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Wat Nong Wang Temple, Khon Kaen  and Phra Mahathat Kaen Nakhon or The 9 storey Stupa

On the 2nd story, the Issan Museum collected the ancient appliances which rarely seen in nowadays. The murals within feature the 35 prohibited rules of Issan people daily life.

On the 3rd story, the monk-learning hall with its beautifully carved door and windows, featuring Nang Phom Hom, the lasting Issan tales. This story includes talipot fans, fan of ranks, and eight necessities of famous Khon Kaen monks.

On the 4th story, the monk-learning hall with a museum which is composed of ancient objects: doors and windows, Buddha’s picture in each birthday and compass angle.

On the 5th story, a museum hall comprising utensils of Phrakhrupalad Bussaba Sumano, a former abbacy. Doors and windows featured the story of life and former reincarnations of the Lord Buddha.

On the 6th story, a preceptor hall, its doors and windows are carved and featured the Vejsandhorn Jataka tales

On the 7th story, an enlightened Buddha’s disciples’ hall, its doors and windows are carved and feature the tale of Prince Temi the Dumb.

On the 8th story, a Buddha’s teaching hall assembled Tripitaka, the Buddhist Scriptures. Doors and windows are carved and feature the 16 classes of visible deities in the Brahma's world, and Buddhist rites.

The top floor, on the 9th story, a Buddha hall and a movable throne placed in the middle houses relics of the Lord Buddha. Doors are carved the featured 3D of the 16 classes of visible deities in the Brahma's world, and Buddhist rites.


From there, visitor can enjoy panoramic view of the town especially Kaen Nakhon marsh see above top right.

The view from the Temple