Sa Kaeo City Pillar Shrine (ศาลหลักเมือง)
Situated withing Suan Kanchanaphisek, the Golden Jubilee Park, 4km west of Sa Kaeo City on Highway 33 is the Sa Kaeo City Pillar Shrine.
The shrine is in the Khmer style and comprises an elevated main prang (a tall, finger like, carved spire), 7m wide and 19m high, which is surrounded by four small, equidistant prangs, all facing south. The five prangs are white in colour. Within the shrine stands the golden plated city pillar made of Chaiyaphruek or cassia wood, 3m high and 40cm in diameter. The interior of the shrine is richly adorned, and also contains two plaques which describe the history of the province and the shrine.
This shrine is evidence of the solidarity of the people and a symbol of the loyalty to King Rama IX, as well as a centre of spirit and unity of the people of Sa Kaeo province.