Phnom Yat is a cultural and historical site with an ancient pagoda built by Kola natives (Shan migrants from Myanmar) in 1922 enshrined the Myanmar culture. The site is worshipped by the local people and passerby who have a strong belief. The mountain is 60 meters high, 700 meters long, 300 meters wide and covers 30,000 square meters. The top of the mountain is accessible by foot on a staircase of 242 steps or by vehicle. A gigantic Buddha statute just built on top of the hill. It highs 26m in face to the west featuring of evil defeating. Further, at about 50 meters from the foot of the mountain is Wat Rattanak Sopoan. A pagoda walled with bas-relief depicting the Hindu saga the story of the churning of the ocean milk similar to those in the Angkor Wat temple. Phnom Yat is located in the town.