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... 's legs and sat on her bag. I then spent the rest of the journey reminding ourselves it cost only £2! Finally we arrived in Phitsanulok around half 9 where a nice woman showed us to a guest house in our guide book from the train station. We checked in ...
We spent a day in Phitsanulok visiting the Folklore Museum, a very random collection of Thai artefacts, a Buddha-making factory to provide background for the many, many statues we had seen so far and Wat Phra Si Mahathat. Thailand, being the slightly ...
... was the wok master!). Itinerary decision: Lynda and I are off on the train--the ssssslllloooooowwwwwwwww (but cheap!) local version--to Phitsanulok, a city on a river north of here. It'll be our jumping off point to Mae Sot, on the western border with ...
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Built in 1357 and later developed into a monastery, this temple now houses Phitsanulok's most revered statues of Lord Buddha.
Considered one of the most beautiful images of Buddha, this statue was cast during the late Sukhothai period in 1631.
Wisutkasat Road, Phitsanulok, Thailand
This history museum is well known for its extensive collection of folk-arts, crafts, basketry, pottery and ancient kitchen utensils, which were all collected by Sergeant Major Khun Thawee.