Surin overview

Surin Travel Guide
Across most of the western world, mansí best friend is the dog. In Surin itís the elephant, so walk times can be slightly trickier! The city is the capital of its province which is famous across Thailand for having a long-standing relationship with elephants. In fact, during November it is hard to move in Surin as thousands descend on the Southern Issan city to watch an annual elephant roundup. Surin is also home to some nice Khmer ruins and is well-known for its silk and jasmine rice production. At only 50kms away from the Cambodian border, Surin is probably visited most, however, by tourists looking to renew their visas.