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Phu Wiang National Park

Phu Wiang, Thailand
+66 43 358 073
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Phu Wiang National Park & Dinosaur Museum & Si Wiang Dinosaur Park

If you are looking for dinosaur fossils and dinosaur steps, prehistoric human skeletons and iron... read more

Reviewed 9 June 2017
Heidi I
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Los Angeles, Chile
Unique Dinosurus place in North East Thailand

Wow ....very nice area, with 4 locations of dinoraurs findings. Numbers 1-2-3 and 9 to be exactly... read more

Reviewed 25 December 2016
fabian4fabian
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Kathu, Thailand
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Reviewed 9 June 2017

If you are looking for dinosaur fossils and dinosaur steps, prehistoric human skeletons and iron tools, you must to visit tt place located in Phu Wiang district about 70 kilometers North West of Khon Kaen. The park was established in 1991, 15 years after a...More

Thank Heidi I
Reviewed 25 December 2016 via mobile

Wow ....very nice area, with 4 locations of dinoraurs findings. Numbers 1-2-3 and 9 to be exactly. Good preserved remainings of dinosaurs,: bones, skeletons and footprints. Also beautiful flora and variation of stones, rocks and sand in different colours ( from black to red). As...More

1  Thank fabian4fabian
Reviewed 4 November 2016 via mobile

There are some great places up here and Phu Wiang is one of them. Literally meaning Mountains Around Town it is true. Again looking at Google Maps you can see the formation created by an asteroid strike millions of years ago. Once you get to...More

Thank David D
Reviewed 24 July 2016

dinosaur display was nice and very uncrowded unlike most places in Thailand... trail was a little long and difficult for the old ones but very beautiful vistas ... just a note bring plenty water and snacks pause and rest at overlooks im diabetic had little...More

Thank farlong68
Reviewed 26 May 2016

We caught a mini bus service from KoenKhan that offers a pre arranged pick up time from the park .Driver a little erratic but that's another story . We had been quite excited to see fossils and had hoped for some wildlife as well ....More

Thank Judygoodies
Reviewed 7 May 2016

This was a fun park with good hiking - though the combo of distance and heat were a bit much for our younger children - and some dinosaur fossils and foot prints to look at. It was a memorable stop on my family's Summer Tour...More

Thank Boise_Jax
Reviewed 25 January 2016

It takes two and a half hour drive from downtown Udon thani. I recommend charter a taxi for a whole day(8 hours) for 1800 B (1US=36B, US50) plus fuel fee like airlines, 500B. There are 3 parts. 1 st one is a rotary full of...More

Thank Sabaitraveller
Reviewed 5 January 2016

The dinosaur fossils were nice but the hiking and views were even better. The only downside would be the difficulty for young kids and old people; my son is 7, and mother in law is 71, and both could do it, but it's a rough...More

Thank John B
Reviewed 3 August 2015 via mobile

Walking next to dinosaur prints in stone, 65 million years apart, was well worth the time. Museum is worth a few minutes at best. We rented scooters from Khon Khaen, rode the 12km north to the prints and then visited all sites by foot. Sites...More

Thank neuogenisis
Reviewed 11 July 2015

The National Park is located off route 2038 just outside the town of Phu Wiang. Keep straight on at the roundabout where a large concrete dinosaur stands. Follow the sign posts. The road becomes a little narrow and twisting before you enter the park which...More

1  Thank Frances H
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Ross S
15 December 2016|
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Response from David D | Reviewed this property |
Hello Ross. firstly are you Ross Shaw previously living in Nottingham now living in Melbourne Australia. If so lol I sussed you out hehe. if not the answer to your question is this. my wifes familly live a few miles from... More
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Ross S
15 December 2016|
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Response from David D | Reviewed this property |
Hi Ross. For me it was easy as my in-laws live in Phuwiang Town so we have access to cars and motorcycles. where are you staying. I wouls suggest that you ask your hotel to book you a Minivan for the day to see all of the... More
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