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Read our review of a flight from Korat to Chiang Mai

As many Korat residents are no doubt aware, Kan Air has recently made travelling between Korat and Chiang Mai a convenient and comfortable experience. The Chiang Mai based carrier connects the coastal resorts of Pataya and Hua Hin, the capital, the major Isan cities of Korat, Udon Thani, Ubon Ratchathani...

Rent a Car @ Fodo Car Rentals

Fodo Car Rentals have been offering a quality range of rental vehicles at reasonable prices since 2002. They have a fleet of sedans, pick ups and vans which are well maintained and in excellent condition. All vehicles have first class insurance to ensure you can enjoy your stay and explore Thailand the easy...

Buy a Cheap Flight @ AirAsia.com

I tend to travel by bus when I go away on holidays in Thailand, but it is always worth checking the prices for budget airlines online before committing yourself to the lottery of life that is Thai road travel. There are a few airlines to consider, and Air Asia is right up there with some of the best offers available. I was recently...

Fly to Chiang Mai with Kan Airlines

Kan Airlines are a new airline that opened in November 2012. With its current main base in Chiang Mai, Kan Air operates its daily and weekly scheduled service to destinations in Northern and North-eastern parts of Thailand. They will start flights from Korat to Chiang Mai on the 2nd February 2015 and have flights...

Rent a Car @ Korat Car Rental

If you are looking to rent a car or truck in the Nakhon Ratchasima area, Korat Car Rental offers a range of well maintained, quality cars, trucks and four-wheel drive vehicles for hire. The owner, Jimmy, speaks perfect English, so don't hesitate to call and find out what he can do for you. All driver's must be over 21 years...

Rent a Motorbike @ Korat Rentals

Korat has so much to offer, but it is difficult to experience it all without the most essential of all essentials: The scooter. I was in Korat for about 15 months without one when I first arrived back in 2004, and I cannot believe I managed to get around without one. It's not so much the price of Tuk tuks or...

Take a weekend break @ Koh Chang

Koh Chang seems a very long way away from Korat when you look at it on a map, but it isn't as far as it seems. In fact, driving at a moderate speed you should manage to leave Korat and be at the Ferry port which takes you to the island in around six hours. Six hours is if course far longer than a trip to The Mall, but...

Visit Angkor Wat @ Siem Reap

Korat is remarkably close to one of the most famous Unesco world heritage sites and it's relatively easy to get there. The Khmer Empire stretched as far as Nakhorn Ratchasima and enveloped the province and much of Thailand before it eventually succumbed to the jungle and was not to be found for centuries...

Visit Sheepland @ Khao Yai

I'm gonna start this off by admitting that I'm Welsh. 100% full blooded Welsh stock. So when I was told I was going to be reviewing Sheepland, I had mixed emotions. Firstly, excitement because I going to spend some time with the animal that gives the Welsh more ridicule than any other, and secondly...

Take a trip to Vientiane @ The Transport Company

There are a number of reasons why those visiting Korat would enjoy visiting the Laos capital Vientiane. Visiting tourists are generally interested in the culture and history of Thailand and want to experience it to the full. A lot of them are also on their way north to see more of the country, so crossing into Laos...

Ride in Mr Cookie's Tuk Tuk @ The Road

Korat is one of the few cities where tuk-tuks are a serious part of everyday life. They are all over the shop. But, when you really need one, where do they all go to hide? Well, What's On Korat has a growing catalogue of tuk-tuk's on our tuk-tuk page so you can always try calling a tuk-tuk to come and pick you up...

Take a Trip to Pattaya @ Nakhon Chai Air Bus Company

A lot of my friends back in Europe ask me why I live in Korat and not in places that they have actually heard of like Bangkok, Pattaya or Phuket. For a lot of you the answer will probably be the same as mine - Korat is a far nicer, more cultured and safer city to live in than any of the above...

Get a Tuk tuk to pick you up @ Your house

Many Things have got a lot more expensive in Thailand over the last few years. Food, beer, and fuel costs to name a few. But one thing that hasn't gone up much is the cost of Tuk tuks. It's still possible to get from most places within the city to wherever you want to go for 100 Baht or less and even from one end of the city...

Hire a Mini-bus

Korat is a great city with lots to see and do but let's be honest it's never going to be a stop off for any major international artist or band as part of their latest world tour. Therefore to see a major international act you're going to have to travel the three and a half odd hours to Bangkok, but driving is such a pain, especially at night and the...

Book a flight @ Air Asia

Lots of the Farang who are visiting and living in Thailand need to leave the country for various reasons every now and then. The most common reason being to extend tourist visas. The easiest way is to head to any of the countries land borders and stamp yourself in and out. But why just cross a Cambodian, Laos, or Myanmar border...

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