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You don't need to travel too far to get to Tha Bo, which lies 12 miles south of the well-known city of Vientiane.
Located 15 miles east, Nong Khai is worth a day trip. Many people are drawn here by Sala Keoku.
Tha Bo sits within driving distance of some alluring natural sights. COPE Visitor Centre is located 10 miles away and is well worth a wander around.
The Pha That Luang and the Patuxay are close to the middle of Ban Donnoun, 17 miles to the north of Tha Bo. Why not make your way there and have a gander?
Keen to visit Sanjao Pu-Ya, the Udorn Sunshine Nursery and Ho Chi Minh Educational & Tourism Historical Site? They're all near Udon Thani, 30 miles away. Nong Prajak Park and Udon Thani Provincial Mesuem are also close at hand and ought to be on your itinerary.
Tickets? Check. Passport? Check. But have you packed your appetite? With some fine food and drink to gorge on in this region, it's the one thing you shouldn't travel without.
This corner of the world has its own cuisine based on traditional ingredients and local tastes. You'll discover dill and sticky rice are two typical elements in much of the fare.
No food-obsessed traveller would visit Tha Bo without digging into at least one of the signature dishes, such as tom saep (hot and sour meat soup) and koi pla (spicy raw fish salad).
Make use of your flight time by learning some expressions in Thai. Try to articulate "Sà-wàt-dee". It translates to "hello". One more common phrase is "Mâi khâo jai" ("I don't understand").
Be sure to mark the 5th of December in your calendar. In Tha Bo this means one thing — Birthday of King Phumiphon. A significant day of festivities, this is a great time to head to the country.
It's always hard to say "Læ̂w phb kạn h̄ım̀" to Tha Bo, but we're sure you will have had an incredible trip.
Would you like to know where the closest airport is? Well, it's called Wattay International Airport (VTE) and it is 11 miles north.