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Thung Sri Muang is a public park which is a centre for exercise and relaxation, and is also a place where different ceremonies are held and various other traditions are followed by the people of Ubon Ratchathani. Thung Sri Muang has entrances on four sides and they are known as: 1) Ubonwecha Pracharak; 2) Ubonsak Prachaban; 3) Ubonkan Prachanid; and 4) Ubonkit Prachakon. Within Thung Sri Muang park itself there are various structures of importance that everyone who reads the Ubon Ratchathani Guide book should know. They are: the Chalerm Prakiat Candle; the Phraphratum Warrarach Suriyawong Monument; the Monument to Kindess; and the Sculpture for United Progress.

 The Chalerm Prakiat Candle is a huge candle built with cement. It stands 22 metres tall and has a diameter of 1.40 metres. It was built to celebrate the 72nd birthday of the King of Thailand and was unveiled at a ceremony on the 5 December 1999.

  The Phraphratum Warrarach Suriyawong Memorial (Chao Khampong). Phraphratum Warrarach Suriyawong or Chao Khampong, who the people of Ubon Ratchathani know as the founder and first governor of the town of Ubon Ratchathani, was the son of Phrada, who fled the war in Laos. Phrachao Siri Bun San, the ruler of Vientiane, Laos, came to request the protection of King Thaksin of Thailand and built a protectorate called Dong U-phung on the banks of the River Moon. He finished building a moat around the settlement in 2322 B.E. and then informed King Thaksin that the work was finished. Later, in 2323 B.E., King Thaksin conferred the name Ubon Ratchathani on the settlement and appointed Phraphratum Warrarach Suriyawong or Chao Khampong as governor.

  Every year, from the 8 – 11 November, the people of Ubon Ratchathani province hold activities to honour Chao Khampong, which in 2551 B.E. will include activities related to the Monument to Kindness as well.

  The Monument to Kindness is a monument that foreign prisoners of war built in memory of the kindness towards all humanity of the people of Ubon Ratchathani who helped prisoners of war that were captured during the Second World War. These prisoners of war appreciated the help and sympathy that was given to them by the people of Ubon Ratchathani and likened those people to second mothers who gave them a chance of a new life. This monument is evidence that really shows the kindheartedness of the people of Ubon Ratchathani.

 The Sculpture for United Progress is a sculpture that was built according to the Sculptures and Environment for Youth Project and shows unanimity between four countries – Thailand, Laos, Cambodia and Vietnam.

 
 

 

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