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Wang Nham Kiew Is Set To Reopen On 1st November, Netizens Dub It Isan’s Switzerland

Wang Nham Kiew is set to reopen on 1 November

Considering the easing of Covid-19 preventative measures in Thailand, it’s time for us to pack our bags and go out for a new journey.

During the winter season, Northeastern Thailand – Isaan in Thai – is one of the most popular destinations for many tourists.

So, we are beyond excited to hear good news about the opening of popular attractions in the Isaan region, like Wang Nham Kiew in Nakhon Ratchasima.

Here’s the update on the reopening of Wang Nham Kiew, and what to expect when you visit the attraction.

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Wang Nham Kiew is set to reopen to all tourists on 1st November

On 25th October 2021, Pongthep Malachasing, President of the Provincial Tourism Club, revealed that Wang Nham Kiew is set to reopen to fully vaccinated visitors on 1st November 2021, aiming to boost the local economy in the region.

The plan was followed with a stream of tourists visiting the site over the long weekend last week, according to CH7.

Regarding where to visit in Wang Nham Kiew, we have compiled a list of attractions you shouldn’t miss.

Wang Nham Kiew has photogenic views ideal for city escape

There are several attractions in Wang Nham Kiew worth visiting, especially during the colder season.

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Located at Thap Lan National Park, Pha Keb Tawan is a popular campsite where you can bask in the warm rays of the rising sun and feast your eyes on a sea of fog at the summit of the cliff.

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The camping area can accommodate around 200 tents.

Another campsite you can visit is Khao Paeng Ma.

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Here you can make camps amid the abundance of nature where you can see a herd of cattle roam freely in the field.

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Another highlight at Wang Nham Kiew is Flora Park.

Here, you can appreciate a wide range of colorful exotic flowers in full bloom that will offer you an iconic selfie experience and beautiful pictures for Instagram posts.

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Flora Park is set to reopen on 15th November 2021 (opening daily from 8AM-6PM).

In addition to the above, another interesting attraction we’re about to recommend will bring you to Switzerland with no use of visa or airline ticket.

Pha Rak Salad Dai is the little Switzerland in Isaan, Thailand

Pha Rak Salad Dai is a scenic spot in Wang Nham Kiew where you can pay a visit to a beautiful flower garden.

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The spot is dubbed “Isaan Switzerland” due to the cold weather and breathtaking scenery – so you can enjoy the cool breeze and breathe in some fresh air.

Located on the Salad Dai mountain, the spot overlooks the entire area of Wang Nham Kiew district, so you can take in the panoramic view of the entire region.

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Needless to say, the story gives us one final conclusion.

Go take a staycation at Wang Nham Kiew

If you want to take a long break from the city chaos and recharge your mental energy with the healing power of nature, we highly recommend travelling up to the Wang Nham Kiew district.

It’s not too late to book your ticket and ask your friends to go on a trip.

Also, when you arrive in Nakhon Ratchasima, please let us know where you want to visit in Wang Nham Kiew in the comments section.

Cover images adapted from (Clockwise from Top Left): ที่นี่นครราชสีมา, @junedolapat, @sungtanya, @thidarat.hoo

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