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  • Buriram Province

    Buriram Province (Thai: ????????????????) lies in lower northeastern Thailand also known as Isaan. "Buriram" means City of Happiness. The province's motto is "the city of sandstone sanctuaries, land of volcanoes, beautiful silk, rich culture and the best city of sport".
    In 2012 it had a population of 27,862. It has a sizable northern Khmer population. Thai, and Isaan are commonly spoken with an estimated 27.6% of the population speaking northern Khmer. Buriram consists of 23 districts (amphoes), 189 subdistricts (tambons) and 2,212 villages (mubans).

    Festivals

    Besides the common religious days, Songkran Day and New Year's Day, Buriram also celebrates local festivals such as the festival of the 5th lunar month. Locals celebrate by making merit, bathing Buddha images and the elderly, play Thai traditional sports.

    Attractions

    Phanom Rung Historical Park Tour
    Ta Pek, Chaloem Phra Kiat District, Buri Ram 31110

    Prasat Muang Tam Tour
    Chorakhe Mak, Prakhon Chai District, Buri Ram 31140

    Khao Kradong Forest Park
    Khao Kradong Golf Club, Tambon Samet, Amphoe Mueang Buri Ram, Chang Wat Buri Ram 31000

    Nong Hung Sanctuary
    Khao Kradong Golf Club, Tambon Samet, Amphoe Mueang Buri Ram, Chang Wat Buri Ram 31000

    Wat Khao Angkhan
    Charoen Suk, Chaloem Phra Kiat District, Buri Ram 31170

    Travel

    Buriram Airport is the only airport in Buriram Province. Two airlines, Nok Air and Thai AirAsia, serve Buriram from Don Mueang International Airport (DMK).
    State Railway of Thailand (SRT), the national passenger rail system, provides service to Buriram at the Buriram Railway Station. SRT provides many services such as limited express trains to Bangkok and Ubon Ratchathani, commuter trains to Nakhon Ratchasima and beyond.
    The Transport Co., Ltd. operates a bus depot at Buriram Bus Station, and Nakhonchai Air has its bus station adjacent.
    Public transitThe Buriram Songthaew System (BSS) provides public transportation for the city. BSS was established many years ago. There are two lines: Line 1 (Buriram Municipality Market-Khao Kradong Forest Park Line), and Line 2 (Ban Bua Line). Both lines are colored pink.
    Highways
    Highways 218, 219, 226, and 2074 pass through Buriram.

    Some Hotels Located in Buriram Province

    Amari Buriram United
    444 Moo 15 Buriram-Prakonchai Road, Isan,
    Mueang Buri Ram District,
    Buri Ram,
    +66 44 111 444

    Ray Hotel Burirum
    515 ???? 8 ?????????? ????? ?????
    Buri Ram 31000
    66 44 110 767

    Cresco Hotel - Buriram
    333 Moo 4 Buriram-Prakonchai Road, Isan,
    Muang Buriram,
    Buri Ram 31000,
    +66 44 634 901

    X2 Vibe Buriram Hotel ?????????????????????????
    405 Moo 10, Isan,
    Amphoe Muang Buri Ram,
    Buri Ram 31000
    +66 44 634 678

    Jintana Resort
    416 ??????? 8 ????? ????? ??????
    Mueang Buri Ram District
    Buri Ram 31000
    +66 44 620 150

    Modena by Fraser Buriram
    111 ??????? 16 Samet,
    Mueang Buri Ram District,
    Buri Ram 31000
    +66 44 118 188
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