Packages in Bua Yai
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Bua Yai Vacation Packages
Bua Yai Vacation Packages
Bua Yai is located approximately 180 miles from Bangkok, the capital of Thailand.
If you're keen to explore more of the area, you'll find Khun Thong 6 miles to the north and Bua Lai 10 miles to the northeast.
Head 50 miles southwest from Bua Yai to reach Nakhon Ratchasima. There's plenty to do there, including the Maha Weerawong National Museum, the Rajamangala University of Technology Isan and The Mall Nakhon Ratchasima. Don't hit the road without having also visited Nakhon Ratchasima Zoo and Suranaree University of Technology.
For those leading a fast-paced life, the perfect vacation often means finding good places to relax. When it's time to unwind, copy the locals and enjoy cycling or beach combing.
Merge fun and facts by getting involved in one of the local area's guided tours, including guided nature walks, cycling tours, city walking tours and culinary tours.
When the mercury rises, take your lead from the locals and head to the water for a bit of swimming or snorkeling.
Treat your tastebuds in the region's many dining establishments. Make sure you meet the locals and try out some traditional meals.
This region is recognized for being home to pork and jasmine rice.
Every region has its own flavor, and here it's worth taste-testing khao phat nam phrik long ruea (rice, chili and duck’s eggs) or pad thai (rice noodles).
Chaokuai (grass jelly) is a popular way to enjoy local flavors.
Treat yourself with a few glasses of Singha, and sit back with one of this area's best beers.
If you're looking for a non-alcoholic drink that the locals enjoy, try Thailand.
If you want to taste an alcoholic beverage that is popular in this region, the answer is mekhong.
Whether you are a hardened wine drinker or a young backpacker, you will be delighted to know that this region is home to a selection of local wines, such as sato (rice wine) and chenin blanc.
When it's finally time to pack up and say "Laa gòn ná" to Bua Yai, you'll be leaving with many great memories and photos.
For those who plan on arriving and departing by air, know that the closest airport is 65 miles to the northeast of Bua Yai.