Udon Thani has three bus stations.
At what station you need to be for what destination is a simple question,
but the answer is rather difficult.
If you live in Udon you maybe you know by experience,
but for outsiders ......
Surely never ask a tuk-tuk driver. He brings you for a lot of money (especially if you are a foreigner, but also if you do not know the price) to the wrong bus station. And after that for even more money to another bus station. There live many foreigners, especially Americans, in Udon, and that inflated the price of a ride in a tuk-tuk to astronomical heights (at least for foreigners).
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