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The city of democracy, rockets, watermelon, Kwan pillows, Khit cloth, and jasmine rice.

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Bangkok-Yasothon buses depart daily from Bangkok’s Northern Bus Terminal (Mo Chit 2). Contact Transport Co.Ltd at Tel: 0 2936 2852-66 or visit www.transport.co.th for more information.
There is no direct train service to Yasothon. Visitors can take a train to Ubon Ratchathani and then continue to Yasothon by bus. Call 1690, or 02-223-7010 to 20 for more information.
There are no direct flights to Yasothon. Visitors can fly from Bangkok to Ubon Ratchathani and continue the trip by bus to Yasothon.
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The city of democracy, rockets, watermelon, Kwan pillows, Khit cloth, and jasmine rice.

Yasothon is the smallest province in the lower northeast of Thailand’s Isan region. It is famed for its Rocket Festival, which is celebrated each may at the commencement of the Rainy Season. The home-made rockets, some capable of firing hundreds of feet into the sky pay homage to the god of rains. The celebration lasts for days with elaborately decorated floats paraded through the town and live music performed for those interested in dancing or partying late into the night.

In Yasothon town, the main attraction is Phra That Yasothon a greatly revered Lao-style Chedi believed to be over 1,200 years old. It enshrines holy relics of Phra Ananda, one of the Buddha's chief disciples. Other historic temples include That Kong Khao Noi, an ancient Khmer Chedi with a brick and stucco Buddha that is ritually bathed during the Thai new year’s celebrations in April. For those interested in handicrafts, the village of Ban Si Than is renowned for the triangular pillows found in most Thai households and beach bungalow bars.


Yasothon is the smallest province in the lower northeast of Thailand’s Isan region. It is famed for its Rocket Festival, which is celebrated each May by the firing of home-made rockets, a showcase of elaborately decorated floats, and live music and dancing.

In Yasothon town, the main attraction is Phra That Yasothon a greatly revered Lao-style Chedi, and That Kong Khao Noi, an ancient Khmer Chedi. Just outside of Yasothon town, the village of Ban Si Than is renowned for producing the iconic Thai triangular pillows.

For its size Yasothon has a decent number of accommodation options catering to those on various budgets.

Although a principally agricultural area, Yasothon has many fascinating and beautiful temples, a number of outstanding natural attractions, and a several charming handicrafts villages that are easy for tourists to visit.

As a principally agricultural area, Yasothon has limited activities other than visiting the many outstanding cultural, natural, and historical attractions in the city and throughout the province.

Most restaurants on Yasothon serve a variety of cuisines, including Thai and international foods. Most guesthouse and resorts have restaurants that serve both. The following are some of the restaurants on Yasothon

As in most provincial capitals, Yasothon features a central market where locals can buy everything from groceries to household appliances and visitors can shop for clothing and other necessary supplies. In addition to the shopping venues listed below, there are often locally produced handicrafts available at central markets, the occasional night market, and from village workshops in smaller towns throughout the province.

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The city of democracy, rockets, watermelon, Kwan pillows, Khit cloth, and jasmine rice.

Yasothon is the smallest province in the lower northeast of Thailand’s Isan region. It is famed for its Rocket Festival, which is celebrated each may at the commencement of the Rainy Season. The home-made rockets, some capable of firing hundreds of feet into the sky pay homage to the god of rains. The celebration lasts for days with elaborately decorated floats paraded through the town and live music performed for those interested in dancing or partying late into the night.

In Yasothon town, the main attraction is Phra That Yasothon a greatly revered Lao-style Chedi believed to be over 1,200 years old. It enshrines holy relics of Phra Ananda, one of the Buddha's chief disciples. Other historic temples include That Kong Khao Noi, an ancient Khmer Chedi with a brick and stucco Buddha that is ritually bathed during the Thai new year’s celebrations in April. For those interested in handicrafts, the village of Ban Si Than is renowned for the triangular pillows found in most Thai households and beach bungalow bars.


Yasothon is the smallest province in the lower northeast of Thailand’s Isan region. It is famed for its Rocket Festival, which is celebrated each May by the firing of home-made rockets, a showcase of elaborately decorated floats, and live music and dancing.

In Yasothon town, the main attraction is Phra That Yasothon a greatly revered Lao-style Chedi, and That Kong Khao Noi, an ancient Khmer Chedi. Just outside of Yasothon town, the village of Ban Si Than is renowned for producing the iconic Thai triangular pillows.

For its size Yasothon has a decent number of accommodation options catering to those on various budgets.

Although a principally agricultural area, Yasothon has many fascinating and beautiful temples, a number of outstanding natural attractions, and a several charming handicrafts villages that are easy for tourists to visit.

As a principally agricultural area, Yasothon has limited activities other than visiting the many outstanding cultural, natural, and historical attractions in the city and throughout the province.

Most restaurants on Yasothon serve a variety of cuisines, including Thai and international foods. Most guesthouse and resorts have restaurants that serve both. The following are some of the restaurants on Yasothon

As in most provincial capitals, Yasothon features a central market where locals can buy everything from groceries to household appliances and visitors can shop for clothing and other necessary supplies. In addition to the shopping venues listed below, there are often locally produced handicrafts available at central markets, the occasional night market, and from village workshops in smaller towns throughout the province.

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The city of democracy, rockets, watermelon, Kwan pillows, Khit cloth, and jasmine rice.

Yasothon is the smallest province in the lower northeast of Thailand’s Isan region. It is famed for its Rocket Festival, which is celebrated each may at the commencement of the Rainy Season. The home-made rockets, some capable of firing hundreds of feet into the sky pay homage to the god of rains. The celebration lasts for days with elaborately decorated floats paraded through the town and live music performed for those interested in dancing or partying late into the night.

In Yasothon town, the main attraction is Phra That Yasothon a greatly revered Lao-style Chedi believed to be over 1,200 years old. It enshrines holy relics of Phra Ananda, one of the Buddha's chief disciples. Other historic temples include That Kong Khao Noi, an ancient Khmer Chedi with a brick and stucco Buddha that is ritually bathed during the Thai new year’s celebrations in April. For those interested in handicrafts, the village of Ban Si Than is renowned for the triangular pillows found in most Thai households and beach bungalow bars.


Yasothon is the smallest province in the lower northeast of Thailand’s Isan region. It is famed for its Rocket Festival, which is celebrated each May by the firing of home-made rockets, a showcase of elaborately decorated floats, and live music and dancing.

In Yasothon town, the main attraction is Phra That Yasothon a greatly revered Lao-style Chedi, and That Kong Khao Noi, an ancient Khmer Chedi. Just outside of Yasothon town, the village of Ban Si Than is renowned for producing the iconic Thai triangular pillows.

For its size Yasothon has a decent number of accommodation options catering to those on various budgets.

Although a principally agricultural area, Yasothon has many fascinating and beautiful temples, a number of outstanding natural attractions, and a several charming handicrafts villages that are easy for tourists to visit.

As a principally agricultural area, Yasothon has limited activities other than visiting the many outstanding cultural, natural, and historical attractions in the city and throughout the province.

Most restaurants on Yasothon serve a variety of cuisines, including Thai and international foods. Most guesthouse and resorts have restaurants that serve both. The following are some of the restaurants on Yasothon

As in most provincial capitals, Yasothon features a central market where locals can buy everything from groceries to household appliances and visitors can shop for clothing and other necessary supplies. In addition to the shopping venues listed below, there are often locally produced handicrafts available at central markets, the occasional night market, and from village workshops in smaller towns throughout the province.

The city of democracy, rockets, watermelon, Kwan pillows, Khit cloth, and jasmine rice.

Yasothon is the smallest province in the lower northeast of Thailand’s Isan region. It is famed for its Rocket Festival, which is celebrated each may at the commencement of the Rainy Season. The home-made rockets, some capable of firing hundreds of feet into the sky pay homage to the god of rains. The celebration lasts for days with elaborately decorated floats paraded through the town and live music performed for those interested in dancing or partying late into the night.

In Yasothon town, the main attraction is Phra That Yasothon a greatly revered Lao-style Chedi believed to be over 1,200 years old. It enshrines holy relics of Phra Ananda, one of the Buddha's chief disciples. Other historic temples include That Kong Khao Noi, an ancient Khmer Chedi with a brick and stucco Buddha that is ritually bathed during the Thai new year’s celebrations in April. For those interested in handicrafts, the village of Ban Si Than is renowned for the triangular pillows found in most Thai households and beach bungalow bars.


Yasothon is the smallest province in the lower northeast of Thailand’s Isan region. It is famed for its Rocket Festival, which is celebrated each May by the firing of home-made rockets, a showcase of elaborately decorated floats, and live music and dancing.

In Yasothon town, the main attraction is Phra That Yasothon a greatly revered Lao-style Chedi, and That Kong Khao Noi, an ancient Khmer Chedi. Just outside of Yasothon town, the village of Ban Si Than is renowned for producing the iconic Thai triangular pillows.

For its size Yasothon has a decent number of accommodation options catering to those on various budgets.

Although a principally agricultural area, Yasothon has many fascinating and beautiful temples, a number of outstanding natural attractions, and a several charming handicrafts villages that are easy for tourists to visit.

As a principally agricultural area, Yasothon has limited activities other than visiting the many outstanding cultural, natural, and historical attractions in the city and throughout the province.

Most restaurants on Yasothon serve a variety of cuisines, including Thai and international foods. Most guesthouse and resorts have restaurants that serve both. The following are some of the restaurants on Yasothon

As in most provincial capitals, Yasothon features a central market where locals can buy everything from groceries to household appliances and visitors can shop for clothing and other necessary supplies. In addition to the shopping venues listed below, there are often locally produced handicrafts available at central markets, the occasional night market, and from village workshops in smaller towns throughout the province.

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The city of democracy, rockets, watermelon, Kwan pillows, Khit cloth, and jasmine rice.

Yasothon is the smallest province in the lower northeast of Thailand’s Isan region. It is famed for its Rocket Festival, which is celebrated each may at the commencement of the Rainy Season. The home-made rockets, some capable of firing hundreds of feet into the sky pay homage to the god of rains. The celebration lasts for days with elaborately decorated floats paraded through the town and live music performed for those interested in dancing or partying late into the night.

In Yasothon town, the main attraction is Phra That Yasothon a greatly revered Lao-style Chedi believed to be over 1,200 years old. It enshrines holy relics of Phra Ananda, one of the Buddha's chief disciples. Other historic temples include That Kong Khao Noi, an ancient Khmer Chedi with a brick and stucco Buddha that is ritually bathed during the Thai new year’s celebrations in April. For those interested in handicrafts, the village of Ban Si Than is renowned for the triangular pillows found in most Thai households and beach bungalow bars.


Yasothon is the smallest province in the lower northeast of Thailand’s Isan region. It is famed for its Rocket Festival, which is celebrated each May by the firing of home-made rockets, a showcase of elaborately decorated floats, and live music and dancing.

In Yasothon town, the main attraction is Phra That Yasothon a greatly revered Lao-style Chedi, and That Kong Khao Noi, an ancient Khmer Chedi. Just outside of Yasothon town, the village of Ban Si Than is renowned for producing the iconic Thai triangular pillows.

For its size Yasothon has a decent number of accommodation options catering to those on various budgets.

Although a principally agricultural area, Yasothon has many fascinating and beautiful temples, a number of outstanding natural attractions, and a several charming handicrafts villages that are easy for tourists to visit.

As a principally agricultural area, Yasothon has limited activities other than visiting the many outstanding cultural, natural, and historical attractions in the city and throughout the province.

Most restaurants on Yasothon serve a variety of cuisines, including Thai and international foods. Most guesthouse and resorts have restaurants that serve both. The following are some of the restaurants on Yasothon

As in most provincial capitals, Yasothon features a central market where locals can buy everything from groceries to household appliances and visitors can shop for clothing and other necessary supplies. In addition to the shopping venues listed below, there are often locally produced handicrafts available at central markets, the occasional night market, and from village workshops in smaller towns throughout the province.

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The city of democracy, rockets, watermelon, Kwan pillows, Khit cloth, and jasmine rice.

Yasothon is the smallest province in the lower northeast of Thailand’s Isan region. It is famed for its Rocket Festival, which is celebrated each may at the commencement of the Rainy Season. The home-made rockets, some capable of firing hundreds of feet into the sky pay homage to the god of rains. The celebration lasts for days with elaborately decorated floats paraded through the town and live music performed for those interested in dancing or partying late into the night.

In Yasothon town, the main attraction is Phra That Yasothon a greatly revered Lao-style Chedi believed to be over 1,200 years old. It enshrines holy relics of Phra Ananda, one of the Buddha's chief disciples. Other historic temples include That Kong Khao Noi, an ancient Khmer Chedi with a brick and stucco Buddha that is ritually bathed during the Thai new year’s celebrations in April. For those interested in handicrafts, the village of Ban Si Than is renowned for the triangular pillows found in most Thai households and beach bungalow bars.


Yasothon is the smallest province in the lower northeast of Thailand’s Isan region. It is famed for its Rocket Festival, which is celebrated each May by the firing of home-made rockets, a showcase of elaborately decorated floats, and live music and dancing.

In Yasothon town, the main attraction is Phra That Yasothon a greatly revered Lao-style Chedi, and That Kong Khao Noi, an ancient Khmer Chedi. Just outside of Yasothon town, the village of Ban Si Than is renowned for producing the iconic Thai triangular pillows.

For its size Yasothon has a decent number of accommodation options catering to those on various budgets.

Although a principally agricultural area, Yasothon has many fascinating and beautiful temples, a number of outstanding natural attractions, and a several charming handicrafts villages that are easy for tourists to visit.

As a principally agricultural area, Yasothon has limited activities other than visiting the many outstanding cultural, natural, and historical attractions in the city and throughout the province.

Most restaurants on Yasothon serve a variety of cuisines, including Thai and international foods. Most guesthouse and resorts have restaurants that serve both. The following are some of the restaurants on Yasothon

As in most provincial capitals, Yasothon features a central market where locals can buy everything from groceries to household appliances and visitors can shop for clothing and other necessary supplies. In addition to the shopping venues listed below, there are often locally produced handicrafts available at central markets, the occasional night market, and from village workshops in smaller towns throughout the province.

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The city of democracy, rockets, watermelon, Kwan pillows, Khit cloth, and jasmine rice.

Yasothon is the smallest province in the lower northeast of Thailand’s Isan region. It is famed for its Rocket Festival, which is celebrated each may at the commencement of the Rainy Season. The home-made rockets, some capable of firing hundreds of feet into the sky pay homage to the god of rains. The celebration lasts for days with elaborately decorated floats paraded through the town and live music performed for those interested in dancing or partying late into the night.

In Yasothon town, the main attraction is Phra That Yasothon a greatly revered Lao-style Chedi believed to be over 1,200 years old. It enshrines holy relics of Phra Ananda, one of the Buddha's chief disciples. Other historic temples include That Kong Khao Noi, an ancient Khmer Chedi with a brick and stucco Buddha that is ritually bathed during the Thai new year’s celebrations in April. For those interested in handicrafts, the village of Ban Si Than is renowned for the triangular pillows found in most Thai households and beach bungalow bars.


Yasothon is the smallest province in the lower northeast of Thailand’s Isan region. It is famed for its Rocket Festival, which is celebrated each May by the firing of home-made rockets, a showcase of elaborately decorated floats, and live music and dancing.

In Yasothon town, the main attraction is Phra That Yasothon a greatly revered Lao-style Chedi, and That Kong Khao Noi, an ancient Khmer Chedi. Just outside of Yasothon town, the village of Ban Si Than is renowned for producing the iconic Thai triangular pillows.

For its size Yasothon has a decent number of accommodation options catering to those on various budgets.

Although a principally agricultural area, Yasothon has many fascinating and beautiful temples, a number of outstanding natural attractions, and a several charming handicrafts villages that are easy for tourists to visit.

As a principally agricultural area, Yasothon has limited activities other than visiting the many outstanding cultural, natural, and historical attractions in the city and throughout the province.

Most restaurants on Yasothon serve a variety of cuisines, including Thai and international foods. Most guesthouse and resorts have restaurants that serve both. The following are some of the restaurants on Yasothon

As in most provincial capitals, Yasothon features a central market where locals can buy everything from groceries to household appliances and visitors can shop for clothing and other necessary supplies. In addition to the shopping venues listed below, there are often locally produced handicrafts available at central markets, the occasional night market, and from village workshops in smaller towns throughout the province.

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The city of democracy, rockets, watermelon, Kwan pillows, Khit cloth, and jasmine rice.

Yasothon is the smallest province in the lower northeast of Thailand’s Isan region. It is famed for its Rocket Festival, which is celebrated each may at the commencement of the Rainy Season. The home-made rockets, some capable of firing hundreds of feet into the sky pay homage to the god of rains. The celebration lasts for days with elaborately decorated floats paraded through the town and live music performed for those interested in dancing or partying late into the night.

In Yasothon town, the main attraction is Phra That Yasothon a greatly revered Lao-style Chedi believed to be over 1,200 years old. It enshrines holy relics of Phra Ananda, one of the Buddha's chief disciples. Other historic temples include That Kong Khao Noi, an ancient Khmer Chedi with a brick and stucco Buddha that is ritually bathed during the Thai new year’s celebrations in April. For those interested in handicrafts, the village of Ban Si Than is renowned for the triangular pillows found in most Thai households and beach bungalow bars.


Yasothon is the smallest province in the lower northeast of Thailand’s Isan region. It is famed for its Rocket Festival, which is celebrated each May by the firing of home-made rockets, a showcase of elaborately decorated floats, and live music and dancing.

In Yasothon town, the main attraction is Phra That Yasothon a greatly revered Lao-style Chedi, and That Kong Khao Noi, an ancient Khmer Chedi. Just outside of Yasothon town, the village of Ban Si Than is renowned for producing the iconic Thai triangular pillows.

For its size Yasothon has a decent number of accommodation options catering to those on various budgets.

Although a principally agricultural area, Yasothon has many fascinating and beautiful temples, a number of outstanding natural attractions, and a several charming handicrafts villages that are easy for tourists to visit.

As a principally agricultural area, Yasothon has limited activities other than visiting the many outstanding cultural, natural, and historical attractions in the city and throughout the province.

Most restaurants on Yasothon serve a variety of cuisines, including Thai and international foods. Most guesthouse and resorts have restaurants that serve both. The following are some of the restaurants on Yasothon

As in most provincial capitals, Yasothon features a central market where locals can buy everything from groceries to household appliances and visitors can shop for clothing and other necessary supplies. In addition to the shopping venues listed below, there are often locally produced handicrafts available at central markets, the occasional night market, and from village workshops in smaller towns throughout the province.