Phraya Chaisunthon Monument ( Chao Somphamit ) The life-sized monument is made from
bronze in a standing position with the right hand holding a teapot, and left hand
holding a magic sword.
Wat Klang Within the temple’s compound, there is an Ubosot building, which was an
extension from the old building. Inside a pavilion or Sala near the Ubosot building
is a black Buddha image, made from bronze. In any drought season, the local people
would take the Buddha image in a procession to beg for rain.
Wat Si Bun Rueang or Wat Nuea The temple stores a number of crafted boundary stones
from Fa Daet Song Yang Ancient City. One of the most beautiful boundary stones, which
are of the Dvaravati art, is the one that depicts flying angels over a Prasat or
palace represented by double arches, with the king, queen and their sons at the bottom.
Kalasin Museum The museum was established by Mr. Chairat Mapraneet, Governor of
Kalasin province, with an aim to show the collections of good things in Kalasin.
Phutthasathan Phu Po The site is where two ancient reclining Buddha images of the
Dvaravati period carved on the cliff can be seen. They are the sacred images highly
revered by the people of Kalasin and nearby provinces.
Ban Phokhru Plueang Chairatsami - Khru Plueang Chairatsami was declared a National
Artist in 1986 in the field of folk music. He built a farmer’s hut to be used as
a traditional music school. The hut also displays traditional musical instruments
such as Phin (lute), Khaen (reed organ), So (bowed stringed instrument) and Pong
Lang (northeastern style xylophone).
Mueang Fa Daet Song Yang It is an ancient town surrounded by earthen mounds with
a length of about 5 kilometres. Evidence for its civilization are religious ruins
in and around the city such as a large number of sandstone boundary markers with
Wat Pho Chai Semaram or Wat Ban Kom It is an old temple with a huge collection
of old boundary stones of gigantic sizes. The boundary stones found in Fa Daet Song
Yang are different from those discovered in other regions, as they were usually carved
telling Jataka stories and the life of the Lord Buddha.
Lam Pao Dam The dam was built to block Lam Pao - the Pao River - and Huai Yang –
Yang Creek. The dam was constructed particularly for relieving flood problems and
Kalasin Province, Places to visit, Kalsin Museum, Wat Klang, ,Phraya Chaisunthon
Monument ( Chao Somphamit )