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Nakhon Sawan Tower
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Nakhon Sawan Municipality has built the Nakhon Sawan Tower on the top of Khiriwong Temple Hill to serve tourists visiting Nakhon Sawan. The tower is a 10-storey building, 32 m, high, consisting of:

1 st floor: information center, OTOP shops
2 nd and 3 rd floors: restaurants and an internet cafe’ indoor; the night activity ground for tourists interested in astronomy and celestial observation.
10 th floor: viewing point of Nakhon Sawan Municipality , Telescopes are provided for clarity of sights.

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