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Phu Phra Bat Historical Park
ProvinceUdon Thani, AmphurBan Phue

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Address
Sub-districtMueang Phan AmphurBan Phue ProvinceUdon Thani 41160

Telephone
042-251350

Transportation
Motorcycles
Bus
Car

Description
ls located at the foot of the Phu Phan Mountains and covers an area of 3,430 rai in Ban Tio, Tambon Mueang Phan. Phu Phra Bat Historical Park is a park that displays the evolutionary changes in human civilisation and the landscape. Most of the structures are sandstone that have been naturally eroded over time and created various large and small shapes that also appear as evidence of the way of life of Stone Age humans with many interesting sites including:
Phra Buddhabat Buabok, which is in the area of the intersection on the left-hand side before reaching the Park's office, was built between 1893-1934. The word Buabok" is the name of a species of plant that grows in the forest. It has a head and leaves similar to totus leaves. The local people call it "Phak Nok". The Bua Bok plant has a long life in the area where the Buddha's Footprint was found, so the Footprint was called "Phra Buddhabat Buabok", or possibly the words "Buabok may have come from "Buabok that means not dry. The Buddha's Footprint is like a deep basin of about 60 centimetres in a long rocky area with a length of 1.93 me- tres and 90 centimetres wide. Originally, it was covered by a Mondop then later in 1922, Phra Achan Smithat demolished the old Mondop and built a new Phra That Chedi as well as a replica of the Buddha's Footprint to overlie the original Footprint. Inside the Chedi are the Buddha's relics, and the Chedi has lotus edges like phra That Phanom. The Phra Buddhabat Buabok Worship Fair is held during the 13 .15th waxing moon days of the 3rd lunar month (February) of every year Phra Buddhabat Lang Tao is to the south of Phra Buddhabat Buabok. It is like a Buddha Footprint that has been deeply engraved about 25 centime- tres into the rock. In the centre of the engraved image is a lotus shape in which the petals are prominently pointing upward. As this Footprint is c the natural rock shed that is shaped like a turtle, it was given the name "Phra Buddhabat Lang Tao"as "Tao mean turtle in Thai.
Feature
Most of the structures are sandstone that have been naturally eroded over time and created various large and small shapes that also appear as evidence of the way of life of Stone Age humans with many interesting sites include:
History
Phra Buddhabat Buabok, which is in the area of the intersection on the left-hand side before reaching the Park's office, was built between 1893-1934. The word "Buabok" is the name of a species of plant that grows in the forest. It has a head and leaves similar to lotus leaves. The local people call it "Phak Nok". The Bua Bok plant has a long life in the area where the Buddha's Footprint was found, so the Footprint was called "Phra Buddhabat Buabok", or possibly the words "Buabok" may have come from "Buabok" that means not dry. The Buddha's Footprint is like a deep basin of about 60 centimetres in a long rocky area with a length of 1.93 metres and 90 centimetres wide. Originally, it was covered by a Mondop then later in 1922, Phra Achan Srithat Suwanmacho demolished the old Mondop and built a new Phra That Chedi as well as a replica of the Buddha's Footprint to overlie the original Footprint. Inside the Chedi are the Buddha's relics, and the Chedi has lotus edges like Phra That Phanom. The Phra Buddhabat Buabok Worship Fair is held during the 13th-15th waxing moon days of the 3rd lunar month (February) of every day.

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Group of tourist

  • Family
  • Elders
  • Working Persons
  • Students / Youths / Teenagers
  • Women
  • Muslims
  • Couples
  • Golf
  • Wedding & Honeymoon
  • Health & Wellness
  • Soft Adventure & Ecotourism
  • Religious Tourism
  • MICE / Study Visit
  • Volunteer Tourism Group
  • Arts & Culture / History
  • Lifestyle / Community / Agriculture

Opening hours

Sunday:
08:00 - 18:00
Monday:
08:00 - 18:00
Tuesday:
08:00 - 18:00
Wednesday:
08:00 - 18:00
Thursday:
08:00 - 18:00
Friday:
08:00 - 18:00
Suturday:
08:00 - 18:00
Remark (Opening hours):

Entrance fees

Entrance fees:
Fee
- Foreigner (Adult):
100.00 Baht
- Foreigner (Child):
100.00 Baht
- Thai (Adult):
20.00 Baht
- Thai (Child):
20.00 Baht

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Time to visit:
Parking:

Facilities

Facility Information

  • Toilet
  • Signage
  • Access Point

Facilities for the Disabled

  • Disabled Facilities
  • Slope Path
  • Cart Service

Public utilities

Waste Management System

  • Landfill
  • Waste Recycles
  • Waste Separation

Electrical system

  • Electricity

Water System

  • Water System
  • Plumbing

Security

  • Fire Extinguisher
  • Security Guard
  • Primary First Aid Unit
  • Alarm

Communication System

  • Wifi
  • Public Telephone
  • Telephone Signal
  • Internet Signal
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