About the Ancient Kiln Museum in Bo Suak

Baan Bo Suak is a small village about 17 km west of Nan town where people did find remains of ancient kilns, pots and jars. Research did learn that the area has been a small settlement in the 15th century and that they made glazed ceramics in the style of San Kampheang and Chiang Rai. There is a museum and there is a reconstruction of one kiln. You can go there all year around, daily but the museum has to be visited by appointment. Baan Bo Suak is about 17 km south-west of Nan town, there is no public transport to go there. So you could go there with your own transport or arrange a taxi. If you book a program with Homestay Baan Bo Suak they will arrange transfer to/from Nan town.

For more information about Nan province see Destination Travel Guide Nan province, North Thailand.

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