The trails of the world’s great geological wonders found their home in the Northeastern province of Kalasin in Thailand when the accidental finding of dinosaur fossils led into full-blown international excavation efforts that later expanded into a complete exhibition of one of the world’s greatest geological wonders.

Inside the Sirindhorn Museum, one will find a real paleontological treasure, harking back to the origins of the Earth. This museum makes a wonderful visit for those wishing to learn more about dinosaurs in Thailand. Highlights of the exhibits include the Phuwiangosaurus sirindhorn – the first sauropod (herbivorous dinosaur) found in the Kingdom and was name after Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn.

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Attractions near Kalasin

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Phu Faek Forest Park
The place where you can observe Thailand’s most famous dinosaur footprints found back in 1996 amidst the Park’s rock terrace and wild forests.

Thepsuda Bridge
The longest concrete construction that spans across Lam Pao Dam, Thepsuda Bridge links the sleepy town of Kalasin to other economic parts of the Isan region, Also a great place to chill out on the water, as there are rafting and water recreation activities also available.

Wat Wang Kham
With the architecture assimilating the famous Wat Xiang Thong in Luang Phrabang, the beautiful Wat Wang Kham exudes a sacred quality. A good collection of religious arts and elements throughout the premises.

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