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European-esque architecture in Singburi | © Teerayut_Srisopa / Wikimedia Commons
European-esque architecture in Singburi | © Teerayut_Srisopa / Wikimedia Commons
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A Traveller's Guide to Singburi Province, Thailand

Picture of Sarah Williams
Updated: 12 May 2018
Singburi, a small province in Central Thailand, is often referred to as Thailand’s “Spiritual Heartland”. A land of heroes, temples, and rice fields, the “Lion City” sees relatively few tourists. Here’s everything you need to know to plan a visit to the province.

Getting to Singburi

Local buses (blue and white) and minivans run between Mo Chit Bus Station in Bangkok (the Northern Bus Terminal) and Singburi’s main bus station every day from early morning until early evening. Local transportation also connects Singburi with surrounding provinces, including Ayutthaya (buses and vans stop on the highway), Lopburi, and Suphanburi. Singburi does not have a railway station; the closest train stations are in Lopburi (Northern Line) or Ayutthaya (Northern and Northeastern Lines).

Buses connect Singburi with Bangkok and surrounding areas.
Buses connect Singburi with Bangkok and surrounding areas. |