Nakhon Ratchasima or Korat Thailand is the largest northeastern province. Locating a few hours away from Bangkok with easy transportation the province is very popular for tourists, especially in Khao Yai National Park. The inhabitants of the province are mainly engaged in agricultural activities, growing such diverse crops as rice, sugar cane, sesame, and fruit. Khorat’s Amphoe Pak Thong Chai is considered the spiritual home of the Thai silk weaving industry, those interested in sericulture will enjoy Shopping for some of the country’s best cloth.
Khao Yai National Park. The country’s first national park acquires total area of 2,168 sq.kms. and its boundary covers 4 provinces namely Nakhon Nayok, Nakhon Ratchasima, Prachin Buri, and Saraburi. The park has beautiful landscape, comprising jungle, streams, waterfalls, and great variety of flora and fauna. Its highest peak, Khao Laem, is 1,292 metres above sea level. It has been enlisted in Unesco’s world Heritage site since July 14, 2005.
Khmer temple at Phimai, an important provincial capital of the Angkor Empire. Within the Park is the Phimai Sanctuary, one of the grandest and most important Khmer Historical sites in Thailand. The word Phimai appears in an inscription on a stone slab at the front doorway of the building as well as in many other structures. It is believed that the word Phimai referred to a religious figure or site.
Chokchai Farm: The massive farm where you and your family can experience farm activities such as milk the cows, feed the goats and rabbits, riding horse like cowboy and watch cowboy show. They also famous for their steakhouse and vary milk products like ice cream, fresh milk and famous milk button are wait for you to try. It is a great place for family with children, good to spend 1 full day at the farm and enjoy their activities.