Sisa Asoka. (ศีรษะอโศก) The chemical-free and Buddhism-devout community acquires over 100 rais area in Tambon Krachaeng. Sisa Asoka is community model in self sufficiency, turning it back to capitalism and prefer Buddhism-devout lifestyle. Its remarkable success attracts organizations from nationwide to study its story, and tourists to shop for chemical-free fruit, vegetable, and herbs from the village’s outlet.
Namtok Phu La-or. (น้ำตกภูละออ) Situated in Phanom Dongrak Wildlife Sanctuary, Tambon Sao Thongchai, the small waterfall turns vibrant during September to February. Roundtrip trekking from parking area to the falls is 4 kilometres where tourist can enjoy nature trail featuring knowledge about plants and landscape. How to get there: Use highway 221 (Kantaralak-Pha Mor E-Dang) for 23 km, then use Ban Phume Sarol-Namtok Samrong Kiat Rd. for 8 km, turn right and keep going via asphalted road for 2.5 km to the parking area.
Fruit Orchard of Sisaket.(เส้นทางเที่ยวชมสวนชิมผลไม้ศรีสะเกษ) Some 5 km from Amphoe Kantaralak, on the right of highway 226 (Kantaralak-Pha Mor E-Dang) there is a 20 km (16 km on asphalt road) cutting through villages such as Ban Thung Yai, Ban Thung Sawang, Ban Rongtachun, Ban Cham Muang, and Ban Nong Kao. These villages are significant fruit producers of Sisaket. Their major products include rambutan, durian, lanson, mangosteen, stink beam and rubber.
Every June, fruit offspring from these orchards will be available, making it a very nice period to visit, tasting and buying the fruit directly from the plantation. The interesting orchards include rambutan plantation of Ban Cham Muang, durian plantation of Ban Sam Ki Lek, stink beam and year-round mango at Ban Nong Kao.
--globe-trotter 16:58, 14 February 2010 (EST)