Eastern Thailand borders Laos and Cambodia along the Mekong river and is a relatively arid region on the Khorat plateau. The majority of the population of this region speaks a version of the Lao language and refer to themselves as the Isan.

01 Sirindhom dam lake 02 Telephone booths 03 Chayangkun road 04 Cars and Thai schoolgirls 05 Motorcycles
06 Chayangkun road 07 Petrol station price board 08 Rice bags 09 Open air plants market 10 Entrance to trade fair
11 Golden Buddha statue 12 Buddhist temple 13 Buddhist temple 14 Pavilion 15 Tribunal 16 Gate to Tung Sri Muang park
17 Joggers in Tung Sri Muang park 18 People exercising in Tung Sri Muang park 19 Garuda image and boat 20 Golden decorated column 21 Garuda image 22 Golden statue with boat and Garuda image
23 Sunset 24 Bridge at sunset 25 River sunset view 01 Wat Prasat Phnom Rung 02 Wat Prasat Phnom Rung
03 Wat Prasat Phnom Rung 04 Wat Prasat Phnom Rung 05 Wat Prasat Phnom Rung 06 Wat Prasat Phnom Rung 07 Wat Prasat Phnom Rung
08 Wat Prasat Phnom Rung 09 Wat Prasat Phnom Rung 10 Wat Prasat Phnom Rung 11 Wat Prasat Phnom Rung 12 Wat Prasat Phnom Rung
13 Wat Prasat Phnom Rung 14 Wat Prasat Phnom Rung 15 Wat Prasat Phnom Rung 16 Wat Prasat Phnom Rung 17 Wat Prasat Phnom Rung
18 Wat Prasat Phnom Rung 19 Wat Prasat Phnom Rung 20 Wat Prasat Phnom Rung 21 Wat Prasat Phnom Rung 22 Wat Prasat Phnom Rung 23 Wat Prasat Phnom Rung
24 Wat Prasat Phnom Rung 01 View of Mekong river 02 Wat Tham Khuha Sawan 03 Wat Tham Khuha Sawan 04 Wat Tham Khuha Sawan 05 Wat Tham Khuha Sawan
06 Wat Tham Khuha Sawan 07 Wat Tham Khuha Sawan 01 Buddhist monks 02 Corridor 03 Corridor
04 Pond with lotus flowers 05 Pond with lotus flowers 06 Pond with lotus flowers 07 Pond with lotus flowers 08 Pond with lotus flowers
09 Wat Prasat Mueang Tam 10 Wat Prasat Mueang Tam 11 Pond with lotus flowers 12 Bas-relief
13 Wat Prasat Mueang Tam 14 Wat Prasat Mueang Tam 15 Bas-relief
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