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The Route Around Nakhon Sawan Kamphaeng Phet and Uthai Thani

| March 4, 2016

Starting on Highway No.1 from Bangkok, head north to Nakhon Sawan, and make the first stop at Boraphet Marsh, the largest freshwater marsh of the country, covering a vast area of over 53,094 acres. It is known otherwise as “The Northern Sea” or “The Great Marsh”. There are as many as 44 plant species and 148 animal species in the area, including the rare bird such as Gurney Pitta “Princess Sirindhorn” and the rare …

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Roundabout in the Cradle of Civilization World Heritage Sites

| March 4, 2016

The trip starts from Bangkok on Highway No.1 through Nakhon Sawan, heading fro Kamphaeng Phet, a comfortable drive of 4 hours. About 18 kilometers before reaching Kamphaeng Phet, turn right into Traitrueng, the oldest city in Kamphaeng Phet, founded by King Chaisiri around the 7th century.
Turning back to Highway No.1, before reaching the city of Kamphaeng Phet, one comes across symbols of Kamphaeng Phet, a massive laterite fort of European style, built …

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