The charming and scenic view of Bang Phamung Canal is the view of floating houses drifting gently on the water surface. The view brings the good old memories of people in Nakhon Sawan back, so Bang Pramung Temple’s Floating Market is created to make people enjoy the way of life in floating houses, and life along the canal. Bang Pramung Temple’s Floating Market is located behind Wat Bang Pramung temple. The market is a series of floating houses with the image of old lifestyle that people paddling their boats to sell things such as agricultural products, local food and sweets. Local food and products of Nakhon Sawan can be seen in this market including Chinese milk pastry, moji, fish balls, honey, Chinese sausages, sour pork, marble products and wickerwork. There is Li-gae, Thai traditional dramatic performance, every Saturday and a singing contest every Sunday. Visitors can do many activities in the market such as taking a boat tour to see ways of life and orchid farms along the canal side, paddling a boat, and having Thai massage. Travelling around Nakorn Sawan Bueng Boraphet – the largest fresh water swamp and lake in Thailand. It is one of the popular places in Nakhon Sawan. Wat Khiriwong – a temple in Downwadueng mountain where Phra Chulamani pagoda is located. Visitors can see the city view from the temple. Nakhon Sawan Tower – the tower is at the top of Wat Khiriwong temple in Mueang Nakhon Sawan. It is 32 m high and contains 10 floors that visitors can come and see the beautiful city view every day. Sawan Park – a large beautiful garden in Nakhon Sawan. Chao Pho Thepharak – Chao Mae Thupthim Shrine – the shrine is located on the Chaophraya riverside opposite to Pak Nam Pho Market.