King Naresuan’s Monument, Cha’am was erected in recognition of the King who did great things for the Thai people by freeing Siam from Burmese rule, protecting the kingdom and taking good care of his citizens. In 1998 the monument was erected to commemorate him. It is visited by both locals and tourists coming to pay their homage to him.
The monument is free to enter. It features numerous effigies of chickens and it will provide you with some great photo opportunities – after all, who doesn’t want to be photographed with a 2m high chicken!!
As this is a free-to-enter destination, please do not try to make bookings through this website. This page is for your information only to let you know what activities are available.
Here is a link to the history of this attraction.