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Chedi Yak

Chedi Yak is Nakhon SI Thammarat's second tallest pagoda. It is located near Nakhon Si Thammarat Municipality in the abandoned Wat Chedi area. According to the legend, the pagoda was built by Khotkhir...

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City wall

Lined along Ratchadamnoen Road, Nakhon Si Thammarat's city wall was built in the unknown period long time ago and was given a renovation in the early Rattanakosin era and again in 1990. The wall runs ...

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Ho Phra Isuan

Ho PhraIsuanand the Giant Swing are located on Ratchadamnoen Road, NaiMuang sub-district, Mueang district, opposite Ho PhraNarai. Ho PhraIsuan houses the image of Shiva (PhraIsuan), a Brahman god. It ...

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Ho Phra Narai

Ho PhraNarai Ho PhraNaraion Ratchadamnoen Road is another Brahman place of worship opposite Ho PhraIsuan. The original structure and design of this hall is unknown. However, a gray sandstone image of...

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Phra Wihan Sung

Phra Wihan Sung, or Ho Phra Sung, is an important historical site located just outside the ancient city wall in the area of Sanam Na Muang, on Ratchadamnoen Road. There was no exact historical evidenc...

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Sala Dohok

Sala Dohok Sala Dohok or Sala Praduhok is located on Rachadamnoen Road. Earlier, it was located at Pratuchai Nuea outside the city mural, where travelers would rest when they did not make it to en...

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Thai Style Kuti at Wat Wang Tawan Tok

Thai-Style Kuti at Wat Wang Tawan Tok Thai-Style Kuti (Thai-style monastic residence) or a hundred-year Kuti is one of the historical and memorial attraction located in Wat Wang Tawan Tok, Ratchad...

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Wat Mok Lan Archaeological Site

“Building the ground, creating the sky, growing the arrowleaf sida, establishing Mok Lan first, then Mueang Kon later.” This quote shows the antiquity of Ban Mok Lan, which is an ancient c...

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