Phra Lao Thep Nimit – the principle Buddha image at this small town of Amnat Charoen – showcases a religious masterpiece. This is a Buddha statue so beautiful that is dubbed ‘Phra Phuttha Chinnarat’ of Thailand’s Northeast.

Wat Phra Lao Thep Nimit reflects the area’s historical reception of the Lanna influences. This ancient temple features Lanna architecture, its interior Phu Phanom Dee Also called the ‘Pagoda of a Billion Rocks’ – this all-white stupa was built by the collective band of the locals.

Nearby includes natural attractions; such as caves and cliffs. Phra Mongkhon Ming Mueang In the so-called ‘Mongkhopn Ming Mueang’ Buddhist Park is ‘Mongkhopn Ming Mueang’ – another of Amnat Charoen’s most Buddha images that are believed to help propel your luck and prosperity. Wat Tham Saeng Phet This ancient temple was the location where a century-old stone inscription (Bai Sema) was found.

Tucked deep in the forest, this is one truly natural sanctuary with some good stories for history lovers depicts the best of Lanna shrines with its principle Buddha image built back in the early 1700s the best showcase of the glorious time. The name ‘Lao Thep Nimit’ is, in fact, means it is so delicately beautiful as if it is crafted by hand. The much-revered Buddha image in the state of subduing demons is decorated with gold leaf.

Attractions near Amnat Charoen


Phu Phanom Dee
Also called the ‘Pagoda of a Billion Rocks’ – this all-white stupa was built by the collective band of the locals. Nearby includes natural attractions; such as caves and cliffs.

Phra Mongkhon Ming Mueang
In the so-called ‘Mongkhopn Ming Mueang’ Buddhist Park is ‘Mongkhopn Ming Mueang’ – another of Amnat Charoen’s most revered Buddha images that are believed to help propel your luck and prosperity.

Wat Tham Saeng Phet
This ancient temple was the location where a century-old stone inscription (Bai Sema) was found. Tucked deep in the forest, this is one truly natural sanctuary with some good stories for history lovers.