Wat Mahathat Worawihan
Centrally located, gleaming white Wat Mahathat is a lovely example of an everyday temple with as much hustle and bustle as the busy...
Wat Kamphaeng Laeng
A 12th-century remnant of the time when the Angkor (Khmer) kingdom stretched from present-day Cambodia all the way to the Malay...
Hat Puak Tian
Locals come to this dark-sands beach, 20km southeast of Phetchaburi and famed for its role in Thai literature, on weekends to eat...
Rabieng Rim Nam
This riverside restaurant serves up terrific food and the English-speaking owner is a fount of tourist information. The affiliated...
Day Market information
Lonely Planet review
A good spot for people-watching, the day market, north of the clock tower, has food stalls on the perimeter serving the usual noodle dishes as well as specialities such as kà·nŏm jeen tôrt man (thin noodles with fried spicy fishcake) and the hot-season favourite kôw châa pét·bù·ree (moist chilled rice served with sweetmeats).