Prasat Ban Phluang is a Hindu sanctuary situated at Ban Phluang, Tambon Kang-aen, Amphoe Prasat, Surin. It is a single east-facing sanstone tower on a laterite base, The building has single front entrance with false door on the remaining three sides. It is surroundded by a U-sharped pond.
Above the entrance the lintel depicts the God indra on his mont, the Airavare elephant,while the pediment depicts a source of Krishua lifting the Goverdhana Mountain. The lintel in the North depicts Krishna fighting with Kaliya a Naga serpent while the pediment depicts the God Indra on his mont. The basreliefs here are similar to those os the Baphuon period dating back to ca 11th 12th century A.D.