Located on a hill near the Mae Khong River, Wat Phra That Pu Khao is centred by a mondop surrounded by 5 small satellite chedis at the back of the viharn. These structures are enclosed by double boundery walls with a staircase on each side except for the double boundery walls with a staircase on each side except for the western wall.

According to the legend, Chao Kaeo Ma Muang had this temple constructed around 759 A.D. However, the architecture indicates that it should have been constructed round the 14th century A.D.


Latitude and longitude 20°21'06.35" N 100°04'52.25" E
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