Travel Tips : Escape the crowds and travel in Nan province

Wat Phumin in Nan - Thailand

Some say "Once you have discovered paradise, kiss it goodbye". And guide books are great but thousands of people are reading & using them and with that 90% of people traveling make the same Mae Hong Son loop, visit the Doi Suthep, go to Doi Inthanon National Park and go eat in that famous restaurant. But If you are looking for a somewhat off the beaten track place to escape the crowds then have a look at my new website Destination Travel Guide Nan - North Thailand with everything about Nan province.

A province tucked away in the most eastern part of North Thailand, once a sleepy off-limit area, what is still one of the most remote & off the beaten track province's of Thailand, where nature blends well with culture and ancient temples. Just 40 years ago Nan was considered a wild region and sometimes even off-limited for traveling. Time has changed however and the some centuries old temples built in Tai Lue architecture style with beautiful murals, green mountains and ethnic minorities are now starting to attract Thai & foreigner tourists. For foreigners it is a bit difficult to travel independently in Nan as all information is in Thai, that is why I made just for the sheer love of traveling and Nan province I made a website in English where hopefully all information about Attraction, Hotels, Restaurants, Transport, etc. can be found. Nan - Thailand where you will still see the real North Thailand slow way of life.

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