Thai Sweets Market
Phra Nakhon Khiri Historical Park
This national historical park sits regally atop Khao Wang (Palace Hill) surveying the city with subdued opulence. Rama IV (King Mongkut)...
Phra Nakhon Khiri
The Phra Nakhon Khiri is King Mongkut’s 1860 palace.
Hat Puak Tian
Locals come to this dark-sands beach, 20km southeast of Phetchaburi, on weekends to eat seafood and frolic in the surf. Another modest...
Dishes up big, piping-hot bowls of noodles and fried rice. Look for the black-and-white chequered tablecloths.
Lonely Planet review
The Thai sweets market is directly north of Khao Wang. Two of the most famous sweets on offer include môr gaang (an egg and coconut-milk custard) and kà·nŏm đahn (bright-yellow steamed buns sweetened with sugar-palm kernels).