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Amarin Lagoon Hotel - Phitsanulok Hotels

Amarin Lagoon Hotel

52/299 Praongkhao Road, Phitsanulok - Map
3.4 out of 5 (17 reviews)
Taman Spa Resort - Phitsanulok Hotels

Taman Spa Resort

99/99 Moo 5 Tumbol Samokhae, Phitsanulok - Map
3.3 out of 5 (13 reviews)
Pattara Resort & Spa - Phitsanulok Hotels

Pattara Resort & Spa

349/40 Chaiyanuparp Road, A. Muang, Phitsanulok - Map
3.8 out of 5 (10 reviews)
PoonSook Resident Hotel - Phitsanulok Hotels

PoonSook Resident Hotel

840 Tipsaena Rd, Phitsanulok - Map
The Grand Riverside Hotel Phitsanulok - Phitsanulok Hotels

The Grand Riverside Hotel Phitsanulok

59 Phra Ruang Road, Mueang, Phitsanulok - Map
Morage Hotel - Phitsanulok Hotels

Morage Hotel

59/70 Dee In, Tambon Nai Mueang, Phitsanulok - Map
P1 House - Phitsanulok Hotels

P1 House

99/15-19 Phraongdam Road T. Naimuang, Phitsanulok - Map
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The Park Hotel

227/162 Baromtrilokanart Road, Muang, Phitsanulok - Map
Hop Inn Phitsanulok - Phitsanulok Hotels

Hop Inn Phitsanulok

66/6 Moo 10, Siharat Decho Chai Road, Phitsanulok - Map
Le Parc - Phitsanulok Hotels

Le Parc

919/9 Moo 3 Soi Kokchang, Phitsanulok - Map
4.0 out of 5 (2 reviews)

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    Accommodation In Phitsanulok

    Halfway between Bangkok and Chiang Mai, Phitsanulok is the perfect place to experience a real Thai city and explore the ancient Thai capital of Sukhothai. Find a great deal on Phitsanulok accommodation and visit on your next trip to Thailand.

    The birthplace of King Naresuan and once the capital city of Thailand, there are a number of hidden gems to explore in the city. The Sergeant-Major Dr. Thawee Buranakhet Folklore Museum is a must see on every itinerary. Filled with charming exhibits in a traditionally designed Thai building, this private museum showcases a huge collection of Thai artifacts, agricultural and fishing equipment. You can explore a typical wooden classroom where students were actually taught, as well as peek into an old-style Thai house, check out the kitchen and living quarters and wander the beautiful gardens.

    One of the oldest temples in Phitsanulok is Wat Phra Sri Rattana Mahathat (also knot as Wat Yai, or The Big Temple), which was built in the 1300s and remains a symbol for the entire city. It is most well-known for housing the most famous gilded gold Buddha statue in Thailand, and beautifully ornate temple doors. Once you have seen inside the temple, check out the museum just next door, which has an excellent collection of Thai artwork.

    The unique Buranathai Buddha Foundry makes hundreds of bronze Buddha statues every year. Come and see how they cast the statues, as it's fascinating to watch the best craftsmen demonstrate the entire process for you. Finish off your day with a trip to the Night Market, where there are many great local restaurants or simply grab some "Moo Ping" (pork sticks) and munch while you browse the stalls. There are endless handicrafts on offer as well as a huge range of cheap clothing, jeans, bags and belts. The best finds usually come from the sellers who set up a rug on the sidewalk; you're sure to find a unique souvenir!

    Choose from a range of great Phitsanulok hotels and resorts and flights to Bangkok and you will have a fantastic base to explore the local area, while enjoying a town that doesn't see masses of tourists. A unique experience for every traveller, come visit and see for yourself!

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