Chai Nat (Thai: ชัยนาท, pronounced [t͡ɕʰāj nâːt]) is a town (thesaban mueang) in central Thailand, capital of Chai Nat Province. It covers the whole tambon tambon Nai Mueang and parts of Ban Kluai, Tha Chai and Khao Tha Phra, all in Mueang Chai Nat district. As of 2006 it had a population of 14,469.
Restaurants in Chai Nat
3.5 based on 30 reviews
We were at Chai Nat during Visakha Puja day. Was visiting some temples there and drop by on the way home. Very small compound and like I said, 1 hour and you are done.
what i like the most is the egg museum. It show case different types of eggs from around the world,
from unbelievably big to very tiny eggs. this is called a bird park but all the birds are caged in 2 big cage and is very difficult to see them from the outside. Not much other facilities.
4.5 based on 6 reviews
On the Chao Phraya's right bank about 4 kms from the centre of Chai Nat, this beautiful, little-visited temple dating from the Ayutthaya era is famous for its central structure containing relics of the Lord Buddha, but has an even more interesting feature: probably Thailand's only ubosot with a sacred well inside (look under the glass pyramid). Its historical significance? Ayutthayan kings perform the "drinking of the water of allegiance" ceremony (พิธีถือน้ำพิพัฒน์สัตยา) here. Once or twice a year the temple also hosts the "robing" of Phra That festival (พิธีห่มผ้าพระธาตุเจดีย์) similar to that of Nakhon Si Thammarat.
4 based on 7 reviews
Try 500++ steps up to top of the temple. Worth for a nice view of plenty rice field that good in July (rainy) to October (before harvest)
4.5 based on 3 reviews
Chai Nat tiene mucha cultura historica asi que dicho museo esta dentro el recinto del
Wat Phra Borammathat Worawihan , y se puede observar objetos de la epoca Dvaravati asi como diversas informaciones que todo amante de la historia reconocera el lugar como muy interesante
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