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Si Sa Ket Province:

          Located about 571 kilometers from Bangkok, Sisaket is one of the most well known destinations in northeastern Thailand. Noted for its numerous Khmer- style religious temples scattered all over the province, this quiet region is located in the valley of the Mun River, a tributary of the Mekong. This place is well known for its exquisite bamboo handicrafts and for souvenirs including silk and cotton fabrics exclusively from Amphoe Uthumphon Phisai.

         The most prominent tourist destination is the Somdet Phra Sri Nakarin Park, which is a natural forest patch that has a dense population of Lamduan flowers, which is regarded as the provincial flower of Sisaket. Khao Pra Wihan National Park, located in Khao Pra Wihan conservation forest, is famous for its ancient castle - the Prasat Khao Pra Wihan. More...

Si Sa Ket Demographic Data :

Capital: Sisaket
Area: 8,840.0 km²
Ranked 21st
Inhabitants: 1,405,500 (2000)
Ranked 9th
Pop. density: 159 inh./km²
Ranked 20th
ISO 3166-2: TH-33
Governor: Kongkiat Akkharaprasoetkun
(since April 2007)



Si Sa Ket Tourist Attractions:

  • Khun Amphai Panich Buiding
  • Maha Buddharam Temple
  • Sra Kampaeng Yai Khmer Ruins
  • Somdet Sri Nagain Park
  • Sra Kampaeng Noi Khmer Ruins
  • Sisa Asoka
  • Huay Tap Tan Khmer Ruins
  • Plang Ku Khmer Ruins
  • Pa Maha Jedi Kaeo Temple
  • Samrong Kiat Waterfall
  • Double Stupas of Si Sa Ket
  • Don Tuan Khmer Ruins
  • Khun Sri Waterfall
  • Chong Arn Ma


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