Prasat Non Ku
It is situated at Ban Kok Kok, Mu 7, Tambon Khorat, 3 kilometres from the Wat Yanasophitawanaram crossroads. It is a small ancient remain made of bricks and sandstone. Its plan is in a rectangle shape, facing towards the east. It comprises a single prang on a high base and 2 Wihan structures facing towards the prang. These are surrounded with a boundary wall with entrance archways (Gopura) on the east and the west. Moreover, at the ground between the 2 Wihan structures lies a Nandin bull, crouching in a respectful manner towards the main sanctuary where the spirit of the Hindu God Shiva is believed to reside. In 1991-1992, a lot of archaeological evidence was excavated, creating an assumption that this place might possibly be a Hindu shrine, constructed in an ancient Khmer style of art during the 11th century.