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Roi-Et intro. The name of Roi-Et province in Thailand translates to 101, an exaggerated figure meant to stress the importance of the 11 gates which surrounded its main city and the 11 cities which were once under its control. Unfortunately, many remains of Roi-Et’s ancient history have been lost with modern development but many historic monuments, temples and hotels in Roi-Et still remain. Most Roi-Et hotels are located in the capital city and most are low-budget accommodations but mid-range hotels in Roi-Et, including one with a large pool, are also available at affordable prices. Tourist attractions in the city of Roi-Et include the colourful murals at Wat Klang Ming Muang, the world's tallest Buddha in a blessing pose at Wat Burapha, and serene Phalanchai Lake. The lake is known as the main symbol of the province of Roi-Et and is a relaxing oasis filled with fish, flowers and rowers in the heart of the city of Roi-Et.