Pak Khat (Thai: ปากคาด) is a small district (amphoe) bordering the Mekong River in the eastern part of Nong Khai Province, northeastern Thailand, aka Isaan. The king amphoe or minor district was established on October 1 1978, when it was split off from Phon Phisai district.
Neighboring districts are Bueng Kan, So Phisai, and Rattanawapi - all in Nong Khai Province. On the opposite Mekong river banks is the Laotian province of Bolikhamxai.
Pak Khat is a small but vivid town, nestled along the Mekong river. Sunsets can be amazing as you can see from below pictures.