About Thailand




    Northeast known as “Isan” in Thai, The Northeast consists mostly of a plateau. It has large numbers of tourist spots, especially sites of historical and archaeological significance.
Nakhon Ratchasima (259 km. from Bangkok) or Khorat for short, is the gateway, where is located “The Prasat Hin Phimai, “Khmer-style stone shrine.
BuriRam (410 km.), is where the largest- Khmer style stone temple, :Prasat Hin Phanom Rung,” is located. Surin (457 km) the land of elephants, is the world famous for its Elephant Round-Up taking place. Khon Kaen (499 km), is one of the commercial centers famous for local product – Matmee Silk – and Dinosaur’s fossils at Phu Wiang National Park. Udon Thani (564 km.) is famous for its World Heritage site – Ban Chiang Village – of ancient civilization.