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Uthai Thani is a province abundant in natural resources, such as forests and wildlife. "Huai Kha Khaeng Wildlife Reserve" here was proclaimed a Nautral World Heritage Site on 13 December 1991. The reserve has jungles, forests, plains, many streams, and most importantly, a number of rare and endangered animals.

Due to the verdant nature of the area, Uthai Thani is a province with unspoiled natural tourist destinations that are of interest to tourists everywhere. Furthermore, visitors can see the different lifestyles of locals, such as the life of raft residents on Sakae Krang River, a waterway that aided the birth of the province and which has been a lifeline for its people since ancient times. It is also where provincial trading has flourished. Life revolving around the river eventually grew from a community into the major province that it is today.

Best time to visit

Uthai Thani’s monsoon rains come June through October, and the best weather for the province falling between November and January. The highest temperatures are March through May.

Check the below table for the general idea of Uthai Thani weather throughout the year.

Month Avg. High (°C) Avg. Mean (°C) Avg. Low (°C)
Jan 31.9 24.9 18.9
Feb 35.1 28.3 22.6
Mar 36.4 29.9 24.7
Apr 37.7 31.1 25.8
May 36.3 30.3 25.9
Jun 35.1 29.6 25.7
Jul 34.3 28.9 25.3
Aug 33.9 28.6 25
Sep 33.3 28.2 24.8
Oct 32.8 27.9 24.3
Nov 32.6 27.1 22.6
Dec 31.7 25.3 19.9

Uthai Thani’s current weather and 7-day forecast


Wondering what to do in Uthai Thani? These are the things you’ll want to do while you visit Uthai Thani. You can subdivide into Uthai Thani nature and Uthai Thani culture or any tag you like.

1.The Tak Bat Thewo Fair 

The Tak Bat Thewo Fair at Wat Sangkat Rattanakhiri is the most important event and is held around October. Hundreds of monks residing within the Mueang district walk down the steps from the top of Khao Sakaekrang to accept food offerings from Buddhist devotees who gather in the ground of the temple. The fair is based on the traditional belief that the Lord Buddha on one occasion returned to earth from heaven.

2. Wat Tam Khaowong

Wat Khao Wong is a temple situated in a valley. It has a beautiful two-storey Thai-style convocation hall in an exquisitely landscaped area, surrounded by mountains and forest. The monastery is the 13th of 19 branches of Wat Sangkhathan in Nonthaburi, found in Chiang Mai, Um Phang, the United Kingdom, and India. The monastery was built in 1987 and has a total area of over 3 square kilometers.The most striking feature of Khao Wong Monastery is its four-story Thai-style multi-purpose pavilion. Built almost entirely of wood, the pavilion has a pond in front with various fish. Around the pond is a garden of vibrant, colorful 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.

3. Wat Chantaram

WatChantaram, commonly known as Wat Ta Soong, was established in Ayuddha. The temple possesses a small-size monastery in which paintings depicting Buddha's history were completed by local artists and some of which are understood to be painted later as they are unbalanced in some ways. Another precious of the temple is the pulpit LuangPohYai built. In the monastery, a stucco Buddha's image and 2-3 Thai wood carvings on tympanum are installed. On the opposite of the temple is a new large sacred place. 

4. Wat Thammakosok

Wat Thammakhosok or called "Wat Rong Kho" as it is called by locals, was built in the early Rattanakosin period. It was used to hold rites by Uthai Thani government officials to pledge their allegiance to the king, but has a dark history as the site of executions as well.The most interesting places in the temple are the chapel and the main Buddha image hall. The chapel is of the Rattanakosin period, covered by a tiled roof. Beautiful murals inside line the walls, the works of late Ayutthaya artists. A pedestal inside the main hall has around 20 Buddha images on it, but the main Buddha image is considered the most sacred of all. Outer windowpanes are adorned with plaster drawings of the epic Ramayana as frames. The doors have wooden floral patterns painted in bright red.Wat Thammakhosok is on Si Uthai Road, Tambon Uthai Mai in Amphoe Mueang. It is open from 6.00 am-5.00 pm daily.

5. Wat Sangkat Rattana Khiri

Wat Sangkat Rattana Khiri lies at the foot of Khao Sakae Krang at the end of Tha Chang Road in Tambon Nam Sum. Inside the main hall is Phra Bhuddha Mongkhon Sai Sit, also called Luang Pho Mongkhon, an ancient bronze Buddha image from the Sukhothai period in the Man Wichai posture. It is 1.5 meters wide and was made in the reign of King Lithai.A stairway leads 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, and visitors to the province who have not rung the bell have not truly seen the province. In another corner of the temple is the statue of the father of King Rama I, the founder of the Chakri Dynasty, who was born in Ban Sakae Krang.

6. Wat Uposatharam

Wat Uposatharam, previously known as Wat Bot Manorom or Wat Bot, is an old temple located on the bank of Sakae Krang River, on Ko Thepho, in the Mueang Municipality area. From the municipal fresh food market, there is a bridge crossing to the temple which is on the east side of the Sakae Krang River. Interesting sights of Wat Uposatharam are the murals in the ordination hall and temple hall, elaborately crafted in the early Rattanakosin Era. They depict the legend and biography of Lord Buddha from his birth until his death. Paintings in the temple hall depict the story of Lord Buddha's lectures to deities and his decision to reach nirvana.

7. Wat Tamkhao Tapab

It is located on a small mountain in the area of Tambon Wang Hin, 56 kilometers off the city. You can travel by personal car along High way number 333 (Uthaithani- Banrai line). Once arriving intersection on the right hand, you can use Highway number 3213, drive into about 1 kilometer then you will see WatTamkhaoTapab on your right hand and TamkhaoTapab (literally KhaoTapab Cave) is about 10 meters above ground. Additionally, if you want to visit WatTamkhaoTapab, you can travel to other places to admire natural scenery of countryside. The front of the cave is allocated into the area for Buddha's images and for monks' area. At the back of the cave they will see Tong Prarong, Kaew, Prasart and Rue Cave. If you turn left, you will see the exit at the back which is a deep cave way and ladders for further. Moreover, the tunnel in the back cave is composed of rockswhich are the same as soft-shelled turtle.Rocksused as tool in prehistoric periodwere also discovered and each of the caves is full of bats living inside. However, you can travel easily and safely as there are enough flashlights along the wayfor your convenience. You can travel, admire the beauty in the forest temple and such rare animals as bats.

8. Thung Yai Naresuan Huai Kha Khaeng Wildlife Sanctuary

The land with abunbant natural resources which is a gift for Thai citizens and the rest of the world. It is also an important area for humans and wildlife. Listed as world heritage by UNESCO.

Thung Yai Naresuan-Huai Kha Khaeng Wildlife Sanctuary has only grown in fame since it was registered as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in December 1991. Huai Kha Khaeng covers 5,775 square kilometers, engulfing six Amphoes in three provinces. It also comprises of Thung Yai Naresuan Wildlife Sanctuary, making it the largest connected conserved forest in Thailand and the South East Asia Region. Huai Kha Khaeng was pronounced a World Heritage Site due to its five types of tropical forests extant within its borders, blessed with biodiversity. Some of the fauna are nearly extinct, including wild water buffalo, serow, leopard, Asiatic wild dog, red junglefowl cock, green peafowl and many species of forest insects. Normally, the wildlife sanctuary does not open for tourists because it is a conserved, high-sensitive area. Travelers are permitted to visit only three points of interest: headquarters of Huai Kha Khaeng Wildlife Sanctuary (where the Sueb Nakhasathian Memorial celebrates an important figure in the sanctuary's history); Saiboe Ranger Station (where Saiboe Waterfall is located); and Huai Mae Di Ranger Station (where there are campgrounds and a nature study route.) 

9. Ban Khok Mo’s Local Weaving Centre

Khok Mo residents are Lao Khrang minority who emigrated from Vientiane since the early Rattanakosin Period. They are very skillful in weaving cloth which has been a cultural heritage of Lao Khrang people from generation to generation for more than 200 years. After the harvest ends, all women in the village will begin to weave cloth to make Pha Mudmi with a Thin Chok, Pha Yok Dok - cloth in a raised pattern - with old Lai Choeng - foot pattern. The patterns of the cloth are of an ancient style such as Lai Dan Mueang Lao, Lai Nak, and Lai Dan Yai. In addition, in the past, they used Khrang - lac - in a dyeing process. There are 2 weaving centres: Ban Khok Mo Weaving Centre, a group of people weaving silk cloth near Wat Khok Mo, and Ban Khok Mo Product Distribution and Weaving Demonstration Centre, situated at Mu 2, behind the office of Khok Mo Subdistrict Administration Organization. The latter group weaves cotton cloth with dyes from nature

10. Cyber Waterfall

This waterfall is in Huai Kha Khaeng Wildlife Sanctuary, one of the area's prettier tourist attractions. Namtok Hin Lat is situated amidst the flora of the Huai Kha Khaeng forest. 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 tumbles over a large rock, so it is called Namtok Hin Lat (or "flat rock"). 

11. Phu Wai Cave

It is located among high and complex limestone mountain in the area of Phu Toei National Park. The cave is large and spacious with stalagmites and stalactites in different forms, such as chedi and batshtub. There are also signs indicating positions and names of the rock forms. The entrance to the cave is on a mountain slope which is approachable on foot. The cave is airy as there is a cavity opening to the other side of the mountain inside.There are up to nine types of batss living in Phu Wai Cave, which are fruit bats, Thomas's Horseshoe bats, Andersen's Leaf-nosed bats, Black-bearded Tomb bats, Great Himalayan Leaf-nosed bats, Large Bent-winged bats, Dobson's Horseshoe bats, Horsfield's Leaf-nosed bats, Orchid tip-winged bats. This is one of the caves with most variable bat types in Thailand. 

12. Luang Pho To Wat Phatung

It is situated in Wat Phatung at 181, Moo 2, Huay Kaeng Sub-District, Baan Rai District, Uthai Thani Province. Travelling by car, turn left when you see Baan Pa Thung Ancient Style Woven Cloth Center and continue driving for about 1 kilometer. The uniqueness of this temple is the stairs with the statue of a dragon swallowing the King of Naga at the front side of the temple. It is one of animals of Himmapan Forest in Lanna's legend which can be seen in many temples in the northern region. The big Luang Pho To statue is in the temple. It is 23 meters wide and 52 meters tall. It was built in 1989 by people who respect Somdet Phra Buddha Chan (To Phrommarangsee). There is a 3-4 meter cannonball tree behind the statue which is the significant tree in the legend of Buddha. This statue is one of sacred Buddha statues in Uthai Thani.After visiting Luang Pho To, do not forget to visit Guan Yim statue nearby.

13. Trok Rong Ya Walking Street

Trok Rong Ya Walking Street is the result from the integration of private sector and public sector And Naresuan University. The important goal is to awaken the community by creating the beginning of a living classroom. Learning together To link history between old people and new generations. The power of cooperation in the community, also a place to meet, exchange of public opinion And promote the tourism of the community which contribute to the proud of the way of life of the Uthai Thani. Moreover, to leads sustainable urban development. Open in every saturday from 15.00-21.00

14. Sakae Krang River

The house rafts on Sakae Krang River reflect the old link between water and the Uthai Thani people's way of life. Water here is used to grow the sweetly fragrant pandanus and to raise fish in floating baskets, particularly gourami. The province is famed for this old way of farming fish, now a major occupation.Tourists can take a boat tour to observe the lives of people living on rafts on Sakae Krang River by boarding at Lan Sakae Pier near Municipal 2 Fresh Market in Amphoe Mueang. Visitors may also board at Lan Suphannika in front of the provincial hall on Sri Uthai Raoad. The route passes Wat Tha Sung and ends at Tambon Tha Sung where Sakae Krang River and Chao Phraya River meet.

Budget options

SolarCell Uthai Thani Homestay

Add: 51 Tha Chang 4 Road, Soi Sukkasem, Tambol Uthai Mai, Ampur Mueang, 61000 Ban Nong Nam Khan, Thailand 

Located in the downtown area of Uthai Thaini, just 20 m from Uthai Thani Market, SolarCell Uthai Thani Homestay features free WiFi access and free private parking. Guests can enjoy the on-site restaurant.

Every room at this homestay is air conditioned and is fitted with a TV. All rooms have a private bathroom with a bath or shower, slippers and free toiletries provided.

There is a shared kitchen at the property.

Free use of bicycles is available at this homestay and the area is popular for cycling.

Payamai Resort 

Add: 34.36 Sakaekrung-ook Rd. A.Muang, 61000 Ban Nong Nam Khan, Thailand

Located by Sakaekrang River, Payamai Resort offers free Wi-Fi throughout the property. Guests can take a dip in the pool or simply take a leisurely stroll in the garden. Free public parking is available on site.

Situated 300 m to Wat U-bo Sataram, the hotel is a 5-minute drive to Wat Ta Chong. Khao Sa Kae Kang is 6 km away.
Each air-conditioned room is equipped with a TV, fridge and wardrobe. Shower facilities are included in an en suite bathroom.

Staff at the 24-hour front desk can attend to guests’ requests. Laundry services are available.

Local restaurants can be reached within walking distance.

Mid-range options

Baan Rabiangdao UthaiThani 

Add: Sriuthai Rd. Tumbon Sakaekrang, 61000 Uthai Thani, Thailand

Situated in Uthai Thani, 33 km from Chai Nat, Baan Rabiangdao UthaiThani features a shared lounge and free WiFi.

All units come with a seating area, a flat-screen TV with cable channels and a private bathroom with free toiletries, bidet and shower. For added convenience, the property can provide towels and bed linen for an extra charge.

Guests at the bed and breakfast can enjoy a à la carte breakfast.

Baan Rabiangdao UthaiThani has a garden and sun terrace.

Ban Suweena 

Add: 209 Moo 3, Sa Grae Grung, Mueang, 61000 Uthai Thani, Thailand

Ban Suweena has a restaurant, free bikes, a bar and garden in Uthai Thani. Boasting family rooms, this property also provides guests with a terrace. The accommodation features a 24-hour front desk and room service for guests.
At the guest house, each room includes a wardrobe. At Ban Suweena the rooms include a desk, a flat-screen TV and a private bathroom.

A buffet breakfast is available each morning at the accommodation.

Romyen House 

Add: 114 Moo.3, T. Koh Thepo, A. Mueang, 61000 Ban Nong Nam Khan, Thailand

Situated in Ban Nong Nam Khan, Romyen House has a garden, terrace and free WiFi throughout the property. Free private parking is available and the guest house also features free use of bicycles for guests who want to explore the surrounding area.

All rooms are fitted with air conditioning, a flat-screen TV with cable channels, a microwave, a kettle, a shower, free toiletries and a desk. At the guest house the rooms include a wardrobe and a private bathroom.

Guests at Romyen House will be able to enjoy activities in and around Ban Nong Nam Khan, like cycling and fishing.

Comeneetee Uthai 

Add: 43/11-12 Porn Phibun Uthit Road, Tambon Uthai Mai, Amphoe Mueang Uthai Thani, 61000 Ban Khok Mo, Thailand 

Set in Ban Khok Mo, 29 km from Chai Nat, Comeneetee Uthai offers a shared lounge and free WiFi.

There is a fully equipped private bathroom with shower and free toiletries.

Guests at the bed and breakfast can enjoy an Asian breakfast.

Araya Cottage 

Add: 192, Wat Amaritwaree Road, Nam Suem, Mueang, 61000 Ban Bung Thap Tae (1), Thailand

Set in Ban Bung Thap Tae (1), Araya Cottage provides a garden and free WiFi. Free private parking is available and the guest house also offers free use of bicycles for guests who want to explore the surrounding area.

At the guest house, all rooms are equipped with a desk, a flat-screen TV and a private bathroom. The units at Araya Cottage feature air conditioning and a wardrobe.

The reception at the accommodation can provide tips on the area.

Khrua Rim Suan

Thai food especially fish. Open at 10.00-24.00

Cuisine: Thai

Restaurant Type: View/Scenery, Supper/Night Dining

Address: 10/4 Thanon Si Uthai, Tambon Uthai Mai, Amphoe Mueang, Uthai Thani

Ko Ti

Recommended food such as,chicken rice, red pork rice etc. Open at 06.00am to 11.00pm

Cuisine: Thai

Restaurant Type: Children/Family, Supper/Night Dining

Address: (Opposite to the Thai Military bank) 95, Thanon Tha Chang, Tambon Uthai Mai, Amphoe Mueang, Uthai Thani

Ruean Phae Pramong

Open at 09.00am to 09.00pm

Cuisine: Thai

Restaurant Type: Waterfront, Supper/Night Dining

Address: 25 Phae Khlong Sa Kae Krang, Amphoe Mueang, Uthai Thani

Lam Yai Ice-cream

Serving cold and hot drink, bread and ice-cream. Open at 10.30am to 09.00pm

Cuisine: Desserts

Restaurant Type: Supper/Night Dining, Children/Family

Address: 6 Thanon Maharat, Tambon Uthai Mai, Amphoe Mueang, Uthai Thani

Nok Noi

Open at 08.00am to 06.00pm

Cuisine: Thai

Restaurant Type: Supper/Night Dining, Cheap Eat/Budget

Address: 146/2-3 Thanon Si Uthai(Opposite to the Uthai Thani Municiple), Amphoe Mueang, Uthai Thani

Mum Sabai

Thai, Chinese and International food. Open at 10.00 to 24.00

Cuisine: International, Thai

Restaurant Type: Supper/Night Dining

Address: 92/1-2 Thanon Toep Siri, Tambon Uthai Mai, Amphoe Mueang, Uthai Thani

Phon Thip

Thai and Chinese food. Open at 10.00am to 01.00 pm

Cuisine: Thai

Restaurant Type: Supper/Night Dining

Address: 291 Thanon Wong Sa Rot (Opposite to the Uthai Thani Municiple), Tambon Uthai Mai, Amphoe Mueang, Uthai Thani

Khrua Pepsi

Open at 10.00am to 09.00 pm

Cuisine: Thai

Restaurant Type: Children/Family, Supper/Night Dining

Address: 113 Mu 2, Thanon Manorom-Nong Chang km. 8th, Tambon Tha Sung, Amphoe Mueang, Uthai Thani

Phrom Tha Sung

Thai, local north and local south food. Open at 10.30am to 08.30 pm

Cuisine: Thai

Restaurant Type: Supper/Night Dining

Address: (Opposite to the Tha Sung temple) 72 Mu 1 Thanon Uthai-Manorom, Tambon Nam Suem, Amphoe mueang, Uthai Thani

Get in

You can take the bus to Khong LAN from Mo Chit bus station (Bangkok) and get off at Uthai Thani. Takes about 3 hours.
To get in by bus from Nakhon Sawan, there is a non aircon bus leaving regularly from the bus terminal(one is at 10.30) and it takes about 1.5 hours for the approx. 50Km trip. The bus station is at the edge of town, but the main road in is pretty well the only road as the city is quite small and very easily walked around.

We recommend you check the latest bus schedule and price via

If you are driving, you can come across from Singburi, and at the 4 way intersection where is Chainat on the right, continue ahead, and you will go through Ban Wat Sing (Lion Temple Town) then arrive at the City.

Get around

This city is easily walked around, but there are tuktuks and motorcycle taxis at the bus station. Agree on the fare beforehand.

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International travelers to Thailand will no longer be required to show proof of vaccination or ATK test results from October 1st, 2022 onward.

In a new move to attract travelers during peak season, Thailand is doing away with the requirement of needing vaccination certificates or Covid-19 negative results in the case of unvaccinated passengers. Additionally, those infected with Covid-19, but have mild symptoms don’t need to isolate from next month. The same applies to those who test positive but display no symptoms.

Public Health Minister Anutin Charnvirakul announced these changes on Thursday after the National Communicable Diseases Committee (NCDC) had a meeting on Wednesday.

Instead of isolating those who have contracted the disease would be required to wear a mask, socially distance themselves from others and wash their hands frequently for the first five days. They also need to stay away from those who are immunocompromised and vulnerable.

Dr. Sophon Iamsirithaworn, deputy director-general of the Department of Disease Control, informed that since the present Covid-19 mutation doesn’t cause serious symptoms in most people, disease control measures can be relaxed.

National Security Council secretary-general Supoj Malaniyom added that the new measures are being put in place to help improve the economic conditions of the country.

“The primary aim will be to ensure the economy is back on track so people could earn their livelihoods once more,” he said.


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