of the Central Region
A fertile area in the very heart of Thailand, the central
region is composed of 22provinces. It is in the central region
the kingdom's capital, is located. The region is considered
the rice bowl of Thailand as it has the most rice farming
in Thailand. It is the perfect region for cultivation of rice
and other agricultural produce.
central plain area has a warm tropical climate. There are
three seasons: summer, rainy and winter.
the central region are located several significant historical
sites which relate to the modern history of the Kingdom. Most
important historical evidence is in Ayutthaya
province, the ancient capital of Thailand where the magnificent
UNESCO World Heritage Site-Ayutthaya Historical Park is situated.
The glory of Ayutthaya has passed from generation through
generation to the present Rattanakosin period.
popular tourist destination is Kanchanaburi,
one of the most beautiful province with a very delightful
landscape. It is well-known for the 'Death Railway' and the
'Bridge over the River Kwai.' The province also has numerous
other places of interest for the nature loving visitors who
want to spend longer time here.
The central region is also the center for the country's tourism
development in various ways. With an efficient road system,
the central region is very accessible by car and is the place
from which most tourists set off on their journey further
to other regions.
in the central region are friendly, cheerful and energetic.
They speak the standard Thai language, but the dialect may
be slightly different from province to province.
can visit the central region all year round.