The Emblem of Nakhon Nayok

Introduction
     Nakhon  Nayok  is  an  ancient  town  believed  to  be  some  900  years  old. It was established during the Davaravati Period (6th-13th centuries AD).

     The  name  Nakhon Nayok was the designation given to an eastern garrison town of Ayutthaya the  new  Thai  capital  in  1350. Nakhon Nayok is 106 kilometres north of Bangkok by the highway following  Khlong  Rangsit.  It  is  137  kilometres  by  Highway No.33 (Suwannason Road) Nakhon Nayok  province  covers  some  2,130  square  kilometres.  much  of  which  is  forested hillsides -- some  form  parts  of  national  parks.  laced  with  waterfalls,  and  others  are lavishly landscaped botanical gardens.

How to get there
By Bus
     Buses  leave  the  Northern  Bus  Terminal  on  Kamphaengphet  Road (Tel: 936-3660 and 936-3666)  every  30  minutes  from  5.30  A.M. to 8.30 P.M. throughout the day. Air conditioned coaches cost 70 Baht per single journey

By Car
      The  shorter  route,  Following  the  Rangsit  Irrigation  Canal,  is  106 km . The  longer  route  via Highway 33 (Suwannason Road) is 137 km.