The prasat was formerly known as Prasat Ban Ragnang and has been the symbol of Surin. The sanctuary was constructed according to Hindu beliefs dated back 12th century A.D.
By car: Drive from the city of Surin for 34 kilometers by taking Highway No.226
The Sikhoraphum Stone Sanctuary, a group of five brick prang, finely constructed, standing on the same base
The influence of Hinduism, seen from the carved lintel found in the central tower, which depicts Shiva performing the cosmic dance
Visit historical sites and architecture
Open daily from 8.00 a.m. to 4.30 p.m.
Admission fee: 50 Baht.
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