Nong Khai is a border town on the bank of the Mekong River. This province is a gateway to Vientiane, the capital of the Lao Peoples Democratic Republic (Lao PDR.), and a friendship bridge links the two countries. It is also the site of the famous Naga Fireballs.

This place which looks like an open museum of religious statues was created with an inspiration of Luangpu Bunluea Surirat who built it around 1978, out of his own belief that the teachings of all regions could be mixed together. Therefore, there are various forms of Buddha images include Hindu gods, Christian religious icons, as well as character figures from the Ramayana epic and folk tales.
The atmosphere in the temple is tranquil and surrounded by the unique architecture which is Mondop Luang Pu Rian Woralapho. The mondop has 4 entrances on each side and can be seen clearly from the outside. Visitors can enter to pay respect to Luang Pu in the Mondop. The most interesting attraction is the relics of the many Buddhist saints displayed in the glass cabinet.
The Tobacco-making village is located along the route from Amphoe Mueang to Amphoe Tha Bo on Highway 211. The Tobacco plantations are along the area parallel to Mekong River grown by villagers here which creates the beautiful riverside natural scenery.
Wat Pa Tak Suer is a temple that has a beautiful view. Inside the temple, there is also a beautiful atmosphere. The visitors can walk along to see the nature and the view.This temple is located on the peak of the cliff which gives the view of the whole city downstairs, which is Amphur Sangkom and the Laos country with Mekong River as the border.