Finally, let’s make a stop at Phraya Pichai Monument.
The bravery of Phraya Pichai, a ruler of Pichai Town in the past, will be memorized at this monument forever. He was a patriot. During 1773, Burmese army attacked Pichai Town. Phraya Pichai grabbed his swords to fight. He beat the army but one of his swords was broken.
His monument is located in front of Uttaradit City Hall. In fact, there isn’t just the monument, but also Phraya Pichai Museum. By getting into the museum, you will see lots of exhibitions, which are Phraya Pichai’s weapons, Phraya Pichai medallions and other ancient items. These things are locked inside glass cases, so that tourists can admire them conveniently.
You can visit the monument and the museum everyday, from 6:00 to 20:00.
How to get there
You can get there easily by a car, a bike, a motorbike, or walk. If you drive a car, don’t worry. You can park your car on the street in front of the monument, at Phraya Pichai Stadium, which can contain 100 cars, or at Uttaradit Provincial Organization, which can contain 30 cars.