Sala Keoku (Thai: ศาลาแก้วกู่; rtgsSala Kaeo Ku;  [sǎːlaː kɛ̂ːw kùː], also spelled as Sala Keo Ku, Sala Keo Koo, Sala Kaew Ku, Sala Kaew Koo, Salakaewkoo, Sala Gaew Goo, Sala Kaeoku, etc. Alternative name: Wat Khaek) is a park featuring giant fantastic concretesculptures inspired by Buddhism and Hinduism. It is located near Nong Khai, Thailand in immediate proximity of the ThaiLao border and the Mekong river. The park has been built by and reflects the personal vision of Luang Pu Bunleua Sulilat and his followers (the construction started in 1978). It shares the style of Sulilat‘s earlier creation, Buddha Park on the Lao side of Mekong, but is marked by even more extravagant fantasy and greater proportions


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Sala Kaew Ku is located to the south of Route 212 to the south east of Nong Khai town. From Udon Thani, follow Highway 2, north to Nong Khai.  On reaching the town, stay on Highway 2 for as far as you can go, and you eventually come to a crossroads, where you turn right on to A212. Follow this roads past the town until you see signs for Sala Kaew Ku. You will need to perform a U-turn where you double back on yourself for a few yards, then turn left towards Sala Kaew Ku..

GPS Co-ordinates 17.887123, 102.782608

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