History & Culture

Ban Prasat Archaeological Site

Ban Prasat Archaeological Site is located at Nong Sung north of Nakhon Ratchasima. The site is considered to be an agricultural-ceramic society 3,000 years ago in prehistoric times.

The site is Thailand’s second archaeological site (the first is Ban Chiang) to be set up as an outdoor museum. You can find community which had been living here since prehistoric times to present. There is evidence of group culture and Khmer traditional Dvaravati between 1,500-3,000 years ago in this community. Discoveries of human skeletons and many pottery pieces were dug up from various levels. You can also find evidence of human evolution, community beliefs and culture.

Address: Amphoe Non Sung, Nakhon Ratchasima
Tel: 66 4421 3030, 66 4421 3666

How to get there: From the Nakhon Ratchasima city to Highway No.2 for 44 kilometers and then turn right for 1 kilometer.