Si Sa Ket
About Si Sa Ket

The land of Khmer ruins, good onion and garlic, Somdet Park, Dong Lamduan, various traditions, and utmost harmony.

How to go
Buses depart from Bangkok's Northern Bus Terminal (Mo Chit 2) to Si Sa Ket every day. Contact Transport Co.Ltd at Tel: 0 2936 2852-66 or visit www.transport.co.th for more information
Ordinary, rapid, and express trains regularly leave Bangkok’s Hua Lumphong and Bang Sue Stations for Si Sa Ket. The route is 515 kilometers. For more information, call the State Railway of Thailand at 1690, 0-2220-4334, 02220-4444, the Si Sa Ket Railway Station at 0-4561-1525, or visit www.railway.co.th
Visitors can fly from Bangkok to Ubon Ratchathani and continue by bus to Si Sa Ket. Call Thai Airways at Tel: 1566, 0 2628 2000 or visit Thai AirAsia at www.airasia.com for more information.

Wat Pa Maha Jedi Kaeo (Wat Larn Kuad)

Located in the municipality region, the Buddhist temple is remarkable with architectures made from million of colourful glass bottles donated by the people. All the architecture is beautiful, particularly the pavilion called ‘Sala Thansamo Maha Chedi Kaeo’ Ubosoth located mid of the pond. The ubosoth houses a very beautiful white jade Buddha image. How to get there: From Si Sa Ket City to Amphoe Khun Han, use highway 211 and 2111, en route Amphoe Phayu and Phrai Bueng. This route is 61 kilometres long.

Wat Pa Maha Jedi Kaeo (Wat Larn Kuad)

Khao Phra Viharn National Park

The park’s territory lines Thailand-Cambodia border, over high cliff and lush forest of Dongrek Range. Khao Phra Wihan National Park acquires 130 square kilometres area of Amphoe Kantharalak of Si Sa Ket, Sub Amhoe Nam Khun and Amphoe Nam Yuen of Ubon Ratchathani. The country’s 83rd National Park was established on March 20, 1998.

Khao Phra Viharn National Park