Naan National Museum
The natural phenomena Sao Din Na Noi are an interesting sight to see. Enormous holes, walls, and pillars of earth and rock can be seen here. It is orange-red in many different shapes. All of these are located in a 20-rai area, which is surrounded by pine forest. During winter, the forest turns into yellow, red, orange and brown which is in contrast with the blue color of the sky. There is a natural path created for tourists. Read more
At dawn, the mountain range is dark and cool with a chilly breeze. The valley, filled with natural abundance, is covered in thick morning mist. Doi Phu Kha is the only forest in Thailand that possesses some of the rarest species of trees in the world including the precious Bretschneidera sinensi, Arecaceae, and Sapindaceae. Visit in winter and you will find the sweet hue of Wild Himalayan Cherry flowers blossoming all over the mountain. Read more
Is there anywhere in the north that you can sleep in a tent in a midst of beautiful flowers and wake up in the morning to see the sunrise? You can find all these experiences at Doi Wow, Naan. At this mountain peak, visitors can see many different kinds of flowers and birds such as blue-throated sunbird, and orange leaf bird. The route up to Doi Wow is around 1,674 meters. Tourists will pass an evergreen forest and can really absorb nature. In the evening before sunset, three mountain peaks will appear with different shapes, elephant (Doi Chang), cow (Doi Wua) and on the is Doi Paaji. In November, the sun sets perfectly between Doi Wua and Doi Paaji. The night sky displays many stars, which is such a romantic atmosphere. This place will surely be loved by many visitors. Read more
Naan National Museum is a huge wooden building filled with all kinds of antiques and historical objects discovered in Naan province. It is one of the best examples of provincial museums with English labels for many items on display. Formerly the gilded house of Naan’s former governors and then the province’s city hall, the area is usually filled with couples cycling in the grounds and admiring the sweet and romantic evening ambience. Read more
Originally built in the Phya Pookeng reign and called Wat Luang Glang Wiang, the 600-year-old temple acts like a city pillar for the people of Naan. A rare statue of the walking Buddha with real gold can be found inside the image hall along with a number of Sukothai Buddha statues in the Buddhist library. Read more
Naan National Museum is a huge wooden building filled with all kinds of antiques and historical objects discovered in Naan province. It is one of the best examples of provincial museums with English labels for many items on display. Formerly the gilded house of Naan’s former governors and then the province’s city hall, the area is usually filled with couples cycling in the grounds and admiring the sweet and romantic evening ambience.
Nearby, is Hua Kuang temple with a wooden tripitaka hall decorated with colored glass and an exquisite late Lanna era chedi. The pyramid-shaped chedi of Payawad temple and Prataat Chae Hang, the guardian chedi of those who born in rabbit year according to Chinese astrology are two very famous attractions of the province that visitors should not miss. Rabbit dolls are generally offered to the chedi in hope of bringing fortune and prosperity.
Visiting in February is particularly recommended due to the annual Prataat Chae Hang fair, which includes many fun activities and interesting parades. October offers the annual boat racing, the biggest event of the province, and December is when the Red Cross fair takes place.
Popular souvenirs include local hand-woven fabric and traditional silverware. Golden orange, Mafai, and Huang Pee – dried local fruit – are very famous. Recommended souvenir shops are Krueng Chompoo Pooka Centre and Naan Handicraft on Naan-Payao Road.