Lets go experience local lifestyle at Baan Bo Suak

Destination Travel Guide Nan, North Thailand

Baan Bo Suak is 17 km south-west of Nan town and became famous as ancient place of production of kilns, jars and pots. With the help of DASTA there has been developed an program to support the local community and give people visiting Nan an unique way of experiencing the slow way of life of Nan nowadays. And at the same time learn about the history of this little village. This experience is an half day program that can be booked incl. transfer to/from Nan town. Or it can be extended with a traditional Homestay experience in the village.

As part of this experience you will be exploring the village Baan Bo Suak, visit the local kiln museum, follow a pottery workshop, Hand-woven textile workshop and optional an Cooking class where you first will visit the local market so buy the the products for cooking your own meal. For more information contact Homestay Baan Bo Suak.

When to go to Baan Bo Suak?

Baan Bo Suak can be visited the all year, everyday of the week.

How to go to Baan Bo Suak?

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.

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