Udon Thani Tourist Attractions
Nong Prajak Public Park(Udon Thani)
Ban Chiang Museum(Udon Thani)
Red Lotus Lake(Kumphawapi)
UD Night Market(Udon Thani)
When visiting any region, people generally tend to go seeking out the local tourist attractions, looking for things to do and places to go, and Udon Thani is no different. There are over 30 things to do in Udon Thani, and that is without adding the nightlife scene, which offers its own special brand of entertainment. The sightseeing in Udon Thani and around the local Province, make for a nice distraction from the bars and bar girl scene, with many people coming here for a combination of the two, finding a lovely Thai lady to spend time with, then whizzing off to take in the local sights for a more ‘natural’ holiday. The obvious advantage of doing this, apart from having some lovely company, is that you have someone who might be able to explain what you are seeing at a number of attractions, something quite useful especially at the more spiritual locations.
The city of Udon Thani has several sights that are interesting, although few are spectacular. Nong Prajak Park is well worth visiting in the early morning, or evening to take a stroll away from the hot sun of the day. You can also find lots of restaurants, food stalls and massages that are available in the surrounding streets. For the more spiritual ‘must see’ attractions, The Udon Thani City Pillar Shrine and Wat Photisomphon really should be seen, especially the latter. To discover a little about the short history of Udon Thani, the Udon Thani Museum is a good a place as any to find out something about the early life and some of the development since those days. (Actually, it’s the only place as of today).
If you are something of a horse racing fan, perhaps an afternoon out at Udon Thani Racecourse is in order. Ten Pin Bowling is on offer at the Central Plaza complex in the heart of Udon Thani, a fairly recent addition to the city.
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