Photo: Tak's famous footbridge.

Things to see and do

Tak Museum and Trok Ban Chin

Several attractive heritage houses have been preserved in the historic southern end of Tak town, including a former governor’s residence now housing the Tak Museum. Follow that up with a walk down Trok Ban Chin and you’ll get an intriguing glimpse into what the town was like more than a century ago. ... Read more about Tak Museum and Trok Ban Chin .

King Taksin Shrine
Charotwithithong Road

Shrines dedicated to King Taksin the Great can be found all over Thailand, but no place honours him more poignantly than the town that he’s named after. Originally built near Wat Doi Khao Kaeo on the west bank of the Ping River, the shrine was moved to its current location in 1947. This was also when the Thai Fine Arts Department commissioned a life-size statue of King Taksin to be enshrined ... Read more about King Taksin Shrine .

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