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Ban Kan Lueang Archaeological Site  - It is an archaeological site which can be dated back to 2,800 - 2,500 years ago. In 1996, the Fine Arts Department found several artefacts such as beads, pottery, bronze bells, iron axes and chaff.


Wat Sa Prasan Suk or Wat Ban Na Mueang  - The temple houses a special Ubosot in the shape of the Suphannahong Royal Barge decorated with mosaic. The abbot, Achan Bunmi, is widely honoured among the people of Ubon Ratchathani as well as those from nearby provinces.


Wat Sa Prasan Suk or Wat Ban Na Mueang  - The temple houses a special Ubosot in the shape of the Suphannahong Royal Barge decorated with mosaic. The abbot, Achan Bunmi, is widely honoured among the people of Ubon Ratchathani as well as those from nearby provinces.


Hat Khu Duea - The beach by the Mun River is 12 km from downtown Ubon Ratchathani via Highway 24. Many restaurants on the raft are available.


Ban Pa-ao  - The ancient village is situated in Tambon Nong Khon. Since two centuries ago, the villagers actually immigrated from Vientiane during the reign of King Siri Bunsan and settled here. The village is famed for its brass work in an ancient style.


Wat Nong Pa Phong  - The temple is situated in a lush forest of Tambon Non Phueng. The tranquillity allows monks to study and practice Vipassana meditation. Attractions in the temple include the Phra Phothiyan Thera Museum that displays the eight requisites and wax model of Luangpu Cha.


Wat Pa Nana Chat  - Numerous foreign monks study and practice Vipassana meditation here; most of them can speak Thai fluently and pray in Pali. Strict practices of the monks here make the temple quite honourable among Buddhists.


Wat Phukhao Kaeo  - The temple has a very beautiful Ubosot which is delicately decorated with a tiered roof covered with terra cotta tiles and supporting a golden spire in the middle. Inside is the high-relief regarding important Phrathats, relic-containing pagodas, of Thailand.


Kaeng Saphue  - The rapids in the Mun River is a place to relax and enjoy the currents and wave sound. Saphue derives from the word Samphuet in Suai ethnic language which means large serpent.

Ubon Ratchathani Province, places to see around the Province.

Ubon Ratchathani Province, Page 8,  Interesting places to visit around the Province.