quiet and tranquil
province, Nan nestles in a
verdant valley in northern Thailand.
About 668 kilometers from Bangkok, it covers an area of
11,472 square kilometers and is
made up of the following districts
(Amphoe) and sub-district (King Amphoe).
Amphoe Muang, Wiang Sa, Pua,
Chiang Klang, Tha Wang Pha, Thung Chang, Mae
Charim, Ban Luang, Na Noi, Na Muen,
Santisuk, Bo Klua, Chalerm Phrakiat , Song Khaeo and
King Amphoe Phu Phiang. Nan's history is deeply involved with
its neighbors, in particular Sukhothai which played an
important role in both political and religious terms. Today Nan
is still the home of numerous
Thai Lue and other hilltribes
who retain highly interesting customs and traditions.