Attractions in Thailand : Surin

Khon Kaen
Nakon Phanom
Nakorn Ratchasima
Nong Khai
Ubon Ratchathani
Udon Thani

The province covers an area of 8,124 kilometers. The provincial capital is 457 kilometers from Bangkok. Surin is best known for its tradition of hunting and training wild elephants. Elephants star in the annual Surin Elephant Round Up every third weekend in November. The province contains two-prasat hin of note, Prasat Hin Chon Phra and Prasat Hin Ban Palang, both some thirty kilometers from the provincial capital. Villagers from Ban Khwao Sinarin and Ban Chok produce traditional silverware largely in the form of belts, necklaces, bracelets, earrings and decorative items.