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Sisaket’s Rambutan and Durian Fair - The fair is held every June at the field before Amphoe Kantaralak or Amphoe Khun Harn. Fair goer can enjoy the big sales of fruits from Sisaket such as rambutan, durian, lanson, mangosteen, stink beam and rubber, flower floats, documentary exhibition, and fruit tasting caravan.


Half and Quarter Marathon to Mor E - Dang  - Held annually on the third Sunday of December, the half and quarter marathon will start from Ban Phume Sarol to Mor E-Dang Cliff, on the way to Preah Vihear. This uphill and foggy route to the border is a quite challenging route which attracts many runners.


Getting to Sisaket Province.


By Car

From Bangkok, use highway 1 ( Payolyothin Road ) then highway 2 ( Mitraphap Road ) from Saraburi. Neat to Korat (Nakhon Ratchsima) take highway 24 ( Chock Chai-Det Udom ) to reach Sisaket City. This route is 571 kilometres.


By Bus

Buses and air-conditioned coaches leave the Northeastern Bus Terminal ( Mo Chit 2 ) in Bangkok for Sisaket daily. The journey takes 8 hours. For more information, call 0-2936-2852-66 and Sisaket Bus Terminal at 0-4561-2500 or visit www.transport.co.th


By Train

Ordinary, rapid, and express trains regularly leave Bangkok and Bang Sue Station for Sisaket. The route is 515 kilometres. For more information, call State Railway of Thailand at 1690, 0-2220-4334, 02220-4444, and Sisaket Railway Station at 0-4561-1525 or visit www.railway.co.th

For getting around in Sisaket City, tricycles are readily available. Moreover, there are buses from downtown Si Saket (Amphoe Muang) to other towns ( Amphoe)  as well as provinces nearby.


By Plane

The nearest airport is at Ubon Ratchathani - airport code UBP which is served by Air Asia and Thai Airways International ( or subsidiary companies).


Getting  around when there

There are neither meter - taxis nor tuk - tuks, but you can hire a motorbike - taxi or take a samlor ( three-wheeled bicycle - taxi )

Sisaket Province, Page 6,  Places to see, and local products to look out for. Songkhla page 1, How to get there