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Well worth visiting

Its an easy place to visit and not very crowded at all. The site is well maintained and a very nice... read more

Reviewed 17 February 2018
Khutan
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Bangkok, Thailand
Gorgeous Khmer ruins

This small site was really spectacular. There were only a couple of other people here when I was... read more

Reviewed 6 January 2016
jbg74
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Saint Paul, Minnesota
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16 Feb 2018
“Well worth visiting”
26 Nov 2017
“Small but Elegant”
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Ban Pluang, Ban Pluang sub-district, Prasat, Thailand
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Reviewed 17 February 2018

Its an easy place to visit and not very crowded at all. The site is well maintained and a very nice view of the Khmer architecture. For the more adventurous there are larger Khmer ruins about 20 KM away. I regularly take friends visiting the...More

Thank Khutan
Reviewed 27 November 2017

Pradsit Ban Pluang is a 10-11th Century Khmer shrine built in the Bapuan architectural style,and dedicated to the Hindu god Indra. It is a small but elegant shrine, situated in a small grass park about 45 km south of Surin City. It was extensively renovated...More

Thank David B
Reviewed 6 January 2016

This small site was really spectacular. There were only a couple of other people here when I was so it was very peaceful and quiet. The carvings were incredible. If you plan on seeing Ayutthaya then you need to also go out to the Surin...More

Thank jbg74
Reviewed 26 February 2014

Prasat Ban Pluang is only a small site but beautifully restored and still worth a visit.  It is easily combined with a trip to Chong Chom Border markets.  The ruins are a 11th -12th century Khmer sanctuary and surrounded by a U shaped pond with...More

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