The journey by bus from Nakhon Sawan to Kamphaeng Phet is scheduled to take 1 hour 45 minutes.
Bus Timetable: Nakhon Sawan to Kamphaeng Phet
Click on the Nakhon Sawan – Kamphaeng Phet link in the timetable below for more information and to buy tickets.
|Nakhon Sawan - Kamphaeng Phet ฿ 169 1h 45m|
Bus Stop in Nakhon Sawan
Bus services to Kamphaeng Phet depart from Nakhon Sawan Bus Terminal, Pak Nam Pho Sub-district, Mueang Nakhon Sawan District, Nakhon Sawan 60000.
Arrival in Kamphaeng Phet
Bus services from Nakhon Sawan arrive into Kamphaeng Phet Bus Station, 243/33, Tambon Nakhon Chum, Amphoe Mueang Kamphaeng Phet, Kamphaeng Phet, 62000, Tambon Nakhon Chum, Amphoe Mueang Kamphaeng Phet, Chang Wat Kamphaeng Phet 62000.
Kamphaeng Phet Historical Park
Kamphaeng Phet Historical Park is a UNESCO World Heritage with ruins of buildings constructed from the 13th to 17th Century during a period when Kamphaeng Phet was a strategically important town with armed forces garrisoned there to protect first Sukhothai, and later Ayutthaya, from attacks from Burma. Of the major historical parks in Thailand, Kamphaeng Phet Historical Park is one of the least visited. Compared to Ayutthaya Historical Park, for instance, there is relatively little remaining of the many temples and palaces that once existed in Kamphaeng Phet, nonetheless, there are points of interest which make the historical park worth visiting.
The two most interesting sites at Kamphaeng Phet Historical Park, Wat Phra Kaew and Wat Phra That, are both located in the Central Zone of the park which is close to the town centre. Wat Phra Kaew once hosted the famous Emerald Buddha and because it was close to where a Royal palace was located it was probably the main temple in Kamphaeng Phet at one point. A cluster of Sukhothai style statue amongst the ruins of Wat Phra Kaew are the most photographed part of the historical park. The ruins of Wat Phra That feature two chedis, one large and one small, and the lower part of the walls of a large prayer hall.