Tourism in Nakhon Ratchasima, The Isan Experience
Discover the real Thailand with the Nakhon Ratchasima Tour
Thailand attracts millions of visitors from around the world every year, however most of them join the numerous available tours and travel packages designed for foreigners. Only a few travelers experience the “Real Thailand”, far from the overcrowded and popular tourist destinations.
Experience true Thai culture in Northeastern Thailand
Uncover some of Thailand’s greatest secrets in Isaan. Northeastern Thailand is the poorest region in Thailand, and the Isaan inhabitants are the most friendly and hospitable people in Thailand. Find yourself the real life in Thailand in true contact with the culture and habits.
Enjoy a journey of rice harvesting in Nong Bun Mak a village located some 50 km away from Korat, in Nakhon Ratchasima province. Have a pleasant time at the Cassava fields and farms. Eat authentic Thai food with a local family. You can choose whether to sleep in a Thai local house or a guest house.
Get involved in a unique trip in Korat during your stay in Thailand
Joining The Isan Experience Tour let’s you visit unknown local temples and see ordination ceremonies and Buddhist celebrations performed by Thai monks, or Enjoy April’s Songkran celebrations (Thai New year) among the locals. Participate in the the Loy Krathong festival in November.
Be a witness or help by harvesting cassava or rice, eat the delicious and exotic Thai dishes the Isaan cuisine has to offer. Feel the authentic and real life in Thailand far from the major tourist attractions visiting spectacular temples and attractions.
-Including food and accommodation in a guest house 2200 THB per day / person.
-Including food and accommodation in a Thai home 2500 THB per day / person.
-Transfer from / to Korat city 600 THB (Optional).
Note: Meals (Thai food) are included. Entrance fees to attractions, and transportation are excluded.
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Note: The rice-planting season in Thailand usually starts in May and harvests about three rice crops a year.