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Bangkok, the nation's capital, can be found roughly 180 miles to the west of Nong Bon.
Phanom Rung National Park is perfect for visitors who like to get outdoors. You'll find this natural splendour about 13 miles away from Nong Bon.
Sports lovers should experience a game at I-Mobile Stadium. It's in Buri Ram, about 30 miles to the north of Nong Bon. Grab a beer after the game and reflect on all the top moments.
Roughly 4 miles away is Kok Makham. Tourists make the trip there to visit Marsh Park and Sanam Bin Wildlife Refuge.
When it's time to explore beyond Nong Bon, check out a regional hub. Chaniang lies 30 miles away and offers plenty of attractions, like Wat Burapharam, Surin Plaza and City Pillar Shrine. Surindra Rajabhat University and Surin National Museum are also well worth spending time at.
Make sure you treat your senses in the region's alluring cafés and restaurants.
An excellent meal depends upon the quality of its components. Luckily for us, the dill and sticky rice here are second-to-none.
Two popular dishes worth tasting are tom saep (hot and sour meat soup) and koi pla (spicy raw fish salad).
Do you have trouble turing down dessert? Indulge your senses with some kraya sat (rice cake)
Northeast Thailand, a non-alcoholic drink, is the ideal choice at any time of the day.
Learning the local language is a simple way to break down cultural barriers, so take the time to practice a few handy Thai expressions and greetings before you leave. Raa-dtree sà-wàt means good night. There's also Mâi khâo jai, which is used to say I don't understand.
A national day of celebration, Birthday of King Phumiphon is something that you shouldn't miss. It takes place every year on the 5th of December.
You've had a ball, met lots of new friends and no doubt given your camera a good workout. When it finally comes time to get rid of your last baht and say "Laa gòn ná" to Buri Ram, chances are you'll already be thinking about your next trip!
When it's time to hit the tarmac, you should know that Siem Reap International Airport is 90 miles to the southeast.