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Training Courses for 2017
Part Time / Full Time

# 1 : 21-22 Jan.
# 2 : 25-26 Feb.
# 3 : 25-26 Mar.
# 4 : 29-30 Apr.
# 5 : 27-28 May.
# 6 : 24-25 Jun.
# 7 : 29-30 Jul.
# 8 : 26-27 Aug.
# 9 : 23-24 Sep.

natural hot water well as well as a natural hot water pond is available for mineral water bathing. Open Monday - Friday from 0800-1700 hrs., Saturday and Sunday from 0800-1800 hrs. For further details call 083-271-1086.
Pong Krathing Hot Spring. Go along the road Pong Krathing - Phu Nam Ron for about 1 km. until you see a sign post, then follow the direction for another km. This hot spring well is a small one, only about 5 m. wide. When people stand around the well and clap their hands or clatter, bubbles will form and rise to the surface. There is also a small hot water pond nearby for bathing.
Pong Yup is located at house No. 99, Mu 6, Ban Tha Khoei, Tambon Tha Khoei on private land of villagers. It is a strange natural attraction on a site of about 60 rai, formed by subsidence and erosion of the soil into a gorge of earthen pillars and cliffs, similar to Phae Muang Phi in Phrae province. It is open to visitors every day from 0600-1800 hrs. at admission fees of 30-50 Baht per vehicle. For group visit, advance notification is required. For further enquiry call 081-256-2550. To get there, go along Route 3087 (Chom Bueng-Suan Phueng) until Km. 26-27, which is about 5 km. before Amphoe Suan Phueng, take a left turn for about 3.6 km. and then a right turn for 500 m.
Tham Ruesi Khao Ngu is located at the foot of a hill in the precinct of Khao Ngu Public Park, Tambon Ko Phlapphla. It is a cave and religious place of worship related with Buddhism. In the cave there is a sculptured Buddha on a cave wall, generally known as Phra Phutthachai Tham Ruesi Khao Ngu, in sitting posture with legs hanging down in the attitude of teaching Dharma, signifying Dvaravati art style (11th-13th century B.E.). The image has a flat face, curved and connected bushy eyebrows forming a curly bracket, bulging eyes, flat nose, thick lips, large hair curls and a lotus bud halo radiating from the top of the head. Between the ankles there is an inscription in Pallava script of Sanskrit language that reads "Punyakarmajara Srisamadhigupta" meaning Srisamadhigupta is the Purified One through merit-making. This is an important archaeological evidence of the Dvaravati art. Inside the cave there are also several sandstone Buddha images in the art form of Ayutthaya period.

In the vicinity of Tham Ruesi Khao Ngu there are also many other places of interest such as Buddha Footprint made of laterite, enshrined in a Vihara on the top of Khao Ngu hill at a height of about 128 m. It is the ruin of rectangular building made of bricks and mortar.