It's a small town with a folk museum and a famous pagoda, but not much else to draw tourists away from Bangkok and Pattaya. Except for the Phi Ta Khon Festival ("Ghosts with Human Eyes"), held every year at different times depending on the spiritual conditions (in 2014, on the weekend of June 27th).
The festival begins begins with a Buddhist ceremony that invokes guardian spirits, followed by a procession of the men in the village, nude except for rice-husk loincloths, covered with river mud, waving giant wooden phalluses of various sizes and shapes.
The third day is devoted to Buddhist sermons, prayer and meditation.
See also: The Penis Shrine of Thailand.