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Northern Isaan is a region of Thailand, close to the border with Laos. Geographically it is part of the Mekong Valley. The barrier between Northern Isaan and Central Isaan is the Phu Phan Mountains.

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Map of Northern Isaan
  • Bueng Kan — The newest province in Thailand and Isaan region, separated from Nong Khai in 2011
  • 1 Loei
  • 2 Mukdahan — next to Mekong river, Second Thai–Lao Friendship Bridge is located here
  • 3 Nakhon Phanom
  • 4 Nong Bua Lamphu
  • 5 Nong Khai — the gateway to Vientiane in Laos
  • 6 Sakon Nakhon
  • 7 Udon Thani — home to Ban Chiang Archaeological Site

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  • 1 Chiang Khan — see an amazing temple, laze around, looking at Laos
  • Jom Jang — small village near Nong Khai
  • 2 Phon Phisai — a village nearby Nong Khai
  • 3 Phu Kradueng National Park — A national park that protects Phu Kradueng mountain, a mesa that rises 1,000 meters above the surrounding valleys. Hiking trails in the park lead to overlooks and past waterfalls.

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