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During the months from January to May when the Mekong river level resides to its lowest, the Jomanee  ( Joe-mar-nee ) beach  appears near the Friendship Bridge, 2km west of town. Food and drink vendors readily provide mats, shade and music for the hundreds of locals - and two or three tourists - who patronise their stalls. An excellent spot to watch the sunset.

When you vist Nongkhai you must get a massage. An example is Rungtawan Thai Massage, 1205 Jen Job Thid Road, Nai Muang sub district.


If you enjoy a good read then you should visit Hornbill bookshop. It has a good collection of fiction, non-fiction guide books, maps and a growing collection of international titles. This book shop is located in the Soi leading to Mut Mee guest house. The owner has an extensive knowledge about her books and about Thailand in general.


Go fishing at VS Fishing Park, 157/1 M5 Tambolhadkam, Tel: 042-411054 or 086-2425914. 80 Baht for the day to fish. 100 Baht for days rent of rod, reel and hooks etc. 20 Baht for bag of sticky rice for bait. They have a restaurant there also. Fishing competitions held on the first Sunday of each month. All fish have to be returned to the pond after being caught. 20kg carp have been caught here.

Nong Khai Province, Page 9,  Weather Chart, & general facts about the region.

There are plenty of banks with ATMs in town, in particular on the main drag, Prajak road, and on Meechai road, which is runs parallel and to the north of Prajak road. Some ATMs limit the amount you can take out to 3,000 Baht/day. The ones inside Tesco-Lotus near the cashiers allow up withdrawls up to 25,000 Baht. The only bank branch open on Saturdays is at the Tesco-Lotus mall. If you stand in front of the main entrance pass the building on the right side and enter near the bookshop. Most ATMs charge 150 Baht for overseas cards but the Aeon Bank doesn't - find it in the Tesco Lotus shopping mall near to KFC / adjacent to the MK Restaurant.


The recently renovated Thasadej market is a 500 mtr. covered alley market beside the Mekong river, where one can find hand made Thai and Lao products, Chinese teas, cheap ( and often low quality ) electronics, clothes and a bewildering assortment of other items. It's open daily 08:00-18:00.

Nong Khai Province, Weather Chart, & general facts about the region.