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Private Day-Trip to Nan Vintage City and Mlabri Village from Chiang Mai
"Our driver and professional English speaking guide will collect you from your hotel lobby in Chiang Mai city around 8am by a private vehicle and head to Lampang. It will take approximately 1.5 hour drive from Chiang Mai city area.Upon arrival we will take a horse carriage around the Lampang city and visit the Pongsanook Temple. This temple is very colorful and interesting located just across the river from the center of the old town of Lamphang. Please remember to take some beautiful photos here before we head to Nan Vintage City bordering Laos.On the way to Nan we will stop at Phae Muang Phee Royal Park at Phare province for photography. A delicious lunch will be served at Nan. After lunch we continue our journey to the Mlabri Tribe an ethnic group of Thailand and Laos. You will learn and discover their traditional and nomadic lifestyle here.After a short tour at Mlabri Tribe we will explore Nan old city on the carriage. The city is rich in art
From THB6,250.00
 
Mae Sai and Mae Salong Day Trip from Chiang Rai
"First we will depart from your Hotel in Chiang Rai to visit a Lisu Village at Ban Mae Kaotom. After Lisu village continue uphill via Mae Chan to visit a Yao and Akha hilltribe village. After this we will take a short break before proceeding to Doi Mae Salong passing through beautiful mountain scenery. The view from here takes in a stunning view of Thailand Myanmar and the Mekong Valley. We'll have lunch at Mae Salong Villa in Doi Mae Salong. Depart Doi Mae Salong to Mae Sai the northern most Thai town on the Myanmar border and walk around the local market with opportunities for shopping. On our way back to Chiang Rai
From $60.00
 
Viator Exclusive: Elephant Conservation Experience in Chiang Mai
"Meet your guide upon pickup at your Chiang Mai hotel in the morning and relax on the approximate 1.5-hour drive by private vehicle toward Lampang. On this exclusive tour learn how humans are doing their part to protect these endangered gentle giants on visits to conservation centers such as Friends of the Asian Elephant Foundation. Here you'll get to meet many elephants including landmine survivors Mosha and Motala. Mosha stepped on a landmine in 2006 when she was only 7 months old but in 2008 she received the world’s first elephant prosthetic! Learn about their plight at the hospital of this remarkable organization founded in 1993 and hear about the tireless efforts to improve living conditions for Thailand’s elephants.After watching a short video about Mosha and Motala visit the Thai Elephant Conservation Center (TECC) next door. Your knowledgeable private guide will explain the history and mission of TECC
From THB1,900.00

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Traditional Salt production in Bo Kleau

Bo Kleau is a mountain district in Nan. The name Bo Kleau means Salt well which came from the origin of this area where have traditional salt production from the ancient time. In the district, they...
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Wat Phumin

My prefered temple in Nan. Outside is nothing special but you have to go inside to see wonderful Budda statue and, best of all, interesting and humoristic wall paintings. I recommned this visit, most...
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Nong Bua temple

A temple for local villagers in Pakha sub-district ,Tha Wang Pha district. About 42 kms on the North of Nan city.History : According to the oral tradition, this temple was built in 1862 during the...
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Phumin temple

History : this temple was built in 1596 ,by Chao Chetabutr Phrohmin ,the ruler of Nan. As a Wat Luang or royal temple .This temple is different from the rest of others temples in Thailand. The...
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Chang Kam temple

Built in 1949 BE.by Nan's king named Phya Phukeng. Formerly ,this temple named Luang temple but it changed in the King Rama I 's reign as Chang Khum temple becuase of the elephant stucco on the chedi...
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National Museum ,Nan

As others National Museum in Thailand.This museum collected and presented all objects which found in Nan area. The museum building used to be a palace for Nan 's King. Some antique decorations are...
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Hilltribe on Doi Phukha

"Lua" hilltribe 's one community on Phukha mountain. I had a chance to visit one for studying on hilltribe vernacular house .And found that some villages 're so poor but thier lifestyle and tradition...
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Doi Phuka National Park

Covered 8 Districts like Pau,Chiang Klang,Tung Chang,Tha Wangpha,Santisuk,Mae Jarim,Bo Klaeu and Chalerm Pra Kiet located on a big range of mountians. Places for visit:-Ancient Palm forest.-Waterfalls...
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Phra That Chea Heang temple

This temple built in 1896 B.E. as the most sacred and popular temple of Nan. The must see things: -The main Chedi called Phra That Chae Haeng, built in Lanna style and covered with gold plates.-The...
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Phuka National Park

Jungle at Phuka National Park, you can do from a day trekking to 3 days hike to the top of Phu Vae mountain.
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Hau Khuang temple

One important temple in Nan where have so many things to see such as the Main Chedi built in Lanna style , Old wooden library,Viharn in Lanna style.
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1/11 Kua Luang Road, T. Naiwang A. Muang, Nan, 55000, Thailand
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119-121 Anantavorarittidet Rd., T. Naiwiang, Nan, 55000, Thailand
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629 Moo 4,Chaisatan, Muang, Nan, 55000, Thailand
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99 Yantarakitkosol Road, Tambol Dootai, Amphur Muang, Nan, 55000, Thailand
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466 Sumonthavaraj Rd., Nan, 55000, Thailand
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382 Moo 8, Nan-Tung Chang Rd., T. Pua, A. Pua, Nan, 55120, Thailand
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