#Archaeological sites

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Sa Morakot Archaeological Site
Situated in Wat Morakot, Tambon Kok Thai, these are the the gigantic Buddhist sites. The most fascinating attraction is the largest and oldest Lord Buddhas Footprints which were carved on the natural laterite floor. Also, there are the Wheel of...

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Namtok Phlio National Park
Before reaching the waterfall, there is a natural pool which is home to Puang fish. This fish can only be found in some waterfalls. Moreover, in this waterfall, there are two important archaeological sites.

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5 Inspiring Historical Sites to Visit in Thailand
There are many worth exploring historical sites in Thailand, especially the historical parks that are also significant ancient sites throughout Thai

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Ancient Kiln Sites
66 km. away from Burirum on the highway no. 2075, the archaeologists found a number of stoves and the potteries in the area of Ban Kruad district.

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Ban Chiang National Museum
Ban Chiang National Museum, also known as Ban Chiang Archaeological Site, is located in Nong Han district of Udon Thani Province. The site became a UNESCO World Heritage Site in December 1992.The museum has two parts to it. The first part is for...

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Khao Kha Archaeological Site
Khao Kha Archaeological Site is over 1,500 years old. Khao Kha is a major religious site for Sectarianism, which respect Shiva as the highest god. There is a mountain in the center and small archaeological site is spread around.

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Travel to the Past at Sukhothai – the Land of History
Sukhothai used to be a kingdom of abundance in the past, which has represented the identity of the Thais up until the present.

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Phong Tuk Archaeological Site
This site was dated back to Dhavaravati period around 11th or 12th century. The majority of locals are Buddhist and Brahmin.