Insignia: The provincial insignia consists of Phu
Thok, Bueng Khong Long and Trees within the Thai pattern
Phu Thok means a mountain that looks like a
single outstanding mountain and in other words refers to Phu
Thok, which is well-known to the public, the Phu Thok in
Bueng Kan Province with a 7-storey wooden bridge and stairs.
The surrounding scenery can be observed from here. This
place was created with Buddha's faith for five years,
compared to the path of dharma, leading the faithful minds
to the world of the earth to the world beyond or the world
of liberation with perseverance and determination, a place
to exercise and practice the ministry of monks and
communities, which is also a tourist attraction called
"Buddharak", which is one of the most important pilgrimage
or dharma pilgrimage tourism.
Bueng Khong Long means a large source of
fresh water that is a source of sustenance for all living
things, regardless of mankind, small and big animals or
plants. It is an eco-tourism attraction recognized globally,
which was announced as a hunt prohibited area in Bueng Khong
Long in 1992 and registered as the world's No. 1,098 wetland
(Wetland of International Importance) in 2001, which is the
second place in Thailand and the first in the Northeast.
This represents the richness of water of Bueng Kan land and
most importantly, it is a sacred water source of the
province. The water from Bueng Khong Long was used for the
sacred Buddha images for participating in many important
Trees mean the humidity, abundance, a
dwelling and sustenance of all people and animals. This
represents the abundance with many valuable forests and
plants of Bueng Kan Province, as well as a large number of
rare animals living in the area.