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Very intresting place but a little far away, you'll need a car to get there.

I was astonished when we first arrived just by the looks of the rock formation. Well worth the... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
หนุ่ย ค
Interesting Place to visit

I visited this Park in November after doing a day looking for hidden Temples, there was ample car... read more

Reviewed 1 June 2018
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Baanphue | Phu Phra Bat Buabok Forest Park, Udon Thani 41160, Thailand
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

I was astonished when we first arrived just by the looks of the rock formation. Well worth the effort to get there. Located about a hundred kilometer from Udon Thani downtown area, With no direct public transport available from Udon Thani city, you will either...More

1  Thank หนุ่ย ค
Reviewed 1 June 2018

I visited this Park in November after doing a day looking for hidden Temples, there was ample car parking space and a small food area near the car park but serving local food only, there was lots to see but this is a place where...More

1  Thank Rayq81
Reviewed 5 May 2018

This place is super interesting, Me and my wife took the one hour round trip, and that was perfect, you can go longer if you want. I was soaking wet, but it was totally worth it, bring water)) The park is clean. Feels like you...More

2  Thank MichaelS9599
Reviewed 26 April 2018 via mobile

The Phu Phra Bat Historical Park is located outside of Udon Thani Town centre but well worth it..... Great rock formations plenty to see walking tracks are steep in some places take water and good pair of shoes.

Thank Rodney G
Reviewed 23 April 2018

In the early 80s I worked in the Udon Thani area for two years. But only on a recent trip back to Udon did I learn about this very interesting and some what out of the way park. I travelled there with two friends from...More

Thank Brian F
Reviewed 15 April 2018

Very interesting historical park with nice walks. It is possible to get here from Udon Thani by songthaw from Rangsina market to Ban Phue, then hire a tuk-tuk in Ban Phue. We paid 400baht with 2 hours waiting time for the tuk tuk.

Thank SakdaS71
Reviewed 7 February 2018

Large stones balancing on smaller stones.Stones like a Fred Fintstone house. Carvings of Buddha done many years ago, their age unknown. A square hole ,I had no idea how deep, carved in sandstone and full of water. You can wander around these at your leisure...More

2  Thank Wassa1950
Reviewed 29 January 2018

I went here on a day trip from Udon Thani, and I had a great time. There was almost nobody there so I had the trails mostly to myself. It was incredible to walk among the rocks and marvel at them, as well as the...More

Thank ZacharyMarret
Reviewed 21 January 2018

Well maintained historical park. Good explanations at the different locations of interest. Nice lay out. New entrance building and toilet building (very beautiful too, even with airco). Well worth to visit!!

1  Thank Anja S
Reviewed 7 January 2018

We walked for two hours inside the park to cover all the tracks mentioned on the map at the entrance. Some stones still have prehistoric paintings and drawings. Some buddha statues are hidden under some of them. Magical pace to discover. Easy walk for everyone,...More

1  Thank CoconutMiracle
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Carol W
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Response from Brian F | Reviewed this property |
My friends and I hired a car and driver for the day. This was our best option as he knew exactly how to get there, as it’s a bit hard to find.
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Response from sarahflokl | Reviewed this property |
Good afternoon, The pathways are well done and sanded or on stone for most part. it is mostly flat if you do the main sites with a few stairs or uneven sections. If you go on the least travelled sections ( which entrance... More
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