Must-see attractions in Nan

  • Wat Phumin, Muang District, Nan Province, Thailand. Temple is a public place.Created over 100 years old.; Shutterstock ID 676085470; Your name (First / Last): Ryan Evans; GL account no.: 56530; Netsuite department name: Online Editorial; Full Product or Project name including edition: Destinations - Thailand POI

    Wat Phumin


    Nan’s most famous Buddhist temple is celebrated for its exquisite murals, executed during the late 19th century by a Thai Lü artist named Thit Buaphan…

  • Nan National Museum


    Housed in the 1903 vintage palace of Nan’s last two feudal lords, this museum first opened its doors in 1973. It’s one of the country’s better provincial…

  • Wat Phra That Chang Kham


    The founding date of this wát, the second-most important temple in the city after Wat Phra That Chae Haeng, is unknown, but the main wí·hăhn (sanctuary),…

  • Wat Nong Bua


    The neat and tidy Thai Lü village of Nong Bua, approximately 30km north of Nan, is famous for the Lü-style Wat Nong Bua. Featuring a typical two-tiered…

  • Wat Phra That Chae Haeng


    Located 2km past the bridge that spans Mae Nam Nan, heading southeast out of town, this Buddhist temple dating from 1355 is the most sacred wát in Nan…

  • Wat Hua Khuang


    This temple features a distinctive Lanna/Lan Xang–style chedi (stupa) with four Buddha niches, an attractive wooden hŏr đrai (manuscript library) and a…