Bung Phlan Chai
The city of Roi Et is built around the lake of Bung Phlan Chai. In the centre of the lake is a small island, which is linked by footbridges, containing the city pillar or lak muang.
This temple is situated in the northwest of town. The chedi dates back to the Dvaravati period and has an unusual four cornered bell-shape, rarely seen in Thailand
Wat Klang Ming Muang
This temple is situated on Charoenhanit Rd in the northeast part of town. It is believed to have been built before the founding of the city, with the bot added in the 18th century.
This temple is situated in the northeastern part of town. It enshrines the largest standing Buddha image in Thailand, Phra Phutta Ratana Mongkhon Maha, standing at over 67 m tall.