Quite a few places to visit for those who are interested in culture and religion. The town is rather easy to navigate through: drove in a car and had no issues with locating places.
Each restaurant and cafe has a WiFi spot, so it is easy to find a place on a map or directions to any place. Though people in general find it hard to communicate with English speaking tourists, but their sheer hospitality is incredible: if they cannot explain the way, they would guide you to it personally. Amazing country!
Wat Phra Mahathat is the most worship of Thai people in the city. There are full of culture and history.
I recommemd to go visit the Kiriwong village, this place is the best weather of Thailand also.
A quiet city, with few tourists so temples easy to visit except on major Buddhist days. A lot of daytime traffic in a the small city.
A place to eat and sleep. The Tourist authority of Thailand is trying to promote more tour business in remote areas.
nakhon si tammarat is a nice city just local people, no tourists you need to speak a little thai, cause not everyone speaks english
Not the most farang friendly place; be sure to arm yourself with some basic Thai! Try their pepper dishes, the pepper is very fragrant there, and be ready to do a fair bit of walking which would be the best way to explore this simple city.
this province has many thing to do. For Buddhist or History lover , you should visit Big Pakoda in the city.
In July ,there are many fruit to enjoy. Out of the city ,you can swim in the sea or climb a moutain.
There are very few European tourists here so you are made to feel special. There is plenty to see for a few days.
Wat Mahathat is historic and there are lots of ancient artifacts which you can get very close to as they are not in glass cases. The Shadow Puppet Museum is well worth a visit. I was the only tourist there and allowed to wander around independently. I was shown how the puppets were made and I bought one. The museum has a lovely garden and a swing!
Quiet place where you can see the thai people on their daily life, small city with public transportation and no trafic jams !, just move around an discover some temples and gardens .
. . (( TAT employes, when they are at the office, are very helpful ! ))
Nice city smaller, quieter and chepaer than Bangkok. Good launching point for the Southern islands.
Nice old city. Its also consider historical city and it was known as Ligor for Malay's. You can get high quality of silver product in this city.
A fascinating Thai city with a number of ancient monuments, several of which are in an excellent state of preservation.
The National Museum is well worth a visit, as are also the art and craft shops selling items of nielloware and "yan lipao" woven grass. Prices of goods, food and accommodation are generally very fair, without excessive tourist surcharges sometime found in other centres.