Thailand`s Isaan region has been occupied since at least 6,000 years ago, when hunter gathered tribes first migrated over the Phetchabun ranges from central Thailand, archaeological work at such sites as Ban Non. Wat in the Mun Valley in Khorat Nok Nok Tha
in Khon Kaen and Udon`s Ban Chiang has shown.
Only 30 minute drive to the Guest house by car from the airport
Often overlooked, Isaan is the largest and most authentic province of Thailand, untouched by mass tourism. Bordered by the Mekong, natural boundary with Laos and Cambodia, Isaan does not have many tourists’ infrastructure, English is not widely spoken, so the province has been preserved and the real attraction is its authenticity. With mostly farmlands and little towns, we invite you here to discover the Thai daily life in the countryside, its traditions, its food, some of the nicest National Parks and bucolic roads along the Mekong