This ancient archeological venue, with three temples, is located at Ban Nong Samet. Facing to the east, with 4-side moat, a group of sandstone towers (prang) stand inside the laterite walls. Two Khmer stone inscriptions were found and are now kept in the National Library. Tourists can use the road Aranyaprathet-Ta Phrata, turn right at Ban Nong Mek. It is about 36 kilometers from Aranyaprathet.
This temple is on Khao lone in Ban Charoen Suk, Tambon Thap Raj. The architectural style of this site is similar to that of Prasat Khao Noi. There were four towers (prang). However, only the central one is still existed. To the northeastern part of the temple are two large ponds which are connected to the temple by using highway No. 3068 (Ta Phraya - Buriram), and then turning left to Ban charoen Suk. It is about 28 kilometers from Ta Phraya.
Located at Ban Khlong Yang, Tambon Thap Raj, this venue is a large area of about 800 acres with many earth pillars is various shapes like the ones in Phrae Province. They are indeed an amazingly beautiful site of nature wonder. At Ban Khlong Yang, home – stay trip is available.
Ta Phraya National Park was declared a National Park in 1996. The park covers an area of 371,250 rai (equivalent to 594 sq.km.). The area surrounding the park and the boundary of the park form a straight line connecting Pangsida National Park from the west to Cambodia in the east. In the north, the park is connected to Tab Lan National Park and Buriram provinces, whereas in the south, the park boundary touches Ta Phraya distric of Sakaeo Province. This is also where the administrative offices of the park are located.