Thai-Chinese Cultural Centre - 4 Things to Know Before Visiting
About Thai-Chinese Cultural Centre
Thai-Chinese Cultural Centre is an institution to preserve the art, culture, lifestyle, and philosophical principles of the ancestors of today's Udon Thani Thai-Chinese community.
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Attractions Near Thai-Chinese Cultural Centre
Udon Thani city pillar shrine
2.63km from Thai-Chinese Cultural Centre
It is believed that the City Pillar is the home to the guardian soul of the city, known as "Chao Pho Lak Mueang". Udon Thani city pillar shrine is Located in middle of the Mueang Udon Thani city.
Udon Thani Museum
3.07km from Thai-Chinese Cultural Centre
Udon Thani Museum is an important historical attraction of Udon Thani since it gathers the history of Udon Thani inside. The museum exhibiting the cultural heritage, history, archeology, art, and tradition, including lifestyle of Udon Thani people from the past to the present.
Nong Prajak Park
3.58km from Thai-Chinese Cultural Centre
Nong Prachak public park is a vibrant and peaceful destination popular with tourists and locals.
Wat Pa Ban Tat
11.76km from Thai-Chinese Cultural Centre
Wat Pa Ban Tat is located at Ban Tat, Tambon Ban Tat, was first founded in 1955 and established as a Buddhist temple on 17 September, 1970. It used to be a residence of Luangta Maha Bua Yanasampanno, an insight development monk master.
54.35km from Thai-Chinese Cultural Centre
Sala Keoku is a park featuring giant fantastic concrete sculptures inspired by Buddhism and Hinduism. It is located near Nong Khai, Thailand in the immediate proximity of the Thai-Lao border and the Mekong river. The park has been built by and reflects the vision of Luang Pu Bunleua Sulilat and his followers. The construction started in 1978. It shares the style of Sulilat's earlier creation, Buddha Park on the Lao side of Mekong, but is marked by even more extravagant fantasy and greater propor
Buddha Park of Vientiane
56.71km from Thai-Chinese Cultural Centre
Buddha Park, also known as Xieng Khuan, is a sculpture park located 25 km southeast from Vientiane, Laos in a meadow by the Mekong River. Although it is not a temple, the park may be referred to as Wat Xieng Khuan, since it contains numerous religious images. The name Xieng Khuan means Spirit City. The park contains over 200 Hindu and Buddhist statues. The socialist government operates Buddha Park as a tourist attraction and a public park.
Discover More Attractions in Udon Thani, Home of Thai-Chinese Cultural Centre
Udon Thani Province is a province located in upper northeastern Thailand. The province has been named as the locale of a US CIA "black site" used to interrogate suspected terrorists by the United States in the Vietnam war period.