Wihan Ji Gong
The city's newest Chinese temple is dedicated to Ji Gong, an eccentric and heavy-drinking Chinese monk (he's usually depicted with a...
Wat Lam Duan
You can easily pick out this temple on the skyline because an immense Buddha image sits atop the bòht. You're welcome to climb up...
Wat Pho Chai
Luang Po Phra Sai, a large Lan Xang–era Buddha image awash with gold, bronze and precious stones, sits at the hub of Nong Khai's holiest...
You can sample Isan food (it also serves Thai and Chinese) and see nearly the whole city from the Grand Paradise Hotel's open-air...
Th Meechai · interesting places nearby
Mae Ut information
While Daeng Namnuang operates as much like a factory as a restaurant, this little place, serving just four items including spring rolls and khâo gee·ab Ъahk mŏr (fresh noodles with pork), is essentially grandma's kitchen. Look for the orange building with tables under a bright blue awning. English is limited.