Ubon Ratchathani Province Interactive Travel Guide
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The Ubon Ratchathani Province INTERACTIVE TRAVEL GUIDE includes HYPER-LINKS for:
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- Primary sightseeing attractions
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Pha Taem National Park is a highlight attraction of Ubon Ratchathani Province
To make the most of your valuable sightseeing time, download the Ubon Ratchathani 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: Huay Luang Waterfall, Pha Taem National Park, Pha Chana Dai Cliffs and Sam Phan Bok.
BONUS: The Ubon Ratchathani Province Travel Guide also includes the additional travel guide.
About: Ubon Ratchathani is the most eastern province of Thailand. It is located in the region known as Isarn and has Laos to its eastern border, and Cambodia to the south. There are a number of notable sightseeing attractions in the province, which include: PHA TAEM NATIONAL PARK, PHU CHONG NA YOI NATIONAL PARK, HUAY LUANG WATERFALL, and the interesting SAM PHAN BOK site, along the Mekong River. Note: The above-mentioned national parks have a number of waterfall sites which are a better sightseeing experience in the rainy season (June – October). The attraction of Sam Phan Bok is better to visit in the dry season, when river levels are lower.
To help you make the most of your valuable sightseeing time, download the Ubon Ratchathani 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: Huay Luang Waterfall, Pha Taem National Park, Pha Chana Dai Cliffs and Sam Phan Bok.
Huay Luang Waterfall is a highlight attraction of Phu Chong Na Yoi National Park
About: Huay Luang Waterfall is situated in PHU CHONG YA NOI NATIONAL PARK, in the south of Ubon Ratchathani Province (and along border of Cambodia and Laos). It’s a medium sized waterfall, and when in full flow (June – October) it’s an impressive sight.
Pha Taem National Park is a pristine wilderness area in Ubon Ratchathani Province
About: Situated in a remote region of Isan, PHA TAEM NATIONAL PARK is an off the beaten track travel and sightseeing experience. The national park borders the Mekong for approximately 35 km, north to south, and contains some unique geological features (mushroom rocks), picturesque waterfalls, ancient rock paintings and some very scenic hiking trails to viewpoints overlooking the majestic Mekong River, and Laos beyond. A number of dedicated hiking trails have been put in place to give sightseers the opportunity to experience the picturesque landscapes, and travel through some beautiful, untouched terrain.
Pha Taem national Park is quite possibly the best kept secret in Thailand tourism right now. It is definitely off the beaten track as there are no tour bus hordes scrambling over each attraction, to be seen anywhere. The majority who make their way there are normally the independent type traveler looking to get away from the mainstream tourist traps. If you want to get off the beaten track in the most eastern area of Thailand, then Pha Taem National Park is definitely worth a few days of your time.
BONUS: The Ubon Ratchathani Province Travel Guide also includes the additional travel guides for: The Khmer historical sites of PHANOM RUNG and PRASAT MUANG TAM.
Phanom Rung is a 1000 years old Khmer Temple, nearby Ubon Ratchathani
About: There are a number of well-preserved KHMER TEMPLES in the Isan Region of Thailand. Although not as large as the Khmer historical sites in Cambodia, they are impressive in terms of architecture/stonework, and the standard of preservation. In the southern Isan Province of Buriram there is two excellent Khmer sites, just a few kilometers apart. The two sites, PHANOM RUNG and PRASAT MUANG TAM, are located approximately 30 km from the Cambodian border and are a fantastic sightseeing experience, if you’re in the area.
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