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Gateway to the Northeast

Nakhon Ratchasima, or ‘Khorat,’ is Thailand’s largest province on the Northeast plateau, and is considered the gateway to other provinces in the region. The province is rich in Khmer culture and history. It is also a site of several prehistoric communities. Today, it is a popular destination, with natural and cultural attractions as well as agrotourism

01. Discover Thai heritage at the Khao Yai National Park

Khao Yai National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is Thailand’s oldest and best-known national park. The park is the nation’s second largest park and an ecological wonderland that boasts of more than 112 mammal species, including roaming families of elephants and elusive tigers, as well as an incredible 390 bird species. Nature study, trekking, bird watching and camping are popular activities while Heo Suwat and Heo Narok Waterfalls are among the highlights.
02. Enter the sacred walls of the Phimai Historical Park

One of the grandest and most important Khmer historical sites in Thailand, Phimai sanctuary was most likely, built at the end of the 16th Buddhist century and is in the shape of a rectangle. It consists of structures made of sandstone and laterite, all ornately carved with designs. The architectural style is that of the Baphuon style with some characteristics similar to Angkor Wat, which became popular at a later period.
03. Exotic pottery creations at the Dan Kwian Earthenware Village

The area used to be a rest area for caravans trading between Khorat and Cambodia. The Mun River flows through it, and villagers use clay from the riverbanks to make pottery. Dan Kwian is famous for unique potteries with durability, pliability, and a distinct rusty color.
04. Indulge the explorer in you at the Ban Prasat Archaeological Site

Ban Prasat is the second archaeological site to be set up as an outdoor museum, with a homestay program available for those who wish to learn more about the local community lifestyles. Discoveries include human skeletons and many pottery pieces dating back to the prehistoric times.
05. Go back to the basics with Nakhon Ratchasima’s Agrotourism

Famed for its agrotourism, Nakhon Ratchsima has a fully integrated dairy farm at Farm Chokchai, offering fun-filled activities such as milking, making fresh milk ice cream and horse riding. The vineyards of PB Valley Khao Yai Winery and Granmonte Vineyard are famous for producing Thailand’s premium wines. To combine both eco- and agro-tourism activities, visit the Wang Nam Khiao district. Resort packages include tours to various farms and orchards, vineyards, and nearby national parks that offer trekking and animal watching.
06. Silk is king at the Pak Thong Chai Silk Village

Pak Thong Chai is a small town noted for its silk production especially the Mut Mi silk. Several well-known Bangkok Thai-silk houses have their factories in Pak Thong Chai, while independent local weavers turn out hand-woven silk material with more traditional designs. Visitors can also enjoy an exhibition on silk production at the Pak Thong Chai Silk Cultural Center.
07. The spectacular Phimai Festival / Light & Sound Presentation

Held annually for more than a century, this festival, with its traditional longboat races, draws thousands of visitors from all over the world. This event is further enhanced by a light and sound presentation at Phimai Historical Park, with local art and cultural performances, various fun-filled competitions, and sales of local products and exhibitions.
08. A treat for all ages: The Jim Thompson Farm Tour

Thompson's development of the Thai silk industry is often cited as one of the great success stories of postwar Asia, and has transformed Thai silk into a world-class brand. Today, Jim Thompson Farm offers its annual tour from December to January. Mushroom cultivation, hydroponics flower gardens, silkworm rearing, decorative plant nurseries and large fields of colorful flowers are just a sampling of its many attractions.
09. Goods and treasures galore: Nakhon Ratchasima shopping

Nakhon Ratchasima has a wide variety of local products. Famous handicrafts are Dan Kwian earthenware of Chok Chai District, as well as silk and Mat Mi silk from Pak Thong Chai District.
10. Take your palate on a culinary tour: Nakhon Ratchasima Dining

Food here is highly seasoned, often cooked with herbs and spices. Popular dishes are Som Tam (green papaya salad), Lap (spicy minced meat salad), Kai Yang (grilled chicken), and steamed glutinous rice. Really worth a try are the noodles, which are usually stir fried with pork or chicken, ground peanuts, bean sprouts and eggs. The Khorat Noodle, or Mee Khorat, is a typical local dish.