Nan province, on the border with Laos, is one of the least visited parts of the Northern Region of Thailand. Nan town is the only major settlement in the province with large parts of this remote up designated as National Park land.
The two major National Parks in the province are Doi Phu Kha National Park and Khun Nan National Park. These two fantastic and wild areas contain high mountains, waterfalls, rare plants and wildlife including wild boars and black bears.
Nan town itself has a long history and some interesting temples, city walls and archaeological sites. Nan is a laid back place with a small number of foreign visitors that remains great value for money. The food is interesting and cheap.
Nan bus services, operated by Nakhonchaiair, depart from Bangkok, Rayong and Ubon Ratchathani.
Click on the link in the timetable below for more information and to buy tickets.
Nakhonchaiair services from Bangkok terminate at Nan Bus Station takes 10hrs and take local buses from Nan bus station to Luang Prabang.
Nan to Luang Prabang
New road to cut travel time & build strong link between southern China & Asean states of Thailand, Laos & Vietnam. (cr.bangkokpost) Reducing travel time from Nan province to Luang Prabang from nine to five hours. the new 114-kilometre road runs from Hongsa district in northwestern Laos to Luang Prabang, extending the road network from the Huai Kon border checkpoint in Nan province to Luang Prabang.
**Passengers must carry passports, with visa if needed, or temporary border passes.
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