Thailand’s capital city of Udon Thani offers much for its visitors as they travel here to see the sights that attract thousands of visitors each year. The city of Bangkok is only about a three hour drive away, and it is highly recommendable to make the most of your time in Bangkok and take advantage of all the attractions that Bangkok has to offer as you travel through the country. One of the main things that people love about Udon Thani are the beaches. There are dozens of sandy beaches, many of which are very easy to reach by road.
A luxury trip to Udon Thani can be affordable if one plans carefully and makes good use of their travel budget. The lowest average daily ticket for a seven day stay at a single Udon Thani hotel is $382 for a single traveler, $654 for a couple and $1,912 for a family of four. Most vacation rentals are around $20 per night, and all Udon Thani hotels vary from $agus to upwards of $aum. While this may not seem like much, remember that Thailand’s airline fares can be very expensive, especially if you fly direct.
If you are visiting Udon Thani during peak seasons, it is a good idea to avoid flying in the peak months of July and August. The monsoon season in Thailand is in April, which is also known as “the wet season” in Thailand. This is the prime tourist season and flight tickets will be far higher at this time due to the high demand. The upside is that the weather in Udon Thani tends to be a bit warm for much of April and May. The summer season (which is in November and December) sees Udon Thani has become extremely popular because of Bangkok’s incredible fireworks display.
A ten-minute drive from Bangkok you’ll find Udon Thani, a village just south of the small town of Nakhon Phanom. It is here that you will find the most amazing Buddhist temples in Thailand: Wat Chaeng Night Palace, Wat Arun (The Temple of Dawn), Wat Sangkhar (The Golden Mountain), Wat Ratchabophit (The Tower of Dawn) and Wat Ratchanat (The Red House). Most visitors are surprised to find out that Udon Thani was once the capital of Phuket, also in Thailand. This makes it a very important destination in terms of the Thai-Asian history and also the Thais.
Another aspect of the incredible Buddhist tradition found in Udon Thani, Thailand, is that the place is an important gateway to the most sacred temples of the Thai-Chinese relationship, such as the Golden Mountain and the Royal Grand Palace. The region around Udon Thani has been declared a National Park due to its rich tropical rain forest. A visit to this most visited of all the Thai theme parks (called Ratchaburi) will give you the opportunity to experience a taste of Thailand’s wildlife, including, elephants, jungle cats, leopards, deer, flamingos, civet cats, and even a rare monkey.
If you plan to enjoy the richness of Thailand’s rich cultural heritage, a trip to Udon Thani will be an unforgettable experience. In addition to seeing the marvelous Buddhist temples and landscapes, you will also encounter a rich history with Thai kings, queens, generals and the Thai Royal Family. The region also holds a rich contingent of interesting sights, beaches and shopping areas. You can even visit the enchanting pearl beach located not too far from the Thon Buri resort and enjoy some fantastic diving experiences.