About Saraburi

Saraburi, a province filled with historical sites, also features a 17th century temple with the holy “footprint” of the Buddha. In addition to beautiful natural attractions, including two national parks, the region is known for its delectable food and kindhearted people. Saraburi is located some 108 kilometers from Bangkok and can be visited as a day trip from the capital or as part of a weekend trip along with a visit to Ayutthaya.

How to go
There are many daily regular busses and air-conditioned coaches to Saraburi from Bangkok’s Northeastern Bus Terminal (Mo Chit 2) on Kamphaeng Phet II Road. Call 02-537-8055 for more information.
From Bangkok’s Railway Station (Hua Lumphong), there are daily Bangkok-Saraburi trains. A stop at Kaeng Khoi and Muak Lek could also be made along the way. Call the Travel Service Bureau at 0-2223-7010 or 0-2223-7020 for more information.

Dao Khao Kaew Cave

This cave is at Tambon Phaya Klang, 35 kilometres from Muak Lek district or 75 kilometres from Saraburi town. To visit the cave, visitors must climb the stairs from the foot of the hill to the mouth of the cave about 100 metres up. When the light shines on the caves cell, it will sparkle like beautiful red, black and brown stars. The beautiful stalactite and stalagmite formations are on the cell and the wall.

Dao Khao Kaew Cave

Sunflower Fields

Sunflower Fields are found between Lop Buri and Saraburi along the Phatthana Nikhom-Wang Muang route. From December to January (Thai winter season), the sunflowers along the road attract all passersby when they are in full bloom.

Sunflower Fields