Sakon Nakhon Province, Thailand
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Sakon Nakhon is a town in Thailand within the Isan region, and capital city of the Sakon Nakhon Province, with a population of approximately 76,000. It has a regional airport in the north, Sakon Nakhon Airport. During World War II, the town became a haven for Free Thais, and a base for Communist activities in the late 1950s. Fish and rice are two of the largest products of the region. The biggest lake of north-east Thailand is situated north of the city, known as Lake Nong Han.
- This museum is opposite the Provincial Government Centre on Suk Kasem Road in Wat Pa Sutthawat.…
- Saphan Khom is just before entering the town on the Sakon Nakhon-Udon Thani Road. It is believed…
- Phra That Choeng Chum a major and sacred religious monument of Sakon Nakhon Province, is enshrined…