Hor Kaew Mukdahan
This eye-catching 65m-tall tower was built for the 50th anniversary of King Rama IX's ascension to the throne. The nine-sided base has a...
Other than the bridge, Mukdahan is best known for this riverside market, which stretches along and under the promenade. Most Thai tour...
Wat Yod Kaeo Sivichai
This temple stands out for having an enormous Buddha inside a glass-walled wí·hăhn, and not one, but two small chedi modelled on Phra...
Wine Wild Why?
Housed in an atmospheric wooden building next to the river, this relaxing spot has bags of character and delicious Thai and Isan food,...
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Lonely Planet review
It's a bit of a trek south of the centre (look for the Coke sign), but this is a real Isan restaurant with dishes including gôry kài mót daang (raw beef with lemon, chilli, fish sauce and extra blood with red ant eggs) and gaang wăi (rattan curry). It's all served on a peaceful riverside deck. Though the English menu is a bit mysterious, it's rare that a restaurant of this sort has any English at all.