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Ban Rai Temple (Wat Ban Rai)

One of the most famous temples in Nakhon Ratchasima, Ban Rai temple is recognized as the residence of the notable monk Luang Pho Khun Parisutto. Located in Tambon KutPhiman approximately 60 kilometers...

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Magic Cave Land

Magic Cave Land, Pak Chong District, Nakhon Ratchasima Province This tourist attraction is not far from Mittraphab Road in Pak Chong District. If you come from Bangkok, the opposite side of this attr...

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Thepphitak Phunnaram Temple

Thepphitak Phunnaram Temple is located on the area of Sisead Ah Mountain, Klang Dong Moo Baan that is on the right side of highway number 2 (Mittraparb Road) on the 150-kilometer marker, there is a cr...

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Wat Khao Chan Ngam

Located in Ban Loet Sawat, Wat Khao Chan Ngam is a tourist attraction with prehistoric painting as its highlight. The drawings are situated behind the temple, where visitors have to walk through a roc...

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Wat Na Phra That

Wat Na Phra That, locally known as Wat Takhu, is an ancient temple founded in 1787 or during the reign of King Buddha Yodfa Chulaloke. It is located Moo 1, Takhu Subdistrict, Pak Thong Chai District, ...

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Wat Pa Salawan

Wat Pa Salawan is a temple where the relics of Acharn Sao, Acharn Man and Acharn Thim are stored. To get here, visitors can take the Nakhon Ratchasima-Dan Khun Thot bus, which leaves from Nakhon Ratch...

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Wat Pathum Khongkha, aka Wat Nok Ok

Wat Pathum Khongkha, also known as Wat Nok Ok is a Mon temple in Pak Thongchai District, Nakhon Ratchasima. As a historical attraction and monument, it is open daily to the public. The temple was bui...

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Wat Phra Narai

Located on Prachak Road, Wat Phra Narai is a monastery houses featuring sandstone statue of the Hindu god Vishnu. Designed in Khmer style, the statue is highly revered by local residents and is consid...

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Wat Sala Loi

Located in the northeast of the city, Wat Sala Loi is built by the Khorat heroine Thao Suranari and her husband in 1827. Awarded by the Siam Architects Society for the best avant-garde religious build...

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Wat Sala Thong

One of the interesting tourist attractions of Nakhon Ratchasima, WatSala Thong is a temple of the Dhamayuti section located in Tambon Hua Thale, only a kilometer away from the city. The site was origi...

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