Chiang Klang is a small village about 80 km north of Nan town, between Pua and Thung Chang, surrounded by rice-fields and mountains. Chiang Klang has actually no real attractions in itself, besides the fact that it is be a good base to explore the northern part of Nan province. There are few hotels, guesthouses, restaurants and even a 7/11. Nearby are some nice waterfalls in the mountains bordering Nan province. To the west it is the gateway to Song Kwae and Chiang Rai, to the east it is the gateway to Manipruek in the mountains of Doi Phu Kha. Be aware that Chiang Klang is 80 km north of Nan town, it is not a suburb of Nan town!
|View from Sangthong Resort in Chiang Klang|
How to get to Chiang Klang?
What to do in Chiang Klang?In Chiang Klang itself is not much to do but nearby are waterfalls like Tad Man Waterfall, rivers and mountains. And on the outskirts of Chiang Klang town is a centuries old Tai Lue tempel Wat Nong Deang. Read my postings about Things To Do or Things To See in Chiang Klang. A new tourist attraction is the Rainbow Bridge, as perfect selfie location. For information about other places in Nan province click on their name below here.
Food & Beverages in Chiang KlangOur favourite in Chiang Klang is the restaurant of Sangthong Resort but along the main road in town are a few small Thai restaurants and Coffee Shops.
- Ban Noi Na Cafe
- Dadjud Numlang Organic Garden, only on appoint serving a organic lunch in the jungle 📌
- Him Wat Cafe 📌
- Ratchada Cafe
- Tafang Restaurant 📌
- The Terrace Restaurant by Sangthong Resort 📌 👍
- 30 Feb Cafe by Frint Stone 📌
Accommodation in Chiang KlangThere is not much accommodation in Chiang Klang, the best place in town is the wonderful Sangthong Resort.
Price category taking in account the high-season prices :
- Baan Suan Khun Ja Resort & Camping 📌 ฿฿฿
- Dadjud Numlang Off the Grid Homestay ฿
- Juthamas Resort
- Sangthong Resort 📌 ฿฿฿ 🏊
- The Jungle Guesthouse ฿+
- The River Run Chiang Klang ฿฿+
- Huern Kao Kaem Hotel 📌 ฿฿+