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Phra That Nong Sam Muen
Chaiyaphum, Phu Khiao

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Ban Kaeng Phu Khiao Chaiyaphum 36110

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Weather

Date
Detail
High / Low
Wed Jul 18
Overcast
31°/24°
Thu Jul 19
Partly cloudy
27°/25°
Fri Jul 20
Cloudy
30°/25°
Sat Jul 21
Overcast
33°/25°
Sun Jul 22
Cloudy
33°/26°
Mon Jul 23
Clear
35°/25°
Tue Jul 24
Clear
34°/25°
infomation by : Meteorological Department
Description
It is a twelve-rabbeted-angled brick pagoda with the square stone base 13.30 meters in width and 13.30 meters in length, the five-step staircase about 4.90 meters in width, and Lan Taksin surrounding the pagoda.
Feature
Phra That Nong Sam Muen is a twelve-rabbeted-angled pagoda located on the quadrangular base with the height of about 45 meters, consisting of the staircases on the four sides, the lotus-flower-shaped base supporting the relics above the quadrangular base, and the arches on the four sides. The Contemplating and Walking Buddha images are enshrined and relics of the Lord Buddha are collected inside. Its characteristics can be compared to those found in Vientiane and in Thailand such as Phra That Wat Thepphon, Wiang Khuk, Nong Khai, or Phra That Si Muang, Vientiane, etc.
History
Phra That Nong Sam Muen is one of the most beautiful and complete relics without evidence of when it was created. However, based on the combination of Lanna, Lan Chang, and Ayutthaya architecture and art, it was assumed to be built in about the 21st - 22nd Buddhist century in the reign of King Chai Chetha of the Kingdom of Laos. In addition, the site of Phra That Nong Sam Muen was originally a large ancient city in the Dvaravati period, around the 12th-16th Buddhist centuries, according to the signs of the ditches, ridges, and mounds of ancient ruins, as well as a number of antiques such as sandstone boundary markers. It is assumed a large city appearing in the myth of Uruka, mentioning a city on the west side of Nong Han called Ayothaya or Kuruntha Nakon which was understood as the province of Nakhon Pathom due to the ambitious meaning. Presumably, it may be a city of Kuruntha Nakon under the Kingdom of Dvaravati (Ayodhya).

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Group of tourist

  • Family
  • Elders
  • Working Persons
  • Students / Youths / Teenagers
  • Religious Tourism
  • Arts & Culture / History

Opening hours

Sunday:
06:00 - 18:00
Monday:
06:00 - 18:00
Tuesday:
06:00 - 18:00
Wednesday:
06:00 - 18:00
Thursday:
06:00 - 18:00
Friday:
06:00 - 18:00
Saturday:
06:00 - 18:00
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Entrance fees

Entrance fees:
Non-fee

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Facilities

Facility Information

  • Toilet
  • Signage
  • Access Point

Public utilities

Waste Management System

  • Incinerator

Electrical system

  • Electricity

Water System

  • Plumbing

Security

  • CCTV Camera

Communication System

  • Telephone Signal

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