Located 100 kilometers from Bangkok, Suphan Buri holds an important place in Thai history. During the Ayutthaya era the province was a vital border town during wartime. The rich history and beautiful scenery are two of the biggest attractions for tourists. The impressive Don Chedi Monumen, U Thong National Museum and Wat Khao Khuen are all major historical and archeological draws. Nature lovers can bask in the beauty of Phu Toei National Park and Bueng Chawak Aquarium.
Occupying nearly 5,500 square kilometers, Suphan Buri is divided into 10 districts:Muang Suphan Buri, Doem Bang Nang Buat, Bang Pla Ma, Si Prachan, Song Phi Nong, Sam Chuk, U Thong, Don Chedi, Dan Chang and Nong Ya Sai.