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Prasat Puay Noi

There is very little information available about Prasat Puay Noi, an ancient Hindu Temple in Khon Kaen Province, other than the fact that it was built in the 11th Century as a Khmer Sanctuary. From the middle of the 9th Century, most of North Eastern Thailand was in the hands of the Khmers whose civilization
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Ganesh Museum, Chiang Mai

Ganesh or Ganesha, the elephant headed Hindu God of wisdom is nearly as well known in Thailand as in India. In Chiang Mai, followers of the Lord Ganesh are extremely fortunate in having the very first Ganesh Museum in Thailand. In Thailand, ganesh or Ganesha is known as Phra Pikanayt. The Ganesh Museum is the
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Si Wiang Dinosaur Park

The Si Wiang Dinosaur Park is located about 70kms from Khon Kaen on the road to the Phu Wiang National Park. The attractive and well maintained Si Wiang Dinosaur Park is a fun place for all the family and makes a great introduction to the more serious world of Dinosaurs which visitors will discover in
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Baan Tong Luang

After a visit to Baan Tong Luang, a Hill Tribe cultural preservation village near Chiang Mai, advertised as an Eco-Agriculture project, we had mixed feelings. Baan Tong Luang was opened in 2005 to “preserve the old traditional ways of Hill Tribe agriculture and to provide an income for the Hill Tribe people”. People from five
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The Phuping Palace (Bhuping/Bhubing) is a Royal Residence. Located on a mountain above the famous Chiang Mai Temple, Wat Phrathat Doi Suthep, the Phuping Palace is the winter residence of the Thai Royal Family. The Phuping Palace was built in 1961, with several other buildings added later and now also serves as a Royal Guest
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