Bueng Kan Province Interactive Travel Guide

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The Bueng Kan Province INTERACTIVE TRAVEL GUIDE includes HYPER-LINKS for:

  • Google maps
  • Agoda Direct Booking
  • Travel options using 12GOASIA
  • Primary sightseeing attractions
  • Routes and distances from central points to sightseeing attractions
  • Great value for money accommodation options (mid-range and budget)
  • Recommended tour operators
  • Recommended motorbike and car rental outlets
  • Recommended restaurants/eateries
  • YouTube highlights videos

To make the most of your valuable sightseeing time, download the Bueng Kan Province Interactive PDF and use it as your DIGITAL TRAVEL GUIDE to plan your outings to the various sites in and around the area.

This interactive travel guide provides in-depth information, including directions and how to get there, for the highlight attractions of: The Three Whales Rocks, The Naka (Snake) Cave Trail, Wat Phu Tok Temple Mountain, Chet Si Waterfall and Tham Phra Waterfall.

BONUS: The Bueng Kan Province Travel Guide also includes the additional travel guides for: The Erawan Temple Cave (Loei Province).   

SCENIC LANDSCAPE

The scenic landscape of Bueng Kan Province

About:  Bueng Kan was the last province (the 77th) formed in Thailand. It sits between Nong Khai and Nakhon Phanom Provinces. If you look at a map of Thailand it occupies the far north-eastern corner of the country, where the Mekong River does a big curve and heads south. It tends to be a place which is largely unknown and even most Thais I’ve spoken with, know very little about the place. To be sure it’s a bit of an off the beaten track location with foreign tourists being few, and far between. Its primary attraction is the lack of development and it’s unspoiled, natural beauty. The geology of the province is predominantly red-sandstone, which punctuates the landscape with dramatic, sheer-sided peaks and massive boulders.  There are a number of exceptional wilderness areas which offer hiking to magnificent viewpoints, and picturesque waterfalls.

To help make the most of your valuable sightseeing time, download the Bueng Kan Province Interactive PDF and use it as your DIGITAL TRAVEL GUIDE to plan your outings to the various sites in and around the area. This interactive travel guide provides in-depth information, including directions and how to get there, for the highlight attractions of: The Three Whales Rocks, The Naka (Snake) Cave Trail, Wat Phu Tok Temple Mountain, Chet Si Waterfall and Tham Phra Waterfall.

Mega World Asia The Three Whales Rocks

The Three Whales Rocks site is a highlight attraction in Bueng Kan Province

Phu Sing Forestry Park: This is one of the best sightseeing locations in Bueng kan Province, and has an attraction called the THREE WHALES ROCKS. Situated approximately 27 km south east of Bueng Kan Township, the Forest Park features two massive (and a smaller third one) horizontal, sandstone rocks, which protrude from a jungle covered peak, and have the appearance of whales. Spectacular views, and vertical drops to the surrounding landscape, are also a feature of the site.

THE NAKA CAVE TRAIL

The Naka (snake) Cave trail is a fantastic hike in Bueng Kan Province

The Naka Cave Trail: This is a challenging hiking trail in the southern section (near the border of Nakhon Phanom Province) of Bueng Kan Province. The trail is part of the PHU LANGKA NATIONAL PARK. It ascends the highest peak (455meters) in the province, and provides spectacular views of the surrounding landscape. It also has a couple of small caverns, with rock formations which have surfaces resembling the scaled skin of a snake.

WAT PHU TOK

Wat Phu Tok is an amazing Buddhist Temple on a mountain, in Bueng Kan Province

Wat Phu Tok: This is a unique Buddhist Temple site, located approximately 45 km South East of Bueng Kan Township. The temple grounds include a large sandstone pinnacle which has been developed for sightseeing. Stairways, walkways and trails have been put in place to enable sightseers to ascend to the top of the pinnacle, and also circumnavigate it.

BONUS: The Bueng Kan Province Travel Guide also includes the additional travel guides for: The Erawan Temple Cave (Loei Province).

Mega World Asia Erawan Cave

The Erawan Temple Cave is a highlight attraction in Loei Province

About: ERAWAN TEMPLE CAVE, in Loei Province, is one of the best and biggest mountain caves in Thailand. It’s on the grounds of a Buddhist temple and located right on the provincial borders of Loei and Nong Bua Lamphu. The site is located approximately 100 km due west of Udon Thani City. The primary feature of the cave is the large Golden Buddha statue in the main entrance.     

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