For the land, the gateway to the northeast. Nakhon Ratchasima, better known as Korat, is the largest province in Thailand. And it is filled with the beauty of many attractions. It is also located not too far from Bangkok, making it one of the most popular tourist spots.
Nakhon Ratchasima’s most famous attraction is khao yai national park located in Pak Chong district and Wang Nam Kheow district. It is the largest forest area in Southeast Asia, making it a beautiful nature. It is also a beautiful place to stay at all levels and is very pleasant to spend time in, especially in pak Chong district, which is considered to be the most popular area for tourists due to its beauty in scenery and nature. Wang Nam Kheow is also a natural beauty spot.
And it was nicknamed Switzerland’s Northeast on Jim Thompson’s side. The farm is also a popular tourist spot for tourists to see the beauty of the blooming flowers on more than 600 acres of land, with a variety of flowers including gladiolus. While Chokchai Farm, located on Mittraphap Road, kilometre 159, is considered to be a very popular emerging tourist destination today. It has become another important attraction that will bring you a good experience of the cowboy lifestyle.
monument Tao Suranaree or Yamo, the symbol of Nakhon Ratchasima Province
In downtown Nakhon Ratchasima, there are many interesting and interesting attractions to visit in both parts of Nakhon Ratchasima. Nakhon Ratchasima Zoo, which is 545 rai and has more than 1,800 animals, is considered to be an interesting and interesting regional zoo to visit. Meanwhile, the Tao Suranaree Monument, located in the heart of the city, is another tourist destination that is very popular with tourists for its blessings.
His sculptures are cast in black gold and are 1.85 meters tall and weigh 325 kilograms, sculpted by Professor Silsil Pirasri, while the area that surrounds the Tao Suranaree Monument is filled with many korat’s old restaurants. Wat Sala Loi is an old temple and is full of old and historically relevant structures, and it is home to a pagoda memorial containing Suranaree’s ashes. The new orb has been praised for being very beautiful in the country.
In addition, Nakhon Ratchasima’s reputation comes from attractions such as Phimai Stone Castle, located in Phimai District, a Khmer architectural stone castle that is one of the most beautiful and famous in the country. It is estimated to have been built around the end of the 16th century in the reign of King Suriyaman I, considered to be another of the country’s most intact stone castles. Not far from the castle is the sight of Sai Ngam, which is a great place to see the sights of nature. On the side of Wat Ban Rai, it is also considered famous and has a lot of people paying homage to each other. On the side of Wat Non Kum or Wat Luang Phutto, it is located in the district of Mittraphap Road, Sikhio District, which is enshrined by The World’s Largest Somdej Phuttacharatto Promrai.
To get to Nakhon Ratchasima, you can use the bus service from Bangkok to here. You can drive yourself from Bangkok via Mittraphap Road. And turn right at Mueang Saraburi District. The distance from Bangkok to Nakhon Ratchasima is 261 kilometers.
Attractions in Nakhon Ratchasima Province
Thao Suranaree Monument
Phimai Historical Park
Khao Yai National Park
Dan Kwian Pottery Village
Sandstone Village Ban Nong Son
Wat Ban Rai
Northeastern Timber and Geosciences Research Institute
Korat 3D Painting Museum
Nakhon Ratchasima Zoo
Wat Sala Loi