Nakhon Ratchasima         

Prasat Phimai
Prasat Phanom Wan

Prasat Mueang Kaek
Prasat Non Ku
Prasat Mueang Kao


Prasat Phanom Rung
Muang Tam

Ku Suan Taeng

Prasat Nong Hong
Prasat Kok Ngiu

Roi Et

Ku Ka Sing
Ku Phra Kona

Maha Sarakham

Ku Santarat
Ku Ban Daeng


Khao Phra Viharn
Prasat Sa Kamphaeng Yai

Prasat Ban Mueang Chan

Prasat Ban Prasat

Prasat Sa Kamphaeng Noi


Prasat Sikhoraphum
Prasat Hin Chom Phra

Prasat Muang Thi

Prasat Ban Phluang

Ta Muen Thom
Ta Muen Toch
Ta Muen
Prasat Yai Ngao
Prasat Phum Pon

Sakhon Nakhon

Phra That Dum
Prasat Narai Cheng Weng


Prasat Muang Singh


Ku Ban Ngiu

Sa Kaeo

Prasat Khao Noi

Khon Kaen

Ku Pueai Noi

Champasak, Laos

Wat Phu
Um Tomo

Ta Muen Thom

Ta Muen Thom

Another breathtaking site is the late 11th century temple of Ta Muen Thom, reachable through the south of Surin province. It's actually a very long drive down here but very worthwhile. The temple itself is located on the border with Cambodia and sits in dense forest, which we realized when we ran into a forest snake. Unfortunately the Khmer Rouge had badly butchered the temples carvings and sold them during the 1980's. Several items make this temple a very special one. One being the existence of a natural rock linga. Unfortunately also this temple has joined the list of disputed temples between the Cambodians and the Thai in the summer of 2008 when Khao Phra Viharn or Preah Vihear became a Cambodian World Heritage Site. 

Tha Muen Thom


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