The site of this prehistoric civilization lies just 50 kilometers east of the provincial capital of Udon Thani. At Thailand’s first open museum at Wat Po Si Nai in the modern village, the Fine Arts Department has retained the conditions of the archeological excavations where the pots first became known. Read more
Sam Pan Boak, is known as the Grand Canyon of Thailand and has the biggest rock reef in the Mae Khong River It is a place to witness life on the Mae Khong River bank. If you are a tourist in Ubon or if you live in Ubon it is a nice place to visit and spend a day exploring and enjoying nature. Read more
Located on the banks of the great river Khong, Khong Chiam, in the east of the country, is a secret home to miraculous lofty mountains and streams. For those who love the gentle light of morning sunshine, this is an ideal place that allows you to be the first to experience the rising sun. Read more
Wat Supatnaramworaviharn is at the bank of the scenic Mun River, Chaipoom province which is very easy to access. There is a lot of fascinating architecture at this temple such as the big stupa that combines architecture of Thai, Western and Khmer. Inside the temple are many styles of important Buddha images some in the Sukothai, Ayudhya and Khmer style. Around the temple, there is boundary marker made from sandstone. Read more
This temple was formerly called Wat Sri Thong. The temple grounds are full of trees that make the atmosphere very shady. The hall is believed to imitate the one at Wat Benjamaborpit in Bangkok. Inside the hall, there is a Pra Kaew Busarakum and a Buddha image that made with topaz. According to the legend, this Buddha image was brought from Vientiane, Laos. Read more
In Wat Prataat Nongbua, you will find a huge exquisite golden chedi which is held sacred by all Ubon Rachatani people and is regarded as a symbol of the province, reflecting the faith and reverence of Ubon Buddhists. The chedi, which is called Prataat Chedi Sri Mahapo and shares some resemblance to “Sikara” of Pihan District, India, is the principle chedi of the temple at 56-meters in height and with traditional stucco decoration by skilled Ubon artisans. Read more
Wat Supatnaramworaviharn is at the bank of the scenic Mun River, Chaipoom province which is very easy to access. There is a lot of fascinating architecture at this temple such as the big stupa that combines architecture of Thai, Western and Khmer. Inside the temple are many styles of important Buddha images some in the Sukothai, Ayudhya and Khmer style. Around the temple, there is boundary marker made from sandstone. There is also a museum that displays important antiques inside the temple especially Wat Supatnaram Stone which was built by King Suriyaworaman I.
Wat Supatnaramworaviharn is located at Supat Road, Tambol Naimuang, Amphur Muang, Ubon Rachathani.
The best time to visit is during the Buddhist lent month since there is the Candle Procession festival but visitors should remember to plan and find accommodation in advance.
Another nearby attraction is Wat Toongsrimuang, the temple in the middle of the city that has the most beautiful tripitaka hall in the northeast region. In addition, there is Wat Na Kwai, its hall is decorated with beautiful paintings by northeastern artists.
Do not forget to come and taste the delicious food such as Vietnamese noodles, white pork sausage, Chinese sausage and many others. The most popular restaurant is the Indochina Restaurant situated at Sappasit Road, Amphur Muang. There are also other interesting restaurants such as Dimsum Pae Thong Restaurant, 99 Kuay Jub Restaurant and Together Coffee Restaurant.