The Ancient salt pits of Bo Klua

What to do in Nan province, North Thailand

I have been here a few times but never took the time to take some proper photos. Bo Klua is a small village at the eastern side of Northern Thailand, about 80 km north of Nan city. Located in the remote mountains that were once the home of people of the Nan Kingdom and later the refuge place of communist (eh ... people that were against the government at that time)  in Thailand. This area was rich because of the many place where salt could be extracted. And at Bo Klua are 2 old salt pits where you can still see how salt is extracted. For more information about the beautiful Nan province see Traveling 2 Nan - Thailand.

Salt jars in Bo Klua
Winning the salt

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