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Sa Kaeo was previously a part of Prachinburi province before it was designated a new province in 1993. Sa Kaeo is situated in Eastern Thailand and borders with Cambodia to the east. Aranyaprathet district in Sa Kaeo serves as an important gateway to Cambodia, connecting international transportation and tourism linkages between the two countries. Rong Kluea Market, a border market on the Thai side, is well-known for cheap and second-hand products from various neighboring countries. Some areas in the province were once civilized communities with a long history since there are many historical attractions such as remains of ancient monuments and architectures scattered throughout the province.  Sa Kaeo also possesses abundant natural resources such as Pang Sida National Park and Ta Phraya National Park, as well as unique canyon-like soil sculptures called “Lalu”.

Sa Kaeo is divided into 8 districts; Mueang Sa Kaeo, Khlong Hat, Ta Phraya, Wang Nam Yen, Watthana Nakhon, Aranyaprathet, Khao Chakan, Khok Sung  and 1 minor district, Wang Sombun.

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There are air-conditioned buses operated by The Transport Company Limited and by private bus companies from Bangkok to Sa Kaeo departing from Northern and Northeastern Bus Terminal (Mochit 2) on Kamphaeng Phet 2 Road every day. For more information, call The Transport Company Limited call center 1490 or www.transport.co.th

The Transport Company Limited has launched 2 new international bus routes operating by air-conditioned buses.

1. Bangkok – Aranyaprathet – Poipet The last stop is in Siem Reap, a town boasts the world’s renowned heritage sites of Angkor Wat and Angkor Thom. Total distance is 424 kilometers. The return trip departs from Siem Reap bus terminal at the same departure time and the same fare. 

2. Bangkok – Aranyaprathet – Poipet – Phnom Penh This route has a total distance of 719 kilometers.

Online bus ticket booking is now available at www.busticket.in.th or www.thaiticketmajor.com  or www.thairoute.com

The Northeastern Line departs from Hua Lamphong Railway Station to Sa Kaeo every day. Travel time takes around 3.5-4.5 hours. For more information about ticket fare and departure timetable, call the State Railway of Thailand 24-hour call center 1690 or visit the website www.railway.co.th Advance ticket booking can be made at least 3 days prior to departure date by telephone at 0-2220-4444 every day from 08.30 AM – 04.30 PM. Online train ticket booking is now available at https://www.thairailwayticket.com/eTSRT/

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Sa Kaeo was previously a part of Prachinburi province before it was designated a new province in 1993. Sa Kaeo is situated in Eastern Thailand and borders with Cambodia to the east. Aranyaprathet district in Sa Kaeo serves as an important gateway to Cambodia, connecting international transportation and tourism linkages between the two countries. Rong Kluea Market, a border market on the Thai side, is well-known for cheap and second-hand products from various neighboring countries. Some areas in the province were once civilized communities with a long history since there are many historical attractions such as remains of ancient monuments and architectures scattered throughout the province.  Sa Kaeo also possesses abundant natural resources such as Pang Sida National Park and Ta Phraya National Park, as well as unique canyon-like soil sculptures called “Lalu”.

Sa Kaeo is divided into 8 districts; Mueang Sa Kaeo, Khlong Hat, Ta Phraya, Wang Nam Yen, Watthana Nakhon, Aranyaprathet, Khao Chakan, Khok Sung  and 1 minor district, Wang Sombun.

Sa Kaeo is an eastern border province of Thailand, located approximately 245 kilometers from Bangkok. In the past, it was an important and prosperous community with a history dating back to the Dvaravati Kingdom, observable from the remains of ancient monuments scattered across the province, as well as artifacts that shed light on the history and glory of Sa Kaeo’s ancestors.

Apart from historical remains worthy of study, Sa Kaeo also possesses abundant natural resources, such as Pang Sida and Ta Phraya National Parks, as well as unique, canyon-like soil sculptures called “Lalu” that are caused by ground subsidence.

At the Thai border in Amphoe Aranyaprathet, Sa Kaeo serves as a gateway to Cambodia, connecting international commercial transport and tourism at a hectic border crossing. As a result of the massive influx of goods and people passing back and forth, Rong Kluea Market offers both cheap and second-hand products from the two neighboring countries.

Located in the east of Thailand, bordering Cambodia at Aranyaprathet-Poipet border crossing, Sa Kaeo is a popular center of trade between the two countries.

In the past, Sa Kaeo was a important center of civilization and its history dates back to the Dvaravati Period over 1,000 years ago. The archeological sites in Sa Kaeo feature Khmer arts and stone inscriptions that are outstanding examples of the civilizations once occupying the area for many centuries.

Located about 220 km from Bangkok, Sa Kaeo can be reached either by road or rail. Aranyaprathet is the most popular border crossing for those heading overland into Cambodia.

Viktiga Tips

  • When crossing from Thailand into Cambodia, be aware that there are many con-artists, including bus and taxi drivers and operators offering cheap trips to Siem Reap.
  • Tourists can find various accommodation types from hotels, resorts to guesthouses in Mueang Sa Kaeo district and Aranyaprathet district especially around the area near Rong Kluea Market and the Immigration Checkpoint

    In Ta Phraya district, there are homestays which are managed by the groups of local villagers to promote the eco-agrotourism which offers tourists an experience to explore authentic culture and local way of life in the real life environment.  Homestays services include accommodations, meals, and day trips with local tour guides at an inexpensive price.

    At Pang Sida National Park, there are cottages, tents and accessories available for rent for nature lovers and those who want to experience the pleasures of camping holiday.

    Sa Kaeo boasts abundant of historical, cultural and natural attractions. Pang Sida National Park is home to 400 different species of butterflies with an annual butterfly watching festival. Talat Chaidaen Ban Khlong Luek (Rong Kluea Market) is an enormous and bustling border market. Prasat Sadok Kok Thom is one of the province’s biggest and most impressive ancient remain. “Lalu” is the name of unique, canyon-like soil sculptures that are caused by erosion of rainwater and the soil subsidence. Bamboo Ceramic Basketry Village is famous for their bamboo-covered ceramic products. 

    Sa Kaeo offers a lot of activities for travellers to match with their preferences. Try your price bargaining skill when you go shopping at Rong Kluea Market to get the cheapest price. For nature lovers and adventure seekers, Pang Sida National Park and Ta Phraya National Park are homes to a rich diversity of forest types and wildlife. There are various activities such as trekking and exploring caves and waterfalls, bird watching and butterfly watching, wildlife observation on a tower and splendid spot for stargazing. There are many historical sites waiting for history lovers to enjoy their historical quests.  

    Made-to-order food shops, street food stalls and restaurants can be found around the province. For those who want to have a taste of the authentic local food, take a stroll around the local fresh market and you definitely find some local food worth trying. 

    Famous souvenirs and OTOP products can be found in most souvenir shops around the major tourist attractions. Don’t miss to buy some of local handmade handicrafts and local agricultural produce. The most famous shopping destination of Sa Kaeo is Rong Kluea Market. The market is originally an outdoor market but there is the newly open air-conditioned market recently. Goods sold in the market varies from new to second-hand goods such as clothing, shoes, handbags, watches, jewelry and ornaments, etc. 

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    Sa Kaeo was previously a part of Prachinburi province before it was designated a new province in 1993. Sa Kaeo is situated in Eastern Thailand and borders with Cambodia to the east. Aranyaprathet district in Sa Kaeo serves as an important gateway to Cambodia, connecting international transportation and tourism linkages between the two countries. Rong Kluea Market, a border market on the Thai side, is well-known for cheap and second-hand products from various neighboring countries. Some areas in the province were once civilized communities with a long history since there are many historical attractions such as remains of ancient monuments and architectures scattered throughout the province.  Sa Kaeo also possesses abundant natural resources such as Pang Sida National Park and Ta Phraya National Park, as well as unique canyon-like soil sculptures called “Lalu”.

    Sa Kaeo is divided into 8 districts; Mueang Sa Kaeo, Khlong Hat, Ta Phraya, Wang Nam Yen, Watthana Nakhon, Aranyaprathet, Khao Chakan, Khok Sung  and 1 minor district, Wang Sombun.

    Sa Kaeo is an eastern border province of Thailand, located approximately 245 kilometers from Bangkok. In the past, it was an important and prosperous community with a history dating back to the Dvaravati Kingdom, observable from the remains of ancient monuments scattered across the province, as well as artifacts that shed light on the history and glory of Sa Kaeo’s ancestors.

    Apart from historical remains worthy of study, Sa Kaeo also possesses abundant natural resources, such as Pang Sida and Ta Phraya National Parks, as well as unique, canyon-like soil sculptures called “Lalu” that are caused by ground subsidence.

    At the Thai border in Amphoe Aranyaprathet, Sa Kaeo serves as a gateway to Cambodia, connecting international commercial transport and tourism at a hectic border crossing. As a result of the massive influx of goods and people passing back and forth, Rong Kluea Market offers both cheap and second-hand products from the two neighboring countries.

    Located in the east of Thailand, bordering Cambodia at Aranyaprathet-Poipet border crossing, Sa Kaeo is a popular center of trade between the two countries.

    In the past, Sa Kaeo was a important center of civilization and its history dates back to the Dvaravati Period over 1,000 years ago. The archeological sites in Sa Kaeo feature Khmer arts and stone inscriptions that are outstanding examples of the civilizations once occupying the area for many centuries.

    Located about 220 km from Bangkok, Sa Kaeo can be reached either by road or rail. Aranyaprathet is the most popular border crossing for those heading overland into Cambodia.

    Viktiga Tips

  • When crossing from Thailand into Cambodia, be aware that there are many con-artists, including bus and taxi drivers and operators offering cheap trips to Siem Reap.
  • Tourists can find various accommodation types from hotels, resorts to guesthouses in Mueang Sa Kaeo district and Aranyaprathet district especially around the area near Rong Kluea Market and the Immigration Checkpoint

    In Ta Phraya district, there are homestays which are managed by the groups of local villagers to promote the eco-agrotourism which offers tourists an experience to explore authentic culture and local way of life in the real life environment.  Homestays services include accommodations, meals, and day trips with local tour guides at an inexpensive price.

    At Pang Sida National Park, there are cottages, tents and accessories available for rent for nature lovers and those who want to experience the pleasures of camping holiday.

    Sa Kaeo boasts abundant of historical, cultural and natural attractions. Pang Sida National Park is home to 400 different species of butterflies with an annual butterfly watching festival. Talat Chaidaen Ban Khlong Luek (Rong Kluea Market) is an enormous and bustling border market. Prasat Sadok Kok Thom is one of the province’s biggest and most impressive ancient remain. “Lalu” is the name of unique, canyon-like soil sculptures that are caused by erosion of rainwater and the soil subsidence. Bamboo Ceramic Basketry Village is famous for their bamboo-covered ceramic products. 

    Sa Kaeo offers a lot of activities for travellers to match with their preferences. Try your price bargaining skill when you go shopping at Rong Kluea Market to get the cheapest price. For nature lovers and adventure seekers, Pang Sida National Park and Ta Phraya National Park are homes to a rich diversity of forest types and wildlife. There are various activities such as trekking and exploring caves and waterfalls, bird watching and butterfly watching, wildlife observation on a tower and splendid spot for stargazing. There are many historical sites waiting for history lovers to enjoy their historical quests.  

    Made-to-order food shops, street food stalls and restaurants can be found around the province. For those who want to have a taste of the authentic local food, take a stroll around the local fresh market and you definitely find some local food worth trying. 

    Famous souvenirs and OTOP products can be found in most souvenir shops around the major tourist attractions. Don’t miss to buy some of local handmade handicrafts and local agricultural produce. The most famous shopping destination of Sa Kaeo is Rong Kluea Market. The market is originally an outdoor market but there is the newly open air-conditioned market recently. Goods sold in the market varies from new to second-hand goods such as clothing, shoes, handbags, watches, jewelry and ornaments, etc. 

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    Sa Kaeo was previously a part of Prachinburi province before it was designated a new province in 1993. Sa Kaeo is situated in Eastern Thailand and borders with Cambodia to the east. Aranyaprathet district in Sa Kaeo serves as an important gateway to Cambodia, connecting international transportation and tourism linkages between the two countries. Rong Kluea Market, a border market on the Thai side, is well-known for cheap and second-hand products from various neighboring countries. Some areas in the province were once civilized communities with a long history since there are many historical attractions such as remains of ancient monuments and architectures scattered throughout the province.  Sa Kaeo also possesses abundant natural resources such as Pang Sida National Park and Ta Phraya National Park, as well as unique canyon-like soil sculptures called “Lalu”.

    Sa Kaeo is divided into 8 districts; Mueang Sa Kaeo, Khlong Hat, Ta Phraya, Wang Nam Yen, Watthana Nakhon, Aranyaprathet, Khao Chakan, Khok Sung  and 1 minor district, Wang Sombun.

    Sa Kaeo is an eastern border province of Thailand, located approximately 245 kilometers from Bangkok. In the past, it was an important and prosperous community with a history dating back to the Dvaravati Kingdom, observable from the remains of ancient monuments scattered across the province, as well as artifacts that shed light on the history and glory of Sa Kaeo’s ancestors.

    Apart from historical remains worthy of study, Sa Kaeo also possesses abundant natural resources, such as Pang Sida and Ta Phraya National Parks, as well as unique, canyon-like soil sculptures called “Lalu” that are caused by ground subsidence.

    At the Thai border in Amphoe Aranyaprathet, Sa Kaeo serves as a gateway to Cambodia, connecting international commercial transport and tourism at a hectic border crossing. As a result of the massive influx of goods and people passing back and forth, Rong Kluea Market offers both cheap and second-hand products from the two neighboring countries.

    Located in the east of Thailand, bordering Cambodia at Aranyaprathet-Poipet border crossing, Sa Kaeo is a popular center of trade between the two countries.

    In the past, Sa Kaeo was a important center of civilization and its history dates back to the Dvaravati Period over 1,000 years ago. The archeological sites in Sa Kaeo feature Khmer arts and stone inscriptions that are outstanding examples of the civilizations once occupying the area for many centuries.

    Located about 220 km from Bangkok, Sa Kaeo can be reached either by road or rail. Aranyaprathet is the most popular border crossing for those heading overland into Cambodia.

    Viktiga Tips

  • When crossing from Thailand into Cambodia, be aware that there are many con-artists, including bus and taxi drivers and operators offering cheap trips to Siem Reap.
  • Tourists can find various accommodation types from hotels, resorts to guesthouses in Mueang Sa Kaeo district and Aranyaprathet district especially around the area near Rong Kluea Market and the Immigration Checkpoint

    In Ta Phraya district, there are homestays which are managed by the groups of local villagers to promote the eco-agrotourism which offers tourists an experience to explore authentic culture and local way of life in the real life environment.  Homestays services include accommodations, meals, and day trips with local tour guides at an inexpensive price.

    At Pang Sida National Park, there are cottages, tents and accessories available for rent for nature lovers and those who want to experience the pleasures of camping holiday.

    Sa Kaeo boasts abundant of historical, cultural and natural attractions. Pang Sida National Park is home to 400 different species of butterflies with an annual butterfly watching festival. Talat Chaidaen Ban Khlong Luek (Rong Kluea Market) is an enormous and bustling border market. Prasat Sadok Kok Thom is one of the province’s biggest and most impressive ancient remain. “Lalu” is the name of unique, canyon-like soil sculptures that are caused by erosion of rainwater and the soil subsidence. Bamboo Ceramic Basketry Village is famous for their bamboo-covered ceramic products. 

    Sa Kaeo offers a lot of activities for travellers to match with their preferences. Try your price bargaining skill when you go shopping at Rong Kluea Market to get the cheapest price. For nature lovers and adventure seekers, Pang Sida National Park and Ta Phraya National Park are homes to a rich diversity of forest types and wildlife. There are various activities such as trekking and exploring caves and waterfalls, bird watching and butterfly watching, wildlife observation on a tower and splendid spot for stargazing. There are many historical sites waiting for history lovers to enjoy their historical quests.  

    Made-to-order food shops, street food stalls and restaurants can be found around the province. For those who want to have a taste of the authentic local food, take a stroll around the local fresh market and you definitely find some local food worth trying. 

    Famous souvenirs and OTOP products can be found in most souvenir shops around the major tourist attractions. Don’t miss to buy some of local handmade handicrafts and local agricultural produce. The most famous shopping destination of Sa Kaeo is Rong Kluea Market. The market is originally an outdoor market but there is the newly open air-conditioned market recently. Goods sold in the market varies from new to second-hand goods such as clothing, shoes, handbags, watches, jewelry and ornaments, etc. 

    Sa Kaeo was previously a part of Prachinburi province before it was designated a new province in 1993. Sa Kaeo is situated in Eastern Thailand and borders with Cambodia to the east. Aranyaprathet district in Sa Kaeo serves as an important gateway to Cambodia, connecting international transportation and tourism linkages between the two countries. Rong Kluea Market, a border market on the Thai side, is well-known for cheap and second-hand products from various neighboring countries. Some areas in the province were once civilized communities with a long history since there are many historical attractions such as remains of ancient monuments and architectures scattered throughout the province.  Sa Kaeo also possesses abundant natural resources such as Pang Sida National Park and Ta Phraya National Park, as well as unique canyon-like soil sculptures called “Lalu”.

    Sa Kaeo is divided into 8 districts; Mueang Sa Kaeo, Khlong Hat, Ta Phraya, Wang Nam Yen, Watthana Nakhon, Aranyaprathet, Khao Chakan, Khok Sung  and 1 minor district, Wang Sombun.

    Sa Kaeo is an eastern border province of Thailand, located approximately 245 kilometers from Bangkok. In the past, it was an important and prosperous community with a history dating back to the Dvaravati Kingdom, observable from the remains of ancient monuments scattered across the province, as well as artifacts that shed light on the history and glory of Sa Kaeo’s ancestors.

    Apart from historical remains worthy of study, Sa Kaeo also possesses abundant natural resources, such as Pang Sida and Ta Phraya National Parks, as well as unique, canyon-like soil sculptures called “Lalu” that are caused by ground subsidence.

    At the Thai border in Amphoe Aranyaprathet, Sa Kaeo serves as a gateway to Cambodia, connecting international commercial transport and tourism at a hectic border crossing. As a result of the massive influx of goods and people passing back and forth, Rong Kluea Market offers both cheap and second-hand products from the two neighboring countries.

    Located in the east of Thailand, bordering Cambodia at Aranyaprathet-Poipet border crossing, Sa Kaeo is a popular center of trade between the two countries.

    In the past, Sa Kaeo was a important center of civilization and its history dates back to the Dvaravati Period over 1,000 years ago. The archeological sites in Sa Kaeo feature Khmer arts and stone inscriptions that are outstanding examples of the civilizations once occupying the area for many centuries.

    Located about 220 km from Bangkok, Sa Kaeo can be reached either by road or rail. Aranyaprathet is the most popular border crossing for those heading overland into Cambodia.

    Viktiga Tips

  • When crossing from Thailand into Cambodia, be aware that there are many con-artists, including bus and taxi drivers and operators offering cheap trips to Siem Reap.
  • Tourists can find various accommodation types from hotels, resorts to guesthouses in Mueang Sa Kaeo district and Aranyaprathet district especially around the area near Rong Kluea Market and the Immigration Checkpoint

    In Ta Phraya district, there are homestays which are managed by the groups of local villagers to promote the eco-agrotourism which offers tourists an experience to explore authentic culture and local way of life in the real life environment.  Homestays services include accommodations, meals, and day trips with local tour guides at an inexpensive price.

    At Pang Sida National Park, there are cottages, tents and accessories available for rent for nature lovers and those who want to experience the pleasures of camping holiday.

    Sa Kaeo boasts abundant of historical, cultural and natural attractions. Pang Sida National Park is home to 400 different species of butterflies with an annual butterfly watching festival. Talat Chaidaen Ban Khlong Luek (Rong Kluea Market) is an enormous and bustling border market. Prasat Sadok Kok Thom is one of the province’s biggest and most impressive ancient remain. “Lalu” is the name of unique, canyon-like soil sculptures that are caused by erosion of rainwater and the soil subsidence. Bamboo Ceramic Basketry Village is famous for their bamboo-covered ceramic products. 

    Sa Kaeo offers a lot of activities for travellers to match with their preferences. Try your price bargaining skill when you go shopping at Rong Kluea Market to get the cheapest price. For nature lovers and adventure seekers, Pang Sida National Park and Ta Phraya National Park are homes to a rich diversity of forest types and wildlife. There are various activities such as trekking and exploring caves and waterfalls, bird watching and butterfly watching, wildlife observation on a tower and splendid spot for stargazing. There are many historical sites waiting for history lovers to enjoy their historical quests.  

    Made-to-order food shops, street food stalls and restaurants can be found around the province. For those who want to have a taste of the authentic local food, take a stroll around the local fresh market and you definitely find some local food worth trying. 

    Famous souvenirs and OTOP products can be found in most souvenir shops around the major tourist attractions. Don’t miss to buy some of local handmade handicrafts and local agricultural produce. The most famous shopping destination of Sa Kaeo is Rong Kluea Market. The market is originally an outdoor market but there is the newly open air-conditioned market recently. Goods sold in the market varies from new to second-hand goods such as clothing, shoes, handbags, watches, jewelry and ornaments, etc. 

    wheretogo Resmål

    Sa Kaeo was previously a part of Prachinburi province before it was designated a new province in 1993. Sa Kaeo is situated in Eastern Thailand and borders with Cambodia to the east. Aranyaprathet district in Sa Kaeo serves as an important gateway to Cambodia, connecting international transportation and tourism linkages between the two countries. Rong Kluea Market, a border market on the Thai side, is well-known for cheap and second-hand products from various neighboring countries. Some areas in the province were once civilized communities with a long history since there are many historical attractions such as remains of ancient monuments and architectures scattered throughout the province.  Sa Kaeo also possesses abundant natural resources such as Pang Sida National Park and Ta Phraya National Park, as well as unique canyon-like soil sculptures called “Lalu”.

    Sa Kaeo is divided into 8 districts; Mueang Sa Kaeo, Khlong Hat, Ta Phraya, Wang Nam Yen, Watthana Nakhon, Aranyaprathet, Khao Chakan, Khok Sung  and 1 minor district, Wang Sombun.

    Sa Kaeo is an eastern border province of Thailand, located approximately 245 kilometers from Bangkok. In the past, it was an important and prosperous community with a history dating back to the Dvaravati Kingdom, observable from the remains of ancient monuments scattered across the province, as well as artifacts that shed light on the history and glory of Sa Kaeo’s ancestors.

    Apart from historical remains worthy of study, Sa Kaeo also possesses abundant natural resources, such as Pang Sida and Ta Phraya National Parks, as well as unique, canyon-like soil sculptures called “Lalu” that are caused by ground subsidence.

    At the Thai border in Amphoe Aranyaprathet, Sa Kaeo serves as a gateway to Cambodia, connecting international commercial transport and tourism at a hectic border crossing. As a result of the massive influx of goods and people passing back and forth, Rong Kluea Market offers both cheap and second-hand products from the two neighboring countries.

    Located in the east of Thailand, bordering Cambodia at Aranyaprathet-Poipet border crossing, Sa Kaeo is a popular center of trade between the two countries.

    In the past, Sa Kaeo was a important center of civilization and its history dates back to the Dvaravati Period over 1,000 years ago. The archeological sites in Sa Kaeo feature Khmer arts and stone inscriptions that are outstanding examples of the civilizations once occupying the area for many centuries.

    Located about 220 km from Bangkok, Sa Kaeo can be reached either by road or rail. Aranyaprathet is the most popular border crossing for those heading overland into Cambodia.

    Viktiga Tips

  • When crossing from Thailand into Cambodia, be aware that there are many con-artists, including bus and taxi drivers and operators offering cheap trips to Siem Reap.
  • Tourists can find various accommodation types from hotels, resorts to guesthouses in Mueang Sa Kaeo district and Aranyaprathet district especially around the area near Rong Kluea Market and the Immigration Checkpoint

    In Ta Phraya district, there are homestays which are managed by the groups of local villagers to promote the eco-agrotourism which offers tourists an experience to explore authentic culture and local way of life in the real life environment.  Homestays services include accommodations, meals, and day trips with local tour guides at an inexpensive price.

    At Pang Sida National Park, there are cottages, tents and accessories available for rent for nature lovers and those who want to experience the pleasures of camping holiday.

    Sa Kaeo boasts abundant of historical, cultural and natural attractions. Pang Sida National Park is home to 400 different species of butterflies with an annual butterfly watching festival. Talat Chaidaen Ban Khlong Luek (Rong Kluea Market) is an enormous and bustling border market. Prasat Sadok Kok Thom is one of the province’s biggest and most impressive ancient remain. “Lalu” is the name of unique, canyon-like soil sculptures that are caused by erosion of rainwater and the soil subsidence. Bamboo Ceramic Basketry Village is famous for their bamboo-covered ceramic products. 

    Sa Kaeo offers a lot of activities for travellers to match with their preferences. Try your price bargaining skill when you go shopping at Rong Kluea Market to get the cheapest price. For nature lovers and adventure seekers, Pang Sida National Park and Ta Phraya National Park are homes to a rich diversity of forest types and wildlife. There are various activities such as trekking and exploring caves and waterfalls, bird watching and butterfly watching, wildlife observation on a tower and splendid spot for stargazing. There are many historical sites waiting for history lovers to enjoy their historical quests.  

    Made-to-order food shops, street food stalls and restaurants can be found around the province. For those who want to have a taste of the authentic local food, take a stroll around the local fresh market and you definitely find some local food worth trying. 

    Famous souvenirs and OTOP products can be found in most souvenir shops around the major tourist attractions. Don’t miss to buy some of local handmade handicrafts and local agricultural produce. The most famous shopping destination of Sa Kaeo is Rong Kluea Market. The market is originally an outdoor market but there is the newly open air-conditioned market recently. Goods sold in the market varies from new to second-hand goods such as clothing, shoes, handbags, watches, jewelry and ornaments, etc. 

    thingstodo Things to do

    Sa Kaeo was previously a part of Prachinburi province before it was designated a new province in 1993. Sa Kaeo is situated in Eastern Thailand and borders with Cambodia to the east. Aranyaprathet district in Sa Kaeo serves as an important gateway to Cambodia, connecting international transportation and tourism linkages between the two countries. Rong Kluea Market, a border market on the Thai side, is well-known for cheap and second-hand products from various neighboring countries. Some areas in the province were once civilized communities with a long history since there are many historical attractions such as remains of ancient monuments and architectures scattered throughout the province.  Sa Kaeo also possesses abundant natural resources such as Pang Sida National Park and Ta Phraya National Park, as well as unique canyon-like soil sculptures called “Lalu”.

    Sa Kaeo is divided into 8 districts; Mueang Sa Kaeo, Khlong Hat, Ta Phraya, Wang Nam Yen, Watthana Nakhon, Aranyaprathet, Khao Chakan, Khok Sung  and 1 minor district, Wang Sombun.

    Sa Kaeo is an eastern border province of Thailand, located approximately 245 kilometers from Bangkok. In the past, it was an important and prosperous community with a history dating back to the Dvaravati Kingdom, observable from the remains of ancient monuments scattered across the province, as well as artifacts that shed light on the history and glory of Sa Kaeo’s ancestors.

    Apart from historical remains worthy of study, Sa Kaeo also possesses abundant natural resources, such as Pang Sida and Ta Phraya National Parks, as well as unique, canyon-like soil sculptures called “Lalu” that are caused by ground subsidence.

    At the Thai border in Amphoe Aranyaprathet, Sa Kaeo serves as a gateway to Cambodia, connecting international commercial transport and tourism at a hectic border crossing. As a result of the massive influx of goods and people passing back and forth, Rong Kluea Market offers both cheap and second-hand products from the two neighboring countries.

    Located in the east of Thailand, bordering Cambodia at Aranyaprathet-Poipet border crossing, Sa Kaeo is a popular center of trade between the two countries.

    In the past, Sa Kaeo was a important center of civilization and its history dates back to the Dvaravati Period over 1,000 years ago. The archeological sites in Sa Kaeo feature Khmer arts and stone inscriptions that are outstanding examples of the civilizations once occupying the area for many centuries.

    Located about 220 km from Bangkok, Sa Kaeo can be reached either by road or rail. Aranyaprathet is the most popular border crossing for those heading overland into Cambodia.

    Viktiga Tips

  • When crossing from Thailand into Cambodia, be aware that there are many con-artists, including bus and taxi drivers and operators offering cheap trips to Siem Reap.
  • Tourists can find various accommodation types from hotels, resorts to guesthouses in Mueang Sa Kaeo district and Aranyaprathet district especially around the area near Rong Kluea Market and the Immigration Checkpoint

    In Ta Phraya district, there are homestays which are managed by the groups of local villagers to promote the eco-agrotourism which offers tourists an experience to explore authentic culture and local way of life in the real life environment.  Homestays services include accommodations, meals, and day trips with local tour guides at an inexpensive price.

    At Pang Sida National Park, there are cottages, tents and accessories available for rent for nature lovers and those who want to experience the pleasures of camping holiday.

    Sa Kaeo boasts abundant of historical, cultural and natural attractions. Pang Sida National Park is home to 400 different species of butterflies with an annual butterfly watching festival. Talat Chaidaen Ban Khlong Luek (Rong Kluea Market) is an enormous and bustling border market. Prasat Sadok Kok Thom is one of the province’s biggest and most impressive ancient remain. “Lalu” is the name of unique, canyon-like soil sculptures that are caused by erosion of rainwater and the soil subsidence. Bamboo Ceramic Basketry Village is famous for their bamboo-covered ceramic products. 

    Sa Kaeo offers a lot of activities for travellers to match with their preferences. Try your price bargaining skill when you go shopping at Rong Kluea Market to get the cheapest price. For nature lovers and adventure seekers, Pang Sida National Park and Ta Phraya National Park are homes to a rich diversity of forest types and wildlife. There are various activities such as trekking and exploring caves and waterfalls, bird watching and butterfly watching, wildlife observation on a tower and splendid spot for stargazing. There are many historical sites waiting for history lovers to enjoy their historical quests.  

    Made-to-order food shops, street food stalls and restaurants can be found around the province. For those who want to have a taste of the authentic local food, take a stroll around the local fresh market and you definitely find some local food worth trying. 

    Famous souvenirs and OTOP products can be found in most souvenir shops around the major tourist attractions. Don’t miss to buy some of local handmade handicrafts and local agricultural produce. The most famous shopping destination of Sa Kaeo is Rong Kluea Market. The market is originally an outdoor market but there is the newly open air-conditioned market recently. Goods sold in the market varies from new to second-hand goods such as clothing, shoes, handbags, watches, jewelry and ornaments, etc. 

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    Sa Kaeo was previously a part of Prachinburi province before it was designated a new province in 1993. Sa Kaeo is situated in Eastern Thailand and borders with Cambodia to the east. Aranyaprathet district in Sa Kaeo serves as an important gateway to Cambodia, connecting international transportation and tourism linkages between the two countries. Rong Kluea Market, a border market on the Thai side, is well-known for cheap and second-hand products from various neighboring countries. Some areas in the province were once civilized communities with a long history since there are many historical attractions such as remains of ancient monuments and architectures scattered throughout the province.  Sa Kaeo also possesses abundant natural resources such as Pang Sida National Park and Ta Phraya National Park, as well as unique canyon-like soil sculptures called “Lalu”.

    Sa Kaeo is divided into 8 districts; Mueang Sa Kaeo, Khlong Hat, Ta Phraya, Wang Nam Yen, Watthana Nakhon, Aranyaprathet, Khao Chakan, Khok Sung  and 1 minor district, Wang Sombun.

    Sa Kaeo is an eastern border province of Thailand, located approximately 245 kilometers from Bangkok. In the past, it was an important and prosperous community with a history dating back to the Dvaravati Kingdom, observable from the remains of ancient monuments scattered across the province, as well as artifacts that shed light on the history and glory of Sa Kaeo’s ancestors.

    Apart from historical remains worthy of study, Sa Kaeo also possesses abundant natural resources, such as Pang Sida and Ta Phraya National Parks, as well as unique, canyon-like soil sculptures called “Lalu” that are caused by ground subsidence.

    At the Thai border in Amphoe Aranyaprathet, Sa Kaeo serves as a gateway to Cambodia, connecting international commercial transport and tourism at a hectic border crossing. As a result of the massive influx of goods and people passing back and forth, Rong Kluea Market offers both cheap and second-hand products from the two neighboring countries.

    Located in the east of Thailand, bordering Cambodia at Aranyaprathet-Poipet border crossing, Sa Kaeo is a popular center of trade between the two countries.

    In the past, Sa Kaeo was a important center of civilization and its history dates back to the Dvaravati Period over 1,000 years ago. The archeological sites in Sa Kaeo feature Khmer arts and stone inscriptions that are outstanding examples of the civilizations once occupying the area for many centuries.

    Located about 220 km from Bangkok, Sa Kaeo can be reached either by road or rail. Aranyaprathet is the most popular border crossing for those heading overland into Cambodia.

    Viktiga Tips

  • When crossing from Thailand into Cambodia, be aware that there are many con-artists, including bus and taxi drivers and operators offering cheap trips to Siem Reap.
  • Tourists can find various accommodation types from hotels, resorts to guesthouses in Mueang Sa Kaeo district and Aranyaprathet district especially around the area near Rong Kluea Market and the Immigration Checkpoint

    In Ta Phraya district, there are homestays which are managed by the groups of local villagers to promote the eco-agrotourism which offers tourists an experience to explore authentic culture and local way of life in the real life environment.  Homestays services include accommodations, meals, and day trips with local tour guides at an inexpensive price.

    At Pang Sida National Park, there are cottages, tents and accessories available for rent for nature lovers and those who want to experience the pleasures of camping holiday.

    Sa Kaeo boasts abundant of historical, cultural and natural attractions. Pang Sida National Park is home to 400 different species of butterflies with an annual butterfly watching festival. Talat Chaidaen Ban Khlong Luek (Rong Kluea Market) is an enormous and bustling border market. Prasat Sadok Kok Thom is one of the province’s biggest and most impressive ancient remain. “Lalu” is the name of unique, canyon-like soil sculptures that are caused by erosion of rainwater and the soil subsidence. Bamboo Ceramic Basketry Village is famous for their bamboo-covered ceramic products. 

    Sa Kaeo offers a lot of activities for travellers to match with their preferences. Try your price bargaining skill when you go shopping at Rong Kluea Market to get the cheapest price. For nature lovers and adventure seekers, Pang Sida National Park and Ta Phraya National Park are homes to a rich diversity of forest types and wildlife. There are various activities such as trekking and exploring caves and waterfalls, bird watching and butterfly watching, wildlife observation on a tower and splendid spot for stargazing. There are many historical sites waiting for history lovers to enjoy their historical quests.  

    Made-to-order food shops, street food stalls and restaurants can be found around the province. For those who want to have a taste of the authentic local food, take a stroll around the local fresh market and you definitely find some local food worth trying. 

    Famous souvenirs and OTOP products can be found in most souvenir shops around the major tourist attractions. Don’t miss to buy some of local handmade handicrafts and local agricultural produce. The most famous shopping destination of Sa Kaeo is Rong Kluea Market. The market is originally an outdoor market but there is the newly open air-conditioned market recently. Goods sold in the market varies from new to second-hand goods such as clothing, shoes, handbags, watches, jewelry and ornaments, etc. 

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    Sa Kaeo was previously a part of Prachinburi province before it was designated a new province in 1993. Sa Kaeo is situated in Eastern Thailand and borders with Cambodia to the east. Aranyaprathet district in Sa Kaeo serves as an important gateway to Cambodia, connecting international transportation and tourism linkages between the two countries. Rong Kluea Market, a border market on the Thai side, is well-known for cheap and second-hand products from various neighboring countries. Some areas in the province were once civilized communities with a long history since there are many historical attractions such as remains of ancient monuments and architectures scattered throughout the province.  Sa Kaeo also possesses abundant natural resources such as Pang Sida National Park and Ta Phraya National Park, as well as unique canyon-like soil sculptures called “Lalu”.

    Sa Kaeo is divided into 8 districts; Mueang Sa Kaeo, Khlong Hat, Ta Phraya, Wang Nam Yen, Watthana Nakhon, Aranyaprathet, Khao Chakan, Khok Sung  and 1 minor district, Wang Sombun.

    Sa Kaeo is an eastern border province of Thailand, located approximately 245 kilometers from Bangkok. In the past, it was an important and prosperous community with a history dating back to the Dvaravati Kingdom, observable from the remains of ancient monuments scattered across the province, as well as artifacts that shed light on the history and glory of Sa Kaeo’s ancestors.

    Apart from historical remains worthy of study, Sa Kaeo also possesses abundant natural resources, such as Pang Sida and Ta Phraya National Parks, as well as unique, canyon-like soil sculptures called “Lalu” that are caused by ground subsidence.

    At the Thai border in Amphoe Aranyaprathet, Sa Kaeo serves as a gateway to Cambodia, connecting international commercial transport and tourism at a hectic border crossing. As a result of the massive influx of goods and people passing back and forth, Rong Kluea Market offers both cheap and second-hand products from the two neighboring countries.

    Located in the east of Thailand, bordering Cambodia at Aranyaprathet-Poipet border crossing, Sa Kaeo is a popular center of trade between the two countries.

    In the past, Sa Kaeo was a important center of civilization and its history dates back to the Dvaravati Period over 1,000 years ago. The archeological sites in Sa Kaeo feature Khmer arts and stone inscriptions that are outstanding examples of the civilizations once occupying the area for many centuries.

    Located about 220 km from Bangkok, Sa Kaeo can be reached either by road or rail. Aranyaprathet is the most popular border crossing for those heading overland into Cambodia.

    Viktiga Tips

  • When crossing from Thailand into Cambodia, be aware that there are many con-artists, including bus and taxi drivers and operators offering cheap trips to Siem Reap.
  • Tourists can find various accommodation types from hotels, resorts to guesthouses in Mueang Sa Kaeo district and Aranyaprathet district especially around the area near Rong Kluea Market and the Immigration Checkpoint

    In Ta Phraya district, there are homestays which are managed by the groups of local villagers to promote the eco-agrotourism which offers tourists an experience to explore authentic culture and local way of life in the real life environment.  Homestays services include accommodations, meals, and day trips with local tour guides at an inexpensive price.

    At Pang Sida National Park, there are cottages, tents and accessories available for rent for nature lovers and those who want to experience the pleasures of camping holiday.

    Sa Kaeo boasts abundant of historical, cultural and natural attractions. Pang Sida National Park is home to 400 different species of butterflies with an annual butterfly watching festival. Talat Chaidaen Ban Khlong Luek (Rong Kluea Market) is an enormous and bustling border market. Prasat Sadok Kok Thom is one of the province’s biggest and most impressive ancient remain. “Lalu” is the name of unique, canyon-like soil sculptures that are caused by erosion of rainwater and the soil subsidence. Bamboo Ceramic Basketry Village is famous for their bamboo-covered ceramic products. 

    Sa Kaeo offers a lot of activities for travellers to match with their preferences. Try your price bargaining skill when you go shopping at Rong Kluea Market to get the cheapest price. For nature lovers and adventure seekers, Pang Sida National Park and Ta Phraya National Park are homes to a rich diversity of forest types and wildlife. There are various activities such as trekking and exploring caves and waterfalls, bird watching and butterfly watching, wildlife observation on a tower and splendid spot for stargazing. There are many historical sites waiting for history lovers to enjoy their historical quests.  

    Made-to-order food shops, street food stalls and restaurants can be found around the province. For those who want to have a taste of the authentic local food, take a stroll around the local fresh market and you definitely find some local food worth trying. 

    Famous souvenirs and OTOP products can be found in most souvenir shops around the major tourist attractions. Don’t miss to buy some of local handmade handicrafts and local agricultural produce. The most famous shopping destination of Sa Kaeo is Rong Kluea Market. The market is originally an outdoor market but there is the newly open air-conditioned market recently. Goods sold in the market varies from new to second-hand goods such as clothing, shoes, handbags, watches, jewelry and ornaments, etc.