The Emblem of Nakhon Ratchasima

     Geography:  Khmer  ruins  and the The city of various famous statue of   Khun   Ying   Mo   named   NAKHON  RATCHASIMA  or  commonly known  as  KHORAT  is  situated  on  a  plateau,  about  259 kilometers northeast of Bangkok. Administration of this province is divided into 26 Amphoes  and  6 King Amphoes. The city itself serves as the gateway to the Northeastern Region.

North :
South :
East :
West :
Chaiyaphum, Khon Kaen
Prachin Buri, Nakhon Nayok
Chaiyaphum, Saraburi and Nakhon Nayok

The distance between Amphoe Muang and other Amphoes
Ban Luem
Chum Phuang
Huai Thalaeng
Kham Sakee Saeng
Khon Buri
Nong Boon Nag
Non Sung
Pak Chong
Sung Noen
118 kms.
43 kms.
97 kms.
71 kms.
47 kms.
58 kms.
51 kms.
37 kms.
87 kms.
60 kms.
49 kms.
37 kms.
Bua Yai
Chok Chai
Dan Khun Thot
Kang Sanam Nang
Kham Thalesor
Nong Daeng
Non Thai
Pak Thong Chai
Soeng Saen
Wang Nam Kheo
103 kms.
31 kms.
60 kms.
130 kms.
25 kms.
97 kms.
74 kms.
29 kms.
38 kms.
87 kms.
89 kms.
79 kms.

How to get there
By Air
     Thai  Airways  operates  daily  flights to Nakhon Ratchasima. Call 280-0070, 280-0080 for further information.

By Bus
     There  are  several  buses  both  air  and non air-conditioned leaving from the Northeasten Bus Terminal.   Non   air-conditioned   buses   leave  every  15  minutes  throughout  24  hrs.,  for  further information  tel: 272-5254, 272-5228 and air-conditioned buses leave every 20 minutes, throughout 24 hrs., tel. 2725253, 272-5299
Air-conditioned buses to the Northeast (Bus Standard 1) Blue colour

By Car
     Travelling  by  ca r from  Bangkok  to Nakhon Ratchasima is most   con- venient,  and  there  are  three  alternative  routes  to choose    depending    on    the    starting    point    in    Bangkok. Description of each route is as follow:
By Rail
     Trains   leave  Bangkok  Railway  Station  (Hua  Lamphong) many  times  daily.  For  further information please call (02)-223-7010,(02) 223-7020