The river divides Laos and Thailand, before a stretch passing through Laos alone. The Mekong River in Thailand continues to wind its way right through the Northern part of the country before reaching Cambodia where it receives the Sap River. The Mekong River in Thailand is one of the most biologically diverse environments in the world and is home to numerous species of flora, fauna and animals endemic to the Mekong River Basin. The river is joined by several other great rivers of Thailand which include the Ing River, Ruak River and Mun River which in turn is joined by the Chi River, Dom Noi River and Lam Ta Klong Rivers. The Mekong River in Thailand is home to several of the largest freshwater fish species in the world such as the mythical Mekong Catfish, Chaophraya Catfish (Dog eating Catfish) and Giant freshwater stingray and various other River Monsters. The Mekong River in Thailand is a magical fishing destination which is steeped in mystery and the unknown. Fishing on this awe inspiring river in Thailand presents the ultimate angling challenge for visiting anglers to Thailand who wish to fish for true native monster freshwater fish in one of the wildest and remote rivers in the world.

Tailor-made your trip >

Other types of travel:

Beach & Island holidays Learn more
Classic Highlights Learn more
Excursions Learn more
Family Tours Learn more
Lux & honeymoon Learn more
Multi-countries tours Learn more
North Thailand Tours Learn more
Off beaten track Learn more
South Thailand Tours Learn more
Thailand & Indochina Tours Learn more
Thailand Cambodia Tours Learn more
Thailand Cycling Tours Learn more
Thailand Laos tours Learn more
Thailand Myanmar Tours Learn more
Thailand Singapore Malaysia Tours Learn more
Thailand Tours 10 days Learn more
Thailand Tours 15 days Learn more
Thailand tours 18 days Learn more
Thailand tours 20 days Learn more
Thailand Tours 7 days Learn more
Thailand Vietnam Tours Learn more
Trekking Tours Learn more
Customer Reviews