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Buri Ram Province:

          

           Buri Ram Province, regarded as the center of the ancient Khmer culture, is a serene and small northeastern province of Thailand. This region has immense historical significance dating back to Angkor period. This province is a delight to watch during the months of November to February.

          Buri Ram is an ideal place for historians. This province has numerous archaeological excavations and evidences of Khmer sites that narrate the ancient Angkor period dating back to thousand years. There are several monuments built in the marvelous Khmer style of architecture. The most featured tourist destination in Buri Ram is the Phanom Rung Historical Park. This Khmer site is situated on an extinct volcano. Visitors can hire motorbikes to go around the place. Other important Khmer sites in this region include Ku Suan Taeng, Mueang Tam Stone Sanctuary, Ban Khok Ngio Stone Sanctuary and Nong Hong Stone Sanctuary. More...

Buri Ram Demographic Data :

Capital: Buriram
Area: 10,322.9 km²
Ranked 17th
Inhabitants: 1,493,359 (2000)
Ranked 7th
Pop. density: 145 inh./km²
Ranked 27th
ISO 3166-2: TH-31
Governor: Santhat Chattuchai
(since April 2007)

 

 

Buri Ram Tourist Attractions:

  • Kradong Reservoir
  • Lower Northeastern Cultural Centre
  • The Monument of King Rama I
  • Khao Kradong Forest park
  • Huai Talat Reservoir and Buri Ram Bird park
  • Phanom Rung Historical Park
  • Wat Khao Angkhan
  • Thung Laem Reservoir
  • Ang Kep Nam Sanam Bin Non hunting Area
  • Ancient Kiln Sites
  • Stone Quarry
  • Rao Su Momument
  • Lam Nang Rong Dam
  • Silk Weaving Village of Amphoe Na Pho
 
 
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