March 28, 2010
The ancient prehistoric civilization which flourished in the western part of Thailand dates back several tens of thousand years. From the Kanchanaburi province, especially in the basin of the two branches of the Kwai Yai and Kwai Noi rivers, many archaeological objects have been discovered.
One of the most important site found in the River Kwai Noï basin is an ancient city site named Prasat Muang Sing Historical Park . The important discoveries made near the ancient city remains include prehistoric human skeletons together with metal tools, vessels and ornaments, brick bases of the Dvaravati period architecture and laterite ruins of the13th century.
Prasat Muang Sing was an important outpost of Angkor as it was mentioned in the Prasat Phra Khan inscriptions made during the reign of King Jayavarman VII.
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