Ubon Ratchathani Province Wat Pa Nana Chat Wat Tham Khuha Sawan
Candle Festival Wat Phra That Nong Bua Kaeng Tana National Park
Wat Nong Pa Phong Ubon Ratchathani National Museum Pha Taem National Park
Wat Thung Si Mueang Sirindhorn Dam Dong Na Tham Forest – Pha Chana Dai
Wat Maha Wanaram Khong Chiam District Namtok Saeng Chan or Namtok Ru
Wat Supattanaram Worawihan Khong Chiam Morning Market Wild Flowers at Soi Sawan Waterfall

Ubon Ratchathani Province

Ubon Ratchathani is located on the easternmost province of the country, and it is one of the most beautiful parts of Thailand. Relatively unknown to the most tourists, the province boasts a number of natural wonders, cultural and historical attractions, national parks, silk producing shops, etc.

The province is renowned for its strong Buddhist tradition, particularly the practice of forest-dwelling monks and the ancient Buddhist temples, which can still be seen throughout the province today. The province is also unique in its folk culture, which is expressed in the indigenous cuisine, handicrafts, such as silk and cotton products, basketry, and bronze-ware, and traditional events such as the Candle festival held every July. There are natural beauties and historical sites including the 4,000 years old rock formation, prehistoric rock paintings, national parks, waterfalls, and the two colored river, etc.

A gateway to Laos, Ubon Ratchathani is bordered to the east by the Mekong River and Laos, to the south by Cambodia, to the west by Yasothon and Sisaket Provinces and to the north by Amnat Charoen Province. The provincial capital is approximately 630 kilometers northeast of Bangkok.
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