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Saek Total population Unknown Regions with significant populations Thailand Languages Saek, Lao, Thai Religion Animism, Theravada Buddhism The Saek (Thai: แสก) or Tai Saek are an ethnic group of Laos and Thailand. The Saek are a part of the larger Tai ethnicity. Contents 1 Geographic distribution 2 Language 3 Culture 4 Religion Geographic distribution The center of the Saek population is the Mekong River in central Laos. A smaller Saek community makes its home in the Isan region of northeast Thailand, near the border with Laos. Language The language of the Saek people is also called Saek, and it is part of the northern Tai branch of the Kradai language family. Many Saek have also adopted the Lao language. Culture Most Saek cultural practices were either absorbed from the surrounding Lao and Thai cultures, or were practices common to the greater Tai ethnicity. However, the Saek are known for their round dances. Religion Most of the Saek in Laos adhere to their traditional beliefs, which include ancestor worship, with a small number adhering to Theravada Buddhism. Offerings are often made to spirits to prevent illness. Spirits often represent the forces of nature, and each Saek village typically has a guardian spirit. v · d · eEthnic groups in Thailand by language family     Tai Isan · Khorat Thai · Khün · Lanna · Lao · Lao Ga · Lao Krang · Lao Lom · Lao Loum · Lao Ngaew · Lao Song · Lao Ti · Lao Wieng · Lu · Northeastern Thai · Northern Thai · Nyaw · Nyong · Phu Thai · Phuan · Saek · Shan · Southern Thai · Tai Bueng · Tai Daeng (Red Tai) · Tai Dam (Black Tai) · Tai Gapong · Kaleun · Tai Nüa · Tai Wang · Tai Yuan · Thai (Central Thai) · Yoy Malayo-Polynesian Cham · Filipinos · Malay · Moken · Moklen · Pattani · Satun · Urak Lawoi Mon–Khmer Bru · Chong · Kensiu · Khmer · Kintaq · Kuy · Mani (Negrito) · Mon · Nyahkur (Nyah Kur, Chao-bon) · Nyeu · Pear · Sa'och · So · Vietnamese Khmuic Khmu · Lua · Mlabri · Phai · Pray · Tin Palaungic Blang · Lamet · Lawa · Mok · Palaung (De'ang) Tibeto-Burman Akha · Bamar · Bisu · Karen · Kayah · Lahu · Lisu · Lolo (Yi) · Mpi · Pa'o · Phrae Pwo · Phunoi · Pwo · S'gaw · Ugong · Chinese Chinese (general) · Han Chinese (Cantonese · Hakka · Hokkien · Teochew) Hmong-Mien Hmong · Yao/Iu Mien Other Farang · Indians · Iranians · Japanese · Koreans · Nepalis · Pakistanis · Portuguese