Sisaketball is a province of Thailandball. It is located in Northeastern Thailand (Isan) and borders Cambodiaball. It is primarily located on the valley of the Mun River, which is a tributary of the much larger Mekong River. It was established in 1998.
The province is named after Preah Vihear, an ancient Khmer temple, known as Khao Phra Wihan in Thai, which is the centre of a border dispute. The temple faces north and was built to serve Sisaketball. However, since the 1950s, it's been back and fourth in Thai territory & Khmer territory. It is currently in Cambodiaball, but you can enter from Thailandball.
The main ethnic groups that live in Sisaketball are the Kui, Lao, Khmer, and Yer. The majority of people, however, speak Lao. The provincial seal has the ancient Khmer temple Prasat Hin Ban Samo, which is speculated to be about a thousand years old. The provincial flower is the White Cheesewood, which has six petals, each representing the six original districts of the province.