This scenic provincial town 80 kilometres west of Bangkok offers a wealth of natural and cultural attractions. It overlooks its neighbour, Myanmar and when visiting this area, it is perfect for going back to nature with stunning mountain ranges, magnificent caves, hot springs, waterfalls, in addition to having what many consider some of the best floating markets in the country.
Ratchaburi has long been a perfect weekend getaway spot for Bangkokians and foreign visitors looking to escape to the countryside.
Ratchaburi’s importance to the modern Thai state dates back to the Dvaravati period when it was a pivotal trading centre of the
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