Surin Province is one of the provinces in the northeastern region of Thailand. It is bounded on the north by Maha Sarakham and Roi Et, on the east by Sisaket, on the south by Cambodia, and on the west by Buriram.
Located 436 kilometers northeast of Bangkok, Surin Province has a total land area of 8,124.1 km2 and an estimated population of more than 1.3 million in 2015. Topography consists of the Khorat Plateau with some mountains in the south. Rice, corn, tapioca and sugarcane are the main products although the raising of elephants is also an important industry.
What to see and do in Surin Province
1. Prasat Sikhoraphum temple ruins
2. Prasat Ban Phluang temple ruins
3. Ta Muen Castle Historical Park.
4. Ban Taklang Elephant Village
5. Phanom Sawai Forest Park
6. Huai Saneng reservoir
7. Saran water park
8. Huay Tab Tan – Huay Sam Rarn Sanctuary