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Wat Pa Kitti Ya Nu Son

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This Chediis an part of Wat Pa Kitti Ya Nu Son.Located Ampoe Phu Wiang District Khon Kaen.Used by Buddhist as a place of meditation.From the top you have an beautiful view over the rice field.On the times the land are very dry and the water level are low.

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A: Place of meditation

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B: Chedi in Wat Pa Kitti Ya Nu Son

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C: Chedi

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D: Wat Ming Mueang Phatthanaram Phu Wiang

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E: Sawan Beach

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F: LPG Stations

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G: Sandformationen

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H: Staircase to haeven

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I: Ubolratana Dam

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J: Ubolratana Dam Topview

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