Top 4 attractions to explore in Loei
Loei province is a less populated province in Thailand and the majority of its area composed of mountains. Phu Thap Buek, the highest mountain, and The Phu Luang Wildlife Sanctuary are the main attractions of this province.
Phra That Si Song Rak temple was built on a hill beside the Man River in 1560, on the border of the kingdoms of Ayutthaya and Lang Xang. The temple is a symbol the resolve of the kings of these two kingdoms not to invade each other's territory, and to join forces against Burmese invaders. The temple style is similar to temples in Laos, with a 30-metre chedi.
Phu Kradueng National Park is one of the most popular national parks in Thailand by local tourists. Due to it's remote location it is less known by foreign tourists. Situated in Phu Kradueng District of Loei Province in central north Thailand, It is popular for it's many longer trails, the cold winter season, number of waterfalls and viewpoints. Unlike most other major national parks in the country, Phu Kradueng National Park is accessible by public transportation from all nearby provinces and
Phu Ruea National Park is a national park in Loei Province, Thailand. The park is centered on Phu Ruea mountain, a popular, scenic peak in the Phetchabun Mountains. he park's main attraction is the peak of Phu Ruea mountain offering views of the Mekong and Huang rivers and into Laos. The park has numerous waterfalls, the highest of which is the Huai Phai waterfall at 30 metres tall. Pha Sam Thong is a large cliff.
Map of attractions in Loei