Si Satchanalai Vacation Packages
Bangkok, the national capital, is situated 260 miles (418 kilometers) south of Si Satchanalai, while Chiang Mai lies 110 miles (177 kilometers) to the northwest.
While you are in Si Satchanalai, be sure to spend some time at the Si Satchanalai Historical Park.
North Thailand is brimming with fabulous things to see and do, from firm tourist favorites to hidden gems that lay slightly off the beaten path. Tron and Phichai are two other places worth seeing while you're in North Thailand.
A good trick to really get to know a spot is by understanding its past. While here, be sure to see the area's traditional villages. Experience a little local culture amid the great outdoors at North Thailand's ever-popular open-air markets.
Have a break from traveling and cool off with a spot of canoeing or boating. If you're the type who prefers to take the slow lane while holidaying, why not try a spot of camping and cycling.
There is no better approach to get the core of a place than tasting the regional fare. People in this area frequently include vietnamese coriander and culantro in their kitchen. Check out some of the local specialties, like khao kan chin (steamed pork blood and rice) and khanom chin nam ngiao (rice with pork blood sauce). And of course, whatever time of day it is, North Thailand is a great spot to ask for Thailand.
When it is time to leave Si Satchanalai, spend the last of your baht on last-minute souvenirs and say Laa gòn ná (farewell).