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When an unrivalled restaurant is designated as part of a journey, then food goes side by side with travelling to have a major role in the new direction of tourism in a world that is changing to a new way.
Occupying an area of 6,225 square kilometres, Phetchaburi is characterised by thick jungles and mountain ranges in the west along the border with Myanmar, and a coastal plain with an 80-kilometre coastline on the Gulf of Thailand to the east.
A province in the Lower North, Uttaradit has a long history going back to at least the Sukhothai period, which is around the 13th century. Today, it is most noted for the cultivation of ‘langsat’ fruit and for the major lake formed by the Sirikit Dam.