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“Chum Phae is worth aVisit”

Reviewed 20 January 2016

Chum Phae is worth spending an hour or two in. It is a typical Issan town full of farmers who have come to buy and sell produce.
The market is open daily and is worth looking at. But a " must do" thing is to try an Issan meal from on of the many little local restaurants,
There is a large lake in the center of the town that is relaxing to sit by or for the more energetic walk round.

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Reviewed 25 October 2015 via mobile

A nice historical trip out. It's not far from the centre of Chumphae it's very interesting and only takes about 10 mins on a bike. You can kill an hour or so if you want to get out for a bit.

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Reviewed 8 July 2015 via mobile

it's a nice place for archeology. You've got toilets and refreshments. Staff don't speak English and not very easy to find.

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Reviewed 30 May 2015

This a fairly extensive archaeological site about 5 kms to the south of Chum Phae. Although signposted on the main route 12, further signposting to this attraction is almost non-existent. To reach the location in a forest, you have to travel on a narrow and twisting road across paddy fields and farm land. Suddenly on your left an ornate archway marks the entrance to the site. The various archaeological digs are now preserved under cover. Many ancient burials can be seen. There is a visitor center, toilets and refreshments are available. If you are interested in archaeology then this is worth a visit however I suggest you get a tuk-tuk at Chum Phae Bus Station to get you there - negotiate a price beforehand.

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