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The Former Palace (Phra Ratchawang Doem)

The Former Palace (Phra Ratchawang Doem)

The Former Palace (affectionately nicknamed Wang Doem) is situated on the banks of the Chao Phraya River at the mouth of Bangkok Yai Canal, next to Wat Arun (The Temple of The Dawn). Sitting on the opposite bank from Ba...

Palaces & Historical Sites Bangkok Yai,
Bangkok

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The City Pillar Shrine Pattani

The City Pillar Shrine Pattani

Situated in Sak Seni ground of Banchama Rachutit School, just opposite the City Hall on the left bank of the Pattani River, the shrine was constructed on 13 April 1951 when Phraya Rattana Phakdi was the governor. This si...

Palaces & Historical Sites Muang Pattani,
Patthani

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Praya Chai Sunthorn Monument

Praya Chai Sunthorn Monument

Praya Chai Sunthorn Monument is a life-sized monument, which is made from bronze in a standing position with the right hand holding a teapot and left hand holding a magic sword. The people of Kalasin donated the money to...

Palaces & Historical Sites Muang Kalasin,
Kalasin

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Plang Ku Khmer Ruins

Plang Ku Khmer Ruins

Located in Ban Plang Ku, the stupa of this Khmer ruins was built from gigantic-size brick, just like Sri Koraphum Khmer Ruins in Surin which can be dated back over 1,000 years ago. In front of Plang Ku is a big pond whic...

Palaces & Historical Sites Prang Ku,
Sisaket

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Prasat Mueang Khaek

Prasat Mueang Khaek

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...

Palaces & Historical Sites Sung Noen,
Nakhon Ratchasima

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Thung Kula Rong Hai

Thung Kula Rong Hai

For centuries, this plain which covers areas in five provinces in the northeastern region of Thailand, was dry and harsh. It was not until the latter half of the 20th century that efforts by the Royal Thai Government tu...

Palaces & Historical Sites Suwannaphum,
Roi Et

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Mueang Thi Khmer Ruins

Mueang Thi Khmer Ruins

Located in the compound of Wat Chom Suthawat, at Moo 1, Tambon Mueang Thi, the Khmer Ruins was adapted in a later period like Si Khoraphum Khmer Ruins. Built from brick and cement, the Khmer ruins comprised of five stupa...

Palaces & Historical Sites Muang Surin,
Surin

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Phra Achan Bua Temiyo Museum

Phra Achan Bua Temiyo Museum

Phra Achan Bua Temiyo Museum at Wat Sila Mongkhon in Ban Lak Sila, houses the remains of the revered monk Phra Achan Man Phuritatto and the religious items of another monk, Phra Achan Bua Temiyo, whose well-preserved bod...

Palaces & Historical Sites Muang Nakhon Phanom,
Nakhon Phanom

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The Phraya Phichai Dap Hak Memorial

The Phraya Phichai Dap Hak Memorial

The Phraya Phichai Dap Hak Memorial is installed in front of the townhall erected in honour of a hero. As governor of Muang Phichai (south of Uttaradit) about 200 years ago during the Thon Buri Period, the valiantly foug...

Palaces & Historical Sites Muang Uttaradit,
Uttaradit

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Trok Ban Chin (Ban Chin Alley)

Trok Ban Chin (Ban Chin Alley)

This pier used to be the centre for trade and business and a distribution centre for goods to and from Pak Nam Pho in Nakon Sawan province.

Palaces & Historical Sites Muang Tak,
Tak

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