The land of big elephants, prestigious silk, beautiful rosary, many Khmer ruins, sweet radish, fragrant rice, and rich culture.
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Baan Chan Rom Weaving Village is located at Tambol Kaewasi Narin. It is widely known as the center of local cloth weaving and also the silver accessories producer. Nowadays, both of the handicrafts are known as the popular handicraft of this province.
Located at Ban Phum Pon, Tambon Dom, this set of religious Khmer ruins comprises four stupas, with three made from bricks and one from laterite. The stupas were built at different times, during at least two separate eras. The largest stupas, located in the northern part, are the oldest Khmer ruins in Thailand, built around the 8th century.
Many of the locals here at Ban Ta Klang Elephant Village are of the Suay ethnic minority. They are skilled in capturing, training and raising Asian elephants, a national Thai symbol. Unlike in northern Thailand where elephants are kept for labor, locals consider elephantstheir companions, and often share their homes with them. Visitors to the village can observe the way of life of the Suay people, or speak with veteran elephant specialists. Often, the sluggish local economy drives elephants and their mahouts to work outside the village. Rice paddies and forests, good elephant habitats, surround the village.
This set of Khmer ruins comprises five pagodas built on the same base. Each is about 30 meters tall. Designs adorn the door columns and lintels. The site was built around the late 11th century.