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The What's On Korat Interactive Map of Korat

If you haven't played with our interactive map yet, please give it a go. It will revolutionise the way you get around town and find places. You can open the different layers by clicking on the small white box in the top left and view Pubs & Bars, Hotels, Restaurants, Sports & Fitness, Services, Shopping, Sites & Monuments, Travel, Schools, etc. You can select one or more...

Visa Information

A number of nationalities get visa exception for up to 30 days when they arrive in Thailand by air. But if you are staying for longer than that you will need a Visa. All the information you need can be found on our visa information page...

Thai Public Holidays

All the information you could ever need on Magha Puja, Chinese New Year, Songkran, King Chulalongkorn Day, Loy Krathong, The King's Birthday, and every other Thai public holiday can be found on our extensive Thai Public Holidays page...

Learn to Speak Thai

Learn a Thai song @ your PC

Thai is a difficult language to learn and the best way to learn it quickly especially if you need it for work or business is to attend any of the excellent Thai language schools in Korat. My personal favourite being KRT (please click for further information on KRT). But if you just want to get better at the language at your...

Competitions

Chez Andy Competition - Winner Night Out

Last months inaugural What's On Korat competition was a success with plenty of entrants and three lucky winners all claiming their prizes at Korat's ​premium western ​fine dining restaurant, Chez Andy. To celebrate the first prize, What's On Korat went to ​the Swiss Restaurant & Steak House with ​competition winner​...

Emergency Numbers

If you need to call Korat police station, the tourist police, the fire brigade, any of Korat's hospitals, or are looking for any other useful phone number, check out our Emergency Numbers page for the information you need...

Where to watch Football

Are you looking for somewhere to watch your favourite soccer team live with friends? Or a game of rugby, Aussie Rules or any other sport or sporting event for that matter, check out our recommendations on our Where to watch football page...

Tourist Police

Learn more about the Tourist Police

As tourism has been growing over the last 30 years all across Thailand, the Royal Thai Police decided to set up a special unit for tourists. It is called the Tourist Police and it's officers can be distinguished from regular Police Officers by a distinctive badge on their arm. The Police force was established to deal with...

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