Tai Lue OTOP shop in Pua

Destination Travel Guide Nan, North Thailand

In Pua district there are many small villages, mostly village of descents of Tai Lue or Hmong people. And some of these villages have a little shop, what are called OTOP shops. OTOP stand for One Tambon, One product. And this shop, called Big Rock, is selling local made Tai Lue cloths. Yes really local made, if you go thru the village you will see people weaving cloths at home. So when ever you are in Pua take a bicycle, go around and visit one of these shops. Experience the slow life of Pua. Following are a few more photos.

Destination Travel Guide Nan, North Thailand

Destination Travel Guide Nan, North Thailand


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