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What to do in Khon Kaen?

Posted by RealDaffyDuck on October 3, 2011

No, really, this is a question, not an article.

I’m asking you guys for advice!

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4 Responses to “What to do in Khon Kaen?”

  1. Find the nearest bus terminal or train station, and return to civilization (i.e., Bangkok) immediately.

    • RealDaffyDuck said

      LOL!

      I hear you – I’m trying to plan for my next trip, and am looking at “places I’ve never been before”, somewhat out of the way.

      Thinking of renting a car for the week, piling in, and driving around northern-bound, to see what’s there.

      Maybe head out around Khao Yai National Park, and do some sightseeing around divorce firesales…

  2. END OF STORY said

    Khon Kaen? Been there a few times and, well, there’s not many things to do at night during the weekend and even fewer things during the week. The city has a fair number of large outdoor Thai style restaurants/clubs (6-8?) and a few good clubs (been to 3-4 good ones but don’t remember the names) and karaoke clubs. Take notice that there is almost nothing going on during the week with the exception of one or two clubs and the club in the Charoen Thani Hotel (I think it was that hotel or one of the other hotels a couple blocks away).

    And speaking of hotels, the Glacier hotel is hands down the best value for the money. If you like ultra modern furnished rooms with a very cool-chic feel then the Glacier Hotel is the place to stay. I’ve stayed there a few times and each time I think how the hotel is out of place in Khon Kaen. It would be a better fit in LA, Miami or the Silom district of Bangkok (and would probably be booked out months in advance). Guaranteed any local girl you take to your room is going to want to stay the night, take photos of the room, invite over friends, ask you to marry her without paying sin sot, etc. etc. etc.

    END OF STORY

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