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Why you will fall in love with the province of Nan

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It has taken me over a decade of living in Thailand but I have now made it my objective to start seeing the regions of Thailand off the beaten tourist paths. And if my trip to Nan was anything to go by, I am all set for treat after treat. Quite simply, it was stunning in a traditional, beautiful kind of way.

 

Nan is located in Northern Thailand along the border of Laos and you can fly there direct from Bangkok. The flight is little over an hour.

 

The vast Doi Phu Kha National Park, in the northeast of the province, contains waterfalls, limestone mountains and rare plants. Nearby, the heavily forested Khun Nan National Park is home to wild boars, black bears, reptiles and birds.

What you get from Nan is another side of Thailand. It is peaceful, the people are happy and relaxed and you are surrounded by natural beauty where ever you go.

 

To read the rest of this blog by Dan about Thailand visit https://danaboutthailand.com/2020/03/11/why-you-will-fall-in-love-with-the-province-of-nan/

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is this part of TAT getting expats to travel  .....   lol

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It's one of the most boring places I have ever been to. Had to go for immigration once a year, once we got our own office, I would never go back.

 

The road to it and through it are good for motorcycle rides, as long as you keep going. 🙂

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14 hours ago, BritManToo said:

Went there once, another rural poop hole.

Nothing to do, nothing to see.

Didn't go again.

 

I went there once too , nan nan tee laew.

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Oh, have they started letting foreigners in after they banned them a short while ago

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23 minutes ago, Toany said:

Oh, have they started letting foreigners in after they banned them a short while ago

I'm pretty sure they were eating them in one of the villages I stopped off in. 

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21 hours ago, BritManToo said:

Went there once, another rural poop hole.

Nothing to do, nothing to see.

Didn't go again.

Glad I read your comment, I will give the place a miss then 🙂

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22 hours ago, Expat Explore said:

And if my trip to Nan was anything to go by, I am all set for treat after treat. Quite simply, it was stunning in a traditional, beautiful kind of way.

Not Likely,Living Peacefully in our village Thank you.   :jap:

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When we went to Nan we found it a really nice place , away from the “ madding crowd “  very peaceful and really nice Accommodation. Would not hesitate to go for another trip there 

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Why you will fall in love with the province of Nan

 

It has delicious Indian flatbread and delightfully witty grandmothers?

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