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Surin Province,  Map of Surin, Getting to Surin Province

Getting to and From Surin


By Car

From Bangkok, head north via highway 1 ( Pahonyothin Road ) and get into highway 2 (Mittraphap Road) at Saraburi. Use highway 24 ( Chok Chai - Det Udom ) via Amphoe Nang Rong, Prasat, then turn left into highway 214 to Surin. This route is 457 kilometres long. Or from Nakhon Ratchasima, motorist can use highway 226, en route Amphoe Chakkrarat , Huai Thalaeng, Lam Plai Mat, Buri Ram to Surin. This route is 434 kilometres

By Bus


Scheduled buses leave Northeastern Bus terminal ( Mo chit 2 ) on Kamphaeng Phet II Road in Bangkok every day. For more information, call 0-2936-2852-66. Transport Co, Surin Branch Tel. 0-4451-1756. Kitchakan Ratchasima Tour Co, Tel. 0-4451-2161, Nakhon Chai Air Co., Tel. 0-4451-5151.

By train


Trains regularly leave Bangkok's Hua Lumphong and Bang Sue stations for Surin. For more information, call 1690, 0-2220-4334, 0-2220-4444. Surin Railway Station Tel. 0-4451-1295, 0-4451-5393 or visit [www.railway.co.th].


Getting  around when there


Surin is a small town, most journeys in the central area can be accomplished on foot. However, there are also samlors and tuk-tuks. The larger hotels also have a car available for hire. Keep in mind that no one considers overcharging a foreigner to be a serious crime. A samlor ride around the central region of the town is 40 Baht, a tuk-tuk maybe 50 / 60 Baht for foreigners. If in doubt ask your hotel for advice.

Surin Province, Page 4, Items of Interest in & around Surin, City Pillar Shrine, Surin National Museum.