Thailand Guides - Sa Kaeo
Namtok Pang Sida is not far from the park office and the 10 metre fall makes an impressive sight during the rainy season.
Prasat Khao Noi is an archaeological site from the Khmer period. Situated on a hill it is accessible by dirt road. The structure consists of three brick chedis surrounded by laterite walls. The sandstone lintels and statues found at the site are now displayed in the Prachin Buri National Museum.
The ancient Khmer temple of Prasat Sadokkokthom is located near the border town of Ban Nong Samet. It consists of a series of sandstone chedis and laterite walls. Stone inscriptions found at the site are currently housed in the Bangkok National Library.
Sa Kaeo has many bamboo plantations and is known for bamboo furniture. Furniture and other products are sold at the side of the road throughout the province.
The Eastern Cultural Fair and Sa Kaeo Red Cross Fair is held each year in mid-February. The event acts as a showcase for traditional processions and displays, exhibitions and cultural entertainment.
Sa Kaeo Province is famous for producing large quantities of high quality cantaloupe melons. Cantaloupe Day is held in Aranyaprathet in early April with many activities to entertain visitors.
Time to visit
Sa Kaeo is a year-round destination.
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