Sunflower Field at Bueng Sam Phan
Sunflower Field at Bueng Sam Phan Sunflower field at Bueng Sam Phan is among the most popular tourist attractions in Phetchabun. The sunflower field covers the areas of two villages, Ban Khao Pluang and Ban Pa Yang, both of which are located in Tambol Sra Keaw, Amphoe Bueng Sam Phan, Phetchabun Province. In December-January, the sunflowers will bloom in abundance to welcome the first cool breeze of the season. Greeted with the morning sunlight, they will carpet the hills and turn them into the breathtaking scenery, with the hilly golden sunflower field against the endless blue sky. What makes the sunflower field at Bueng Sam Phan special and stand out is that the sunflowers here are the big species. Apart from that, the fertile hilly land of Bueng Sam Phan is also the ideal place for growing sunflowers at its best. Thus, the sunflower field at Bueng Sam Phan suites those who are looking for a leisure outing with friends and family.”Tawanban Bon Phu thee Bueng Sam Phan,” or the blossom sunflower festival, is held every December at Bueng Sam Phan. After enjoying the beauty of the sunflower field, the fresh air and the spectacular scenery, there are a lot of activities awaiting at the festival, ranging from the sunflower competition, the beauty pageant competition, to agricultural product shopping. Visitors can get there from Bangkok via Highway No. 21 (Saraburi-Lomsak), passing Amphoe Nhong Phai until reaching Rahul Intersection. Turn to Highway No. 225, to Chaiyaphum province, and go straight for about 18 kilometers. When reaching the 14th kilometer, turn left at Ban Sub Born Interection, and continue for approximately 14 kilometers.For more information, please contact Sra Keaw Subdistrict Office at +66 5681 0801 or Tourism Authority of Thailand, Phitsanulok Branch, at +66 5525 2742 ext. 3.