|View from Wat Khao Noi|
This is part 47 of the 48 (out of the 77) of all the provinces in Thailand I have stayed at least 1 night. Nan province in North Thailand is in the north & east bordered by Laos, in the south by Uttaradit province and Phrae province. And in the west to Phayao province. Nan province is a bit isolated and off the beaten track province of Thailand. But full of mountains, National Parks, Rivers, Waterfalls and minority hill-tribe people from Southern China.
For me personally it was in 2012 that I made my first motorbike trip to Nan (all your fault Mark) and I started to come back to explore the all province with places like Bo Klua, Pua, Thung Chang and Na Noi. Nan province is motorbike riding heaven, with stunning roads in the mountains. And now I am even living here! But Nan is not only for motorbike riders a great destination, also for people who like to travel individual experience the real hospitality of North Thailand.
Popular Travel Destinations
- Wat Phumin
- Doi Phu Kha National Park
- Nan Boat Race Festival
- Doi Sammer Dao
- Huai Kon International Thai-Lao border crossing
- Bo Klua Ancient Salt Pits
- Rafting on the Wa River
- Khun Sathan National Park
- Sila Phet Waterfall
- Tat Luang Waterfall
- Wat Khao Noi
- Nan National Museum
- Nan Art Gallery
- Motorbike Riding the Bo Klua Loop
- Bicycling from Nan to Pua
How to get to Nan province?
- 🚘 🛵 from Bangkok via route 32, route 1, route 117, route 11 and route 101.
- ✈️ Nan Nakhon Airport (NNT) is serving daily flights from Don Muang Airport in Bangkok with Air Asia and Nok Air.
- 🚞 nearest Train Station is in Den Chai.
- 🚌 from all major cities in North Thailand and of course from Bangkok. But also to places like Rayong, Ubon Ratchathani and Luang Prabang in Laos.
|Lunch on the Nan River|
|Public transport in Nan|
|Annual Long Boat Race on the Nan River|
|Mountains of Doi Phu Kha in Ban Sakad|
|Motorbike heaven in Nan|
|Ancient Salt Pits of Bo Klua|