Uthaithani has natural points of interest, Huay Kha Khaeng, Ban rai, Lan sak district and  Huay Khod district. Riches of history of Uthaithani from caveman era to lifestyle of Uthaithani people in Sakaekrung river.
     Another good point of Uthaithani tourism is we do not have crowded of tourists like other developed tourist places, this makes your vacation less relax and enjoyable.
     Uthai Thani has very interesting attached travel locaation, take a look.

Cyber Waterfall      It is under the responsibility of the Cyber Ranger Station. It is situated near Cyber Village (Ban Sap Mae Bue), Tambon Khok Khwai, Amphoe Huai Khot, 86 km. from the provincial city. This multi-layered waterfall is formed by water from Huai Loi Choi which flows from a high mountain in Huai Kha Khaeng Wildlife Sanctuary. The waterfall at the higher level is called Namtok Loi Choi. In some parts, the water falls over a big rock so it is called Namtok Hin Lat. Below, there is an enormous water basin to receive the water which keeps flowing down continuously. In other part, the water squeezes through rocks to the basin, creating a beautiful high multi-layered waterfall. There will be a lot of water in September until early November. Huai Loi Choi will meet Huai Thap Salao. The waterfall is surrounded by a rattan forest with shady trees and leaves that change their colours in November.


Tham Hup Pa Tat      Hup Pa Tat is a large valley with an area of about 48,000 square metres. The mountain range surrounding the valley is a limestone range. Part of it is Khao Huai Sok that connects with Khao Pla Ra, about 1 kilometre away. The way up to the cave is a margosa forest. Upon reaching the cave mouth you will see a dark cave. After a walk of around 100 metres, you will emerge from darkness and see the way down to the valley. Looking around you will see a limestone mountain surrounded by high cliffs. This enables sunlight to reach the ground only at midday. Therefore, the valley has higher humidity than other parts and this contributes to a wealth of flora. The thick jungle features gigantic shrubs of the genus Excoecaria that are similar to prehistoric trees.


Wat Khao Wong    Wat Khao Wong is a temple in a valley. It has a beautiful two-storey Thai-style convocation hall. The area has been exquisitely landscaped. The monastery is the 13th of 19 branches of Wat Sangkhathan in Nonthaburi that are in places such as Chiang Mai, Um Phang, the United Kingdom, and India. The monastery was built in 1987 and has a total area of 320,000 square metres. The surrounding area is mountain and forest.
The most striking feature of Khao Wong Monastery is the 4-storey Thai-style multi-purpose pavilion. Built almost entirely of wood, the pavilion has a pond in front with many fish. Around the pond is a garden of colourful flowers. The wood used in the pavilion’s construction was donated by locals and has been transformed into a work of architecture that retains natural qualities. The monastery has a monthly meditation class for those who are interested.


Wat Tha Sung      Wat Tha Sung (another name is Wat Chantharam) is at Mu 2, Tambon Nam Sum. It is an old temple from the Ayutthaya period. It was formerly called “Wat Chan” which is the name of an abbot. Wat Chantharam later was abandoned until 1789 when the monk Luang Pho Yai came here. Villagers asked him to become the abbot of the temple and he renovated it. The first location of the temple was on the bank of Sakae Krang River. The artifact of the place is a pulpit built by Luang Pho Yai that is opposite the temple. More buildings were later added by the monk Phra Ratchaphrom Yan Nen (Luang Pho Ruesi Ling Dam). The new convocation hall is beautiful with an ornately decorated interior. The inner windows and doors have pictures of angels. His Majesty the King presided over a ceremony to officially open the building. Surronding the building is a traditional columned wall. Images of Luang Pho Pan and Luang Pho Yai 3 times the actual size is at the corner of the front wall. Furthermore, the new site has a wide area as well as many pavilions with accommodation for meditation. The main hall is open during 09.00-11.45 hrs. and 14.00-16.00 hrs. daily 

Khao Phraya Phai Rua      is in Mu 5 of Tambon Lan Sak. The mountain is shaped like a Chinese junk and is surrounded by a natural moat. It is covered with assorted plants and there are altogether 12 caves leading underground. Each cave has distinctive stalactites and stalagmites, like Kaeo Cave, Si Chomphu Cave, Thong Phra Rong Cave, Ang Nam Mon Cave, Phuttha Sathan Cave, Khao Pha Raet Cave and ending with Phra Non Cave. In front of this cave is a large natural pond that is teeming with a variety of fish and which has beautiful scenery. To get there: From Amphoe Lan Sak, take Highway No. 3438 to Huai Kha Khaeng for about 4-5 kilometres. A sign tells you to turn right for 4 kilometres to Khao Phraya Phai Rua Cave.

Pu Wai Cave

   This spacious cave is famous for its remarkable stalactites and stalagmites which can be seen taking on various beautiful shapes. Some look like waterfalls, others like mushrooms, one looks like a Roman pillar and another one is similar to a Chinese God Statue!

One enters the cave from one side and exists on the other side of the mountain, approximately 300 metres apart. The walk up the mountain to the cave entrance, and back down from the cave's exit leads through a bamboo forest, interesting in itself.

 Inside the cave, which is home to several breeds of bats, it is completely dark since there is no electricity for illumination. Visitors must bring along flash lights or rent them from officials on duty next to the car park. It is recommended to hire a cave attendant to accompany you throughout the cave. As the cave is completely dark and spacious, the cave attendant can point out the many worth-seeing dripstones, etc. which are scattered all over the place, and would likely be missed when traversing without assistance. Come and experience the cool temperatures in this spacious cave.

Phathang Temple This is one of the old temple in Banrai district. There is Luang Pho Toh the very exquisite and huge Buddha's statue.
Wat Sankat Rattana Khiri Wat Sankat Rattana Khiri is at the foot of Khao Sakae Krang at the end of Tha Chang Road in the municipality. Inside the main hall is “Phra Phuttha Mongkhon Sai Sit” or “Luang Pho Mongkhon”, an ancient bronze Buddha imae form the Sukhothai period in theMan Wichai posture. It is 1.5 metres wide and was made in the reign of King Lithai. In the open area of the temple is a stairway ascending to the top of Khao Sakae Krang totaling 449 steps. At the peak is a pavilion with a multi-tiered roof housing a replica of Lord Buddha’s footprint and a large bronze bell built in the reign of King Rama V. It is said that this is a sacred bell that visitors to the province who does not ring the bell is like on who never gets to see the province. In addition, in one corner of the temple is a pavilion housing a statue of the father of King Rama I, the founder of the Chakri dynastr, who was born in Ban Sakae Krang. 

Thung Yai Naresuan – Huai Kha Khaeng Wildlife Sanctuary

Thung Yai Naresuan – Huai Kha Khaeng Wildlife Sanctuary has begun to be known since it was registered as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in December 1991. 

Huai Kha Khaeng has an area of 3,609,375 rai or 5,775 square kilometres, covering an area of 6 districts of 3 provinces: Amphoe Ban Rai, Amphoe Lan Sak, and Amphoe Huai Khot in Uthai Thani; Amphoe Sangkhla Buri and Amphoe Thong Pha Phum in Kanchanaburi; and Amphoe Umphang in Tak. It also includes the area of Thung Yai Naresuan Wildlife Sanctuary, so this is the largest connected conserved forest in Thailand and the South East Asia Region. 



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