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Located at Ban Sangkha, Tambon Sangkha, the Khmer ruins comprises two stupas facing east and standing in north-south direction. The brick stupas stand on laterite base and decorated with carved brick gable depicting ‘Makorn’, the fairy animals mixed from lion, elephant, and fish, holding five-headed naga in its mouth. By its lay out, there should be three stupas, but today only two remain. Decorations from the carved sandstone stupa’s peak, door columns are displayed at the front lawn. How to get there: The Khmer ruins is 4km from Amphoe Sangkha, via highway 24 (Chok Chai-Det Udom). It is 800m off the main road at km. 189-190 via dirt track.

  • Opening days

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

  • Service hours

    08:00 to 18:00



  • Address

    Sangkha, Sangkha, Surin 32150 Thailand

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