Uthai Thani
About Uthai Thani

Uthai Thani is a peaceful province with humble lifestyles and interesting places.


Every afternoon, Wat Tha Sung holds praying and mediation activity, so the main hall will be temporarily closed.  Visitors can see inside the hall at 9 am – 11.45 am, and 2 pm – 4 pm.  Proper dressing is recommended.


Going to Huai Kha Khaeng Wildlife Santuary and Ciber Waterfall in rainy season is possible if you go by 4WD cars.

How to go

There are many Bangkok– Uthai Thani buses from many companies in the Morchit Bus Terminal.

For more information, call 1490 or go to www.transport.co.th or Uthai Thani Bus Office + 66 2512 2763.  For online ticket booking , go to www.busticket.in.th or www.thaiticketmajor.com   or www.thairoute.com


Wat Mani Sathit Kapittharam

This temple was constructed in the Rattanakosin period, and local people call it Wat Thung Kaeo. Inside the temple, there is a large five-pinnacled prang, with a width of 8 metres and a height of 16 metres, which was built in 1909.

Wat Mani Sathit Kapittharam

Wat Sangkat Rattana Khiri

Wat Sangkat Rattana Khiri is at the foot of Khao Sakae Krang at the end of Tha Chang Road in the municipality. Inside the main hall is “Phra Phuttha Mongkhon Sai Sit” or “Luang Pho Mongkhon”, an ancient bronze Buddha imae form the Sukhothai period in the Man Wichai posture. It is 1.5 metres wide and was made in the reign of King Lithai. In the open area of the temple is a stairway ascending 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 that visitors to the province who does not ring the bell is like on who never gets to see the province.

Wat Sangkat Rattana Khiri