This south gate is the most intact and noteworthy of Phimai's three surviving 13th-century city gates (the east gate is in ruins), built by King…
- Pratu Chai
- Kuti Rusi
This minor ruin was the temple for a health centre built in the early 13th century by Jayavarman VII. It's aligned generally to the east, typical of Khmer…
- Pha Diew Dai Viewpoint
Up over 1100m, this is the most impressive of Khao Yai National Park's viewpoints. And it's rarely crowded. It's part of an easy 500m boardwalk nature…
- Meru Bhramathat
Meru Bhramathat is a toppled brick stupa dating back to the late Ayuthaya period (18th century). Its name is derived from a folk tale that refers to it as…
- Ban Prasat Museum
This small but good museum houses some of the artefacts found around Ban Prasat. It also explains what village life was like in those days and in the…
- Nam Tok Kong Kaew
Little Nam Tok Kong Kaew sits just 150m from the Khao Yai National Park visitors centre.
- Pratu Phi
Phimai city's northern gate, built by King Jayavarman VII in the 13th century.
- Pratu Hin
Phimai city's western gate, built by King Jayavarman VII in the 13th century.
- Bo Eka
Right in the centre of the main moat, this is the most significant of Muang Sema's ruins, after Wat Dhammachakra Semaram. Labelled as Monument 1 on the…
- Chang Phueak Shrine
The wooden pillar at the centre of this small shrine was once used for tying up sacred 'white' elephants that passed though Khorat on their way to be…
- Pratu Tawan Ork
There's almost nothing left of Phimai city's eastern gate, built by King Jayavarman VII in the 13th century. But, a bit of the original moat and an…
- San Jao Lak Muang
Phimai's city pillar is unusually short and stubby because it's a laterite block taken from Prasat Phimai.
- Tha Nang Sa Phom
Tha Nang Sa Phom, a 13th-century pier constructed out of laterite, is now on the grounds of the Fine Arts Department compound.
- Khao Yai National Park Northern Gate
This is the main entrance to the park, and where you pay your entrance fee. The visitors centre is 14km further on.
- Pratu Phonsaen
An ornamental city gate built in the location of the original northern gate.
- Pratu Chainarong
An ornamental city gate built in the location of the original southern gate.
- Pratu Phonlan
An ornamental city gate built in the location of the original eastern gate.
- Wat Boon
One of the city's night markets takes place in front of this temple.
- Clock Tower
Phimai's little clock tower marks the middle of the town.