Phu Prabhat Historical Park

Phu Prabhat Historical Park, Udon Thani: Address, Phone Number, Phu Prabhat Historical Park Reviews: 4.5/5

Phu Prabhat Historical Park

Phu Prabhat Historical Park
4.5
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Darce1286
Newcastle upon Tyne, UK35 contributions
Must do in Udon Thani!
Dec 2020
A highlight of our Udon Thani trip. We walked around for a couple of hours and brought a picnic to eat for lunch. There is good signage around the site written in English to explain the history of the stones and the cave paintings. There is also modern and well designed information centre next to the car park. I would recommend taking some lunch/snacks with you as there is only one small shop.
Written 29 January 2021
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r0landbrunner
Zurich, Switzerland1,581 contributions
amazing !
Feb 2020
we made a two days (three nights) stop in Udon Thani, among others for a day visit to Phu Prabhat. And it was more then worth it. what amazing rock formations and some prehistoric drawings. I really hope they will make it on the official UNESCO World Heritage list.
Written 12 February 2020
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LCN
Singapore, Singapore138 contributions
Nice!
Jan 2020 • Friends
Nice place to wander if you enjoy simple hiking and checking out ancient rocks.

It’s about 2 hours drive from the town. And it’s best if you had your own transport, or hire someone to drive you.

It was generally quiet with not too many people when I visited.

Bring along a hat or umbrella to help provide shade from the sun. Going earlier may also allow you to escape from the intensity of the afternoon sun.

The toilets at the entrance are very clean and modern. There’s also a shop that sells some snacks and drinks at very reasonable prices.
Written 2 February 2020
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Jon N
Singa2,541 contributions
Ancient rock paintings and formation
Jan 2020 • Couples
This place is pretty big and hence will need about 1.5-2 hours to cover most of the sites and time to take photos. Here you can see ancient rock paintings from 2,000-3,000 years ago. Also nice rock formation and ancient religious place.
Written 22 January 2020
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Graeme H
Melbourne, Australia31 contributions
Interesting site and worth the drive to get there
Oct 2019
This park is a bit of a drive from Udon Thani but well worth it if you have some time and like to see historical sites. We didn't have time to look around the whole park but were quite impressed with what we did see.
It was great to have a Thai guide who worked in the park who explained much of the history to our driver who could then translate into English for us.
The site dates back hundreds of years and helps to give some understanding of the people who lived then in earlier times.
Written 31 December 2019
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jalee77
Singapore, Singapore435 contributions
Interesting rock formations :)
Dec 2019
This park displays some interesting rock formations, some are oriented (from ancient times) as shelters to provide shade:).

There are some ancient drawings on some rock formations.

I took about 3 hours to finish walking the entire park and taking photos.

This park is located about 65 kilometres from the city center of Udon Thani / Nong Khai. There is public transport but is not very convenient in terms of flexibility in timing. Thus, it is highly recommended to rent a car to go there.

There is an entrance fee payable and electric tram cars available (only for elderly / disabled)

There is also one food stall selling some local thai dishes and drinks.
Written 18 December 2019
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TStiller
Munich, Germany487 contributions
Great Hiking Trail, Signs need a synchronized update
Nov 2019
No easy to find but worth searching and to enjoy the wonders of nature.
When I did enter I got a plan and they said it will take me two hours all the way up to the top, and yes maybe depends how much time you will spend at the different sights and stone formations.
I took it as a hiking trail as it was mostly in the shade the trails are straight and the plan guided me thru, it was a really good 2-3 hour hiking trail in nature with some rocks!
The plan is not always helpful when you want to follow the rock formations and names and so on, even more confusing the Thai guide and the English guide have different numbers so the sighs to do correspond well.
All in all a nice get away from cities and noise into nature and walking up and down, with some funny stone houses and formations.
Take water with you as there is no stand in the park, only in front.
Written 3 December 2019
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Jan T
Udon Thani, Thailand60 contributions
A beautiful quit place with nice vieuws
Dec 2018 • Family
This is a nice quit Forrest place with beautiful views an a small walk to see all of this. The stones in the front but walk a little bit and you will see beautiful views and looks same canyons . When we visit this place there only a few thai people so very quit
Written 27 October 2019
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Nidal
1 contribution
Phu Phrabat Historical park
Sep 2018 • Friends
It is one of the most beautiful wonders of natural places of interest for foreign tourists. visitors must use boots as there is a lot of walking . The park is spread over a very big mountain which needs 3-4 hours walking amongst the forest . thousands of years ago it was inhibited by the Thai ancestors and grandfathers .The big and huge rocks and what is left of ruins and graves, hiding a misterious story about ancient tribes and community of this awesome place.it is stunning and amazing worth to visit .
My trip was on February 2018 .
Written 15 August 2019
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Navadon S
Bangkok, Thailand283 contributions
Nice exercise
May 2019 • Solo
I spent half a day there. Place is combining the stone park that need a lot of imagination and prehistoric drawing plus a good view point. You may need about 3 hrs to finish all area which is worth to do.
Park toilet is probably one of the best public toilet in any park in Thailand.
Written 30 June 2019
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