Phu Lon Buddhist Centre is in Tambon Song Yang, about 20
kilometres from Amphoe Si Muang Mai.It is a small hill with trees and rocks.There is a cave built by Phra Achan Man
Phuritatthathera; it is very tranquil and suitable for
relaxation and meditation.
Phu Chong-Na Yoi National Park is about 4 kilometres from
the district centre.
It has many shady trees and many kinds of flowers.There is also a waterfall and pool for swimming, as
well as a cave through which one fcan walk.At night, one can go out to watch wildlife such as
tigers and deer.
Accommodation is available.
Huai Luang Waterfall
(Tham Bak Teo Waterfall)
is in Ban Kaeng Ruang about 20 kilometresfrom the
The water plunges from a very steep cliff onto the stone
platfore cdausing a thunderous sound that harmonizes with
that from the trees and leaves, like the music from the Pong
Lang, a local musical instrument.
Prasat Ban Ben is located at Ban Nong Om, Tambon Nong Om,
King Amphoe Thung Si Udom, about 63 kilometres from the
town.It is a small Khmer sanctuary, which comprises of three
brick stupas on laterite bases built separately.During the excavation by the Fine Arts Department, two
pieces of lintel depicting the nine gods of directions and
the God Indra on his Erawan carrier were found.Acdording to its architectural design and the
sculptures shown, this structure is assumed to have been
established some time during the end of the 15th
Buddhist century and the beginning of the 16th