3-Day Guided Tour of Isan from Bangkok with Hotel Accommodations

 

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Description

Explore Thailand's Isaan region on a 3-day guided tour! Visit the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Khao Yai National Park, cruise down the Mekong River and discover the wonders of the Khmer Empire as you drop by temple ruins and historic parks.

Cancellation Policy

  • Any cancellations made between 50 business days (07:00 local time) to 30 business days (07:00 local time) prior to the activity will be subject to a charge of 15% of the total amount.
  • Any cancellations made between 30 business days (07:00 local time) to 15 business days (07:00 local time) prior to the activity will be subject to a charge of 50% of the total amount.
  • Any cancellations made after 07:00 local time, 15 business days prior to the activity will be subject to a charge of 100% of the total amount.

Tours

Solo Room

Min/Max Quantity To Book

  • Maximum 1 tickets can be booked

Inclusion

  • Meal (refer to the details in the schedule)
  • Transportation fee
  • Tax
  • Admission fee
  • Accommodation fee
  • English-speaking guide

Duration

  • 11 (hrs) (Approx.)

Schedules

21:50:41 Pick-up from BKK Airport, DMK Airport or Specific Hotels in Central Bangkok

Day: Day1
Khao Yai National Park
Travel from Bangkok to the rural province of Prachinburi and get to Khao Yai National Park, Thailand's first-ever national park. Covering an area of around 2,000 square kilometers, the park features tropical seasonal forests and grasslands and is home to diverse flora and fauna.
Day: Day1
Haew Narok Waterfall (Heo Narok Waterfall)
Explore the park and go on an easy 3-kilometer hike to see the Haew Narok Waterfall. For better views, climb down steep stairs to see all three drops, combining for a total of over 150 meters in height. Take in the majestic views of the waterfalls, which is at its best during the rainy season.
Day: Day1
Korat (Nakhon Ratchasima)
Visit the park's headquarters and see results of scientific studies conducted on rare species of animals that are in danger of extinction. Afterwards, exit the park and admire magnificent mountain views along the way. Continue to Korat, Isan's biggest city, where you will spend the night.
Day: Day1
Accommodation
Hotel: Kantay Korat Meals: Lunch and dinner
Day: Day1
Phimai Historical Park
After breakfast, head to Prasat Hin Phimai to discover the wonders of the Khmer Empire. The temple marks one end of the Ancient Khmer Highway which connects Phimai and Angkor. See buildings built from 11th to 12th centuries and get a feel of Thailand's rich culture and history during your visit.
Day: Day2
Phanom Rung Historical Park
Continue on the Dharmasala route and stop by the temple of Phanom Rung in Buriram Province. Explore this Hindu Khmer Empire temple complex and get to see some of the finest carvings in bas-relief which greatly showcase Khmer artisanship.
Day: Day2
Prasat Muang Tam
Drop by another splendid jewel of Khmer art, Prasat Muang Tam, which is also located in the province of Buriram. The temple is oriented towards the east, with a central sanctuary dedicated to both Hindu gods Shiva and Vishnu.
Day: Day2
Ubon Ratchathani
Have lunch en route to Ubon Ratchathani. Then, visit Prasat Sikhoraphum, one of the most ancient Khmer temples, which is composed of five sandstone and brick towers on a base made of laterite. Originally intended for Hinduism, the temple has been converted for use by Buddhists in the 16th century.
Day: Day2
Wat Sa Kamphaeng Yai
Depending on the conditions during the day, get the chance to visit Prasat Wat Sa Kamphaeng Yai, the largest and best-preserved Khmer temple complex in Si Sa Ket. The temple's name means 'great wall' and was originally a shrine dedicated to Shiva before being converted to a Mahayana Buddhist temple.
Day: Day2
Accommodation
Hotel: Tohsang City Hotel Meals: Breakfast, lunch and dinner
Day: Day2
Ban Sai Mun
Have a delightful breakfast then head to the village of Ban Sai Mun, a town thriving with art and craftsmanship. See local artisans produce bronze gongs, make moulds and decorate bronze discs which are used in Buddhist temples throughout the country.
Day: Day3
River Cruise Sailing
Continue to Khongjiam, the confluence of the Mekong and Mun rivers. Enjoy an exciting river cruise and admire views of unspoiled natural landscapes. Reach the opposite bank of the river and see how the people of a Laotian village go about their daily lives (alighting from the boat is not possible).
Day: Day3
Pha Taem National Park
After lunch, visit Pha Taem National Park, which is located along the Mekong River. See the bizarre rock formations of Sao Chaliang then go on a hike up Lan Hin Taek. Proceed to a visitor center and see panoramic views of Laos before the tour ends. Meals: Breakfast and lunch
Day: Day3
08:50:41 Drop-off at Ubon Ratchathani Airport (UBP) or Select Hotels in Ubon Ratchathani

Day: Day3

Check In/Pickup Location Details

  • Pick-up time is an estimate only and may change depending on the weather, local conditions and number of participants. The exact pick-up time will be confirmed by leaving a message through the hotel reception.
    Please refer to the attached PDF for a list of hotels included on this tour. Note that additional fees will apply for pick-ups from Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK), Don Mueang International Airport (DMK) or hotels in Don Mueang, Bang Na, Nonthaburi and Suvarnabhumi area. Please select the necessary add-on upon booking.
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Twin Room

Min/Max Quantity To Book

  • Minimum Tickets: 2 & Maximum Tickets: 2

Inclusion

  • Meal (refer to the details in the schedule)
  • Transportation fee
  • Tax
  • Admission fee
  • Accommodation fee
  • English-speaking guide

Duration

  • 11 (hrs) (Approx.)

Schedules

21:50:41 Pick-up from BKK Airport, DMK Airport or Specific Hotels in Central Bangkok

Day: Day1
Khao Yai National Park
Travel from Bangkok to the rural province of Prachinburi and get to Khao Yai National Park, Thailand's first-ever national park. Covering an area of around 2,000 square kilometers, the park features tropical seasonal forests and grasslands and is home to diverse flora and fauna.
Day: Day1
Haew Narok Waterfall (Heo Narok Waterfall)
Explore the park and go on an easy 3-kilometer hike to see the Haew Narok Waterfall. For better views, climb down steep stairs to see all three drops, combining for a total of over 150 meters in height. Take in the majestic views of the waterfalls, which is at its best during the rainy season.
Day: Day1
Korat (Nakhon Ratchasima)
Visit the park's headquarters and see results of scientific studies conducted on rare species of animals that are in danger of extinction. Afterwards, exit the park and admire magnificent mountain views along the way. Continue to Korat, Isan's biggest city, where you will spend the night.
Day: Day1
Accommodation
Hotel: Kantay Korat Meals: Lunch and dinner
Day: Day1
Phimai Historical Park
After breakfast, head to Prasat Hin Phimai to discover the wonders of the Khmer Empire. The temple marks one end of the Ancient Khmer Highway which connects Phimai and Angkor. See buildings built from 11th to 12th centuries and get a feel of Thailand's rich culture and history during your visit.
Day: Day2
Phanom Rung Historical Park
Continue on the Dharmasala route and stop by the temple of Phanom Rung in Buriram Province. Explore this Hindu Khmer Empire temple complex and get to see some of the finest carvings in bas-relief which greatly showcase Khmer artisanship.
Day: Day2
Prasat Muang Tam
Drop by another splendid jewel of Khmer art, Prasat Muang Tam, which is also located in the province of Buriram. The temple is oriented towards the east, with a central sanctuary dedicated to both Hindu gods Shiva and Vishnu.
Day: Day2
Ubon Ratchathani
Have lunch en route to Ubon Ratchathani. Then, visit Prasat Sikhoraphum, one of the most ancient Khmer temples, which is composed of five sandstone and brick towers on a base made of laterite. Originally intended for Hinduism, the temple has been converted for use by Buddhists in the 16th century.
Day: Day2
Wat Sa Kamphaeng Yai
Depending on the conditions during the day, get the chance to visit Prasat Wat Sa Kamphaeng Yai, the largest and best-preserved Khmer temple complex in Si Sa Ket. The temple's name means 'great wall' and was originally a shrine dedicated to Shiva before being converted to a Mahayana Buddhist temple.
Day: Day2
Accommodation
Hotel: Tohsang City Hotel Meals: Breakfast, lunch and dinner
Day: Day2
Ban Sai Mun
Have a delightful breakfast then head to the village of Ban Sai Mun, a town thriving with art and craftsmanship. See local artisans produce bronze gongs, make moulds and decorate bronze discs which are used in Buddhist temples throughout the country.
Day: Day3
River Cruise Sailing
Continue to Khongjiam, the confluence of the Mekong and Mun rivers. Enjoy an exciting river cruise and admire views of unspoiled natural landscapes. Reach the opposite bank of the river and see how the people of a Laotian village go about their daily lives (alighting from the boat is not possible).
Day: Day3
Pha Taem National Park
After lunch, visit Pha Taem National Park, which is located along the Mekong River. See the bizarre rock formations of Sao Chaliang then go on a hike up Lan Hin Taek. Proceed to a visitor center and see panoramic views of Laos before the tour ends. Meals: Breakfast and lunch
Day: Day3
08:50:41 Drop-off at Ubon Ratchathani Airport (UBP) or Select Hotels in Ubon Ratchathani

Day: Day3

Additional Notes

  • Children below 2 years old are free of charge.

Requirement(s) - other

  • Children below 2 years old are free of charge.

Check In/Pickup Location Details

  • Pick-up time is an estimate only and may change depending on the weather, local conditions and number of participants. The exact pick-up time will be confirmed by leaving a message through the hotel reception.
    Please refer to the attached PDF for a list of hotels included on this tour. Note that additional fees will apply for pick-ups from Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK), Don Mueang International Airport (DMK) or hotels in Don Mueang, Bang Na, Nonthaburi and Suvarnabhumi area. Please select the necessary add-on upon booking.
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Triple Room

Min/Max Quantity To Book

  • Minimum Tickets: 3 & Maximum Tickets: 3

Inclusion

  • Meal (refer to the details in the schedule)
  • Transportation fee
  • Tax
  • Admission fee
  • Accommodation fee
  • English-speaking guide

Duration

  • 11 (hrs) (Approx.)

Schedules

21:50:41 Pick-up from BKK Airport, DMK Airport or Specific Hotels in Central Bangkok

Day: Day1
Khao Yai National Park
Travel from Bangkok to the rural province of Prachinburi and get to Khao Yai National Park, Thailand's first-ever national park. Covering an area of around 2,000 square kilometers, the park features tropical seasonal forests and grasslands and is home to diverse flora and fauna.
Day: Day1
Haew Narok Waterfall (Heo Narok Waterfall)
Explore the park and go on an easy 3-kilometer hike to see the Haew Narok Waterfall. For better views, climb down steep stairs to see all three drops, combining for a total of over 150 meters in height. Take in the majestic views of the waterfalls, which is at its best during the rainy season.
Day: Day1
Korat (Nakhon Ratchasima)
Visit the park's headquarters and see results of scientific studies conducted on rare species of animals that are in danger of extinction. Afterwards, exit the park and admire magnificent mountain views along the way. Continue to Korat, Isan's biggest city, where you will spend the night.
Day: Day1
Accommodation
Hotel: Kantay Korat Meals: Lunch and dinner
Day: Day1
Phimai Historical Park
After breakfast, head to Prasat Hin Phimai to discover the wonders of the Khmer Empire. The temple marks one end of the Ancient Khmer Highway which connects Phimai and Angkor. See buildings built from 11th to 12th centuries and get a feel of Thailand's rich culture and history during your visit.
Day: Day2
Phanom Rung Historical Park
Continue on the Dharmasala route and stop by the temple of Phanom Rung in Buriram Province. Explore this Hindu Khmer Empire temple complex and get to see some of the finest carvings in bas-relief which greatly showcase Khmer artisanship.
Day: Day2
Prasat Muang Tam
Drop by another splendid jewel of Khmer art, Prasat Muang Tam, which is also located in the province of Buriram. The temple is oriented towards the east, with a central sanctuary dedicated to both Hindu gods Shiva and Vishnu.
Day: Day2
Ubon Ratchathani
Have lunch en route to Ubon Ratchathani. Then, visit Prasat Sikhoraphum, one of the most ancient Khmer temples, which is composed of five sandstone and brick towers on a base made of laterite. Originally intended for Hinduism, the temple has been converted for use by Buddhists in the 16th century.
Day: Day2
Wat Sa Kamphaeng Yai
Depending on the conditions during the day, get the chance to visit Prasat Wat Sa Kamphaeng Yai, the largest and best-preserved Khmer temple complex in Si Sa Ket. The temple's name means 'great wall' and was originally a shrine dedicated to Shiva before being converted to a Mahayana Buddhist temple.
Day: Day2
Accommodation
Hotel: Tohsang City Hotel Meals: Breakfast, lunch and dinner
Day: Day2
Ban Sai Mun
Have a delightful breakfast then head to the village of Ban Sai Mun, a town thriving with art and craftsmanship. See local artisans produce bronze gongs, make moulds and decorate bronze discs which are used in Buddhist temples throughout the country.
Day: Day3
River Cruise Sailing
Continue to Khongjiam, the confluence of the Mekong and Mun rivers. Enjoy an exciting river cruise and admire views of unspoiled natural landscapes. Reach the opposite bank of the river and see how the people of a Laotian village go about their daily lives (alighting from the boat is not possible).
Day: Day3
Pha Taem National Park
After lunch, visit Pha Taem National Park, which is located along the Mekong River. See the bizarre rock formations of Sao Chaliang then go on a hike up Lan Hin Taek. Proceed to a visitor center and see panoramic views of Laos before the tour ends. Meals: Breakfast and lunch
Day: Day3
08:50:41 Drop-off at Ubon Ratchathani Airport (UBP) or Select Hotels in Ubon Ratchathani

Day: Day3

Additional Notes

  • Children below 2 years old are free of charge.

Requirement(s) - other

  • Children below 2 years old are free of charge.

Check In/Pickup Location Details

  • Pick-up time is an estimate only and may change depending on the weather, local conditions and number of participants. The exact pick-up time will be confirmed by leaving a message through the hotel reception.
    Please refer to the attached PDF for a list of hotels included on this tour. Note that additional fees will apply for pick-ups from Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK), Don Mueang International Airport (DMK) or hotels in Don Mueang, Bang Na, Nonthaburi and Suvarnabhumi area. Please select the necessary add-on upon booking.
    Download Details


Activity Detail

Additional Notes

  • English, Italian and Spanish may be used during the coach tour but there will be a separate guide for each language. Please indicate your preferred language upon booking.
  • Early hotel check-in (before noon), late hotel check out (after lunch), connecting rooms and adjoining rooms are not guaranteed.
  • An additional fare may be needed during Christmas/New Year/Peak Season. In such cases, you will be notified in advance.
  • All tour itineraries including departure times are subject to change depending on the weather, local conditions and number of participants on the day of the tour. The activity provider will reconfirm the exact pick-up time the evening before your tour by leaving a message for you at the hotel.
  • Please note that temples and places of interest may be closed without prior notice.

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