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Sra Kampaeng Yai Khmer Ruins

Sra Kampaeng Yai Khmer Ruins

Categories: Local Destinations > Palaces & Historical Sites

Address: Kampaeng Yai Rd., Sa Kamphaeng Yai, Uthumphon Phisai, Sisaket 33120 Thailand See map

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Located in Wat Sra Kampaeng Yai, Ban Kampaeng Yai, Tambon Sra Kampaeng Yai, it is the biggest and most perfect Khmer Ruins in the province. The Khmer Ruins comprises of three stupas on the same base, lining in a north-south direction. The main stupa, in the middle, made from sandstone and bricks in some part, houses carved lintel depicting the God Indra on the back of Erawan Heavenly Elephant above the kirtimukha. The other two stupas are made of brick with sandstone decorations such as lintel, gable frame and door frame. Behind the southern stupa is another brick stupa.

  • Open days

    Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday

  • Service hours

    08:00 to 18:00

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  • Address

    Kampaeng Yai Rd., Sa Kamphaeng Yai, Uthumphon Phisai, Sisaket 33120 Thailand

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