Formerly Nong Muen Taan temple.This temple located an ordiantion hall or so call "Sim" in Esan dialect. This Sim assumed to be built in 24th Buddhist Era. It was renovated 2 times.Some interesting things in this Sim 're the style of Sim in local Esan style,the wood crafted pediment and front facade. Also,there 's a mural painting on front wall depicted about Buddha in Subduing Mara scence and Hell-Heaven scence.Inside wall decorated with painting about local tale "Sang Sin Chai".
This temple was built in Late Ayutthaya period. It was used as a place where royal oath taking ceremony was held. The interesting buildings 're Ubosot or ordination hall where decorated with mural painting on the outer wall. It depicted the story of Buddha life. At present,this temple also serve as monk college.
This pond is a symbol of Roi Et. At the centre of pond located a big island where served as a recreation and sport area. In an island also located the city pillar and city shrine. Around the pond, there 's a pathway where local come to enjoy picnic or jocking everyday.
This museum was built as city museum. On 1stfloor exhibit the geology, geography and history of Roi-Et Province, including an introduction to historical peoples and nationalartists of the region. On 2nd floor are the sections of regions archaeology and art history of Roi-Et province. On 3rd floor is mainly the textile section, But other arts and crafts along with information on traditions in the daily life of its People also exhibit.
Services : Museum tour and bookshop
Open 9.00am -4.00pm Wed-Sun
Admission Fee : 30 Baht
Located near Palanchai pond.It's the biggest Aquarium in N/E region where collected all freshwater fishes in N/E Thailand and some interesting fishes from other countries. Inside the Aquarium,you can see a big tank with glass tunnel surrounded with small glass boxes represented fishes in many styles.
Wat Buraphaphiram is situated in the provincial town.There is the highest standing Buddha image, 67 meters high, made from concrete with steel reinforcements. The image is called Phra Phuttha Ratta Mongkhon Maha Muni, or called Luang Pho Yai by locals. Under the image, there are several museum chambers. The area of the temple is very peaceful.