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Nakhon Ratchasima Province

The city of various Khmer ruins and the famous statue of Khun Ying Mo named Nakhon Ratchasima or commonly known as “Khorat” is situated on a plateau, about 260 kilometres northeast of Bangkok. The city itself serves as the Gateway to the Northeastern Region.

Sai Ngam

Sai Ngam or “Beautiful Banyan Tree” is two kilometres from Phimai. It is a recreation place which provides more than 15,000 square feet of shady area. Food stands for snacks and drinks are also available.

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Dan Kwian

Dan Kwian is situated on Highway No. 24, about 14 kilometers from the city of Nakhon Ratchasima is a village noted for the unique pottery widely used for interior and outdoor decoration. The clay at Dan Kwian has a specially marvelous quality of tough, ductile texture and the color of rust which are beyond comparison…

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Prang Ku

Prang Ku is in Wat Ban Ku School, Tambon Don Tanin.  Take Highway No. 2 for about 74 kilometres, then turn left at the highway police kiosk to Ban Non Ta Then for around 6 kilometres and turn right to Wat Ban Ku School.  The site is a small Khmer pagoda with a square base,…

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Flower Garden

Decorated Plants, Flower Garden, and Organic vegetable Plantation are Located in Amphoe Wang Nam Khiao, it covers an area of approximately 60 sq.km. The Plantation cultivates over 40 kinds of Thai fruits such as rambutan, Mangosteen, longan, lamyai, lichee, etc.

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Ban Prasat Archaeological Site

Ban Prasat Archaeological Site is 42 kilometers away from Nakhon Ratchasima along the Nakhon Ratchasima-Khon Kaen route. Skeletons, ornaments, and artifacts and potteries were discovered here. It is presumed that this area has continuously been inhabited during the past 3,000 years up to present.

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Prasat Nang Ram

This site, called Arokhayasan (a hospital) by the ancient Khmers, was built in the 13th century during the reign of King Chaiworaman VII and comprises of 2 groups of buildings situated close together. The more complete pagodas face the east and are surrounded by a laterite wall. To the northeast outside the wall is a…

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Prang Sida

Prang Sida is similar to Prang Ku at Tambon Don Tanin, but this pagoda is closed on all 4 sides. It was a Brahman religious site, dated from around the 12th-13th Buddhist centuries, that was constructed entirely of laterite in the ancient Khmer style with sculpted plaster designs facing the east and an outer wall…

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Mueang Phon Greenhouse

This garden has over 300 kinds of tropical and temperate flowering, decorative, fruit bearing as well as perennial plants. After touring the garden visitors can try the house specialty, ostrich steaks, at the restaurant overlooking the reservoir of Lam Ta Khong Dam. Basic tourist facilities provided. Please contact the management in advance. Location: 204/44 Mu…

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Phra Non Sema

Phra Non Sema is located 4 kilometers from Amphoe Sung Noen, is a Reclining Buddha image made of red sand stone which is the most ancient and largest in Thailand. The image is assumed to be built since 1200 B.E. There are various evidences of archaeology found within the area such as bronze Buddha images,…

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Wat Thammachak Semaram

Wat Thammachak Semaram is in Ban Khlong Khwang in Tambon Sema. The place used to be a religious site in the Dvaravati period. The important artefact here is a huge reclining Buddha image made of red sandstone that stretches from north to south. It is 13.30 metres long and 2.80 metres high. It dates from…

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