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Ku Ka Sing and Ku Pnon Rakang Khmer-Style Ruins in Roi-Et, Thailand - HD Video

[HD videos below] It is very unusual to have 900-1,000-year old Khmer-style ruins in Thailand to yourself, but at Ku Ka Sing there are very few tourists, and at Ku Pnon Rakang just a 3-minute drive away, even less.

Ku Ka Sing, Roi-Et, Thailand

Ku Ka Sing, Roi-Et, Thailand.

This makes the ruins very popular with film crews and the like, as they pretty much have the place to themselves.

 Both Ku Ka Sing and Ku Pnon Rakang are located in Ban Ku Ka Sing in the Kaset Wisai District of Roi-Et province.

Although the ruins are quite remote, they are free of charge to visit, and if you are not too far away then they are definitely worth the trip.

History on the two monuments is quite murky with some conflicting stories. Some say that that Ku Ka Sing was meant to be a shrine dedicated to Siva, one of the supreme Gods in Hinduism. Others say that it was a competition between a man and a woman to see who could build the monument first.

The two are reported to date back to 1017 1087 A.D. See also: Pictures of Rice Cutting Ceremony in Ku Ka Sing (Roi-Et), Thailand.

Ku Ka Sing and Ku Pnon Rakang Khmer-Style Ruins in Roi-Et, Thailand - HD

Narisala Resort in Ban Dok Mai, Suwwanaphum, Roi-Et, Thailand

The Narisala Resort is a 20-minute drive from Ku Ka Sing and at just THB 550 per night, is a great place to stay if you need something close by.

See  more: HD Videos and also: Pictures of Rice Cutting Ceremony in Ku Ka Sing (Roi-Et), Thailand.

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