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Ubon Ratchathani Attractions

Historical Sites
Prasat Ban Ben
Location : Thung Si Udom District
Prasat Ban Ben is an ancient Khmer sanctuary comprises three stupas made from bricks on a laterite. In 1990, the Fine Arts Department restored the site and found the intil patterned with 9 devas for each direction and Indra on Erawan. According to the architectural plan and sculptures on the lintel, the prasat is presumably believed to be built from the end of 15th to the beginning of the 16th Buddhist century.

How to get there: Prasat Ban Ben is located at Ban Nong Om, Nong Om Sub-district. It is located 63 kilometers from Ubon Ratchathani town centre. Take Highway No.2192 until the Highway 2214 turn right onto that highway which is before the centre of Si Udom District.
Opening Hours : Daily from 08:00 am. - 04:30 pm.
Admission : Free of charge
Museums
Ban Kan Lueang Archaeological Site
Location : Mueang District
Ban Kan Lueang Archaeological Site
Ban Kan Lueang Archaeological Site
According to the excavations such as rice husks, this ancient community knew how to cultivate rice. Moreover, ore cinders and iron tools imply that the community knew how to use iron in their life. With the evidence, the community is an ancient community in the Bronze Age which connected with those communities in the beginning of History Period.

Ban Kan Lueang Archaeological Site is an archaeological site first excavated in 1992 by the 6th Fine Arts Department of Pimai district, Nakornrachasrima and completed in August 1992. The Department ameliorated the landscape and organized it as a museum for those interested and general public.

It is no less than 2,000 years old or around 2,500-2,800 years old. The Fine Arts Department excavated ancient objects such as beads, terracotta, small bronze bells, iron axes and rice husks but found no human skeletons.

How to get there: Ban Kan Lueang Archaeological Site is located in Wat Baan Kan Lueang. Take Highway 212 from the town for 3 kilometers before turn right to Highway 2050, keep going for another 2 kilometers.
Opening Hours : Daily from 08:00 am. - 04.30 pm.
Admission : Free of charge
Ubon Ratchathani National Museum
Location : Mueang District
Ubon Ratchathani National Museum
Ubon Ratchathani National Museum
Ubon Ratchathani National Museum was Ubon Ratchathani’s city hall constructed in 1918 and change to museum in 1983. The architecture is Colonial, with Neo-Palladian influences. It is one-storey, hipped roof with cement roof tiles, facing north which is the direction towards Thung Si Mueang. The front porch is emphasized by a fractable installed with a plaque of Ubon Ratchathani Provicial Hall, and a Garuda at the top. The museum features local exhibitions; namely, geography, history of the city’s establishment, archaeological finds, art objects, local handicrafts, folk games and belongings of former rulers.

How to get there: The National Museum is located just south of the City Pillar shrine and Thung Sri Mueang Park off Khuan Thani Rd. If the gate on Khuan Thani across from Wat Si Ubon Rattanaram is locked, take a few steps north and hang a right towards the City Pillar shrine, and you’ll see the museum’s main (but rather hidden) entrance on the right.
Opening Hours : Wed - Sun from 09:00 am. - 04:00 pm.
Admission : 20 Baht
Contact : Tel. 0 4525 1015, 0 4525 5071
Baan Kampoon
Location : Warin Chamrap District
Baan Kampoon is famous in the manufacturer and a learning center for weaving Thai silk and fabrics for a long time. Visitors will have an opportunity to witness the splendid architecture, priceless ancient fabrics, procedures of producing unique local fabrics and many other works of arts by educator are Kampoon Srisai, awarded Outstanding Cultural Award for Visual Arts and Textile and her son, Meechai Taesujariya, awarded Outstanding Artist in Ubon Ratchathani in 2001, who discovered and designed the Kabbua pattern which is the unique pattern in Ubon Ratchathani. Moreover, the house is resided by this family so it gives a lived-in feeling.
Opening Hours : Only open to public once a year
Admission : 100 Baht
Contact : Tel. 0 4525 4830
Public Park
Thung Sri Mueang
Location : Mueang District
Thung Sri Mueang
Thung Sri Mueang
Thung Sri Mueang known by locals as the “Lung of Ubon Ratchathani” this green breathing space provides a quiet haven for rest, sport and recreation to residents and visitors alike. Thung Sri Mueang is located at heart of the city which the landscape is unrivaled and the 4 doors on 4 sides are Ubon Dejpracharak, Ubon Sakprachaban, Ubon Karnprachanit and Ubon Kijjaprachakorn. This park there are interesting architecture follow are; The tremendous Phansa candle, The city pillar, Memorial Monument for the former ruler Suriyawong (Chao Kampong), The sculture of Somdejpramahateerawong (Tisso Uan), Monument of Merit and “Moving forward” sculpture which was built in project of sculpture in joint conjunction with the project of environment for the youth shows cooperation in 4 brotherly countries- Thailand, Laos, Cambodia, and Vietnam.
Natural Attractions
Hat Khu Duea
Location : Mueang District
Hat Khu Duea
Hat Khu Duea
Hat Khu Duea is a place where people in Ubon Rathchathani Province and tourists like to hang out because there are a lot of restaurants on the raft around Hat Khu Duea. It is a sand beach on the bank of the Mun River and the restaurants offer fresh food, tastes good, and has many dishes to choose, but also because the surrounding view is nice and pleasant, especially during the drying season, when the tide of the Mun River is on the ebb, revealing a long orange beach along the bank.

There are many famous dishes in Hat Khu Duea. The first recommended dish is Goong Ten (dancing shrimps). It is said among the tourists that those who visit this beach but do not order this dish have not actually arrive at Hat Khu Duea. Small and big fresh shrimps jump and dance as if they want to invite the tourists to try its delicious taste mixed with sharp flavoring. The next dish is grilled fish. Big snake-head fish are mixed with spices before being grilled until they are perfectly cooked. Those who taste the grilled fish will feel the nice smell of spices, together with the fish’s sweet taste. This dish is so nice to try. The other recommended dish is baked shrimp and vermicelli. Big fresh shrimps are hidden in sticky but soft vermicelli with the smell of galangal and lemongrass. It can be eaten with warm rice or with alcohol drinks.

Apart from eating, which is the main activity, there is a spot at Hat Khu Duea where the tourists can go swimming to lessen the heat. There is also renting service of watercycle provided: a watercycle for two people. The tourists can walk along the Mun River and enjoy the view on both sides.

How to get there: Hat Khu Duea is located in Jaeramair Sub-district, Mueang District, Ubon Ratchathani Province, which is around 12 kilometers from the city center. From the city center of Ubon Ratchathani Province, go along the highway number 231. When passing the bridge across the Mun River, the tourists have to turn left at the intersection to Hat Khu Duea for around 2 kilometers.
Hat Wat Tai
Location : Mueang District
Hat Wat Tai or Wat Tai Beach is a sandy islet in the middle of the Mun River, located in the town near The Provincial Electricity Authority of Ubon Ratchathani. One can see this island if he stands on Seriprachathippatai Bridge or Rattanakosin 200 Years Bridge, facing eastward. During the dry season or January - May, the islet is covered with shady green tree so it is the great time to travel and see the beautiful sunset scene of Mun River. It is used as a recreational area for the people especially in the evenings when people come for picnics and swimming.

How to get there: Hat Wat Tai is located in Nai Mueang Sub-district, Mueang District, the entrance is near the Provincial Electricity Authority Office.
Northeastern Botanical Garden (Dong Fa Huan)
Location : Mueang District
Northeastern Botanical Garden (Dong Fa Huan) was established in 1988. The garden's area is 3,400 rai, with 120 ha of natural vegetation of dry evergreen and scrub forest with emerging Yang Na trees (Dipterocarpus alatus). The altitude of the garden varies form 100 meters to 250 meters. The garden focuses on medicinal plants.
Thung Dok Kradum Ngern
Location : Warin Chamrap District
Let’s enjoy with flower fields “Thung Dok Kradum Ngern” offers the new experience with the amazing field of Pipewort flowers (Dok Kradum Ngern). Thung Dok Kradum Ngern or Thung Nong Ya Mah is a vast field of Pipewort flowers that stretches across tens of acres, considered an emerging destination of Ubon that is growing in popularity. Kradum Ngern is a white flower the size of the small finger similar silver button. The best time to visit is during October to January.
Kaeng Saphue
Kaeng Saphue
Kaeng Saphue
Location : Phibun Mangsahan District
Kaeng Saphue is the most beautiful cataract in Mun River near the Phibun Mangsahan District Office. Kaeng Saphue is similar with Sam Phan Bok which it is a large group rock hidden under Mun River and in dry season or during December to May, it will emerge from the water and become an amazing natural wonder in the middle of the Mun River.

How to get there: Kaeng Saphue is located about 45 kilometers from Ubon Ratchathani City center, on the left-hand side of Highway No.217.
Kaeng Manora
Location : Khong Chiam District
Kaeng Manora is a medium size brook with 8 - 10 meters wide, 2 - 4 meters deep, there are has many islets when water flow will be occurs small waterfall. Tourist can enjoy with beautiful view and also rafting in during July - October.

How to get there: Kaeng Manora is located about 37 kilometers from headquarter of Pha Taem National Park.
Administered by : Pha Taem National Park
Maenam Song Si
Maenam Song Si
Maenam Song Si
Location : Khong Chiam District
Maenam Song Si or the Bi-colored River occurs from two rivers follow are the brown Mekong River and the blue Mun River are joined. Visitors can hire a boat from Khong Chiam district to see the alluvium.

How to get there: Maenam Song Si is located in Khong Chiam District, about 84 kilometers from Ubon Ratchathai City centre.
Pha Chanadai
Location : Khong Chiam District
Pha Chanadai is the best place to watch the sunrise and it known well as name the ‘Grand Canyon’ of Thailand. A lot of tourists visit Pha Chanadai for wait to see the morning views of the first golden sunbeams shining through the horizon line are definitely an impressive and unforgettable scene to witness. Dawn at Pha Chanadai in Ubon Ratchathani, a wonderful sight.

Pha Chanadai is the cliff height 440 meters above sea level by locate inside Dong Na Tam forest in Pha Taem National Park. On the way, you can appreciate the beauty of nature, fertile woods, streams, exotic wild flowers, waterfalls, as well as magnificent scenic points. Like typical cliffs, there are also towering rocks.

Tourists can overlook spectacular views of Mae Khong on the Thailand-Laos border river, and a peculiar mountain range called Dan Laos. Especially in winter, you can enjoy an amazing sight when thick fog covers Mae Khong.
Administered by : Pha Taem National Park
Pha Jek - Pha Moei
Location : Khong Chiam District
Pha Jek - Pha Moei is the cliff houses prehistoric paintings like a Pha Taem but in a lesser number and different way of painting. Please contact authority before travel in Pha Jek – Pha Moei.
Administered by : Pha Taem National Park
Pak Mun Dam
Location : Khong Chiam District
Pak Mun Dam is constructed from stone reinforced with clay soil across the Mun River at Ban Huawhe in Khong Chiam District. With a width of 17 meters and a length of 300 meters, the dam facilitates agriculture and generates electricity. It is located approximately 75 kilometers from town, or about 6 kilometers far from the area where the Mekong River meets the Mun River. It is possible to travel along the top of the dam wall as a short cut from Khong Chiam District to Sirinthon District without driving back to Phibun Mangsahan District. In addition, cruising along the beautiful Mun River is possible from the end of the dam to the so-called bicoloured river, where the Mun River joins with the Mekong River.
Phu Pha Kham
Location : Khong Chiam District
At the flattop mountain of Phu Pha Kham has prehistoric paintings and offers the great panorama view of Khong River.
Administered by : Pha Taem National Park
Pha Taem
Pha Taem
Pha Taem
Location : Khong Chiam District
Pha Taem is important place by surface of the cliffs are filled with numerous prehistoric cave paintings dated back 3,000-4,000 years ago. The ancient paintings which line 180 meters and over 300 paintings display to explore the traditional way of life of people who once lived here during the prehistoric days. Pha Taem, the word “Taem” is the original word in the local dialect means a draw, paint, or stamp by using color to appear as images, marks or symbols. On the other side of the Mekong River is the picturesque view of Laos. Visitors can enjoy an earlier sunrise view in Thailand just as at Ban Woen Duek, close to the two-coloured river.
Administered by : Pha Taem National Park
Sao Chaliang
Location : Khong Chiam District
Sao Chaliang
Sao Chaliang
Sao Chaliang is natural wonder place occurred from carved by wind and water for millions of years which scattered by a natural mushroom-shaped stones that slabs with a large amount of shells embedded in their surfaces. Geologists assumed that over million years ago this area was once a sea.

How to get there: Located 11 kilometers away from Khong Chaim District on Highway 2112
Opening Hours : Daily from 08:30 am. - 04.30 pm.
Contact : Tel. 0 4531 8026, 0 4524 6332-3
Administered by : Pha Taem National Park
Wichittra Beach
Location : Khong Chiam District
Wichittra Beach is a long beach with beautiful view of Khong River. It is wonderful beach for watching sunset and sunrise and also learning more about local life, especially fishing. Tourist can visit Wichittra beach in winter and summer season only.

How to get there: Wichittra Beach is situated about 4 kilometers from headquarter of Pha Taem National Park.
Don Tana
Location : Sirindhorn District
Don Tana
Don Tana
Don Tana is the islet in the middle of Mun River and splits the Mun River into two branches. Generally viewed covering the whole area is dry evergreen forest. There are big trees providing shade, and growing naturally among them are some teak trees. Now, visitor can reach Don Tana by walking across a suspension bridge. This islet has a square building constructed in colonial era to Navigate ships through underwater channels.
Administered by : Kaeng Tana National Park
Kaeng Khan Heo
Location : Sirindhorn District
Kaeng Khan Heo is the rapids which is approximately 1 kilometer long and 300 meters wide. There are many large and small stones scattered sink holes and jagged rocks prevail. The large amount of water in December running fiercely against the rocks creates a picturesque scene.
Administered by : Kaeng Tana National Park
Kaeng Tana
Location : Sirindhorn District
Kaeng Tana
Kaeng Tana
Kaeng Tana is the biggest cataract in the middle of Mun River and there is a viewpoint that tourists can see large rocks. These rocks are height around 1 meter and scoured by rapid and deep water. Cause them to have many holes and caves which are homes of fishes and other lifes in rivers.
Administered by : Kaeng Tana National Park
Lan Pha Phueng Viewpoint
Location : Sirindhorn District
Lan Pha Phueng Viewpoint is a great place to see sunrise and relaxing with beautiful landscape of Laos. Lan Pha Phueng is a steep sandstone cliff located about 1.5 kilometers from the park’s headquaters, the best time to visit is during October - December.
Administered by : Kaeng Tana National Park
Pattaya Noi
Location : Sirindhorn District
Pattaya Noi is a small beach located on the side of a Sirindhorn Dam, this is a great beach spot to swimming, Jet Ski rides, banana boat rides and a lots of floating restaurants.

How to get there: Take Highway 2173 south out of Khong Chiam and go right onto Highway 217, following signs for Phibun Mangsahan. After a few km, look for signs in Thai script with pictures of floating thatch roof huts on the left.
Sirindhorn Dam
Location : Sirindhorn District
Sirindhorn Dam
Sirindhorn Dam
Sirindhorn Dam is important multi-purpose dam it is a stone dam filled with clay constructed to divide the Dom Noi River, which is a branch of the Mun River, at Kaeng Chae Noi in Chong Mek Sub-district, Sirindhorn District, Ubon Ratchathani Province. The main activity is the view of the dam above its ridge and enjoy with Sirindhorn Garden which is situated on the left side of the dam ridge, the garden is surrounding with large and small plants and is a suitable place for relaxation. Moreover there are the sculptures of 3 elephants, playing the Thai xylophone, fiddle, and flute. Other services which Sirindhorn Dam provides for the tourists are restaurants, accommodation guaranteed by the Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand, and golf court for those who are interested in playing sports.

How to get there: From the Ubon Ratchathani city, take the highway number 24 to Warin Chamrap District. After that, take the highway number 217 to Sirindhorn District. The entrance of Sirindhorn Dam is on the left side of the highway number 217. It is not far from the city center of Sirindhorn District.
Pha Luang Waterfall Forest Park
Location : Si Mueang Mai District
The highlight of Pha Luang Waterfall Forest Park is the beautiful of wildflowers in abundance on rocky grounds. Most of wildflowers are in carnivorous plant group such as red daffodils, Ubon glazed yellow flowers and flowers from the Queen Sirikit, including Dustin, Suwannananee, Devadattana, Ganesan, Chandra, etc. The best time to see flowers during October to January.

How to get there: Pha Luang Waterfall Forest Park is located in Ban Na Lern, Na Lern sub-district. From Si Mueang Mai district take highway 2135 about 6 kilometers to Ban Fah Huan and then turn left to highway 2091 about 11 kilometers to Ban Na Lern and then turn right about 1.5 kilometers.
Phu Hin Dang
Location : Buntharik District
Phu Hin Dang is a great viewpoint to see sunrise with beautiful of fog and panorama view of Khong River, forest scenery of Laos and Cambodia. Phu Hin Dang is the high cliff sandstone there is brightly coloured which geologists explain that this is due to dry weather millions of years ago catalyzing mineral residues in the seawater. The best time to visit is winter season.

How to get there: Phu Hin Dang is located about 51 kilometers from Phu Chong Na Yoi National Park’s headquarters to reach via Highway 2248, 15 kilometers from Na Chaluai district. Turn left at Ban Huai Kha into highway 2254 through Ban Nong Mek to Sae Lamduan. The viewpoint is another 2 kilometers away on foot.
Administered by : Phu Chong - Na Yoi National Park
Hat Chom Dao
Location : Na Tan District
Hat Chom Dao is a beautiful nature sites with the charming scenery revealing Mekong River landscape. Hat Chom Dao is similar to “Sam Phan Bok” but the difference is this place has a clean white sandbank which is excellent for stargazing in dark nights. The best time to visit during December to April.

How to get there: Hat Chom Dao is located about 20 kilometers before Sam Phan Bok and 140 kilometers from Ubon Ratchathani city.
Hat Hong
Location : Pho Sai District
Hat Hong is a big sand dune located near Sam Pan Bok. The most suitable time to travel to Had Hong is before the sun sets. The yellow orange light that reflects on the white sand is very beautiful to see. The best time to visit during December to April.

How to get there: Hat Hong is located in Pho Sai District about 120 kilometers from Ubon Ratchathani city. Visitor need to take a boat from Hat Salueng or Sam Pan Bok to get there.
Hat Salueng
Location : Pho Sai District
Hat Salueng or Salueng Beach is a beautiful beach along the bank of the Khong River. When the drying season or during January to May, the tide of Khong River is on the ebb and then the hidden beautiful white sand beach will appear. The recommended activity is walking on soft sands, together with enjoying the view in Laos’ border. At Hat Salueng, there are a lot of facilities provided for the tourists, including accommodation, restaurant, shop, souvenir shop, rented boat for tour guiding, as well as local tour guide. As a result, Hat Salueng is such a suitable place as a starting point of water tourism.

How to get there: Hat Salueng is located in Ban Song Khon, Song Khon Sub-district, Pho Sai District, Ubon Ratchathani Province. It is approximately 115 kilometers from the city center of the province along the highway number 2050 (Ubon Ratchathani- Trakan Phuet Phon- Pho Sai).
Sam Phan Bok
Location : Pho Sai District
Sam Phan Bok
Sam Phan Bok
Sam Phan Bok (3,000 hole canyon) has one of the largest rock reefs in Thailand. Sam Phan Bok is a large group rock hidden under Mekong River and in dry season or during December to May, Sam Phan Bok will emerge from the water and become an amazing natural wonder in the middle of the Khong River. Sam Phan Bok means 3,000 holes it is occur from during flood season, this islet will submerge under the water. It is eroded by eddy current, resulting in more than 3,000 (pronounced Sam Phan in Thai) small basins or Bok (“Bok” in Lao language means “basins”).

How to get there: Take Highway No.2050 from Ubon Ratchathani town centre which heads towards northeast, pass Trakan Phutphon District until reaching Pho Sai District. The distance is approximately 110 kilometers.
Kaeng Sila Thip
Location : Na Chaluai District
Kaeng Sila Thip is the large rapids located about 3 kilometers from Phu Chong Na Yoi National Park’s headquarters. Kaeng Sila Thip occurs from Huai Luang River and in the middle of the stream, its power has created lots of holes on the rock surface in different sizes and depths called "Kumphalak".
Administered by : Phu Chong - Na Yoi National Park
Phlan Kong Kwian
Location : Na Chaluai District
Phlan Kong Kwian is a huge rock terrace surrounded with flowers and plants. The history’s this place was the shelter from rain of travelers so it came to be called "Phlan Kong Kwian", which means "cart terrace".
Administered by : Phu Chong - Na Yoi National Park
Zoos & Amusement Parks
Ubon Ratchathani Zoo
Location : Mueang District
Ubon Ratchathani Zoo
Ubon Ratchathani Zoo
The concept of Ubon Ratchathani Zoo is exhibition in "Jungle Park” style, which that means the wild animals are matched with the forest and the abundant forest is still conserved. In the exhibition zones, the animals are released in the area freely. Tourists can see the animal cuteness closely. Moreover there are the botanic learning center, the meeting room, seminar and catering services with complete facilities are available.

How to get there: Ubon Ratchathani Zoo locates in Dong Fa Huan National Forest about 13 kilometers from Ubon Ratchathani city.
Other Attractions
Country of Arts 3D Gallery
Location : Mueang District
This is the biggest 3D arts gallery in Thailand, Country of Arts 3D Gallery is exhibition the famous attraction site from around the world in 3D image by Thailand artists. There are more than 150 images exhibited in 4 storey building which can accommodate about 500 people. Moreover there are food court, coffee shop and souvenir shop.
Opening Hours : Daily from 09:00 am. - 09:00 pm.
Admission : 180 Baht for adult and 120 Baht for child
  (Price are subject to change)
Contact : Tel. 0 4595 8799, 09 6196 6636
Baan Ta Kong Lek
Location : Warin Chamrap District
Baan Ta Kong Lek is famous in make clay pots by hand. The clay pots of Baan Ta Kong Lek taken the clay from the Mun River, is thoroughly mixed with chaff and other kinds of material. The whole process in interestingly done by hand.

How to get there: Baan Ta Kong Lek is located on Highway Number 226 (Ubon Ratchathani - Srisakes), about 3 kilometers off the heart of the city and adjacent to Warinchamrab School.
Chong Mek
Location : Phibun Mansahan District
Chong Mek is a border town between Thailand and Champasak Province where is an important tourist destination in the south of Laos. Besides state offices, the pass there is a small border market with duty-free shops in Laos. Chong Mek was once a thriving market selling cross-border goods popular with Thai tourists. Most of the bustle has moved to the market in Mukdahan since the opening of the Friendship Bridge 2 in 2006.

How to get there: Chong Mek is located 90 kilometers from Ubon Ratchathani City, via highway 217.
Khong Chiam District
Location : Khong Chiam District
For those who love the gentle light of morning sunshine, Khong Chiam is an ideal place that allows you to be the first to experience the rising sun. Khong Chiam is a small district in Ubon Rajathanee province situated on the eastern border of Thailand. It peacefully clings to the drab river Khong and the indigo river of Mun, in the midst of uncontaminated air and unaffected nature. Due to the tranquility of Khong Chiam, many make their way there to kick back and relax. The humble lifestyle of people of the river and the tremendous mountains ranges from Laos make it easy to fall in love with this fascinating region. In order to take in every single detail, visitors may wish to wake up early for the Khong Chiam morning market. Do not miss a chance to try a local breakfast; a cup of traditional coffee and Vietnamese noodle soup. Unlike typical rice noodles, the ones here are long, thick and smooth. They are served with a mellow soup, bite-sized pork spare rips topped with fried shallots.

How to get there: Khong Chiam District is located about 80 kilometers from Ubon Ratchathani City via highway 217. To reach Aomsin bank junction, turn left and then cross Mun River, turn right to highway 2222 about 30 kilometers.
Ban Chi Thuan
Location : Khueang Nai District
Ban Chi Thuan is ancient village with many interesting history backgrounds. The interesting in this place included Wat Si Nuan Saeng Sawang Arom, Wat Tung Sriwilai and Kua Noi (small bridge). Every year, people in the village organize and join traditional festivals and ceremonies.

How to get there: Ban Chi Thuan is located in Khueang Nai district about 25 kilometers from Ubon Ratchathani district.
Khemarat District
Location : Khemarat District
Khemarat meaning in Thai is “Land of Happiness”. Khemarat is a small old district with a long history more than 200 years. The town used to be the place for trading for both Thai and Laotian people as it is located on Khong River. Now, local people still kept everything like it used to be so this town would be perfect for romantic and retro. Moreover, there is Khemarat walking street, visitors can enjoy with small market and beautiful of old town on every Saturday from 04:00 pm.

How to get there: Khemarat District is about 100 kilometers from the city.