This temple hosts the Thailand’s highest blessing Buddha image called Phra Phuttha Ratana Mongkhon Maha Muni or Luangpho Yai, a spectacular over 59-meter high image (68-meter high including the base) which can be seen from any place within the city.
The Wat Burapha Phiram temple compound has a museum. East side of the temple, adjacent to the ancient city moat, is the construction site of the pavilion housing Chao Pho Maha Sakdanuphab spirit which is highly revered by Roi Et residents.
Adventure in Thailand offers a different view from the traveler: sometimes wild, with wide-open beaches, blue waters and white sand, lakes, islands, high mountains, wildlife, temples, monuments and a hands-on experience of the real Thailand. Get to know the gentle people and the wonderful Land of Smiles.