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This is one of the most famous historic monuments in Korat. The area is located in the city centre and it is very clean and well maintained.
We came in the late afternoon, so it was not crowded. I felt safe here and was able...More
Its quite a bit a struggling way to get there, but its worth it once you are in Nakhon Ratchasima (Korat). The monument is a must-see. It's always very busy all around - if you come by car do not expect an easy parking -...More
Very respectable Monument in honor of a woman who fought against Burmese invaders. Locals visit often to pray and pay homage to her heroics. Not much of a Western Tourist attraction, except to take a few photos of it! I was there, saw it and...More
The monjument to Thao Suranaree sits in the center of a rectangular moat that I think may be once been part of the city's defences. Behind it are the remnants of the old city wall and the Chumpong Gate, and on top is a guardhouse,...More
There is nothing to see here except a statue of Ya Mo (famous in Thai history for tricking Lao (not Burmese) invaders who had captured Nakhon Ratchisima in 1826, and buying time for the Thai army to launch a counter attack and drive the Lao...More
This place is like most places in Thailand.
Boring to death, no facilities, dangerous and lots of Thais waiting for gullible foreigners who are willing to pay an exurbirant sum of $$$ for a portret of a China made piece of plastic.
I live in...More