It’s worthwhile stopping by this historical park with its ancient ruins, once an outpost built by the Khmers. Despite its original purpose, there’s something almost magical about standing in the presence of such an old and elegant structure. Here, you’ll find a preserved shrine, tower gates, and ancient inscriptions in the courtyard. It’s thought to be one of the satellite cities of Angkor, the capital of the Khmer empire. At the museum on the premises, you can view artefacts and relics discovered at the site.
Prasat Muang Singh National Park
AddressTambon Sing, Amphoe Sai Yok, Kanchanaburi , 71150, ThailandGPS14.11603,99.1446
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