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Worthy of visiting

I took sonteo taxi, 10 bahts, at the old bus station in Korat to the nearest village. It took about... read more

Reviewed 28 December 2015
963hiros
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Yokohama, Japan
ancient but not forgotten

not too many tourist come to this place. So, it's more relaxing and comfortable to walk and take... read more

Reviewed 17 December 2015
ida_srini
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Bekasi
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14 Apr 2018
“Worth”
5 Jan 2017
“No bad”
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Ban Makha Village, Korat-Khon Kaen Road | Ban Pho, Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand
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Reviewed 15 April 2018

Awesome place. Just stumbled upon it on the way to a friends place. My friend was super excited. Kop khun.

Thank Sakda S
Reviewed 5 January 2017 via mobile

There is small ancient complex. No information at English, only Thai. Silent place not far from main road. Good to visit if you drive near, but not good enough for special visit.

Thank Samy U
Reviewed 28 December 2015

I took sonteo taxi, 10 bahts, at the old bus station in Korat to the nearest village. It took about 30 min. Then I took motorcycle to the Phanom Wan. It is not big, so one hour is enought to see all.

Thank 963hiros
Reviewed 17 December 2015

not too many tourist come to this place. So, it's more relaxing and comfortable to walk and take pictures here. I met many children here, they played n laughed together. beautiful, good place for meditation.

1  Thank ida_srini
Reviewed 3 September 2015

One of the lesser known temples, so you will probably be alone there. As most temples in Thailand, very well conserved. Nicely located in the middle of nature.

Thank pierremichelshanghai
Reviewed 2 May 2015 via mobile

Five points for the unspoiled and little visited Khmer Temple Ruins. A site still largely unspoiled where you get away from the hustle of tourism. Go there before it is getting discovered.

Thank CafeCapuKorat
Reviewed 28 April 2015

Compared with nearby Phimai, Phanom Wan has an un-interfered beauty of a Khmer stone complex, so I've got the impression from visiting there on yesterday (Monday) afternoon. It was very quiet, with me and other 2 local visitors only paying a tribute to the peaceful...More

Thank Minako I
Reviewed 18 January 2015

Far away from Siem Reap in Cambodia exist some areas where the Khmer used as stations for their rule centuries ago. Now, they are just piled bricks with the remains of some carvings, writings and etchings on the walls. It's still a must-see around Nakhon...More

1  Thank Cherrymar P
Reviewed 31 December 2014

When in Khorat or Buriram you should visit these temples. It is so nice there. Not to much tourists. Can spend a good couple of hours here. Very well preserved.

Thank Guy1307
Reviewed 27 July 2014

If you have transport and a couple of hours to spare, this is a really worthwhile place to see. I went early morning and had the place to myself except for a few stray dogs. There are no tickets or attendants but there is a...More

Thank GF158
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