Safari World, offers a great variety of one stop center, fun, discovery and entertainment for visitors, of all ages and nationalities.

An exciting Safari drive through a picturesque African wildness setting and an intimate encounter with the friendly Dolphins and lots more.

Safari World. Thailand's greatest large open zoo and leisure park !!

Siam Niramit, Thailand's Must See Show !! Featuring a gigantic stage over 100 performers. Spectacular scenery, and many special effects using the world's most advanced technology. Great entertainment for all the family, the show has attracted fantastic reviews from around the world.

An elephant show complete with dramatic sound and narration. The entertainment of the demonstrations of the elephants at work and at play. See for yourself how elephants are rounded up and used during battles in ancient Siam amidst a historical back ground.


Nakhon Ratchasima :

Also know as Khorat, Nakhon Ratchasima is the gateway to Thailand’s northeast region-known as I-san in Thai-a largely rural area and the least changed part of the country. The province has a long recorded history and during the pre-Thai period was an important outpost of the ancient Khmer civilization centred on Angkor, in Cambodia. The largest and finest of several Khmer sites in the area is Phimai, an 11th century temple complex that has been well restored. Besides places of historical and cultural interest, Nakhon Ratchasima is also home to vast tracts of Khao Yai National Park, ranked as one of the country’s finest nature preserves and featuring a great diversity of habitats from evergreen rainforest to savannah.

Udon Thani :

Udon Thani is a busy communications and transportation hub and provides ready access to the surrounding provinces of Khon Khan to the south, and Nong Khai in the north. The province’s biggest attraction for the traveler, however, is the prehistoric site of Ban Chiang where, in the 1970s, archaeological finds yielded evidence of a civilization dating back more than 4,000 years. Examples of the finds, including skeletons, tools and distinctively patterned pottery, can be seen in excavation pits that have been left open at the site and which give a good insight into the thrill of archaeological discovery.

Nong Khai :

Stretched out along the banks of the Mekong River, opposite the Laotian capital of Vientiane, Nong Khai is an attractive province, fascinating for its river views. At Nong Khai town the Mekong is spanned by the 1,190-metre Friendship Bridge, opened in 1994, and the charming little provincial capital, distinguished by a handful of fine temples, serves as a gateway to Laos, as well as being an extremely pleasant spot in its own right.

Surin :

For most of the year, Surin is a place of deep rural tranquility, but in late November the provincial capital comes fabulously alive as it hosts the annual Elephant Round-Up. This exiting and colourful spectacle celebrates the remarkable role elephants have played in Thai history and the development of the country. It’s a most special occasion and not to be missed.

Khon Kaen :

Renowed for its I-san food and its hand-woven silk, Khon Kaen lies in the heart of the Northeast. The provincial capital is a large modern city, where a good choice of places for the overnight stay and restaurants make it an extremely inviting place for a stopover en route to other destinations to the north and east.