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1. travel | 15 Jan 2015
» Until Jan 23, the annual Phra Nakhon Khiri-Muang Phet Fair will be held at King Rama IV Memorial Park at the foot of Phra Nakhon Khiri, or Khao Wang, in Muang district, Phetchaburi province. The event is being organised ...
2. news | 03 Jan 2015
» A woman was found dead in her rented room in Cha-am district of Phetchaburi province on Friday night, police said.
3. travel | 18 Dec 2014
» From Dec 26 to Dec 28, a winter fair will be held at Mrigadayavan Palace in Phetchaburi province from 8am-6pm. Visitors can enjoy the beauty of King Rama VI's former palace and view the "Three Royal Ladies Of Siam" ...
4. news | 22 Jan 2015
» A 76-year-old Norwegian woman was safely rescued after getting lost for more than a day in a wooded area of Cha-am in Phetchaburi.
5. news | 04 Jan 2015
» A woman has been found strangled to death in a rented room in Phetchaburi, with police exploring two possible motives for the crime — either a love affair or a robbery.
6. news | 01 Jan 2015
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» The Mae Klong River Lover's Group is holding firm in its opposition to the government's plan to build a motorway linking Nakhon Pathom's Nakhon Chaisri district with Phetchaburi's Cha-am district.
7. lifestyle | 21 Dec 2014
» It is intriguing to look at the differences between food prepared in different parts the country. The character and weather of each region plays an important part in it. The plants used in cooking, for example, may not b...
8. travel | 18 Dec 2014
» Anyone travelling to the south of Thailand by car or bus must have noticed a palace atop a mountain at the entrance of Phetchaburi town along Phetkasem Road. Many Thais know this place as Khao Wang, but not all of them h...
9. news | 09 Dec 2014
» The driver was killed and 15 passengers slightly injured when an air-conditioned inter-provincial bus travelling from Krabi to Bangkok ran into the back of a parked refrigerated truck in Phetchaburi province in the early...
10. learning | 30 Apr 2014
» The parachute training jump mishap that killed two police cadets in Phetchaburi was caused by the failure to carry out proper maintenance of the cables used in the training, an official probe has concluded.