8 Free Things to do in Loei Province That You Shouldn't Miss

July 20, 2021 Fernanda Pittenger

Loei (Thai: เลย, pronounced [lɤ̄ːj]), in Isan, is one of the most sparsely populated provinces (changwat) of Thailand. Neighboring provinces are (from east clockwise) Nong Khai, Udon Thani, Nongbua Lamphu, Khon Kaen, Phetchabun, Phitsanulok. In the north it borders Xaignabouli and Vientiane Province of Laos.
Restaurants in Loei Province

1. Wat Neramit Wipattasana

Amphoe Dan Sai, Dan Sai 42120 Thailand https://www.tourismthailand.org/Attraction/Wat-Neramit-Wipattasana--3563
Excellent
59%
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35%
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6%
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4.5 based on 49 reviews

Wat Neramit Wipattasana

Reviewed By ronaldmD6184CT

The temple grounds are exquisite. The floor of this temple is black polished to a mirror finish that makes for fantastic photos. Unfortunately that floor is now mostly covered as it did not age well. Murals are very special telling the stories of the mythological beings and history of the Buddha. Well worth a visit!

2. Wat Pahuaylad Temple

135 Moo 3 Santom Subdistrict, Phu Ruea 42160 Thailand http://www.watpahuaylad.org/
Excellent
52%
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4.5 based on 23 reviews

Wat  Pahuaylad Temple

Reviewed By Wingfield73 - Chiang Mai, Thailand

There are so many things to see her. Although its a bit of a Buddhist theme park the modern sculptures are all very high quality. The crocodiles (holding the pearl of wisdom in their jaws, the white Lady of Mercy stature and even a bronze coloured formidable hulk (oh and I nearly forgot the two splendid elephants to the right of the main temple. Both kids and photographers will find their heaven here'

3. Chiang Khan Walking Street

Chiang Khan 42110 Thailand +66 63 052 4117
Excellent
45%
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45%
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4.5 based on 129 reviews

Chiang Khan Walking Street

Reviewed By jobst56 - Hamburg, Germany

Well, apart from lots of food and drink, this market leads you through a narrow road right through town. There's lots of local souvenirs and clothing - also on the famous Pithakhon festival.

4. Erawan Cave

Erawan Thailand
Excellent
40%
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45%
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4.0 based on 20 reviews

Erawan Cave

Reviewed By greglU1658WE - Non Sang, Thailand

Have been to Erewan cave on numerous occasions. The Cave is set half way up a mountain so there are more than 600 steps to climb to reach it and if you want to see the view point at the other end of the cave be prepared to climb another couple of hundred steps. Having said that the views are worth the effort. The huge cave itself is impressive to say the least but last time we were there some of the lights weren't working so some care must be taken when negotiating the way through as the limestone can be slippery in places. This may have been rectified but I just wanted to give you the heads up just in case. All in all a very interesting experience and aplace I take all my visitors from overseeas to see. Enjoy! :-)

5. Phra Buddhabaht Phu Kwai Ngeon Footprint

Chiang Khan Thailand
Excellent
38%
Good
47%
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15%
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4.0 based on 68 reviews

Phra Buddhabaht Phu Kwai Ngeon Footprint

6. Prathat Si Song Rak

Amphoe Dan Sai, Dan Sai Thailand
Excellent
31%
Good
57%
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12%
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4.0 based on 49 reviews

Prathat Si Song Rak

7. Kaeng Khud Khu

Chiang Khan Thailand
Excellent
17%
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45%
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3.5 based on 150 reviews

Kaeng Khud Khu

8. Chateau de Loei

Loei Thailand +66 2 716 5337 http://www.chateaudeloei.com/
Excellent
6%
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34%
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11%
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2.5 based on 35 reviews

Chateau de Loei

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