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How to get to Nong Bua Lamphu Province.

By Car

From Bangkok, motorist can use highway 1 ( Pahol Yothin Rd. ) to Saraburi. Turn right at kilometre 107 into highway 2 ( Mitraphap Rd. ) and travel via Nakhon Ratchasima, Khon Kaen, Udon Thani. Turn left into highway 210, via Amphoe Nong Wuasor of Udon Thani to Nongbua Lamphu. This route is 608 kilometres long. In another route, motorist can turn left in Khon Kaen into highway 2109 ( Amphoe Namphong-Ubonrat Dam ) via Amphoe None Sang to Nongbua Lamphu . This route is 577 kilometres.

By Bus

Regular buses and air-conditioning coaches provide regular services between Bangkok and Nongbua Lamphu. For more information, call Northeastern Bus Terminal ( Mo chit 2 ) at 0-2936-2852-66 and 0-2936-1880 or visit www.transport.co.th

By Train

Train passenger can travel from Bangkok to Udon Thani, then take bus to Nongbua Lamphu. Train’s timetable can be checked at State Railway of Thailand at 1690, 0-2220-4334, 0-2220-4444 or visit www.railways.co.th

By Plane

Thai Airways International does not operate direct flight between Bangkok and Nongbua Lamphu. Passenger can fly to Udon Thani and take bus to Nongbua Lamphu. For flight timetable, call THAI at 1566, 0-2356-1111, 0-2280-0060, 0-2628-2000 or visit www.thaiairways.com

Getting around. Local bus or Song Thaew commutes in the municipality of Amphoe Muang Nongbua Lamphu. There are also buses to different Amphoe's.

Places of Interest to see around Nong Bua Lamphu Province

Monument and shrine of King Naresuan the Great.  Built to commemorate King Naresuan the Great. who in 1574 led his army en route Nongbua Lamphu to Vientiane under orders of the King of Hongsa, the kingdom of Burma which ruled Thailand at that time.

Nong Bua. This big pond is right in front of the city hall. As it never dries, the pond with beautiful back drop of Phu Phan Kham Range is used to relax by Nongbua Lamphu residents.