North of Thailand – Secondary Destinations

  • Lamphun

    For the small district of Li, the best form of wonder is their strong faith. Their entire population of over 20,000 have been keeping the faith by strictly maintaining the ...

  • Pichit

    King Sanphet VIII or Suriyenthrathibodi of Ayutthaya is known for his fierce mind, hence the more-common name as the ‘Tiger King.’ As the 29th King of the Ban Phlu Luang ...

  • Sukhothai

    In Sukhothai, there is this a small, hidden, and very ancient town of ‘Bang Khlang’ which has recently been found to be even older than the Sukhothai empire. Nestled in ...

  • Kamphaeng Phet

    Kamphaeng Phet might be small, but its magnificent history has made this under the- radar province worth an intentional visit. The tree-lined historical park was listed as a UNESCO World ...

  • Uthai Thani

    This is Uthai Thani’s unique town that literally sits on the water with every single raft house hearing an official house registration. Back in the day when the river was ...

  • Phayao

    The temple of ‘Wat Tilok Aram’ is a sacred place that has been submerged for decades. Now people convene at the newly built floating ubosot that was built on top ...

  • Nakhon Sawan

    Sawan means heaven. And at Nakhon Sawan (capital of heaven), one can enjoy arrays of delicious food that make this town real food heaven. Khao Nor – Khao Kaew Located ...

  • Phetchabun

    The high altitudes of Phetchabun are perfect for kitchen farming. Their famous crops include cold weather favourites; such as sweet cabbages and tamarind. Phetchabun – a mountainous province in the ...

  • Lampang

    As if floating in the sky, this dreamy chedi is temple is one of the best unseens in the Thai North. The white pagodas that seem to be floating in ...

  • Uttaradit

    The small district of Laplae in Uttaradit province is the crown of the hidden gem. Charming local life, delicious cuisine, and the much-coveted ‘Long-Lin’ Laplae delicacy durian. A perfect place ...

  • Nan

    Nan is known for its specialty coffees. From Geisha at Ban Maneepreuk to Bourbon and Cartier at Ban San Charoen and Arabica-Cartier at Bo Kleua District. A good cup of ...

  • Tak

    The natural forces of the lush waterfalls can instantly be so refreshing. In Tak, the greenery, the high mountain ranges and the lushness of it all are the origins of ...

  • Mae Hong Son

    The highlands of Mae Hong Son is a perfect place to recharge your inner energy. Here are 5 local elements will sure to refresh and relax you. Mae Hong Son ...

  • Phrae

    Once a teak trading centre of Thailand’s North, the small town of Phrae is scattered with pastel-toned historic teak wood mansions perfect for a reminiscing stroll. For Phrae, romance comes ...

  • Chiang Rai

    Thailand’s northernmost province of Chiang Rai is a great cradle for Thai art scenes. The birthplace and residence of many renowned Thai artists, Chiang Rai hosts a grand collection of ...

  • Phitsanulok

    Surrounded by a natural limestone fortress, this laid-back sub-district of Noen Maprang in Phitsanulok is an unspoiled land of hidden caves and high peaks. Ban Mung is the name of ...