Prasat Mueang Singh139 Votes Currently Open
This is a historical park in the Sai Yok district. It covers a huge area of 736,000 square metres. This area is enclosed by a laterite wall. The wall in the south winds along the course of the Khwae Noi River. The other three sides are quadratic. Inside the park are ancient buildings surrounded by lush green lawns and big tall trees. The central tower of the temples symbolises ‘Mount Meru’, the centre of the universe according to religious texts. If you are interested in history, these well maintained ruins will amuse you. If are not, there is enough natural beauty here to hypnotize you.
- The Prasat Mueang Singh shrine
- The Museum
- The Statue of Lokeshwara
Prasat Mueang Singh Travel Tips
- This place is not as commercialised as many others. And it’s not that crowded as well. If you want to spend some tranquil time, the Prasat Mueang Singh Park is a good place to visit.
How to Reach Prasat Mueang Singh
- Train- Kanchanaburi to Kilen Station. You have to walk a kilometre from there.
- Hire a Taxi. The park is 40 kilometres away from Kanchanaburi city.
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12.97% of people who visit Kanchanaburi include Prasat Mueang Singh in their plan
11 AM - 12 PM
53.85% of people start their Prasat Mueang Singh visit around 11 AM - 12 PM
1 Hr 30 Minutes
People usually take around 1 Hr 30 Minutes to see Prasat Mueang Singh
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Prasat Mueang Singh