Even though we stayed 3 nights in Nakhon Pathom, we only get to tour the place for 2 days as our our flight on the last day was at about 9.30 am. We covered quite a lot of places during the two days with the guide of my cousin. Thanks to him a lot for the free meals, accommodation and transport.
Other interesting places we visited in Nakhon Pathom includes:
The Wax Museum which houses many famous politicians and monks.
Thonburi Market Sanamluang - the second largest market in Thailand after the one in Bangkok, which is also called Chatuchat. Over here you can get almost everything you need or want, from clothing, vegetables, meat to flowers and pets. You name it, they have it. It's a very large market and you only need to pick those that interest you and skip the rest if you only have a day there. As for us, we have half a day so we skipped most of them.
The Ancient Street - as the name goes, they sell mostly antiques and local fruits . It's is an old town of Nakhon Pathom and the road is very narrow. It's is also famous for Thai dishes. So, you can expect lots of old restaurants there. No wonder a lot of local tourist visit there.
And before our return I took a few photos of the new Suvarmabumi International Airport. This is the same airport which was attacked by the Yellow Shirt protesters in Bangkok recently.