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  • Day 1 : Bangkok – Nakorn Rachasima (Khaoyai National Park)

    08.30am: Our Guide Will Pick Up You from the Hotel and Drive Straight to Khaoyai National Park (world Heritage). After Arrived, Then Trekking Along the Jungle to Visit “heaw Narok Waterfall” and Heaw Suwat Waterfall, the Most Famous in the Park. Then Continue Drive Pass to Stop At Pa Diew Dai and Pa Tom Chai Has Most Beautiful Scenery View of the Park for Enjoying Taking Some Photos. And Next Go to Do Parking Our Car and Walk Along the Trail About 200 Meters to Mor Singto Animal Observation House Where the Place Was Built By the Us Army in the Past. After that Walk Back to the Car and Getting On Our Car for Driving to Krua Kam Pan Thai Restaurant for Lunch and After Lunch, We Will Do Digestion By Continue Our Trip to Nong Pakchee Animal Observation House and Saisin Dam By Walking About 800 Meters from the Parking Point. Then Return to the Hotel and Check in and Relax On Your Own Time Until 18.30pm: We Will Go to See the Night Safari Tour from 19.00pm – 20.00pm. Then Return to Your Hotel After the Night Safari Tour.
    Note: Dinner is On Your Own Expense
    overnight in Khaoyai National Park

    • Meals & Drinks : Breakfast
  • Day 2 : Chaiyaphumi – Si Thep (Petchabun)

    Check Out and Drive to Chaiyaphumi Province and Visit Pa Hin Ngam National Park is Dotted with Large Rocks of Unusual Shapes, Some, for Instance, Resembling a Nail, a Serpent Head or An Ancient Castle. During the Early Part of the Rainy Season in July, Dok Krachiao or Siam Tulips (a Type of Jungle Flower with An Underground Bulb, Related to Ginger) Sprout Cheery Pink Blooms all Over the Area. With Winter, Orchids Emerge from Cracks in Rocks, Alongside Numerous Wild Flowers. After That, Drive Into the Downtown of Chaiyaphum and Make a Stop At Ban Khae Topiary Centre, Many Species and Sizes of Beautifully Manicured Plants are On Sale On Both Sides of Highway No. 201 Near Ban Khae. Locals Many Years Ago Took Up the Art of Topiary and have Become Renowned for Their Expertise. Amongst the Plants are Khoi (siamese Rough Bush) and Tako, Offered At Reasonable Prices as Garden Decoration. Another Stop for Lunch At a Local Restaurant Before Continuing Our Trip to Tat Ton National Park Covers Some Parts of Phu Laen Kha Mountain Range. There are Several Beautiful Waterfalls, But Its Namesake Waterfall Namtok Tat Ton is the Best. The Water Here Cascades Down Wide Rock Plateaus, Part of a Breathtaking View, Especially in the Rainy Season When There is Plenty of Water. In Addition, Chaopho Tat Ton (pu Duang) Shrine, Honoring An Ethnic Khmer Holy Man, is Widely Visited By Locals Who Come to Pay Respect to the Site Four Times a Year. The Park is also Home to Pha Lang Waterfall, Which is 32 Kilometers from the City On the Chaiyaphum-nong Bua Daeng Road, and Tat Fa Waterfall, Which is 25 Kilometers from the City On the Chaiyaphum-kaeng Khro Road. Now Enjoy Your Time for Swimming and Watching the Nature and Taking Some Photos Before We are Returning Back to Chaiyabhum Downtown for Overnight.
    Note: Dinner is On Your Own Expense
    overnight in Chaiyabhum Province

    • Meals & Drinks : Breakfast
  • Day 3 : Si Thep (petchabun) – Khao Khor (petchabun)

    After Breakfast, Driving to Si Thep Historical Park Contains the Ruins of Ancient Phetchabun, Encompassing Si Thep Ancient Town, Originally Called Mueang Aphai Sali. It is Believed to have Been Built During the Boom Years of the Ancient Khmer Empire, No Less Than 1,000 Years Old. The Historic Town is Surrounded By a Moat and a Mound; Inside, Ponds and Swamps Dot the Compound. And Next, if You are Tiring, Then We Will Visit Ban Phu Toei Hot Spring Park, this Natural Spring, Its Hot Water Bubbling to the Surface, is a Relaxing Venue for the Health-conscious. The Area Has Been Developed Into a Health Tourism Spot and Spa Services are Available Daily. These Include Mineral Water Bathing, Massages for the Feet and the Body, and other Spa Treatments. Stop for Having Some Lunch At a Local Restaurant. After Lunch, Drive Straight to Baan Kru Mineral Spring is Located At Tambol Pukam, Amphur Vichienburi. It is the Natural Mineral Spring with Water all Year and Does Not have Any Smell of Sulphur. It Was Found in 2006 During the Water Excavation. The Digger Dug for 42 Meters and Found the Hot Water At 48 Degrees Celcius. After Analysing, It Was Found to Provide Nutrients for the Body. Therefore, It Was Opened as a Mineral Spring Center. The Name of this Mineral Spring Came from the Owner’s Name Who is a Teacher in the Village. And Continue to Chao Doi Travel Village is Located At Mu 9, Khao Kho Sub-district, Khao Kho District, Phetchabun Province. It is Another Tourist Site of Khao Kho, Where a Large Number of Hmong People Live. In the Past, Hmong People Preferred to Grow a Lot of Opium. However, the Government Authority Launched a Campaign to Encourage People to Stop Growing Opium and Switch to other Agricultural Occupations. Currently, Hmong Hill Tribes Plant Maize and Upland Rice, Including Processed Bamboo Products, all of Which Generate An Income to Communities. After Entering the Village, Tourists Will Notice Houses and Livelihood of Hmong People as Well as Their Costumes Woven By Themselves, Including Livestock and Wooden Mortars for Pounding Rice in the Village. Hmong Villages are Usually On Highland or Hillsides, Easily Built of Natural Materials to Protect Them from Rainfall. There is also An Area for Adolescents to Play the Hmong Ball Tossing Game During the Hmong New Year Celebration. The End Destination Place for Today is Visiting to Khao Kho Royal Palace is Situated On Khao Ya, Tambol Sadohpong, Amphur Khao Kho and is 1,100 Meters High from the Mean Sea Level. It is the King and the Queen’s Accommodation During Their Visit to Amphur Khao Kho or Nearby. After That, Drive to Hotel. Check in and Relax On Your Own Time Afterwards.
    Note: Dinner is On Your Own Expense
    overnight in Khao Khor, Petchabun Province

    • Meals & Drinks : Breakfast
  • Day 4 : Lomsak (Petchabun) – Nam Nao National Park (Petchabun)

    After Breakfast and Leave for Drive to Rai B.n. Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Direct from Fields and Orchards are On Offer At this Farm, also Known as “rai B.n.”, with Availability Varying According to the Season. Visitors Can Buy Broccoli, Iceberg Lettuce and Eggplant, as Well as Strawberries, Lychees, Macadamia Nuts and More. Also On Offer are Preserved Fruits and Vegetables, Often Baked, Candied or Made Into Jams. Decorative Plants and Flowers, such as Bird of Paradise, Torch Ginger, and Those in the Heliconia Family are also Available. Visitors Can Explore the Vegetable Plots and Plant Growing and Take a Walk Around the Farm. Then Continue Drive to the Nam Nao National Park is An Immense Tract of Forest Which Has Remained Mostly Untouched. Its Pine Forests, Grasslands and Virgin Jungles are Home to a Large Number of Animals and More Than 100 Species of Birds. Between December and January, Temperatures Drop to as Low as 2-5 Degrees Celsius. Lunch At a Local Restaurant and After Lunch, and Then Drive Downward to Agro-tourism in Nam Nao District. There are Agro-tourism Places for Tourists to Enjoy in Nam Nao, for Example, Suan Nam Nao”, Which Has Various Flowers such as Sterling Rose, Chrysanthemum and Amaryllis. These Interesting Gardens Not Only Produce High-quality Plants and have Learning Centres, But also Process Products such as Thai Blueberry Wine and Lychee Wine. Then Transfer to Hotel. Check in and Relax On Your Own Time.
    Note: Dinner is On Your Own Expense
    overnight in Lomsak, Petchabun Province

    • Meals & Drinks : Breakfast
  • Day 5 : Khao Khor (Petchabun) – Chiangkan (Loei)

    We are Driving to Ban Thap Boek See the Beautiful View and Visiting to a Hmong Hill Tribe Village Called Ban Thap Boek. the Area Lies 1,768 Meters Above Sea Level and is Often Referred to as the Highest Point in Phetchabun Province. Mountainous Terrain and High Altitudes Guarantee Year-round Cool Weather for Visitors. and Then Drive to Lomsak District. Check in Hotel and Relax On Your Own Time Afterwards. and Then After That, Driving Further to Phra that Si Song Rak this Lao-style White Pagoda Was Built as a Symbol of a Mutual Friendship Between the Kings of Ayutthaya and Sri Sattana Khanahut (vientiane) Who Were Alliance Against in the Invasion of An Ancient Burmese Troop in Circa 1560. It is a Famous Religious Venue for Couples to Pray for Everlasting Love. Red Flowers and Red Attires are Prohibited in the Temple. Lunch Will Be Stopped and Ate in a Local Restaurant. After Lunch, We Will Drive Ahead to Visit Phu Ruea National Park, Located in Loei, One of the Coolest Provinces of Thailand. It is Rugged Mountain Range and also the Headwater of Many Rivers of Loei. Phu Ruea is the Highest Peak of 1,365m Above Sea Level. At the Top, It is Viewpoint that You Can Panoramically See Hueang and Khong Rivers. More Than Half of the Top of Phu Ruea is Covered with Low Shrubbery, Grasslands and Strangely Formed Rock Formations. Due to the Cool Climate the Area is Rich in Orchid Species Which Flower Throughout the Year. Pha Lon Noi is Good Point to See the Sun Rise. Phuruea Has Many Kinds of Plants and Wild Lives such as Wild Roses, Moss, Fern, Wild Orchid, Bear, Barking Deer, Boar, Hyena, Monkey, Squirrel, Wild Fowl, Rabbit, Turtle, as Well as Birds and Colorful Winter Flowers, such as Petunia and Christmas Trees, At this Nursery for Plants and Flowers. and Drive Straight to Chiangkhan, Loei Province.
    note: Dinner is On Your Own Expense
    overnight in Chiangkhan

    • Meals & Drinks : Breakfast
  • Day 6 : Loei (Chiangkan) – Nongkhai

    We are going to do Tak Bat (offering foods to monks) and sit a coffee shop to sip and get the fresh air of the Maekhong River as for the local knows that Chiang Khan is a lovely small town with restaurants, coffee and souvenir shops. Besides, it is the city is twin to Luang Prabang, Laos. There are more traditional and cultures to be explored by you. Check out and get on the car and driving along parallel the rim of Maekhong River and stop at the scenic spot for taking some photos of the beautiful views of locals and the Maekhong River. Later, we will continue to visit Arabica and coffee cultivated farms at Vilai’s farm in Baan Pherm where you can taste of some coffee, soup coffees and drip-bag coffees. Besides, you will see banana gardens and rubber trees to see how the locals growing and collecting. After that, we will continue to visit Wat Pa Pukon, Udornthani to see the beauty of the white large reclining Buddha image keeps in the temple on the top of mountain. Continue driving to visit Phu Phrabat Historical Park situated in Ban Phue District, this archeological site features a large number of ancient ruins and objects dating from prehistory. They are mostly from the Dvaravati, Lop Buri, and Lan Xang periods. The site is located in a lush forest called Pa Khua Nam. Within are many rocks of peculiar shapes, the result of a slow-moving glacier millions of years ago. Many of the ruins and objects found in the area were made from the materials found locally, and were not built entirely by hand – for instance, a rock decorated as a stupa, or chiseled into the shape of a foot. Pre-historic cave paintings, sandstone images and idols, and more are interesting sights to behold. The site was declared a historical park by the Fine Arts Department in 1991. We will have some lunch at the historical park’s restaurant and then after lunch and keep continue driving to Nongkai province.
    Note: Dinner is on your own expense
    Overnight in Nongkai province

    • Meals & Drinks : Breakfast
  • Day 7 : Nongkhai – Udornthani

    We are checking out and visit Nongkhai Governor’s Residence Museum which is located in the west of the town. This beautiful French colonial building that was once the Governor’s Residence. It was built in 1929 for the provincial commissioner, Yiam Patumthewaphiban and it was last used by the 37th Governor, Suphut Lawansiri who lived here as recently as 2007. The king and queen have visited here for lunch on three occasions. The building features some nice wooden louvers and wooden furniture and is full of photos of previous governors. After that, we are getting on the boat sightseeing along the Maekhong River and cruising to see beautiful views of Thailand and Laos river banks and will pass the 1st Thailand-Laos friendship bridge. Then back to the port and having lunch at Daeng Naemniang Nongkhai famous local restaurant. After lunch, we will drive to Sala Kaew Ku (also Keoku) sculpture park quirky or just plain bizarre, there’s no denying that it’s Nong Khai’s only “can’t-miss” attraction. The park’s countless dazzling sculptures were the life’s work of Boun Leua Sulilat, a Lao man who spent much of his early life absorbing mystical knowledge from an ascetic hermit named Kaew Ku, who lived in a cave in Laos. Sala Kaew Ku is Sulilat’s impressive attempt to bring this knowledge to life. While the striking depictions draw from a wide range of ancient beliefs, including animist folklore, Hindu mythology and Buddhist traditionalism, the execution is all Sulilat. Continue on to visit Baan Nahee Handicraft Village at Nisachol weaving house and having lunch in style of Laos’s steak. After lunch, we will give you free time to shopping and drive straight to Udonthani province.
    Note: Dinner is on your own expense
    Overnight in Udornthani province

    • Meals & Drinks : Breakfast
  • Day 8 : Udornthani Tours

    This Early Morning, We Will Visit Explore the Udornthani Dhesaban Morning Market. You Will See the Busy Life of Locals Bring Local Died and Fresh Foods for Selling and the Local Costs Here Cheap. After Walking in the Market, We Will Take You to Eat the Famous Local Dish as Khai Kata or Fried Eggs Mixed Pork in the Tray and Serving with Local French Bakes. After Breakfast, Then We Will Walk Back to Hotel and Leaving for Udon Sunshine Orchid Farm Where Garden is a Nursery Dedicated to Udon Sunshine, a Cross Between the Vanda and the Josephine Van Berrow Orchids. the Species, Registered with the United Kingdom’s World Orchid Society in 1988, is Known for Its Lovely Scent. It is One of the Few Orchids Used to Make Perfume, Branded for Sale with Its Species Name. and Next, We are Driving to Visit the Red Lotus Sea this Spectacular Site is Home to Millions of Lotus Flowers and Appropriately Named the Red Lotus Sea, or Talay Bua Daeng. and Then, We are Driving Ahead to Udornthani Downtown for Having Lunch At a Local Restaurant. After Lunch, We Will Visit to Udornthani Province and Stop for Visiting At Baan Chiang National Museum is Considered One of the Most Significant Archaeological Sites in Southeast Asia and Was Registered as a World Heritage Site in 1992. Excavations At a Large, Oval Mound At the Site Uncovered Pre-historic Artifacts, Especially Pottery and Bronze Implements. Since the Discovery of the Site in 1966, the Dating of Ban Chiang Artifacts Has Been Adjusted and Refined Over Time in Line with Advances in the Understanding and Techniques of Radiometric Dating. this Research Has Revealed that the Site Dates to as Early as 3,500 Years Ago and that the Site Was Continuously Occupied for At Least 2,000 Years. the Discoveries At the Site, from Both Neolithic and Bronze Age Civilizations, have Shown It Has Long Been a Habitation and Burial Site. After Baan Chiang, We Will Drive to Baan Dung District Where Its Famous for the Rock Salt and There is Only One District in the Northeastern of Thailand Has the Salt Paddy Field in Order to Explore and Observe How the Local People Here Process the Salts to Be Sold to all Around of Thailand. Later, Transfer to Your Hotel and Relax On Your Own Time Afterwards.
    note: Dinner is On Your Own Expense
    overnight in Udornthani Province

    • Meals & Drinks : Breakfast
  • Day 9 : Udornthani – Nongbua Lamphu

    We’re driving down to Nongbua Lamphu province and stop at Shell Fossil Museum, this museum features shell fossils from the Jurassic era, dating back to 140-150 million years ago. A number of bivalve fossils in good condition are on display. These fossils are found in 50-meter-high cliffs on nearby mountains. In addition, nearby, 60 dinosaur fossils were found in layers of siltstone, above layers where fossils of shells and ancient crocodiles were found. Then continue on to Wooden Ubosoth of Wat Chaoreon Songtham, the wooden Ubosot (chapel) of Wat Charoen Songtham (a temple), is compact and rectangular. Its high roof allows air to circulate, but also has beautiful, delicate carvings and gables featuring ornately-carved Garudas (mythic bird creatures). The Ubosot is 30 kilometers from Nong Bua Lam Phu town along Nong Bua Lam Phu-Sangsian Road. After that, we are heading to Khong Sawan Pottery Village, this handicrafts village is famed for its terracotta products, which are created using traditional methods. The items are available for sale by the roadside as well as in the village. Stop for local lunch at a local restaurant. And followed by Phu Kao-Phu Phan Kham National Park, Established in 1985, Phu Kao-Phu Phan Kham National Park is Thailand’s 50th national park. It covers a total area of 322 square kilometers, with two sandstone mountains blanketed by deciduous and evergreen forests. The park’s headquarters is located by the reservoir of Ubonrattana Dam, close to Phu Khan Kham mountains. There are many natural attractions at the site: Phu Phan Kham, a mountain with beautiful views of the Ubonrattana Dam reservoir from its peak; Phu Khao, a rugged sandstone mountain range; an ancient temple named Wat Phra Buddha Bat Phu Khao; caves such as Tham Suea Tok that have 1,500 year-old cave paintings; strange rock formations at the Ham Tang Stone Pillar area, and even waterfalls.
    Note: Dinner is on your own expense
    Overnight in Nong Bua Lamphu province

    • Meals & Drinks : Breakfast
  • Day 10 : Nongbua Lamphu – Khon Kaen

    At hotel
    After breakfast, leave for Khon Kaen province and en route will visiting to Phu Wiang National Park (Dinosaurus Excavation sited). This national park always reminds tourists about dinosaurs. Indeed, nobody had formerly ever though the Isan plateau was once home of dinosaurs. Until 1976 when a uranium survey team discovered a piece of fossil, which was examined by French specialists and declared that it was a left knee bone of a dinosaur. After that, serious execration has never ended until now. We will hike up to the mountain of Phuwiang and see nature and forests and also the excavation sited for Dinosaurus each displaying house. After that, we are visiting to The Temple of Pa Keng Cave, the Temple of Pa Keng Cave is a Buddhism Dhamma Retreat with shady surroundings. In the broad area of the temple stands a large wooden pavilion founded from cooperating of Nong Kam local people and other neighborhoods who are faithful in Wiang Kao District and Khon Khan Province. And driving straight to Khon Kaen downtown and stop for having lunch at a local restaurant on the way, after lunch we are heading to visit Buffalo Conservation Village where the villagers have kept and taking care a lot of water buffaloes until it was honored as the centre of develops and conserve Thai water buffalo which is now supported by the provincial livestock offices. Drop off at hotel. Check in and relax on your own time afterwards. And in the town visit Phra Mahathat Kaen Nakorn or the 9-storey Stupa is located in Wat Nong Waeng, a royal temple on Klang Mueang Road, where the relics of Lord Buddha and important Buddhist scriptures are located. Doors and windows of the 9-storey Stupa are beautifully craved the former reincarnations of the Lord Buddha, 16 classes of visible deities in the Brahmas world, and Buddhist rites while the history of the town are painted on the wall. On the top floor, where the Lord Buddha’s relics are located, is where the visitors can also enjoy the beautiful panoramic view of the city. Evening time recommend you visit Laeng Market is a night market along a street in Kam Hai Village, near Nong Khot Lake. It stretches, from one end to the other, over two kilometres. It is open from about 16:30 until around 20:00. As you walk through the market, you will see numerous stalls along both sides of the street. Goods sold here include a wide range of savoury dishes and desserts, local dishes, Khao Kaeng, both fresh and dried fish and frog and clothes
    Note: Dinner is on your own expense
    Overnight in Khon Kaen province

    • Meals & Drinks : Breakfast
  • Day 11 : Khon Kaen – Kalasin

    We are visiting to Baan Kok Sanga King Cobra Village In 1951, the local doctor Ken Yongla was the first who introduced the Cobra show to Ban Khok Sa-nga which draws a lot of people to the village. But with the dangerous fact that the cobra can spit its poison for two meters and caused blindness, Doctor Ken decided to conduct the show with teaching the specific skills to the villagers. The inheritance knowledge makes the village still famous from this cobra show until present which the villagers will organize after the harvest season aside from selling the local made herbal medicines. In the village, the snake show will be held at Wat Si Thamma consisting of different demonstrations include a snake dancing and snake boxing while King Cobra show historical exhibition and nursery are located nearby. And continue to Kalasin province and stop at Ban Lung Plueang Chairatsami or Khru Plueang, located in Baan Phontong, Tambol Phontong, Amphur Muaeng, Kalasin Province is an Isan folk musical prodigy whose talent is an ability to play and teach almost every kind of Northeastern folk musical instruments, including lute (phin), reed mouth-organ (can), log xylophone (pong lang) and etc. He is considered an expert particularly in “pong lang” because he has spent the total duration of 40 years studying, modifying and improving the indigenous musical instrument. It was developed from “kroa lo” or a tube of bamboo typically used to scare birds or crows in paddy fields, until it was eventually transformed into “pong lang” a musical instrument with a clear and sweet sound. Pong lang gives a sense of authentic Isan, so it gained popularity and is regarded as Isan’s iconic musical instrument equivalent to “reed mouth-organ”. Khru Plueang was declared a national artist in the field of performing art (folk music) in 1986. We are having lunch at a local restaurant. After lunch, visiting to Ban Phon Phrae Wa Silk Weaving Group, located in Baan Phon, Amphur Kammuang, this weaving center is renowned for its beautiful hand-woven silks, which are unique to the northeastern Phu Thai minority. The fabrics are made of Mat Mi silk, and boast exemplary workmanship. There are two main patterns: Lai Lak (principal pattern) and Lai Thaep (stripes). And followed by Phu Por Buddhist Palace, it is located at Tambol Phu Por, Amphur Muang Kalasin around 28 kilometers to the north of the Kalasin city. It is where the 2 ancient reclining Buddha statues built in the Dvaravadee Kingdom is located. Both statues are the beloved ones of the Kalasin people and nearby provinces. The first statue is located on the foothills on the ascent. The second statue is located on Phu Por. Apart from being the location of both Buddha statues, Phu Por also has beautiful nature suitable for relaxation. We’ll end this day on visiting to Phu Faek Forest Park (Dinosaur Footprints), the Phu Faek Forest Park is home to rolling hills and a lush deciduous dipterocarp forest. Large trees such as the Makha (Afzeliaxylocarpa), Taengwood Balau and Red Meranti fill the forest, and squirrels, tree shrews, civets and hares also call it home. In November 1996, a family noticed strange footprints in the middle of a rock terrace at a ravine near Phu Faek foothill. They later informed geologists who came to survey the site. There, they discovered seven footprints belonging to carnivorous dinosaurs, believed to have been alive 140 million years ago. At present, only four footprints can be seen clearly. Then drop off at hotel nearby the Lam Pao river bank.
    Note: Dinner is on your own expense
    Overnight in Karasin province

    • Meals & Drinks : Breakfast
  • Day 12 : Karasin – Roi Et

    Breakfast At Hotel
    depart for Roi Et Province and the First Stop to Visit At Prang Ku, or Prasat Nong Ku, is a Complex of Khmer-style Religious Ruins that Once Served as a Hospice and Medical Facility Originating from the 12th-13th Century. Its Layout Resembles An “arogayasala” (which Means Hospital) – and Comprises a Main Prang (spire), a Library, Wall and Entrance Pavilions, and a Pond Outside of the Walls. The Ruins are in Good Condition, Especially the Roof Structure of the Main Prang. And Then Next is Visiting to Thung Kula Rong Hai Has Spanning Over 800,000 Acres and Five Provinces, this Dry Area (thung in Thai) is Mostly Contained Within Roi Et Province. According to Legend, the Ethnic Minority Kula People Were Nomadic Traders Known for Their Strength and Determination. However, They Experienced such Hardship in Attempts to Traverse this Area Due to the Arid Conditions, that Even They Cried (ronghai in Thai). During the Dry Season, the Land is Parched and Cracked. and the Last of Roi Et is Vising to Ban Wai Luem At Maba Sub-district, Thawat Buri District, Roi Et Province On the Roi Et-yasothon Route At Kilometer Markers 145-145 is a Famous Silk Weaving Village Under the Otop Project At the Provincial and National Levels. Additionally, It is a Center of Selling Local Handicrafts such as Cotton Bags, Ready-made Clothes, Etc. And End of the Day We Will Visit the Mueang Roi Et Municipality Aquarium Has Two Buildings, the First Comprising An Auditorium, Lecture Rooms, Exhibition Rooms, Offices, a Ticket Booth and a Souvenir Shop. The Second Features An Aquarium with 24 Small Tanks and One 16-meter-long Tank with a Capacity of 400 Cubic Meters of Water. A “bio-filter” System Keeps the Massive Freshwater Fish Tank Clean and Habitable. The Must-see Highlight of the Aquarium is Its Underwater Glass Tunnel, Which Allows Guests to View the Marine Environment from Beneath. After That, We are Transferring to Hotel. Check in and Relax On Your Own Time Afterwards.
    Note: Dinner is On Your Own Expense
    overnight in Roi Et Province.

    • Meals & Drinks : Breakfast
  • Day 13 : Roi Et – Mahasarakam

    Check Out and Then Depart for Maharakam Province and Make a Stop to Visit Ban Isan Museum is Another Interesting Place that Shows the Way of Life of the Isan People. It is Located a Short Way from Phra that Na Dun. The Museum is a Research Project of Maha Sarakham University. It Comprises Model Houses of the Various Tribes in the Region and There are Exhibitions Displaying Household Items. Before Transfer to Your Hotel, We Will Stop At Khong Kut Wai Fish Sanctuary. This Lake and Fish Sanctuary is Home to Over 100 Species of Freshwater Fish. Visitors Often Come to Pass Afternoons Feeding the Fish and Resting By the Lake. And Stop for Having Lunch At a Local Restaurant Before Visiting to Walai Rukhavej Botanical Research Institute, Located East of Phra that Na Dun (the Buddhist Park of the Northeast), this Institute Researches the Conservation and Distribution of Flora in the Region. It also Conducts Studies to Improve Local Plant Species. Inside are a Bamboo Garden, Herb Garden and An Isan (northeastern) Cart Museum. Moreover, the Isan Traditional House Museum Gives Visitors a Chance to Explore the Typical Homes of the Ethnic Minority Phu Thai People, of Local Fishermen, Musicians, Doctors and Weavers. And Then Next is Visiting to Kosamphi Forest Park Was Established in 1976 and Covers 50 Acres of Tree-shaded Land. The Park is Home to Different Types of Large Trees such as Yang (rubber Trees), Thai Crape Myrtle (lagerstroemia Floribunda) and Kadam (anthocephaluschinensis), Their Branches Creating a Continuous Canopy. A Natural Pond Completes the Beautiful Surroundings. Lastly, Visiting to Ban Phaeng is the Name of An Old Village Founded in 1823 or 191 Years Ago. It is Famous for Top-notch Reed Mats Purchase It for Your Souvenirs.
    Note: Dinner is On Your Own Expense
    overnight in Mahasarakam Province

    • Meals & Drinks : Breakfast
  • Day 14 : Mahasarakam – Khon Kaen

    After breakfast, relax until time for transfer you to Khon Kaen province for flight back to Bangkok or maybe stay in the car for driving back to Bangkok.
    Note: Lunch and Dinner are on your own expense
    End of your trip.

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    • Meals & Drinks : Breakfast

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