The City of the Revered Phrathat Phanom, Cultural Diversity, Beautiful Phu Thai Ladies, Brilliant Illuminated Boat Procession, and Picturesque Mekong River.
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PHRA THAT PHANOM
The most important Buddhist site in the province, Phra That Phanom features a 53-meter-tall, square-shaped pagoda, which is a Laotian-influenced shape of numerous pagodas found around the area. It is believed that Phra That Phanom was originally built before the 12th Buddhist century, but it entirely collapsed on August 11, 1975 after several days of rainstorm. The current pagoda was later build according to the former design by local donations. Shine underneath the sun atop the pagoda is a 110-kilogram solid gold spire.
PHU LANGKA NATIONAL PARK
This park features two beautiful waterfalls: Nam Tok Tat Kam and Nam Tok Tat Po, both of which can be seen from the highway paralleling the Mekong River. A trail to the waterfall, which takes a little over an hour, allows visitors to enjoy stunning views of both falls.
SI KHOTRABUN GOLDEN BEACH
It is one of the most beautiful river beaches in northeastern Thailand. The beach can only be seen during dry season, from February to May, when the sand extends to the middle of the Mekong River.
WAT PHO SI
Wat Pho Si is one of the important temples in Nakhon Phanom located near the Khong River. The temple is where Phra Thong, a bronze Buddha image in the gesture of subduing Mara built in the Lan Chang-style, is located. It is popular among tourists who visit Nakhon Phanom.