Packages in Si Samrong
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Si Samrong Vacation Packages
Si Samrong Vacation Packages
About 240 miles to the north of Bangkok, the national capital, is where you will find Si Samrong.
Make time to visit Sukhothai, which is only 11 miles to the southeast. Ensure that you see Sukhothai Historical Park while you are there.
If you and your friends head 10 miles from Si Samrong, you'll get to Mueang Kao. A visit here will allow you to experience Wat Chedi Si Hong and Wat Si Sawai. For those who crave a little more, head over to Ban Suan, where you can visit Wat Chetuphon and Ram Khom Kaeng King Monument, approximately 16 miles from Si Samrong.
Si Satchanalai is 30 miles to the north of Si Samrong. This regional center is where you'll find the Si Satchanalai Historical Park, the Wat Luk Muang and Wat Chang Lom. Should you have the time, also check out Wat Nang Phaya and Wat Khao Phanom Phloeng.
There are many outdoor activities to be had in the region. You can go mountain biking and mountain climbing.
If you're the kind of traveler who prefers to take the slow lane while vacationing, why not try a bit of cycling and camping.
Regional activities such as wildlife spotting tours, cycling tours and culinary tours are a good way to learn all about the North Thailand region.
If the weather is right, head for the water for an afternoon of canoeing or boating.
To really unravel the heart of North Thailand, be sure to accustom yourself with its unique aromas and flavors. Enjoy the local culinary customs at some of the restaurants, bars and cafés.
A wonderful meal cannot surpass the quality of its ingredients. In this region, you will find a lot of pork and vietnamese coriander.
Be sure to try some traditional food, like khao kan chin (steamed pork blood and rice) and pad thai (rice noodles).
Chaokuai (grass jelly) is always a brilliant way to finish your taste experience.
Be sure to put up your feet, hang loose and satisfy your thirst with a pint of Singha, a much-loved brew amongst the locals here.
Generally prefer non-alcoholic beverages? Thailand, very popular with the locals, is a wonderful selection.
Don't forget to have a few sips of mekhong, a local spirit.
Many travelers don't feel as though a culinary journey is done and dusted unless they have sampled the wine commonly enjoyed by locals. Sample sato (rice wine) and chenin blanc.
When it is time to depart Si Samrong, pack up your bags, spend any remaining baht on last-minute souvenirs, and say "Laa gòn ná" to this unique part of the world.
The closest airport, Sukhothai Airport, is 10 miles to the northeast of Si Samrong.