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Phimai historical park Nai Mueang Nakhon Ratchasima Thailand
The next day morning I visited the Phimai Historical Park. The park itself is located right in the center of the town just a few blocks away from the guesthouse. With 100 bhat entrance fee you get a water bottle and a pamphlet with details on the architecture of the temple complex and short history of the temple which would be very informative for a self guided tour. The temple which was initially built as a Hindu shrine must have been later converted to Buddhism just like Angkor Wat. Someone who had already visited Angkor Wat in Cambodia would recognize it's striking similarity in the built style with that of Prasat Phimai but this one is in a much smaller scale. The temple itself wouldn't take more an hour to explore, but I spent some good 2-3 hours, walking around the temple complex and relaxing in the grassy grounds of the park around. The whole time I was in the park, there were hardly a couple of dozen tourists visited and most of them were locals.
Prasat Hin Phanomwan Ban Pho Nakhon Ratchasima Thailand
Heritage: We visited the Hindu temples and sites in buriram, which includes Prasat Hin Phanom Rung & Prasat Hin Mueang Tam. This temple is located around 100 KM from the Buriram airport and can be reachable by the taxi or private vehicle as the best way. The temple is dedicated to the Lord Shiva and located on the top of extinct volcano. You can buy the ticket on the spot, which cost just around 2o0 THB.