ISAN: THAILAND’S ANCIENT KHMER CONNECTION – TAASA Review June 2012
07 February 25 February 2013 Isan is the least visited part of Thailand.
But this north-eastern region has a distinctive identity and, in many ways, is the Kingdom’s heartland. Here older Thai customs remain more intact and sites of historical and archaeological significance abound.
Darryl Collins and Gill Green (see above) expertly host this new journey which includes spectacular Khmer temples such as Prasat Phimai, Phanom Rung, Prasat Meung Tam, and Ban Chiang (the most important prehistoric settlement so far discovered in Southeast Asia)...