Phanthai Norasing Historical Park Samut Sakhon the Great is a monument of integrity and upholding the law, even above one’s life. It is located in Moo 3, Tambon Phan Thai Pantainorasingh, Mueang District, Samut Sakhon Province. Pantainorasingh the Great has been declared a national historical site and registered by the Department of Fine Arts. It was announced in the Royal Gazette, Volume 72, Part 2, dated September 4, 1955. The Department of Fine Arts confirms that it is a genuine site with an area of approximately 100 rai (40 acres). It is currently under the care of the Pantainorasingh the Great Foundation. Inside the court, there is a life-sized statue of Pantainorasingh the Great in a posture of holding an oar, symbolizing his victory in naval warfare. It is revered by the local residents and the general public.
At the bottom of the court, there is a large wooden boat made of teak wood, measuring 19.47 meters long, 2.09 meters wide, 1 meter high, and with a 7.5 cm thick hull. It is estimated to be over 300 years old. The people of Tambon Phan Thai Pantainorasingh, the vicinity of the court, discovered and donated it to the Court of Justice. The locals in this area believe that it may have been a part of a royal procession or a boat used to transport soldiers in the past. At the back of the court, there are original execution stakes, a mock execution chamber, and a replica of the event for visitors to see.
Pantai norasingh the Great is a popular place for people to come and request blessings for success. Many have experienced positive results from their requests. Therefore, people often bring sculptures of roosters, boxing gloves, or boat paddles as offerings to resolve their issues. Due to the abundance of items brought by people, the court has decided to auction them to generate income for the maintenance and preservation of Pantai norasingh temple.
In the area of Pantainorasingh the Great, there is a food center that offers a variety of delicious food. It is located near the parking lot (beside Wat Sanphet Pantainorasingh). This provides tourists with a place to rest and enjoy a meal, with various types of restaurants to choose from.
Pantainorasingh the Great holds ceremonial events three times a year, on the 9th day of the 3rd lunar month. These events take place on every weekend and public holidays. During these events, a historical film about Pantainorasingh the Great is screened in the morning from 11:00 am to 12:30 pm and in the afternoon from 1:00 pm to 2:30 pm.
Pantainorasingh the Great is open for visitation at the following times:
Monday to Friday: 08:00 am to 06:00 pm
Saturday to Sunday: 08:00 am to 07:00 pm
Moo 3, Tambon Phan Thai Pantainorasingh, Mueang Samut Sakhon District, Samut Sakhon Province, 74000
Telephone: 034-871578 (Office), 034-871577 (Sacred Object Room)
Travel Information: To reach Pantainorasingh the Great from Bangkok, take Phra Ram 2 Road towards Samut Sakhon Province. When you reach the flyover, cross over Kanchanaphisek Road or the Industrial Ring Road and continue for another 7 kilometers until you reach a left turn at the entrance of the
Pan Tai Norasingh Historical Park The Pan Tai Norasingh Shrine is situated at Village No.3, Pan tai Norasingh Sub-distric, Mueng District ,Samut Sakorn Province, It was declareda Nation Heritage Site in the Royal Gazette volumn 53 section 34 on 27 September 1936 the Fine Arts Department constructed a new shrine nex to the cllapsed old shrine and made a perimeter of 100 rai around the shrine to establish the “Pan Tai Norasinhg Historical Park”
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