Wat Phra That Rueang Rong
Wat Phra That Rueang Rong
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Radar47
Yasothon Province, Thailand221 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2020
Also known as Wat Phra That Rueang Rong and Wat Phra That Suphannahong
At the car park you see this white steer pulling a carriage indicating a temple a little different than many. The grounds and buildings are vast requiring plenty of time to visit. One visit is insufficient I believe. The main Temple has 6 floors with a small museum on the 2nd and some great views from the top reached by stairs.

A tour guide would be helpful as there are many images that excite the imagination and would be enhanced with a description.
Written 28 December 2020
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Torbjörn E
6 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2018 • Couples
I saw this for first time and were fascineted over it´s beauty.We climbed uo to the top of the temple and boy were the view great. When come to Sisaket next time I will visit this again and many other places too.
Written 3 March 2018
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Champoussin, Switzerland166 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
June 2016 • Couples
It's is indeed a beautiful temple. Not the most beautiful in Thailand but worth coming. It's quite big and interesting. Nice view from the top.
Written 25 June 2016
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zanzig
Asakusa, Japan176 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2015 • Family
I have been here twice now. Not a whole lot to do in Si Saket province. This WAT is well cared for. Very large and a lot to see. A lot of old artifacts in the museum. Only downfall is it can get crowed. A lot of local tourism.
Written 24 January 2016
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Ainna F
2 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2015 • Family
This place ia one of the best temple i ever visited in thailand. Because the temple provide so many stories, especially story about buddha and human kind. Altough this story just represent by picture, but if you go there by guide/anyone know the story and can talk in english it will be more fun. Moreover, this temple has stuffs collection from last few decades. And it also has a good scenenry, if you go up.
Written 17 November 2015
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TravellingMitch
Norfolk, UK41,146 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2015 • Friends
Visited with Thai friends. Large temple with lots of really interesting figures, and some historical artifacts. You can climb to the top of the temple tower which gives great views over the area.
Written 11 June 2015
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Martyjustice
Fort Worth, TX79 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Temple with many amusing figures. Buddism with a sense of humor. The main building has many historical items on upper floors. Not all religious, saw a 1960s computer terminal with paper punch and 8 mm film camera. Worth every penny of admission ( its free ). Worth a visit if you are close by.
Written 26 April 2015
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Richard C
Hua Hin, Thailand13 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2014 • Family
I went with a family who only live 13km from here but had never been. We had a mix of the very young (18 months), teenagers, parents and even a couple of monks from our local temple. All enjoyed the experience. They had a talk from the resident 'head' monk who gave an amusing talk about it's history. Although I couldn't understand it the audience was laughing throughout. The main Temple has 8 floors with a small museum on the 2nd and some great views from the top (stairs only I'm afraid). There was also works going on improving and expanding the site. Ok, it's not Disneyworld but worth a visit to see a 'Temple with a difference'
Written 6 October 2014
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Chris Backe @ WorthyGo
Bangkok, Thailand176 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2014 • Couples
A couple of huge buffalo pulling an equally huge cart. That's the main attraction here. I'm happy to report it's open and free - it's close to Sisaket, but if you've come this far, you'll probably feel a little disappointed.
Written 3 August 2014
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Brian
Sisaket, Thailand165 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
I've lived in Sisaket for 5 years and only visited this Wat for the first time today. It was very interesting and very enjoyable. Only 8 km NW of Sisaket town. I would highly recommend anyone living in or visiting Sisaket take a few hours and have a look.
Written 9 July 2014
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