Wat Phra Non
The two-storey teak house of the last prince of Phrae has been converted into a private museum. It was constructed between 1897 and 1907...
This is the oldest wát in Phrae, probably dating from the founding of the city in the 12th or 13th century. Phra That Luang Chang Kham ,...
Wa and his team lead a variety of trekking expeditions, ranging from one to seven days in Phrae's Mae Yom National Park, as well as...
Ban Nai Suan
During the day, this ‘house in the garden’ serves up a short menu of local dishes. At night, the venue changes to Route Beat, and a Thai...
Lonely Planet review
Located west of Wat Luang is a 300-year-old wát named after its highly revered reclining prá norn (reclining Buddha image). The bòht (central sanctuary) was built around 200 years ago and has an impressive roof with a separate, two-tiered portico and gilded, carved, wooden facade with Ramayana scenes. The wí·hăhn behind the bòht contains the Buddha image, swathed in Thai Lü cloth with bead and foil decoration.