#Phu Kho Sunrise View Point
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See & DoPhu Ruea National Park
Phu Ruae is a lofty table-top mountain overspread with pine trees. Its distinctive point is the overhanging cliff resembling a giant junk's prow. Phu Ruae National Park covers an area of 75,525 rai (120.84 km2) in Tambon Nong Bua, Amphoe Phu Ruea.
See & DoSunthon Phu Monument
The monument was built to commemorate Sunthon Phu, a leading poet in the early Rattanakosin era, two centuries ago. There are statues of Sunthon Phu and characters from his famous literature.
See & DoNamtok Phu Fa
Namtok Phu Fa is the highest waterfall in the Phu Kha National Park with the height of 140 meters, 12 tiers. 3 days 2 nights are the required time for travel to this scenic waterfall. Guiding staff is recommended.
Five kilometres from the Phu Sang waterfall is a village on the Thai-Laotian border.
See & DoPhu Phan Ratchaniwet Palace
It is situated among Phu Phan mountain, on Sakolnakhorn-Kalasin road, highway 213, 13 km away from the city.
See & DoPhu Pha Man National Park
The obvious natural landmark of this park is the towering limestone cliff that looks like a huge curtain. Lush jungle and mixed forest keep this place cool almost all the year round. Acquiring a total area of 218,750 rai, the park covers areas in...
See & DoWat Phu Khao Thong
The Phu Khao Thong chedi is situated about two kilometres northwest of the city island. It was built by King Ramesuan in 1387. Burengnong, the Burmese king, built three layers of the large superimposed base in the Burmese style after he seized...
See & DoWat Phumin
Wat Phu Min is a royal temple located in the Phra Nakhon, now Nai Wiang sub-district, near Nan National Musuem. According to Nan chronicles, the temple was built by Phra Chao Jettabutrabhrama, the ruler of Nan kingdom, 6 years after his rule in...