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Prasat Mueang Khaek

Prasat Mueang Khaek

Categories: Local Destinations > Palaces & Historical Sites

Address: Non Ku Rd., Khorat, Sung Noen, Nakhon Ratchasima 30170 Thailand See map

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Prasat Mueang Khaek is 600m from Prasat Non Ku. It is a large ancient remain, made of bricks and sandstone with a plan in a rectangular shape, facing towards the north. It comprises of a main sanctuary, two structures of Bannalai (library), gallery, entrance archways, pond, boundary wall, and a small brick building. From the archaeological excavation in 1959 and during 1990–91, beautifully engraved stone lintels in various designs, god sculptures, as well as, a stone inscription which was used to construct the base of the outermost entrance archway were discovered. It is assumed that this prasat might possibly be another Hindu shrine, aged around the 10th century.

  • Open days

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

  • Service hours

    08:00 to 18:00



  • Address

    Non Ku Rd., Khorat, Sung Noen, Nakhon Ratchasima 30170 Thailand

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