Transportation: Airplane (Ubon Ratchathani Airport), train, public bus and private car
Ubon Ratchathani Province is the MICE city that is located in lower northeastern Thailand. Its topography is varied so there are a variety of beautiful natural sites such as Pha Chanadai Cliff at Pha Taem National Park; the cliff is at the end of the east side of Thailand and is the location to calculate the sunrise. For this reason, it is the first location to see the sunrise every day with the stunning scenery of the Mekong River and Laos. Moreover, there is Wat Sirindhornwararam, or the fluorescent temple that outstanding point is the luminous painting of the Pink Shower Tree on the back wall of the ubosot.
Further, there are many interesting venues for MICE activities in Ubon Ratchathani Province, such as the learning centre, Ban Na Yea Rice Genetic Conservation Group that focuses on organic farming and offers the workshop on rice processing to the interested people, or Ban Khan Tha Kwian, the community on the side of the Mekong River where the team building activity and knowledge about cotton flowers and cotton weaving are available.
Transportation: Airplane (Buriram Airport), train, public bus and private car
Buriram Province is the MICE city in the lower northeastern Thailand, which is the location of the significant ancient remains during Kmer civilization such as Phanom Rung Historical Park or Muangtam Historical Park. In addition, there is Chang Arena, a 32,600 seat sports stadium that is established to use as the home stadium of Buriram United Football Club. Aside from being the sports stadium, it is the venue for special events and MICE activities. Moreover, Buriram Province has spaces for MICE activities, such as Wetland and Eastern Sarus Crane Conservation Center, Buriram
that welcomes people to visit and learn about local wild life and vegetation or Ban Ta Long Village, OTOP Inno-Life tourism-based community which is very unique for Thai rice growing and silk weaving where a group of people can visit and learn about the local way of life.