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Hat Chom Mani is a sandy beach along the Mekong River that only occurs during the dry season, with a length of about 200 meters. It is especially evident in April. There will be a large number of tourists in the province and nearby provinces, until it is nicknamed "Isaan Pattaya". On the sandy beach, you can still see the Thai-Lao Friendship Bridge as well.
Hat Chom Mani is a sandy beach...
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Location Soi 1-2, Ban Chom Manee, Mi Chai Subdistrict It is a bridge across the Mekong River to Tha Na laeng. Vientiane Province of Laos This bridge was built with the cooperation of 3 countries, namely Australia, Laos and Thailand. It can be regarded as a bridge to build Thai-Lao relations. And it is a linkage of economy, society and culture and is also a view point of the Mekong River. It i... read more
Prap Ho Monument is in front of the provincial hall. It honours soldiers who died suppressing the Ho rebellion in 1886.... read more
Tha Sadet Market, Tha Ruea Market or Indochina Market, the name used to refer to a large market along the Mekong River in Nong Khai Municipality. This market is the center of products from various countries in the Indochina region, such as Laos, Vietnam, Thailand. There are many types of products. Selling at Tha Sadet Market, such as appliances, electrical appliances, toys, hand-woven fabrics, fre... read more
Wat Pho Chai, formerly known as Wat Phi Piew This temple was used as a crematorium for ghosts or cremation, and there were fierce ghosts later changed its name. is Wat Pho Chai in the Rattanakosin period At present, it is the place where Luang Pho Phra Sai is enshrined. which is a Buddha image sitting flat in the subduing Mara posture, Chiang Saen period, the back tier is made of  gold (Gold ... read more
Phrathat La Nong or Phrathat Klang Nam is an ancient stupa that was eroded and tum-bled into the Mekong River in 1847, approxi-mately 200 metres from the bank in Tambon Hat Kham. According to the Urangkhathat (Phrathat Phanom) Legend,the stupa enshrined 9 foot bone relics. An underwater survey by the Regional Fine Arts Unit revealed that the square stupa with indented corners measur... read more
SalaKaeoKu, also known as Wat Khaek, is a large stucco sculpture garden. There are dozens of acres. In charge of the Buddhamamaka Association of Nong Khai Province Created from the inspiration of Father Pu Boonlue Sureerat Year 1978 According to the belief that the doctrine of every Religions can mix and match.
At present, it is a magnificent tourist attraction filled with the architecture of many...
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Nong Khai Aquarium It is an aquarium. Exhibiting various fish species Both freshwater and saltwater fish Approved to proceed according to Cabinet Resolution No. 44/2003 dated 17 November 2003.in response to the goal of being an education center fishery research Collection of fish species in the Mekong Basin as well as an exhibition of aquatic animals in the dimension of inte...
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PhraThat Bang Phuan is an old pagoda. It has been worshiped by the people of NongKhai for a long time. The PhraThat originally was a chedi built of burnt bricks. The pagoda style is an Indian-style stupa, the same model as Phra Pathom Chedi. The current pagoda was renovated by the Fine Arts Department during 1976-1978 after the original one collapsed in June 1970 due to the collapse of the base. T... read more

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