Prang Ku

Poorly preserved

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What we say: 2.5 stars

Further along Bannakan Road past the entrance to Siam River Resort, this Khmer prang is really as equally disappointing as a sight as the Jao Pho Phraya Lae monument.

Poorly preserved and not much to look at at all, in its heyday it was a temple on the route that connected Angkor Wat with the (far more impressive and better restored) Prasat Muang Singh just outside of Kanchanaburi. Today, if nothing else it serves as a reminder of just how small Chaiyaphum proper really is – particularly at night, by the time you've walked just a short way east to this site, you feel like you're well out of the city and into Isaan village life.

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Bannakan Road
Last updated: 27th May, 2011

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