Top 2 attractions you must visit in Si Sa Ket
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About Si Sa Ket
Si Sa Ket province is located in the lower northeastern portion of Thailand. As Si Sa Ket borders Cambodia, there are several Khmer ruins throughout the region, and the history of the provincial capital is believed to date back to the Angkorian era.
Attractions in Si Sa Ket
Khao Phra Viharn national park covers the area up to the boundary between Thailand and Cambodia, containing high cliffs and lush forests of the Dongrek Mountain Range. Over 130 square kilometers of forested area in Si SaKet, and Ubon Ratchathani provinces are contained within the park. It is the Kingdom's 83rd National Park, established on March 20, 1998. The park features a variety of tropical forests and is home to numerous wildlife.
Wat Pa Maha Chedi Kaew, also known as the Temple of a Million Bottles, is a Buddhist temple in Khun Han district of Sisaket province, Thailand. The temple is made of over 1.5 million empty Heineken bottles and Chang beer bottles. The collection of the bottles began in 1984; it took two years to build the main temple. Thereafter, the monks continued to expand the site, and by 2009 some 20 buildings had been similarly constructed.