#Wat Ched Yod

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Bueng Kan
Bueng Kan is a province in Thailand that contains waterfalls, mountains, and various kinds of tourist attractions. It borders the Makong River and Bolikhamsai Province of Laos. It is a newly established province but contains lots of interesting...

Surin is a province with a long historical background. It takes about 457 km from Bangkok by car. At present, there are 13 district – Mueang, Chumphonburi, Tha Toom, Jom Phra, Phrasart, Karb Chaoeng, Rattanaburi, Sanom, Srikhornraphoom, Sang...

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Wat Prasat
Located on Inthawarorot Road, near Wat Phra Sing, is Wat Prasat where a rare Lanna style Buddha image is enshrined.

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The King Taksin Shrine
Located at Wat Lum Mahachai Chumpon on Taksin Road.

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National Museum Of Nan
The National Museum of Nan is situated at Pha Kong Road, Nai Wiang District, Amphoe Mueang Nan, Nan. The museum is opposite to Wat Phra That Chang Kham, near Wat Phumin.

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Wat Si Ubon Rattanaram
Wat Sri Ubon Rattanaram or Wat Si Thong is a royal temple near the City Hall in Ubon Ratchathani constructed in 1855 during the reign of King Rama IV of CHakri dynasty.

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Wat Phrathat Hari Phun Chai Wora Maha Wihan
Wat Phrathat-haripunchai Woramahawihan (temple) is situated within Lamphun city centre.

Wat Mahathat or Wat Phra Mahathat, originally named Wat Huamuang

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Wat Amphawan
Wat Amphawan from the late Ayutthaya period was formerly called Wat Bang Muang. The most striking feature is a wooden scripture hall in the middle of a pond. This most complete example of Thai architecture has 2 rooms.

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Wat Khiri Wihan
Wat Khiri Wihan is located on Trat - khlong yai - Hat Lek Road in Ban Tha luean, Mueang District. The former title of this temple is Wat Tha Luean or Wat Whukhao Yuan. It more than 110 year old . As its site is on a hight mountain, visitors can...