 km north of Bangkok. Established in 1895 during the reign of King Rama V through a consolidation of three small riverside towns, Sara Buri province currently occupies an area of 822 square kilometers and is divided into six districts (Amphoes): Muang Sing Buri, In Buri, Bang Rachan, Khai Bang Rachan, Phrom Buri and Tha Chang.
Sing Buri is well known for abundant river fish, particularly the Mae La catfish, and for the lively annual boat races during which competitors from the province and beyond vie for the Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn Trophy. Attractions in the province are few, but are interesting, including a hero’s monument, a museum, and Wat Phra Non Chaksi, a temple that houses a 46 meter-long Buddha image.

Sing Buri is one of important cities in the history of Thailand, with many historical and religious attractions. The province is comprised of six Amphoes, which are Mueang Sing Buri, Bang Rachan, Khai Bang Rachan, Prom Buri, Tha Chang, and In Buri.

Amid the historic war between Ayutthaya and Burma in 1767 during the reign of King Ekkathat , villagers of Bang Rachan in Sing Buri bravely fought against the Burmese army and managed to delay them for five months without help from the capital city. The villagers were eventually defeated and the Ayutthaya Kingdom fell shortly thereafter. Nowadays, many roads in Sing Buri were named after these local heroes to honor them such as Nai Taen Road, Nai In Road, Nai Mueang  Road, and Khun San Road.

Both Sing Buri city and some areas around the province have accommodation for visitors including luxury hotels, guesthouses, and home stays.

- The Monument of Bang Rachan Heroes in Khai Bang Rachan Park

- In Buri National Museum, an exhibition of old objects and excavated artifacts.
- Wat Sawang Arom, which houses Buddha statues from the Ban Chang Lo School in Thon Buri and Nang Yai Museum. 

- Wat Pho Kao Ton (Nine Bodhi Trees Temple), where the fortress of the Bang Rachan villagers used to be situated.

- Wat Bot, which was constructed with iron rails as the core of the basement and the chapel’s window and the door panels were carved by Sing Buri’s famous artisan.

- Wat Phra Non Chaksi, which houses a 47-meter-long reclining Sukhothai-style Buddha statue.

- Wat Pikul Thong or Wat Luang Pho Pae, which houses Phra Suvarna Mongkhon Maha Munee or Luang Pho Yai,  the biggest seated blessing bestowing Buddha image in Thaiand.

- Mae La Maharajanusorn Park, where Mae La snake-head fish, a famous delicious souvenir of Sing Buri, is fished.  

Visit Khai Bang Rachan Park and the Monument of Bang Rachan Heroes. Pay homage to the reclining Buddha image at Wat Phra Non Chaksi. Observe the beauty of Wat Bot and Wat Pho Kao Ton. Enjoy a homestay experience. Go ride a bike in a rice field for bird watching and visit fruit farms.

When it comes to eating, the most famous restaurant of Sing Buri is Mae La Pla Phao. There are many other diner options for you to choose from, both local and modern food.
One other thing you should not miss out on when visiting Sing Buri, Thailand, is shopping for OTOP or local products such as crafts and arts and processed fruit. 

Most restaurants on Sing Buri serve a variety of cuisines, including Thai and international foods. Most guesthouse and resorts have restaurants that serve both. The following are some of the restaurants on Sing Buri

As in most provincial capitals, Sing Buri features a central market where locals can buy everything from groceries to household appliances and visitors can shop for clothing and other necessary supplies. In addition to the shopping venues listed below, there are often locally produced handicrafts available at central markets, the occasional night market, and from village workshops in smaller towns throughout the province.

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Sing Buri lies along the Chao Phraya River 142 km north of Bangkok. Established in 1895 during the reign of King Rama V through a consolidation of three small riverside towns, Sara Buri province currently occupies an area of 822 square kilometers and is divided into six districts (Amphoes): Muang Sing Buri, In Buri, Bang Rachan, Khai Bang Rachan, Phrom Buri and Tha Chang.
Sing Buri is well known for abundant river fish, particularly the Mae La catfish, and for the lively annual boat races during which competitors from the province and beyond vie for the Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn Trophy. Attractions in the province are few, but are interesting, including a hero’s monument, a museum, and Wat Phra Non Chaksi, a temple that houses a 46 meter-long Buddha image.

Sing Buri is one of important cities in the history of Thailand, with many historical and religious attractions. The province is comprised of six Amphoes, which are Mueang Sing Buri, Bang Rachan, Khai Bang Rachan, Prom Buri, Tha Chang, and In Buri.

Amid the historic war between Ayutthaya and Burma in 1767 during the reign of King Ekkathat , villagers of Bang Rachan in Sing Buri bravely fought against the Burmese army and managed to delay them for five months without help from the capital city. The villagers were eventually defeated and the Ayutthaya Kingdom fell shortly thereafter. Nowadays, many roads in Sing Buri were named after these local heroes to honor them such as Nai Taen Road, Nai In Road, Nai Mueang  Road, and Khun San Road.

Both Sing Buri city and some areas around the province have accommodation for visitors including luxury hotels, guesthouses, and home stays.

- The Monument of Bang Rachan Heroes in Khai Bang Rachan Park

- In Buri National Museum, an exhibition of old objects and excavated artifacts.
- Wat Sawang Arom, which houses Buddha statues from the Ban Chang Lo School in Thon Buri and Nang Yai Museum. 

- Wat Pho Kao Ton (Nine Bodhi Trees Temple), where the fortress of the Bang Rachan villagers used to be situated.

- Wat Bot, which was constructed with iron rails as the core of the basement and the chapel’s window and the door panels were carved by Sing Buri’s famous artisan.

- Wat Phra Non Chaksi, which houses a 47-meter-long reclining Sukhothai-style Buddha statue.

- Wat Pikul Thong or Wat Luang Pho Pae, which houses Phra Suvarna Mongkhon Maha Munee or Luang Pho Yai,  the biggest seated blessing bestowing Buddha image in Thaiand.

- Mae La Maharajanusorn Park, where Mae La snake-head fish, a famous delicious souvenir of Sing Buri, is fished.  

Visit Khai Bang Rachan Park and the Monument of Bang Rachan Heroes. Pay homage to the reclining Buddha image at Wat Phra Non Chaksi. Observe the beauty of Wat Bot and Wat Pho Kao Ton. Enjoy a homestay experience. Go ride a bike in a rice field for bird watching and visit fruit farms.

When it comes to eating, the most famous restaurant of Sing Buri is Mae La Pla Phao. There are many other diner options for you to choose from, both local and modern food.
One other thing you should not miss out on when visiting Sing Buri, Thailand, is shopping for OTOP or local products such as crafts and arts and processed fruit. 

Most restaurants on Sing Buri serve a variety of cuisines, including Thai and international foods. Most guesthouse and resorts have restaurants that serve both. The following are some of the restaurants on Sing Buri

As in most provincial capitals, Sing Buri features a central market where locals can buy everything from groceries to household appliances and visitors can shop for clothing and other necessary supplies. In addition to the shopping venues listed below, there are often locally produced handicrafts available at central markets, the occasional night market, and from village workshops in smaller towns throughout the province.

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Sing Buri lies along the Chao Phraya River 142 km north of Bangkok. Established in 1895 during the reign of King Rama V through a consolidation of three small riverside towns, Sara Buri province currently occupies an area of 822 square kilometers and is divided into six districts (Amphoes): Muang Sing Buri, In Buri, Bang Rachan, Khai Bang Rachan, Phrom Buri and Tha Chang.
Sing Buri is well known for abundant river fish, particularly the Mae La catfish, and for the lively annual boat races during which competitors from the province and beyond vie for the Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn Trophy. Attractions in the province are few, but are interesting, including a hero’s monument, a museum, and Wat Phra Non Chaksi, a temple that houses a 46 meter-long Buddha image.

Sing Buri is one of important cities in the history of Thailand, with many historical and religious attractions. The province is comprised of six Amphoes, which are Mueang Sing Buri, Bang Rachan, Khai Bang Rachan, Prom Buri, Tha Chang, and In Buri.

Amid the historic war between Ayutthaya and Burma in 1767 during the reign of King Ekkathat , villagers of Bang Rachan in Sing Buri bravely fought against the Burmese army and managed to delay them for five months without help from the capital city. The villagers were eventually defeated and the Ayutthaya Kingdom fell shortly thereafter. Nowadays, many roads in Sing Buri were named after these local heroes to honor them such as Nai Taen Road, Nai In Road, Nai Mueang  Road, and Khun San Road.

Both Sing Buri city and some areas around the province have accommodation for visitors including luxury hotels, guesthouses, and home stays.

- The Monument of Bang Rachan Heroes in Khai Bang Rachan Park

- In Buri National Museum, an exhibition of old objects and excavated artifacts.
- Wat Sawang Arom, which houses Buddha statues from the Ban Chang Lo School in Thon Buri and Nang Yai Museum. 

- Wat Pho Kao Ton (Nine Bodhi Trees Temple), where the fortress of the Bang Rachan villagers used to be situated.

- Wat Bot, which was constructed with iron rails as the core of the basement and the chapel’s window and the door panels were carved by Sing Buri’s famous artisan.

- Wat Phra Non Chaksi, which houses a 47-meter-long reclining Sukhothai-style Buddha statue.

- Wat Pikul Thong or Wat Luang Pho Pae, which houses Phra Suvarna Mongkhon Maha Munee or Luang Pho Yai,  the biggest seated blessing bestowing Buddha image in Thaiand.

- Mae La Maharajanusorn Park, where Mae La snake-head fish, a famous delicious souvenir of Sing Buri, is fished.  

Visit Khai Bang Rachan Park and the Monument of Bang Rachan Heroes. Pay homage to the reclining Buddha image at Wat Phra Non Chaksi. Observe the beauty of Wat Bot and Wat Pho Kao Ton. Enjoy a homestay experience. Go ride a bike in a rice field for bird watching and visit fruit farms.

When it comes to eating, the most famous restaurant of Sing Buri is Mae La Pla Phao. There are many other diner options for you to choose from, both local and modern food.
One other thing you should not miss out on when visiting Sing Buri, Thailand, is shopping for OTOP or local products such as crafts and arts and processed fruit. 

Most restaurants on Sing Buri serve a variety of cuisines, including Thai and international foods. Most guesthouse and resorts have restaurants that serve both. The following are some of the restaurants on Sing Buri

As in most provincial capitals, Sing Buri features a central market where locals can buy everything from groceries to household appliances and visitors can shop for clothing and other necessary supplies. In addition to the shopping venues listed below, there are often locally produced handicrafts available at central markets, the occasional night market, and from village workshops in smaller towns throughout the province.

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Sing Buri lies along the Chao Phraya River 142 km north of Bangkok. Established in 1895 during the reign of King Rama V through a consolidation of three small riverside towns, Sara Buri province currently occupies an area of 822 square kilometers and is divided into six districts (Amphoes): Muang Sing Buri, In Buri, Bang Rachan, Khai Bang Rachan, Phrom Buri and Tha Chang.
Sing Buri is well known for abundant river fish, particularly the Mae La catfish, and for the lively annual boat races during which competitors from the province and beyond vie for the Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn Trophy. Attractions in the province are few, but are interesting, including a hero’s monument, a museum, and Wat Phra Non Chaksi, a temple that houses a 46 meter-long Buddha image.

Sing Buri is one of important cities in the history of Thailand, with many historical and religious attractions. The province is comprised of six Amphoes, which are Mueang Sing Buri, Bang Rachan, Khai Bang Rachan, Prom Buri, Tha Chang, and In Buri.

Amid the historic war between Ayutthaya and Burma in 1767 during the reign of King Ekkathat , villagers of Bang Rachan in Sing Buri bravely fought against the Burmese army and managed to delay them for five months without help from the capital city. The villagers were eventually defeated and the Ayutthaya Kingdom fell shortly thereafter. Nowadays, many roads in Sing Buri were named after these local heroes to honor them such as Nai Taen Road, Nai In Road, Nai Mueang  Road, and Khun San Road.

Both Sing Buri city and some areas around the province have accommodation for visitors including luxury hotels, guesthouses, and home stays.

- The Monument of Bang Rachan Heroes in Khai Bang Rachan Park

- In Buri National Museum, an exhibition of old objects and excavated artifacts.
- Wat Sawang Arom, which houses Buddha statues from the Ban Chang Lo School in Thon Buri and Nang Yai Museum. 

- Wat Pho Kao Ton (Nine Bodhi Trees Temple), where the fortress of the Bang Rachan villagers used to be situated.

- Wat Bot, which was constructed with iron rails as the core of the basement and the chapel’s window and the door panels were carved by Sing Buri’s famous artisan.

- Wat Phra Non Chaksi, which houses a 47-meter-long reclining Sukhothai-style Buddha statue.

- Wat Pikul Thong or Wat Luang Pho Pae, which houses Phra Suvarna Mongkhon Maha Munee or Luang Pho Yai,  the biggest seated blessing bestowing Buddha image in Thaiand.

- Mae La Maharajanusorn Park, where Mae La snake-head fish, a famous delicious souvenir of Sing Buri, is fished.  

Visit Khai Bang Rachan Park and the Monument of Bang Rachan Heroes. Pay homage to the reclining Buddha image at Wat Phra Non Chaksi. Observe the beauty of Wat Bot and Wat Pho Kao Ton. Enjoy a homestay experience. Go ride a bike in a rice field for bird watching and visit fruit farms.

When it comes to eating, the most famous restaurant of Sing Buri is Mae La Pla Phao. There are many other diner options for you to choose from, both local and modern food.
One other thing you should not miss out on when visiting Sing Buri, Thailand, is shopping for OTOP or local products such as crafts and arts and processed fruit. 

Most restaurants on Sing Buri serve a variety of cuisines, including Thai and international foods. Most guesthouse and resorts have restaurants that serve both. The following are some of the restaurants on Sing Buri

As in most provincial capitals, Sing Buri features a central market where locals can buy everything from groceries to household appliances and visitors can shop for clothing and other necessary supplies. In addition to the shopping venues listed below, there are often locally produced handicrafts available at central markets, the occasional night market, and from village workshops in smaller towns throughout the province.