Wang Katha Vacation Packages
Bangkok, the capital of Thailand, is 95 miles (153 kilometers) southwest of Wang Katha, while Pattaya is 120 miles (193 kilometers) to the southwest.
When it comes to getting the best from your holiday, it's worth remembering that Wang Katha is merely the tip of the iceberg; Nakhon Ratchasima is home to a treasure-trove of scenic delights. Approximately 16 miles (26 kilometers) away lies Pak Chong. Set aside a day here to discover the Jungle Golf Club and Bonanza Golf and Country Club.
The best places for tourists to visit when they arrive in a place they have never been are the spots that provide a picture of the culture. Make a trip to Nakhon Ratchasima 's craft workshops and nature museums. This area is popular for its range of traditional villages; these are fascinating portals into the region's colorful past.
Make the most of the knowledge of the locals with your pick of guided nature walks, culinary tours and city walking tours.
Local menus are an excellent way to get to know about an area. So make sure you make the time to visit some of the region's restaurants and cafés. Khao phat nam phrik long ruea (rice, chili and duck’s eggs) and kuai-tiao rat na (wide rice noodles in gravy) are two regional treats for you to try. Afterwards, kick back with a refreshing local Central Thailand.
At the end of your time in Wang Katha, put the lens cap back on your camera, spend your last of your baht on last-minute souvenirs, and bid a fond Laa gòn ná (farewell) to this special place.
Accommodation in Wang Katha
At this point, Wang Katha doesn't offer a whole lot of places to stay listed on our Wang Katha hotels deals page, so make sure that you reserve a hotel to avoid disappointment.
The Phukumhom and Kensington English Garden Resort Khaoyai are easy to book because these lodgings are listed with Expedia.