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» Phichit boat racing is a traditional event of long standing. It is usually held after the homage-paying rites to the province's principal Buddha statue during September each year on the Nan River in front of Wat Tha Luang.
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» Bueng Si Fai is a large freshwater lake to the south of Pichit town. It is a Fishery Department's facility to breed freshwater. There is a landscaped park suitable for rest and recreation along the banks. The best time to visit is in the early
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» Situated 345 kilometres from the capital city of Bangkok, Phichit is one of the most ancient provinces of Thailand. The province is better known as the “Land of Crocodiles”. Utthayan Muang Kao Phichit, the park features an ancient town dating back mo
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» The Khmer ruins of Ku Mahathat in Ban Khwao belong to the 13th century, when it was built to serve as an infirmary during the reign of King Chaivoraman VII. The laterite ruins are in the rectangular Bayon style. Two terracotta images of deities are h
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» The Wat Tha Luang is a temple in Tha Luang in Phichit province. It is about 8 kilometres from the new Pichit Town. It was built between 2510 and 2513 and was established as a third grade royal monastery in 2529.
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