Pratat Renoo-Nakorn

View the scenery alongside Mekong River and pay respects to the Buddha’s relics at Poo Lanka, Amphur Baan Paeng, Nakornpanom Read more

The typical climate of the northeastern region of Thailand is usually windy and cool, dissimilar to the damp cold of the north, except for those provinces near the Thai-Laos border. These provinces are known for their mist in the winter, especially the lovely Nakorn Panom. Read more

Pratat Renoo-Nakorn is situated not far from Pratat Panom, in the district of Renoo-Nakorn and has been the center of faith and belief of locals since 1917. Visitors can pay respects and ask for good fortune and prosperity from the relics of Buddha and Buddhist saints. Afterwards, visitors are recommended to pay respects to Pra-Ong Saen, the most respected Buddha image of the Renoo-Nakorn people. Read more

Pratat Srikoon, the Tuesday guardian, is believed to grant you honor and charisma. The chedi of Pratat Srikoon is similar in shape to Pratat Panom only smaller and was built with the influence of Lanchang art. Relics of Pra Saributr, Pra Mokalana, and Pra sankajjayana are kept inside the chedi. Popular offerings are popped rice, traditional perfume, charred sticky rice, pink flowers, two candles, and eight incense sticks. The chant for Pratat Srikoon is ‘Ti Hung Ja Tou Ro Ti-nang’ and is considered to bring one affection. Read more

Pratat Renoo-Nakorn is situated not far from Pratat Panom, in the district of Renoo-Nakorn and has been the center of faith and belief of locals since 1917. Visitors can pay respects and ask for good fortune and prosperity from the relics of Buddha and Buddhist saints. Afterwards, visitors are recommended to pay respects to Pra-Ong Saen, the most respected Buddha image of the Renoo-Nakorn people. The image is paraded around the town on Songkran day every year and on the 11th to 15th of March, there is an annual ceremony to pay respects to the image. According to the custom, popped rice, Thai traditional perfume, grilled sticky rice, yellow flowers, fifteen insense sticks, and two candles are used as offerings. Since Pra-Ong Saen is the Monday guardian, worshippers who were born on this day are believed to receive the utmost merit, having skin that glows like a full moon.