Talat Rong Kluea or Talat Chaidaen Ban Khlong Luek - is an important border market
on the Thai side. Most products are from the Cambodian border such as brass products,
glazed products, ceramics, crockery, clothes, curtains, electronic appliances from
Russia, woven products, dried fish, etc.
Aranyaprathet Victory Gate - is situated on the Thailand – Cambodia border at Ban
Khlong Luek, Tha Kham Sub-district. The gate consists of two posts standing on the
opposite sides of the road.
Prasat Sadok Kok Thom - is a large important ancient monument of Sa Kaew Province.
The remains comprise three towers, facing towards the East, a moat surrounding its
four sides, as well as, two boundary walls: the outer one made of laterite, while
the inner one, sandstone. There was a discovery of two stone inscriptions in ancient
Lalu - in Khmer language means - penetrated. It is a natural phenomenon caused by
the erosion of rainwater and the subsidence or collapse of soil. The condition of
some part of the soil at this place is hard and durable. However, the wind has eroded
it into many shapes similar to a city wall or cliffs, while some are pillars similar
to those in “Phae Mueang Phi” of Phrae province, but smaller in size.
Prasat Khao Lon - The Prasat stands in the compound of Wat Prasat Khao Lon on the
summit of Khao Lon, a small hill located at the foot of Khao Sakae Krong. It comprises
four Prang towers, but only the central one remains until the present.
Ta Phraya National Park - It is a natural boundary bordering Thailand and Cambodia.
The forest is in perfect condition comprising mixed deciduous forest, dry evergreen
forest, and deciduous dipterocarp forest. The distinctive point of this national
park is the variety of nature study routes for tourists. Interesting Attractions
within the Park The Viewpoint Spot on Phanom Dong Rak Mountain Range where Phran
Nut and Sakae Krong Mountain Ranges will be seen.
Lan Krachiao - is a stone terrace where there is the splendour of Krachiao - curcuma
- blossom and a perfect condition of the forest.
Chong O-Bok - is a viewpoint at the end of Thailand’s frontier. From this spot,
abundant forests and villages in the Kingdom of Cambodia can be seen.
Mi Akson Shrine - houses the royal handwriting of King Rama V.