On weekends, the streets and side streets near Th Si Chan (or ‘Gem Rd’) are overflowing with the banter and intrigue of the hard sell....
Khao Phloi Waen
Four kilometres north of town off Rte 3249 is Khao Phloi Waen , which is only 150m high but features a Sri Lankan–style chedi on top,...
Across from King Taksin Park, this urban-style coffee shop is where upscale traders and visitors from Bangkok come to feel a little less...
Seafood Noodle Shop
The old city, along Mae Nam Chanthaburi, is where you’ll find most sightseeing Thais eating this Chanthaburi variation of the basic...
Lonely Planet review
This French-style cathedral, across a footbridge from Th Sukhaphiban, is the town's architectural highlight. A small missionary chapel was built here in 1711, when Vietnamese Catholics and a French priest arrived. The original has undergone four reconstructions between 1712 and 1906 and is now the largest building of its kind in Thailand.