Thai literature dates back to the Sukhothai Period, beginning in 1238AD. An abundance of literary work has since been discovered, and each piece of writing is unique and highlights different aspects of Thai culture. From narrative poems to dramatic literature, the subject matter and overall quality of these literary pieces are certainly noteworthy. It may be because of this that there are a number of different literary landmarks in Thailand. Here, the top ones you should visit.
Trees and plants mentioned throughout Thai literature can be found at the Central Literature Botanic Garden in Khao Prathap Chang in Ratchaburi. This hillside garden sits opposite the Khao Bin Cave. It is here you will find a variety of different plants, all of which have been written about in Thai literature at some point. There are several different gardens within the Central Literature Botanic Garden, including a herb garden, a Buddhist plant garden, and a propitious garden. Visitors are welcome to meander down several nature trails found here, each lined with tree plots that are related to Thai literature. The garden is open daily from 8:30am to 4:30pm.