Phu Thap Buek
Phu Thap Buek, Kok Sathon, Dan Sai District, Loei 42120, Thailand
About Phu Thap Buek
The highest mountain in the Loei province and is famous for its stunning views and is one of the great trekking destinations in Thailand.
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