Pathum Thani
About Pathum Thani

Nearly a suburb of Bangkok’s Urban sprawl, Pathum Thani features many attractions, making it a top day-tip destination from the capital.

How to go
Pathum Thani can be reached from Bangkok by the following buses, which depart from various points in the city:

Bus No. 33: Sanam Luang-Pathum Thani

Bus No. 90: Chatuchak-Tiwanon Road, which connects to a Rangsit-Pathum Thani bus

Buses No. 29, 34, 39, 59, 95, 503 to Rangsit, which connects to a Rangsit-Pathum Thani bus

Bus No. 104:Victory Monument-Pak Kret, which connects to Bus No. 33 or Bus No. 90
From Bangkok’s Hua Lumphong Railway Station visitors can take any train which stops at Rangsit Market. From Rangsit it’s a short local bus ride to Pathum Thani.

Wat Chedi Thong

This temple is located on the west bank of the Chao Phraya River in the vicinity of Amphoe Sam Khok, 8 kms. from Pathum Thani Town. There is a Mon style pagoda approximately 160 years old and a white jade Buddha image enshrined in the ubosot.

Wat Chedi Thong

Rangsit Science Centres for Education

It is an educational learning source on science for children, youth and the public. It comprises exhibitions on science, technology, natural science, astronomy, and space. Moreover, there are various experimental activities encouraging fun learning.

Rangsit Science Centres for Education

National Science Museum

The National Science Museum Located on Klong (canal) 5, Klong Luang in Pathum Thani, the Science Museum is part of the Technopolis complex. When completed, this park will be comprised of not only the Science Museum, but also the Natural History Museum, the Ecology and Environment Museum and the Aviation and Telecommunications Museum.

National Science Museum