Baan Ta Rue
Baan Ta Rue is a village on the lake shore situated on Moo 9, Baan Ta Rue. It is the harbour for transporting fish. It is a small village with a nice atmosphere especially during winter. Most of the villagers here are fishermen, others are rafting guides and restaurant owners. The rafts for the tourists consist of temporary and overnight. There are food to be served and are fully decorated. The tourists can travel to Baan Ta Rue by starting from Uttaradit province, take the 1145 route for around 30 kilometers until you arrive at Ruam Jit T-junction take the left junction for 10 kilometers (to Amphur Ta Pla and Din Dam) until Amphur Ta Pla take the left junction to Baan Ta Rue for around 7 kilometers (to the Office of Accelerated Rural Development of Baan Sam Roi Met-Baan Ta Rue and the Office of Accelerated Rural Development of Baan Lerd Chai-Baan Huay Rok Chang). mple was located at the junction in the heart of the city. It is always full of Buddhist. Therefore, the villagers changed the name of the temple from Wat Ton Makam to WatTummatippatai.