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Loei Province

Although geographically located in the Northeast, Loei has many things in common with the Northern region with numerous high hills and mountains, and wintry and foggy climate. It is the only province in Thailand which has the dubious distinction of the mercury plummeting to zero Celsius. Loei is 520 kilometers from Bangkok.

Kaeng Khut Khu

This is an islet in the middle of the Mekong River, 3 kilometers from Chiang Khan District Office. Kaeng Khut Khu is well known for its colorful boulders that are clearly visible during the dry season and totally submerged in other seasons. On the opposite bank of the River, visitors can see “Chana Kham”, Vientiane…

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Wat Si Khun Muang

This unique temple on Chai Khong Road north of Chiang Khan market has a chapel similar to that found in northern Thai temples with a mural of a Buddhist tale covering the entire front part.

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Upper Huai Nam Man

Upper Huai Nam Man and Huai Krathing Reservoir; with a capacity of 26 million cubic meters, the earth-filled reservoir covers an area of 1,500 rai of land. Offering breathtaking views which are accented by a bamboo forest and evergreen mountains, the reservoir offers dining opportunities in bamboo rafts and other recreational activities. To get there,…

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Ban Kang Pla Weaving Group

The village produces authentic and unique Loei fabrics. Visitors can see weaving demonstrations and purchase some products such as cloths, shirts, dresses, and handbags as souvenirs. To get there, take Loei-Chiang Khan Road for 4 kilometers, turn right and proceed for 1 kilometre.

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Phu Pha Lom Forest Park

Situated at Tambon Nam Suai, 24 kilometers from the city is a park that covers over 1,000 rai of land comprised mainly of limestone mountains surrounding a dense jungle. The main attractions in the Park are scenic viewpoints and caves while the main activity for visitors is trekking and camping. Many locals believe that caves…

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Mueang Loei Turkey Farm

Situated at Ban Ko Rai Yai, approximately 9 kilometers from the city, the farm offers a unique opportunity to see thousands of turkeys. To get there from the city, take Highway No. 203 (Loei-Dan Sai) to the kilometer 9 marker, turn left and proceed for approximately 50 meters. The farm opens daily from 8.30 a.m.…

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Loei Cultural Center

Located in Loei Rajabhat Institute, 5 kilometers from the city, on the Loei-Chiang Khan Road, the center features exhibits on indigenous culture and traditions of Loei. The center opens daily from 8.30 a.m. to 4.00 p.m. Call 042 835223-8, ext. 512 for more information or group reservations.

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City Pillar Shrine

Located next to Kut Pong Public Park, the shrine, which was built in 1982, is 139 centimeters tall and is constructed of pink cassia wood that is elaborately carved and inlaid with gold.

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Chao Pho Kut Pong Shrine

This shrine, which is located next to the city pillar shrine, is highly revered by the locals, as it is the city’s oldest shrine.

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Chaloem Phra Kiat Public Park

Situated in front of Loei Municipality, the Park, which occupies an area of 28 acres by the Loei River, is another place where the local residents relax and unwind through morning and evening exercising.

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