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Sirindhorn Art Centre can be found at the unlikely location of Wang Saphung, 23km south of Loei...
Wat Phon Chai, the temple behind the big white gate, plays a major role in the Phi Ta Khon festivities, so it's an appropriate home for this museum...
Built on a wooded hill just outside town, this gorgeous meditation temple features buildings made of unplastered laterite blocks...
This shop selling Phi Ta Khon masks and other festival-related souvenirs makes for a fun browse. It also has bike hire (100B per day) and coffee.
The Dan Sai Folk Museum has a collection of costumes worn during the celebrations at the Phi Ta Khon Festival, a demonstration of how the masks are made and a 20-minute video from the festival.
The most highly revered stupa in Loei Province, this whitewashed Lao-style chedi stands 20m high and was built in 1560–63 on what was then the Thai–Lao border as a gesture of unity between the Lao kingdom of Wiang C...
On the main road across from the municipal market.
Thai standards and Isan favourites, such as gaang Ъàh (jungle curry) and lâhp hèt (mushroom laap), are served under a thatched roof in a garden setting...
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