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Visited on the way to Phi Mai. The site consisted to several excavation pits and a small museum. The infirmary was in thai and English. There were no entry fees but donations are welcome. The pits consist remains found at carious depths reflecting the settlement...More
It was very cool looking at the archaeological site. They even have information written in English. The people who live in the area are also very friendly and even showed us about how they dry out the rice after they have harvested it.
I think it's really worth the visit, in part because the local villagers have recognized the advantages of opening up their village to outsiders in a way that is very different from the usual tourist, souvenir-selling sites. They have opened up their homes as home-stays,...More
This is a fascinating site. You need to know what you're seeing, not just walk around and read the signs.On weekends, there are school children doing fund raising for their school who will act as guides, but they do not necessarily speak anything but Thai....More
Ban Prasat is not the easiest place to get to. We ground out the 32k round trip from Phi Mai on bicycle, but naturally less masochistic travelers can hop off the Khorat-Phimai bus and walk in or go by motorbike. The site is compact and...More
While visiting some Thai friends in Nakhon Ratchasima Province, they wanted to take me out of their village and get a chance to look at ancient Thai history. They were very proud that in the village of Than Prasat, in the Non Sung District (see...More