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Wat Phu Tok

Ban Kham Khaen | Na Sabaeng Subdistrict, Si Wilai 38000, Thailand
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WoW what a nice place...

I think one of the best places and must see in north east of thailand. 2 times already i visited... read more

Reviewed 23 October 2017
SvenWan
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nice place for relax

this place always give me a good glimpse of life.. especially if u are able to catch the sunset or... read more

Reviewed 4 April 2017
Saggicool D
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Ban Kham Khaen | Na Sabaeng Subdistrict, Si Wilai 38000, Thailand
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Reviewed 23 October 2017 via mobile

I think one of the best places and must see in north east of thailand. 2 times already i visited this place. Everytime amazing to see the nice temple and the nice landscape around. It should be good to wear good shoes because you have...More

Thank SvenWan
Reviewed 4 April 2017

this place always give me a good glimpse of life.. especially if u are able to catch the sunset or the sunrise...! Great that i found this place but i am not sure.. how many years before i am unable to climb up...:)

Thank Saggicool D
Reviewed 4 February 2017

There is a toure guide in Bueng Kan English speaking That can take you to Wat Phu Tok mountain and lots more places.

1  Thank Shane C
Reviewed 23 November 2016

If you are traveling through Bueng Kan province you must visit this temple complex for the views alone. It is a very steep climb up 600 steps but is worth it at the top. You get the opportunity to walk around the perimeter of the...More

Thank Phil M
Reviewed 9 June 2016

If you are anywhere nearby then this is a must to see. Not many Western tourist visit this temple but those that do are in for a treat. You need to be reasonably fit to walk up the steep stairs but once you have reached...More

Thank besandri
Reviewed 20 May 2016

My hostelowner brought me here from Bueng Kahn. I loved the view, but the wooden staircases up from level 5 was too much for me. You could see straight down through the beams. Brrr. I did took the stairs to level 7, where you have...More

1  Thank Philly J
Reviewed 8 March 2016

There are so many temples to visit in Thailand, but this one is special. It's a bit out of thy way, a 3 hour drive from Udon Thani. Your usual tourist will never go here. I only saw one other non Asian here. You need...More

2  Thank Nickboyuk
Reviewed 20 February 2016

Bring bottled water! Going to the top will surely be tiring but along the way, you will be greeted by beautiful scenery and caves. It is amazing to know that the rock formations were built by nature by itself! I recommend to try the stomach-churning...More

Thank vincruiser
Reviewed 9 November 2015 via mobile

Visited as part of the Windy 500 Goes Global tour of 2015. 7 of us, including an 8 year old made this trip, booked up using a leaflet left at Park & Pool Resort in Nong Khai. Mr Chettu speaks very good English and can...More

2  Thank Spooky388
Reviewed 14 October 2015

I have read other great reviews about this wonderful adventure of the 7 levels, obviously there is a reason for 7 so check it out before going and go you must. I feel the need to let people know this is a strenuous climb and...More

3  Thank desi d
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