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Buri ram, more places of interest around the Province

Prasat Hin Mueang Tam: It is one of the Khmer sanctuaries with outstanding architecture in Buriram.

Ang Kep Nam Sanam Bin Non-hunting Area: The office of the non-hunting area is located on the left side of the road.

Ancient Kiln Sites: Archaeologists found ancient kilns and ceramics during their surveys. The kilns date from around the 9th – 10th century and served as a production centre for Khmer ceramics supplying other cities.

Prasat Wat Khok Ngio : It is a Khmer stone sanctuary located behind Wat Khok Ngio, and it once served as a Arogayasala or a hospital.

Rao Su Monument: It was built in 1979 to commemorate the brave undertakings of civilians, police officers and soldiers who lost their lives during battles with communists who obstructed the construction of this strategic route.

Lam Nang Rong Dam: It is an area under a Royal Project for security development. The Lam Nang Rong Dam is an earthen dam with an asphalt road along the crest with an expansive view.

Prasat Nong Hong: It is a small archaeological site comprising three prangs made from brick on a single late rite base.

Big Buddha Image or Phra Phuttharup Patima Santayaphirom Satuek Udom Ratsadon Nimitmanin is a big standing Buddha image on the bank of the Mun River, opposite the Satuek District Office.

Phrachao Yai Wat Hong: It is an old Lao-style Buddha image in the posture of subduing Mara, which was built during the late Ayutthaya period, or around the 18th century.

Silk Weaving Village of Amphoe Na Pho: It is a silk weaving village, especially "Mudmi" silk, which has received support for their development of skills, the standard of production, and their patterns and colours from the Royal Folk Arts and Craft Centre under the royal patronage of HM Queen Sirikit.

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