From Ubon Ratchathani Province

Ubon Ratchathani has been a well established community for hundreds of years. It is where the Traditional and colorful Candle Procession is held. Ubon is 629 Kilometers from Bangkok.

Wat Thung Si Muang

is renowned for its traditional wooden Ho Trai scripture repository, with an intricately carved gable, in the middle of a pond. The monastic hall of Wat Thung Si Mung houses beautiful mural paintings depicting episodes from Buddhist literature and scenes of local every life.

Ubon Ratchathani National Museum

Once the province’s City Hall, puts on an exhibition of the province’s history, geological features of the northeast, discovered artifacts, and local handiwork like basketry, brass, traditional hand-woven fabric, and local musical instruments. The museum is open daily except for Mondays and Tuesdays.

Wat Nong Bua

located on the suburb of town on the way to Amnat Charroen province. It is the only Buddhist monastery in the country with a Buddhagaya-style stupa, and has an extensive structure. Within the Stupa are several important Buddha images.

Wat Supattanaram

the first Buddhist monastery of the Dharmanyuthi sect in Northeastern Thailand, is situated on the bank of the Mun River not too far from the town center. Built in 1853 with an initial royal donation by King Rama IV, it has as its principal image the Phra Sapphanyu Chao which is greatly revered by both local people and visitors alike.

Ban Kan Luang Archaeological Site

five kilometers away from town along Highway 212 and 2050, the site was excavated by the Fine Arts Department in 1992. Discoveries include artifact, implements, ornaments, beads, pottery, and iron axes. It is believed that settlement dates back at least 2,000 years.

Kaeng Saphu

rapids south of Amphoe Phibun Mangsahan market, 45 kilometers from Ubon. Splashing currents during dry season make a beautiful scene over rocks and outcrops, although they are completely immersed during the high-tide season.

Sirindhorn Dam

one of the major multi-purpose dams in the Northeast is around seventy kilometres from town in Amphoe Phibun Mangsahan. It is capable of producing 36,000 kilo watts or an annual 13.5 million units of electricity.

Khong Chiam

is a district overlooking the Mekhong River and is located 80 kilometers from Ubon Ratchathani. A hired boat is available here to go to Kaeng Tana cataract and to go sightseeing at Mae Nam Song Si or the bicolour river where the Mekhong and Mun Rivers meet.