Ban Phlai Khmer Ruins | Bangkok Post: Ban Phlai Khmer Ruins

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Located at Ban Prasat, Tambon Chuea Phloeng, 22km from Surin City (7km prior to Amphoe Prasat) , 3 kilometres off main road on the right via asphalt road, the Khmer ruins was built to honour God Shiva. Three brick stupas in the same line are surrounded with moat except on the east. Although Shiva Linga and some lintels are missing, the remaining artifacts are kept at Phimai National Museum indicate that the Khmer Ruins was built in 11th Century.

  • Open days

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

  • Service hours

    08:00 to 18:00



  • Address

    Chuea Phloeng, Prasat, Surin 32140 Thailand

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