About Ban Pa Klang in Nan province

Ban Pa Klang is forced resettlement village near Pua town and within Pua district. Hmong, Tai Lue and Lua hill-tribes from the mountains of Doi Phu Kha were forced to move to a totally new village. Nowadays it is famous for its small silverware shops & factories and the celebration of Hmong New Year.

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How to get to Ban Pa Klang?

Going to Ban Pa Klang you first have to go to Pua.
  • By public transport take the bus to Pua and then a Songtheauw to Ban Pa Klang.
  • By private car or motorbike take route 101 to Pua and then route 1081 in direction of Sila Phet but after 5 km already take a right to Ban Pa Klang. Then drive another few km to arrive in ban Pa Klang.
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What to do in Ban Pa Klang?

Once a year there is a huge Hmong New Year festival and in the village are many silver shops & factories.

Food & Beverages in Ban Pa Klang

As Pha Klang is not a tourist destination there only are a few local restaurants.

Accommodation in Ban Pa Klang

As Pha Klang is not a tourist destination there is no accommodation.

    Where to go next?

    Basically tourists do not stay in Ban Pa Klang, but you could drive a short-cut route to Sila Phet or to Tha Wang Pha. Otherwise you drive back to Pua.

    Map of Ban Pa Klang

    Destination Travel Guide Nan by Traveling 2 Thailand
    Map of Ban Pa Klang

    Route to Ban Pa Klang

    Destination Travel Guide Nan by Traveling 2 Thailand
    Route from Nan town to Ban Pa Klang


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