About Ban Kew Muang in Nan province

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Until a few years ago Ban Kew Muang, in Santisuk district, was just a little mountain village along route 1169 from Nan town to Bo Klua. Until someone openend a coffee shop and later of course more people openend a coffee shop and also a homestay. And now the little village is a still growing tourist destination.

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What to do in Ban Kew Muang?

The village Ban Kew Muang is a small village on a mountain ridge along route 1169 and offer not much more as a stunning view over the mountains of Doi Phu Kha. For information about other places in Nan province click on their name below here.

How to get to Ban Kew Muang?

  • By public transport you can take the Blue Songtheauw truck from Nan bus station to Santisuk and get out at Ban Kew Muang. 
  • By private car or motorbike exit Nan town via route 1169 and keep on following that route until you are at Ban Kew Muang.

Accommodation + Food & Beverages in Ban Kew Muang

As most place in Ban Kew Muang are a combination of Coffee Shop, Restaurant and Homestay or Camping I will list them here all together. And I am sure the number of places will be growing in the next few years. Most of the places are in or at the outskirt of the village Ban Kew Muang but some are just a little bit before or after the village.

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)

Where to go next?

From Nan town most people are passing Ban Kew Muang on their way to Bo Klua or Pua. Or on their way back to Nan town of course.

    Map of Ban Kew Muang

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