Phimai historical park is situated at the Phimai town of Nakhon Ratchasima province in Thailand protecting one of the most significant temples named Khmer. The holy place marks one end of the ancient Khmer highway from Angkor and It is about 60km north of Phimai which is a significant town in the Khmer empire of Thailand. The antique Khmer town is delimited by a moat adjoining to the Mun River. Phimai is the biggest Khmer wreck multifaceted in Thailand including an internal moated town. The Temple complex is delimited by a late-rite wall including the usual constructions, naga patios, gopuras, pavilions and a library where there are 3 sandstone towers, the key feature of inner courtyard. It is the most excellent example of Khmer architecture in Thailand.
The previous houses a big statue of King Jayavarman who reigns throughout its structure. Phimai has alike facial appearance to those at Phnom Rung having an entrance through long walkway with patios of the stone railings which are formed as serpents or Nagas. These Nagas have manifold flashing heads which are crowned acting as protector of the world & water are to be seemed to symbolize the rainbow and the linkage between the men and the Gods. Just northern side of Phimai historical park is the Phimai National Museum which residences Khmer relices and workings of art as of excavations is not only from Phimai but also additional Khmer wrecks in south I’san. UNESCO nominated the Phimai as World heritage site for upcoming list for its significant architectural designed of Khmer temple and lovely natural surroundings of Phimai historical park.