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Places to visit in Roi Et

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What to see in Roi Et

People mainly come to Roi ET to see the great standing Buddha located at Wat Buraphaphiram. Otherwise, the Somdet Phra Sri Nakharin Phalanchai Park in the middle of lake is a nice place to relax and discover a beautiful walking Buddha statue. Wat Klang Ming Muang whose ordination hall has outdoor murals is also interesting. One of the buildings has a staircase to the top and offers a beautiful 360 degrees view over Roi Et and the Great Buddha.
Otherwise, 70 km from Roi Et, is the Wat Pha Nam Yoi (also called Wat Pha Thep Prasit Namthip Wanaram), probably the most beautiful temple in the province.

Must-visits in Roi Et

Wat Buraphaphiram Roi Et

Wat Buraphaphiram

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My opinion :
Its giant standing Buddha image which is nearly 60 meters high is the best known monument in Roi Et. It is also the largest of its kind in Thailand and the statue makes the city all around the country.
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Other visits suggestions in Roi Et

  • Roi Et National Museum
    This museum will interested those who want to know more about Isan (North-Eastern region of Thailand), see antiques objects and learn a little more about the silk weaving (open from 9 am to 4 pm from Wednesday to Sunday - Entrance fee : 100 THB)
  • Wat Pa Non Sawan
    There are hundreds of colorful sculptures (dragons, turtles, Hindu gods, scenes from hell ...). An surprising place located 30km east of Roi Et.
  • Roi Et Aquarium
    The place is quite small, but the underrwater tunnel should delighted children. Roi Et Aquarium has 24 small reservoirs and a large one with a capacity of 400 cubic meters housing freshwater fishes from the region (open from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. - Entrance fee: 30 THB).

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Saturday Walking Street (Kad Phra Non)

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Amphawa Chaipattananurak Foundation

Amphawa Chaipattananurak Foundation

More than the foundation itself, whose work to revive and preserve the know-how and traditions of Amphawa local life is admirable, it is the land that it owns with a coconut grove that is an...


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Khanom Kai Pa Tai shop

Khanom Kai Pa Tai shop

Cookies similar to madeleines a little more airy of this small shop are famous throughout the region. This is really an address for gourmands who will be delighted to eat them just out of the oven.


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Sala Kaew Ku

Sala Kaew Ku

a park with huge amazing cement sculptures. Mix of Buddhism and Hinduism figures and character from its creator's dreams, the aprk houses dozens of statues. The biggest are over 20 meters high....


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