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Kham Chanot
ProvinceUdon Thani, AmphurBan Dung

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Address
Sub-districtBan Muang AmphurBan Dung ProvinceUdon Thani 41190

E-mail
kumchanod1@gmail.com

Transportation
Bike
Motorcycles
Car

Description
Is located at Wat Siri Suttho, Tambon Wang Thong. It is a sacred place that the people in neighbouring areas pay respect, as someone said that it is an entrance to the under world, a legendary place of Phaya Nak (The great Naga serpent) according to a belief among the Isan and Lao people. At present, this area is densely covered with Chanot trees. The tree resembles a mixture of palm and coconut trees. Inside this area, there is the Chaophu Sri Suttho Shrine and a sacred well for worship.
Getting there : It is about kilometres from Udon Thani City following the Udon Thani-Sakhon Nakhon route. Turn left to follow the route to Amphoe Ban Dung for 93 kilometres. It is another 17 kilometres from Amphoe Ban Dung to reach Kham Chanot.

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Group of tourist

  • Family
  • Elders
  • Working Persons
  • Students / Youths / Teenagers
  • Women
  • Couples
  • Religious Tourism
  • Arts & Culture / History
  • Lifestyle / Community / Agriculture

Opening hours

Sunday:
06:00 - 18:00
Monday:
06:00 - 18:00
Tuesday:
06:00 - 18:00
Wednesday:
06:00 - 18:00
Thursday:
06:00 - 18:00
Friday:
06:00 - 18:00
Suturday:
06:00 - 18:00
Remark (Opening hours):

Entrance fees

Entrance fees:
Non-fee

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Time to visit:
Parking:

Facilities

Facility Information

  • Toilet
  • Restaurant
  • Tourist Assistance Center
  • Access Point

Facilities for the Disabled

  • Cart Service

Public utilities

Waste Management System

  • Waste Separation

Electrical system

  • Electricity

Water System

  • Plumbing

Security

  • CCTV Camera
  • Fire Extinguisher
  • Security Guard

Communication System

  • Telephone Signal

Activities

Volunteer Tourism

  • Garbage Collection Diving
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