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Vietnamese Memorial Clock Tower

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Vietnamese Memorial Clock Tower

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Nakhon Phanom 48000 Thailand
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Join Full day Ayutthaya Temples Tour By Road From Bangkok
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Join Full day Ayutthaya Temples Tour By Road From Bangkok

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Get a comprehensive tour of Ayutthaya, the UNESCO World Heritage. In 1767, Burma invaded Ayutthaya by totally destroying it, the ruins of the historic city of Ayutthaya and "associated historic towns" in the Ayutthaya historical park have been listed by the UNESCO as World Heritage Sites. Learn about Ayutthaya with the visit to ancient palaces, monument and ruins such as Wat Phu Khao Thong, Wat Lokayasutharam, Wat Phra Sri Sanphet, Viharn Mongkolbopit, and Wat Mahathat. Ayutthaya has an extensive history follow by guided commentary during your visit.<br><br>-Round trip transportation from Bangkok in air conditioned conveyance.<br><br>-Entrance fees to all elegant temples.<br><br>-Lunch included at local restaurant in Ayutthaya.<br><br>-Pick up and drop off from Central Bangkok.<br><br>-English-speaking Tour guide.<br><br>-Breathtaking ruins and undiminished temples.
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Radar47 wrote a review Oct 2020
Yasothon Province, Thailand195 contributions56 helpful votes
Whilst walking the street shops one block back from the Mekong it is worth historical reflection. It is floodlit at night.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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John S wrote a review Jan 2019
6 contributions1 helpful vote
Nakhon Phanom is the Thailand that used to be elsewhere. Ethnic Lao & Vietnamese along with Pu Thai and various other tribal people. Come to where there is no MacDonalds, no KFC and no man-buners. Sit on the mighty Mekong and delve into the thousands of years of history laid bare before your eyes. There are not many places left in the world like Nakhon Phanom, but to find a few more hop across the river on the Friendship Bridge 3 and venture out on Route 12 or simply stay in Thakhek, either way your heads and shoulders above those stuck in Chiang Mai or Bangkok. Life is when you live it.
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Date of experience: February 2018
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SamThep wrote a review Dec 2018
Bangkok, Thailand821 contributions49 helpful votes
This is the clock that the Vietnamese built to be a gesture of thank you for the Thais who allowed them to take refuge here in Nakhon Phanom during the Vietnam war.
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Date of experience: December 2018
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tes108 wrote a review Sep 2018
Newcastle, Australia558 contributions138 helpful votes
I think this poor tower knows it has had its time in the spotlight and it is stuck at 7 o'clock. Area around is bustling and happy and someone should cheer up this poor clock tower by giving it a good review.
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Date of experience: September 2018
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Pantidat wrote a review Jun 2018
Bangkok, Thailand63 contributions19 helpful votes
Love seeing the bustling of Nakhon Phanom locals. The market is suitable for food lover and fashionista. It does carry a few pub and restaurant for night owls. It is quite a scene to spend time along Mekong River.
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Date of experience: May 2018
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