Prasat Muang Thi

Northeastern Thailand

It's not worth a special trip, but if you happen to be driving to Sikhoraphum you may as well take a 400m detour off Rte 226 for a peep at Prasat Muang Thi. The three remaining brick prang are in sad shape (one looks as though it's ready to topple), but they're so small they're kind of cute.

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