Surin governor calls on citizens to visit Ta Muen Thom

August 13, 2008 at 4:23 am 1 comment – August 13, 2008

by Amrit Rashmisrisethi

Surin province Governor Poonsak Pranutnoraphan (พูลศักดิ์ ประณุทนรพาล) stated that the Ta Muen Thom temple’s are an interesting historical site and are unique amongst the nation’s other sites as they feature up to 3 kinds of temple in a short vicinity.

The temples sit on the very border of Thailand and Cambodia and are constructed of sand stone. The three temples which establish the compound historically were used for Hindu rituals. Mr. Poonsak reiterated that they were a great historical treasure of the nation.

The governor called on citizens to visit the tourist attraction, assuring that travel is convenient and the site is safely secured by the military.

Source : National News Bureau, Public Relations Department of Thailand


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  • 1. Khmer_Scholar  |  October 14, 2008 at 2:13 am

    Dear Poonsak,

    Please be informed that Thai or Siam country was created concessionaire land by Cambodia, so you have to respect, valuate appreciate to Cambodia Country and owed much much grateful for thousand million years. This is a good chance which your country have to repay all things were thieved must be return back to Cambodia today on 15 June 2008 as the same date of IJC, it’s not over time for you and your country to repay ancient status or other properties that your ancestors thieved from Cambodia.


    Best Neighbour Country


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