Bungalow 4/5peoples. 2 Bedrooms, 3 beds,, 2 shower rooms, 2 wc, TV, Wifi, 3 air conditioned. sound system. Park is located in the middle of rice fields of Isaan in eastern Thailand. A permanent home is available on site. Your bungalow is surrounded by a small lake, palm and coconut trees. Breakfast included.
Welcome to land of smile.
Thai Isaan Adventure will pick you up at Khon Kaen airport, Khon Kaen train station or Khon Kaen bus station after confirming your date and time of arrival.
Unforgetable part of Thailand. you will discover the places only know by locals. Wild, rivers, lakes, jungles, moutains, temples, markets, cobra village, monkey village, rice fields, craft, out of mass tourism, welcome to the real land of smile.
Thai Isaan Adventure
Khon Kaen is a regional center for education, financial institutions, government offices and transportation. The city is also an industrial center, especially for the region's silk trade, as well as an agricultural hub. Khon Kaen has played host to a number of regional conferences, such as the ASEAN Regional Forum and United Nations meetings. The Lao People's Democratic Republic maintains the office of Consulate-General on Phothisan Road.
Khon Kaen is one of the major cities in Thailand's National Economic and Social Plan, along with Chiang Mai, Songkhla, Nakhon Ratchasima, and Chonburi. It is the home of Rajamangala University and Khon Kaen University—the largest university in the northeast, with a student population of around 25,000.
Strategically important for the Isan region's infrastructure, Khon Kaen Airport was raised to international standards in 2005, with the opening of a new terminal. However, despite efforts to expand services, as of November 2014, only 5 airlines (Thai Airways, Thai Air Asia, Nok Air, Thai Smile, and Kan Air) use the airport. Thai Airways operate two flights a day to Bangkok (BKK–Suvarnabhumi) and Air Asia (Thai Air Asia) serves Bangkok (DMK–Don Mueang) with four flights a day. Nok Air serves Bangkok (DMK) with three flights a day. Thai Smile flys to Bangkok (DMK) three times a day. Kan Air flys to Chiang Mai only on Saturdays.