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Sisaket Province




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Name: Changwat Sisaket
Area: About 8,840 km²
Inhabitants: About 1,500,000
Location: North-East Thailand (Isan)
Capital: Si Sa Ket
Neighboring provinces: Four (4): Roi Et, Surin, Ubon Ratchathani and Yasothon. It also borders to Cambodia.
Amphoe / Districts: Benchalak, Bueng Bun, Huai Thap Than, Kantharalak, Kanthararom, Khukhan, Khun Han, Mueang Chan, Mueang Si Sa Ket, Nam Kliang, Non Khun, Phayu, Pho Si Suwan, Phrai Bueng, Phu Sing, Prang Ku, Rasi Salai, Si Rattana, Sila Lat, Uthumphon Phisai, Wang Hin, Yang Chum Noi.
Popular tourist destinations: Somdet Phra Si Nakarin Park, Prasart Khao Phra Vihan, Prom Wihan Waterfall and Wat Sa Kamphaeng Yai Sanctuary.




About Sisaket



Almost 600 kilometers east of Bangkok you find the province of Si Saket. The city formerly known as Muang Khu Khan, got it´s city title 1759, when Ayutthaya was the capital. In 1938 the town changed its name to Si Saket. That the province borders with the neighboring country of Cambodia in the south can you see on the large numbers of Khmer-ruins witch is found throughout the province. Silk and cotton garments belong together with hand-made baskets to the province's traditional products and crafts. Although most of the craft work is done on the countryside you can buy all the products in one of the town's souvenir shops.


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Attractions



Half Marathon to Pha Moh E-Daeng. The marathon is held the 3rd Sunday in August. The ongoing rainy season makes the runners often forced to run through a damp fog which is certainly refreshing. The marathon is a recognized challenge, attracts many participants each year.

Lamduan Ban feast is celebrated usually the first week of March. The name of the feast comes from the Lamduan plant that bloom naturally during this time of year. Local minority groups (Khmer, Lao and Sauy) all participate actively during the festival by demonstrating its trades international art and his craft.




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