By bus the journey from Nakhon Phanom to Loei is scheduled to take 6 hours 30 minutes. There are no air or rail links between Nakhon Phanom and Loei.
Bus Times from Nakhon Phanom to Loei
There is currently one direct direct bus service a day from Nakhon Phanom to Loei.
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Nakhon Phanom Bus Station
Direct bus services from Nakhon Phanom to Loei depart from Nakhon Phanom Bus Station.
Loei Bus Station
Direct bus services from Nakhon Phanom to Loei terminate at Kut Pong Bus Station, 1.2 km from the centre of Loei Town.
About Travel to Loei
The small town of Loei, which has just over 20,000 permanent residents, is the principal town in remote Loei Province which is in the north of Thailand boarding Laos. Loei town is not a major destination in its own right, but it is the provincial transport hub and starting point for exploring the many natural wonders and unique culture of Loei Province. Loei is yet to become a popular destination for foreign visitors, but it does attract a lot of Thai tourists and the area can become very busy at certain times of the year. To reach of the best destinations in the province it’s more convenient to have your own transport, although they can also be reached by a combination of buses and private taxis. Loei has plenty of hotels and restaurants, as does the border town of Chiang Khan 50 km to the north of Loei. Chiang Khan is a more popular and interesting place to stay overnight that Loei town because of its scenic location on the Mekong River, and its many old wooden houses. Chiang Khan has a popular walking street market where a wide range of traditional local foods and handmade craft work items are sold.
The major attractions in Loei Province are its three large national parks: Phu Kradueng National Park, Phu Rua National Park and Phu Luang National Park. All three parks feature mountains with elevations from 1,300 to 1,500 metres above sea level, large forests, and a wide range of animal, bird and plant life. Because of the elevations, the temperature in these national parks is considerably lower than sea level, dropping to just above freezing at night in some locations at some times of the year. The cooler temperature makes it pleasant to camp, which is permitted in designated areas within all 3 parks, and to undertake more strenuous activities like hiking and mountain biking that it would be much too hot for most people to want to do in low lying parts of Thailand. The more temperate climates at the highest elevations also allow different species of plants, trees and animals to thrive and visitors can marvel at the changing flora and fauna as they walk up the hills of these national parks.