About Pha Tub in Nan province

Pha Tub is a small village along route 101 about 10 km north of Nan town, with as main attraction the karsten mountains with Tham Pha Tub Forrest Park. Officially the name of the village is Pha Sing.


Destination Travel Guide Nan by Traveling 2 Thailand
Temple in cave at Pha Tub Forrest Park

How to get to Pha Tub?

  • By public transport take the bus to Pua and get off at Pha Tub. 
  • By private car or motorbike just follow route 101 north of Nan town to Pua.

What to do in Pha Tub?

The main and only attraction of Pha Tub are the lime-stone mountains at the Tham Pha Tub Forrest Park. For more information see my travel blog postings about Pha Tub.
For information about other places in Nan province click on their name below here.

Food & Beverages in Pha Tub

As Pha Tub is not really a tourist destination to stay overnight there are also not much restaurants, but along the main road (route 101) are a few simple Thai restaurants and even 2 coffee shops.

      Accommodation in Pha Tub

      Although Pha Tub is not really a tourist destination there is some accommodation.

      Price category taking in account the high-season prices :
      ฿       =       Under 600 ฿ (Hostels, Guesthouses)
      ฿฿     =    600 -   1.100 ฿ (Boutique style Guesthouse)
      ฿฿฿   = 1.100 -   3.000 ฿ (Midrange Hotels & Resorts)
      ฿฿฿฿ = 3.000 - 10.000 ฿ (Boutique Hotels & Resort)
      1. Doi Phamok Homestay Nan ฿฿
      2. Huan Mai Ruay Resort ฿฿
      3. Ui Bai Valley Resort ฿฿
      4. Toob Pha Sing Hill Resort ฿฿
      5. Eurnkgum Guesthouse ฿

      Where to go next?

      Pha Tub makes a nice stop while on the way north to Tha Wang Pha, Pua or Bo Klua. So your next destination would probably be Pua.

        Map of Pha Tub

        Route from Nan town to Pha Tub

        Destination Travel Guide Nan by Traveling 2 Thailand
        Route from Nan town to Pha Tub

        Disclaimer : All information is created in good faith and is an expression of fair comment.


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