The fastest way to travel by public trasnport from Uttaradit to Loei is to take a direct bus. There are no direct scheduled flights between Uttaradit and Loei, and Loei isn’t connected to Thailand’s railway network.
Bus Times from Uttaradit to Loei
There are currently 2 direct bus services a day from Uttaradit to Loei available to book online.
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- The scheduled journey time by bus from Uttaradit to Loei is from 5 hours 30 minutes.
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Uttaradit Bus Stop
- Phet Prasert bus services from Uttaradit to Loei depart from Uttaradit Bus Terminal.
Loei Bus Stop
- Phet Prasert bus services from Uttaradit to Loei terminate at Loei Bus Terminal.
About Travel to Loei
Loei Province is one of the more remote and mountainous parts of Thailand which is becoming increasingly popular with Thai tourists, but receives a relatively small number of foreign visitors. There are two mains towns in Loei Province where visitors stay: Loei Town and Chiang Khan. Loei Town is the administrative capital of the province, and the largest settlement with around 20,000 permanent residents. Chiang Khan, 50 km by road to the north of Loei, is a more popular place to stay overnight. Chiang Khan is located on the banks of the Mekong River and features some interesting old wooden buildings as well lots of hotels and restaurants catering to domestic tourists, largely from Bangkok, with speciality products like craft beers and creative food items.
Neither Loei Town or Chiang Khan, however, are the principal tourist attractions of Loei Province. Most tourits come to Loei either to visit one of the three major national parks (Phu Kradueng National Park, Phu Rua National Park and Phu Luang National Park), or else to visit the 1,768 metre high Phu Thap Boek Mountain to stay overnight and see the valley below fill with mist early in the morning.
Of the three major national parks, Phu Kradueng National Park is the most notable. Phu Kradueng National Park features a large heart shaped mountain called Phu Kradueng, the peak of which has an elevation of 1,316 metres above sea level and a flat top which is shaped like a heart. Camping is permitted on Phu Kradueng Mountain. The national park as a whole covers an area of 348 square kilometres and supports a wide range of plants, animals, birds, reptiles and trees including elephants, bears, eagles and a rare type of turtles that lives at higher elevations.