Nong Prajak Park
Udon's most popular park starts to rev up as the afternoon winds down. Much of the action takes place on the sunset-watching side of the...
Lak Meuang (City Pillar Shrine)
Udon's city pillar is guarded by an impressive and fearsome-looking yaksa (demon).
This temple was originally built by Prince Prajak around 1893.
There's a string of juice bars strung along this part of the road, just in front of the Tourism Authority of Thailand office.
This white cottage and garden transported from the English countryside is the polar opposite of the Soi Falang experience. It features...
Th Suppakitchanya · interesting places nearby
Rabiang Phatchanee information
This place on the lake's east shore offers all the usual Thai dishes, but also many you've probably never tried before, such as fish-stomach salad. Eat outdoors on the deck or in air-conditioned dining rooms.