Nan is a hugely popular province that fascinates people to visit this year, especially Thai people. With the nature of mountains, waterfalls, streams, and stunning rice fields, the accommodation and homestays are also exceptional, they’re very famous to the point of taking pictures and uploading them on social media, your followers must be envious. Many homestays have to be booked over the years. I can tell you that Nan is something special, if this is not convincing enough, follow these 27 spots that I traveled on two consecutive trips!
27 Places and Things To Do in Nan Province, Thailand
The aforementioned 27 locations are where I actually traveled and stayed there from the past 2 trips. For easy understanding and convenience in your trip planner, I’d like to separate the travel attractions and accommodations into each area. To suitably choose your destination, you can read the reviews of each place below.
|Ban Sapan, Bo Kluea District
1. Sapan Village (บ้านสะปัน : อำเภอบ่อเกลือ)
|Bo Kluea Tai, Bo Kluea District
|8. Bo Kluea Rock Salt Pond (บ่อเกลือสินเธาว์โบราณ)
9. Hua Saphan Restaurant (ร้านหัวสะพาน)
10. Arpo De Mang (อาโปเดอมาง)
|11. Nan Native Kew Muang (น่านเนทีฟ กิ่วม่วง)
12. Kew Muang Mountain High Camp (กิ่วม่วง เมาน์เทนไฮแคมป์)
13. Srinaman (ศรีนาม่าน)
|14. Loi Fah Road (ถนนลอยฟ้า)
15. Loi Fah Road – Doi Kwang (ถนนลอยฟ้า-ดอยกว่าง)
16. Road no.3 (ถนนเลข 3)
17. Baan Hua Nam Mushroom Farm (ฟาร์มเห็ดบ้านหัวน้ำ)
18. Ban Tai Lue Café (กาแฟบ้านไทลื้อ)
19. Phuket Temple (วัดภูเก็ต)
20. Phu Kha Viewpoint 1715 (จุดชมวิวภูคา 1715)
|21. Baan Chakkapat (บ้านจักษ์กะพัฒน์)
22. Sakad Coffee (สกาดคอฟฟี่)
|Mueang Nan District
|23. Phumin Temple (วัดภูมินทร์)
24. Luang Thananusorn House (บ้านหลวงธนานุสร)
25. Nan National Museum (พิพิธภัณฑสถานแห่งชาติน่าน)
26. Leelawadee Arch (ซุ้มลีลาวดี)
27. Phra That Khao Noi Temple (วัดพระธาตุเขาน้อย)
Baan Sapan, Bo Kluea District (บ้านสะปัน : อำเภอบ่อเกลือ)
Ban Sapan, Nan Province has become a popular destination for Thai tourists who seek tranquility and relaxation since the nature of Sapan Village is considered excellent and fulfill whether it is a greenfield enveloped by mountains on every aspect. In the morning, there is breathtaking fog scenery. Plus, the district has also located a waterfall to explore. Overall, it is one of the best places in Nan that I don’t want you to miss out on.
To make you a big picture of the Sapan Village, I describe the place as a small village surrounded by mountains. You can take a leisurely walk while enjoying the natural landscape of mountains, rice paddies and experience the way of village life. The best time to visit Baan Sapan is the rainy season which is during the green rice fields in August – October. For those who want to see the fog scenery, it’d be better if you plan a visit in Winter. But personally, I think the green paddy fields are more aesthetic.
Sapan Temple Viewpoint (จุดชมวิว ณ วัดสะปัน)
A must-see viewpoint of Baan Sapan, I’d recommend you to go up to absorb natural energy at ‘Wat Sapan’ (Sapan Temple) which is another spot you can take a walk and see a panoramic view of Sapan Village and its beautiful rice fields. I dare say this is one of the hidden gem scenic points that you all may not know.
If you’re a camping person, in front of the Sapan Temple, there also provides a camping ground, which the temple will collect a small amount of maintenance fee. If I remember correctly, the cost would be at 100 baht per person only.
Oun I Mang at Sapan (อุ่นไอมาง ณ สะปัน)
Want to taste the finest roasted coffee with a good ‘Sapan’ vibe? I strongly take Oun I Mang at Sapan on the travel list, not just because the place is being a popular accommodation, but is also the only freshly brewed coffee café in the village. The coffee here is highly pleasant, the atmosphere is warm-welcoming as well. Even though you don’t stay overnight here, you can still chill out and take a sip of coffee by the river like a housing guest.
Sapan Waterfall (น้ำตกสะปัน)
Sapan Waterfall is a medium-sized waterfall hidden in the forest near the village. You can drive and park at the entrance, then walk into the inner area. The Sapan Waterfall has 3 floors in total. It takes about 20 mins to walk throughout the course.
Sapan Riva Camping (สะปัน Riva) Homestay
On the second visit to Baan Sapan, I have a chance to stay at Sapan Riva which is the brand-new accommodation here. At first, there was established the waterfront camping, but now modified and moved to a new place that becomes a small detached house, private model, located in the amid rice field at the foot of the mountain in the Sapan Village.
For those who like privacy, Sapan Riva is the answer because each night, the homestay is limited to only one group (1-3 people) of guests, so it is quiet and peaceful. The house itself is lovely, constructed into a small double-storey, the first floor is the living area with a plunge pool, the upper floor is an open-air chamber, embraced by rice paddies and provided another scenic view. It’s way too good! 💚
Here is my confession, when I first arrived, I didn’t move an inch out of the place (LOL). Once you get there, they will start serving you a hot tea to get rid of tiredness, then you can enjoy a plunge pool placed in the house area. The mineral water in the pool is from the mountain which is so refreshing! Around 6 pm, the dinner will be served in traditional Khantoke, the food is delish and abundant.
In the morning, the homestay will serve you a drip coffee. If you’re a coffee-lover, I’m sure you’d be very fond of it, because you can grind the coffee and drink it freshly. After this, there will be a breakfast serving soft-boiled rice, boiled egg, sausages, and fruits. All in all, it’s a lot to eat and full as the previous meal. Perfect!
Baan Sapan Retreat (บ้านสะปัน Retreat) Homestay
The first time of visiting Baan Sapan, I stayed at Baan Sapan Retreat in a large house across the main residence building next to the river. From that first trip, it made me know ‘Keng’, the owner of the house here. The greatest strength of Baan Sapan Retreat is an accommodation next to the watercourse that flows slowly which makes you feel at ease.
The house I had stayed at is oh-so BIG! You can comfortably sleep in as a family since it offers a big bed that fits two people, including a bunk bed for children. Besides, there also prepares a small bed where you can sit and lie down outside the house. Moreover, the kitchen, refrigerator, and dining table are ready at service. I personally think it is a fully equipped house which is very satisfying.
Baan Yud Vela at Sapan (บ้านหยุดเวลา ณ สะปัน) Pool Villa
Baan Yud Vela at Sapan is a pool villa that runs a business with the same owner as Baan Sapan Retreat, built as a private residence. There is not yet a specific date on when it will be open to the public. But when I got there, it was very fortunate that the owner allowed me to look around. I, therefore, took the opportunity to take a picture, as well as spending leisure time soaking in the water and seeing the world-class view of Baan Sapan. It was pretty exquisite and people who saw these photos keep asking where is this beautiful place?
Bo Kluea Tai : Bo Kluea District (บ่อเกลือใต้ อำเภอบ่อเกลือ)
Aside from Baan Sapan in Bo Kluea district where is now popular among tourists, there is also another interested and long-ago recognized spot located in Bo Kluea Tai where situates the only ancient rock salt pond in Thailand, causing many tourist attractions to popping up around there including cafes and eateries. I’d been around a few places, let’s have a look!
Bo Kluea Rock Salt Pond (บ่อเกลือสินเธาว์โบราณ)
If you’re familiar with Thai words or happen to know the meaning of ‘Bo Kluea’ (which means Salt Pond), you might be able to guess why the name of the district is called ‘Bo Kluea’, that is because the location is the only source of rock salt or mountain salt in the world. Bo Kluea Rock Salt Pond is an ancient salt bath that is substantially a production source for more than 800 years, until now the area has transformed into a tourist attraction for the general public to study rock salt-making, there will also hold a demonstration of how to collect saltwater from the well, including boiling salt process in the restricted house.
Furthermore, Bo Kluea Rock Salt Pond has run a shop that sells salt as a souvenir for visitors to bring back home. I, too, took them back to Bangkok. The Nan salt is really nice, categorize into pure salt, iodized cooking salt, and other processed salts, whether it is a various body salt scrub which displays a lot to choose from. If you’re looking for souvenirs, buying famous salt from Nan is one to tick on the list!
Hua Saphan Restaurant (ร้านหัวสะพาน)
Hua Saphan Restaurant is where I unintentionally got from Google Map search results. The reviews are rated very high, also recommend as a portion of excellent food and ambiance restaurant. With my craving, plus, the restaurant itself is not far from my accommodation (Arpo de Mang), I didn’t hesitate to try their food. The restaurant building is hidden inside the compound, you have to park the car on the lawn outside and take a short walk since the car cannot drive-in.
The vibe here is so good! The eating area is next to a small stream, so you can hear the sound of water flowing. As for the food, it is as tasty as the review rates. The food is served with the local-spicy northern style. all dishes I ordered were delicious, I couldn’t choose which one is their best.
Arpo De Mang (อาโปเดอมาง)
Another good place to stay in Bo Kluea Tai is Arpo De Mang, hidden in the middle of the valley. There is also a small river flowing through that gives comfortable and peaceful scenery. Their signature photo spot many guests are familiar with is the bamboo bridge built across the river, the path extends into the accommodation zone. The vibe here is the real deal!!
Arpo De Mang offers a variety of accommodation options. From a small house for two guests at 3,000 baht/night to a 2-person tent at 1,500 baht/night. The prices are already including dinner and Khantoke breakfast. Overall, it was a very nice stay in terms of excellent food and view. But personally, there will be a price issue because I think it is slightly too expensive with the room I got.
Baan Kew Muang – Srinaman: Santisuk District (บ้านกิ่วม่วง-ศรีนาม่าน : อำเภอสันติสุข)
For Baan Kew Muang – Srinaman: Santisuk District zone, there are two blockbusting accommodations in social media that are targets for guests who want to spend recreational time; 1) Kew Muang Mountain High Camp and 2) Srinaman, both of these are owned by the same person. Aside from the two most famous housing, also incorporated the marvelous restaurant, Nan Native Kew Muang, created by Chef First, the winner of Master Chef Thailand Season 2. These distinctions make Santisuk District sound extraordinary, right?
Nan Native Kew Muang (น่านเนทีฟ กิ่วม่วง)
Baan Kew Muang launches a new top-chef restaurant, ‘Nan Native Kew Muang’, that I highly recommend you to try out. What makes the café and restaurant here a bomb? I have to say, Chef First, Thanaphat, the champion of Master Chef Thailand Season 2, who invented this restaurant’s menu. If you’re a big fan or want to taste the grand master chef food, don’t hesitate to come!
Nan Native Kew Muang’s dishes will be applied over the traditional Northern cuisine to make it more interesting and a contemporary fusion style. There are both served as a course and single dish, moreover, you can enjoy a dessert or even order the Afternoon Tea Set.
Since the food is a contemporary fusion and less traditional, so the taste might not be strong, especially for Thai people, but overall is pretty good. If any of you want to try Chef First’s cooking. Please make an effort to come!
Kew Muang Mountain High Camp (กิ่วม่วง เมาน์เทนไฮแคมป์) Accommodation
Kew Muang Mountain High Camp is one of the top-hit homestays where is well-recognized as a very difficult place to reserve. This is due to the small number of camps and rooms, there are only 4 rooms available, so guests are fully booked until the end of the year. With a little luck, I had a chance to stay because there was a room cancellation during my visit to Nan. It’s unbelievable!! I never even picture myself spending overnight there! 🤣
Anyone who intends to stay at Kew Muang Mountain High Camp, I suggest not to going anywhere, just take a breather and relax there, actually, you can spend leisure time the whole day because, since your check-in, there will be a lot of activities such as eat, play, take pictures, etc. I affirm taking a photo here would be a blast! Your Instagram followers must be dead over.
The greatest thing for me to stay at Kew Muang Mountain High Camp is the morning scenic. I advise you to set the alarm early before sunrise. For those who go in the rainy season like me, pray for the heavy rain at night, then, the morning sky will cover with mist and clouds. This depends on your luck. // If you come in the winter, you might have a lot of opportunities to view foggy scenery because the fog should be there throughout this golden period. (Asking for more info from the accommodation again)
Kew Muang Mountain High Camp is remarkable homestay, premium as a 5-star hotel service where you can experience the friendliness of the local people. The photo spots are arranged everywhere, you can take pictures until your device memory is full. Their Shabu and breakfast are delicious, the price is also reasonable. At first, you may think it’s quite expensive, but if you actually stay there, you’ll know the price is already relevant. This is another homestay that is so impressive. I’m loving it. ♥️
Srinaman (ศรีนาม่าน) Accommodation
Srinaman is another homestay on my wishlist. After spending the last trip in Kew Muang Mountain High Camp, I planned another trip two months later, then, booked the rooms at Srinaman as my desire. I, along with both my parents and boyfriend went together that benefited me to try staying in the different types of room, which are the latest room model, ‘Dome Na’ (or Field Dome) and ‘Pool Villa 1’ with a private pool.
As for the room I was in, it was the ‘Dome Na’ room, the only domed room in the amid of greenfield. Another domed accommodation that rises up high (see the picture above), they are referred to as the ‘Dome Pa’ (Forest Dome). All of the dome rooms’ design and layout are similar, the mattress in the white round dome, the outdoor bathtub. The only difference between each dome room will be a tiny detail and sight.
The business service concept is certainly almost like Kew Muang Mountain High Camp. After your check-in, you don’t have to go anywhere, just spending time in your room and accommodation compound. I can say, eating and taking pictures can take you the whole day. When you are led into your room, the staff will come to welcome you, then, ask about when you want the Afternoon Tea to be served? when to do the bubble bath? or even time for serving dinner. Oh! There’s also the scent set of bath soap and shampoo to choose your favorite.
The Afternoon Tea set is served with a hot tea, sandwich, brownie, biscuits, and panna cotta (which is no different from the previous accommodation). The staff will set up a ready-to-take-pictures table. Lol
The dome room interior is magnificent. It is beautiful for taking pictures at night when all the lights around are turned on. No doubt, it can be another famous Instagramable spot. As for the comfy sleep, personally, I think it is at the standard level. If you’re afraid of being hot, don’t worry, they provide air conditioning in the dome, you can power on until you’re freezing.
Pool Villa Room for my parents is a two-storey wooden house, one side of the area is an open space for living with a private swimming pool. The room is very nice, once you lingering in, it hardly moves anywhere. So, with the same concept, all day, you can take photos, snack on, swim, soak in the bathtub, having dinner until going to bed.
The Dome Na Room is priced at 4,800 baht/night for two people including Afternoon Tea, dinner, breakfast. The price is agreeable, not too cheap, not too expensive. Pool Villa 1 room is priced at 5,500 baht/night including Afternoon Tea, dinner, and breakfast as well. For me, the price is also affordable from what we got.
Srinaman is 10 out of 10. Their excellent service starts from the very beginning, from checking in until checking out. Afternoon Tea, dinner, and breakfast are always delightful. Moreover, the photo spots are on point! There’s a lot of shooting prospects that your memory card will be full. Each perspective is unusual because there’re settled wonderful props. In other words, this strength can be a highlight of this accommodation that makes them become the most popular stay in social media. Until now, the place is fully booked. It is pretty good and I highly recommend you to stay during the Nan visit. 💚
Pua District Loi Fah Santisuk – Bo Kluea Road (ถนนลอยฟ้า สันติสุข-บ่อเกลือ)
Loi Fah Santisuk – Bo Kluea Road is one of the most beautiful roads in Nan Province. It is on account of the road that connects Santisuk district and Bo Kluea district has passed through the mountains in a long lane, where the side road is a hill sloping downwards, so when you drive on this road, you’ll endlessly see various mountain landscapes. And in addition, the high angle view of the Loi Fah road is too good to be true!
Doi Kwang (ดอยกว่าง)
For a stopover on the Loi fah Santisuk – Bo Kluea road whether resting your legs, taking a break, sightseeing, or just grabbing a cool refreshment, I recommend you to stop by the Doi Kwang café that sells coffees and other various drinks. The Signature one here is a ‘Honey Lemon’, the café owner said it is made from real wild honey. If you have never seen a giant rhinoceros beetle before, you may luckily see it here. FYI, the café name is named after this insect (Kwang).
Viewing the Loi Fah road landscape at the Doi Kwang café, I have only one word to describe, ‘amazing’. It’d be perfect if you take your time and sip a coffee or a honey lemon at the back of the store to enjoy the picturesque scenery. You can see the mountains in all aspects. Oh! you can go up to the rooftop to see the famous Nan’s Loi Fah road as well.
Road no. 3 (ถนนเลข 3)
Road no.3 on the Loi Fah Santisuk – Bo Kluea Road is another point that Thai tourists like to take a picture of. With the zigzag road in figure 3 up to the mountain right before your eyes, I promise it looks stunning. And if you decide to stop and snap a photo shot, please be careful with the car. Because cars on this road tend to drive fast since it’s a way up and down the hill, so take good care of yourself.
Baan Hua Nam Mushroom Farm (ฟาร์มเห็ดบ้านหัวน้ำ)
Baan Hua Nam Mushroom Farm is a restaurant that focuses on menus and main ingredients made from mushrooms. The best-selling one is the mushroom pizza. The restaurant affirms all of their food does not contain MSG. Apart from how the healthy food looks and be, what I like about this place is the design of a wooden house that looks cozy and styling. At the front, there is a courtyard where you can walk to see the paddy field vista. It’s so lovely!
About the food taste here at Baan Hua Nam Mushroom Farm, it’s true that the pizza is undeniably delicious. As for the other portions, for me, it’s considered okay and satisfies your stomach.
Ban Tai Lue Coffee (กาแฟบ้านไทลื้อ)
Ban Tai Lue Coffee is considered a popular café that draws tourists to stop by when visiting Pua District. The coffee shop has a unique feature where is located in the middle of a rice field and offers pleasant scenery. There’s also the bamboo bridge you can walk further to see more views. (It was a pity, during my visit, I went there in the dry season.) Not just only that, another top-hit photo spot is the long walkway decorated with colorful woven fabrics which of course, you can get a good image from that point.
Wat Phuket (Phuket Temple) / (วัดภูเก็ต)
Even though, the temple title is called ‘Phuket’ but in fact, it’s not related to Phuket, the famous Thailand Southern province at all. It is a temple located on a small mountain in Nan Province where provides you a magnificent landscape to view. Local Northern refers to a small mountain as ‘Phu’ and ‘Ket’ is named after the village there. At the temple’s backside, you can see a beautiful endless wide field. Besides, at the temple’s mountain foot, there are also a stream and a fish pond where the boundary is classified as a sanctuary area, forbidden to touch aquatic animals. Tourists can come to feed the fish here as well.
The main Temple Hall is a Lanna architecture that places the statue of Luang Pho San Pua aka Luan Pho Buddhametta that Nan locals believe in. For those who want to pay him respect, make a wish, or do chi-chi sticks, you can join and make a donation.
Phu Kha Viewpoint 1715 (จุดชมวิวภูคา 1715)
On the Pua – Bo Kluea (Highway 1256) Road through Doi Phu Kha National Park, along the way, there is the Phu Kha Viewpoint 1715 where most visitors always stop for a break, a bathroom, or even sightseeing. Here is a small viewpoint you can see the other side of the mountain that extends towards Nan town. For me, I can consider it as another great stop when driving through this road.
Doi Sakad (ดอยสกาด) Baan Chakkapat (บ้านจักษ์กะพัฒน์) Homestay + Café
Baan Chakkapat is the homestay and café that I’m enchanted by the most on Doi Sakad. I was staying there, enjoying a slow life looking at Doi vistas, sipping a cup of coffee, chatting with the owners, who are the twin brothers ‘Chak’ and ‘Phat’, they fell in love with making coffee and also own a coffee plantation, doing self-roasted, opening the café, including running the accommodation for tourists to linger in the wonderful nature of Doi Sakad. I promise, this place is outstanding and highly recommended!
This time, I had stayed in the largest room which presents you with the most beautiful surroundings and is suitable for capturing a photo. The room was built full of mirrors so you can see through the Doi Sakad village view. The bed-sized is good for 2 people, and the bathroom design is kinda crazy but amazing because when you sit in the toilet, you’ll able to face the scenery outside. It’s exquisitely cool, isn’t it?
Apart from the aforementioned largest room, Baan Chakkaphat has 2 lovely small rooms with a private bathroom as well. Breakfast, dinner, and one cup of coffee are included in the room reservation. OFC, 10/10!
For a general customer, non-Baan Chakkaphat guest, you can also visit their café. In my opinion, I think the coffee is pretty good, plus, the owners are someone who truly knows about coffee. I suggest the shop a specialty coffee you mustn’t miss for any reasons. All their coffee is flavorful and aromatic, the one that impressed me the most is a matcha coffee, green tea mixed with coffee is somewhat astonishing. Another favorite is the avocado sandwich, it’s a perfect match when having it with coffee. Just 3 words, ‘Come-Try-It’.
Sakad Coffee (สกาดคอฟฟี่) Homestay + Café
Sakad Coffee is another coffee shop I visited during the Doi Sakad trip. Apart from being a café, Sakad Coffee is also a homestay that allows visitors to enjoy the beauty of the surrounding mountains. Non-homestay guests can also come to chill out, drink, and see a distant view. The iconic photo spot of the café here is an iron bridge that people enjoy taking tons of pictures with the mountain landscape.
Nan Downtown Wat Phumin (Phumin Temple) / (วัดภูมินทร์)
Wat Phumin is the most famous ancient royal temple and the only building with four gable ends founded in Thailand. Also, the temple is situated with two serpents stretching in the front and the back entrance. The amazing Wat Phumin is about 400 years old, it’s believed if anyone has passed through the Naga Arch here, they’ll be lucky and return to Nan once again.
After arriving, don’t forget to enter the center hall of Wat Phumin, there are four large Buddha statues in the Mara Wichai Posture facing out the door in all four directions. And what shouldn’t be missed is the famous ‘whisper of love’ mural, known as Pu Man Ya Man that tells the story of the love mantra in Nan. This wall painting has become the notable symbol of Nan.
Luang Thananusorn House (Lohachot) / Baan Khun Luang (บ้านหลวงธนานุสร / บ้านคุณหลวง)
People may be eye-catching on the shady houses opposite Phumin Temple, along with the Café Amazon located in harmony with the town of Nan. This land is called ‘Baan Luang Thananusorn (Lohachot)’ or ‘Baan Khun Luang’, where formal elite bureaucrat bought the land from King Suriyaphong Phritdej after being assigned as the first Nan Provincial Treasury’s Officer.
The old Khun Luang house is well preserved, there are still people living today. As for the Café Amazon building, it is brand-new which the heir has constructed as a residence, including operated as a multipurpose area, the Café Amazon is one of its purposes to serve tourists and being a meeting point.
Reminder, the old house picture you’ve seen in this Baan Luang Thananusorn review is a private area. I had a chance to meet with the landowner who is the 4th generation descendant and already requested to take a picture inside. So, if you want to stroll around, you must ask their permission first.
Nan National Museum (พิพิธภัณฑสถานแห่งชาติน่าน)
Before it is the Nan National Museum as today, the place used to be the residence of King Nan in the past. After that, it was donated to the government and became a town hall for Nan province. Until recently, it inaugurates as the present museum. All three periods of this building would make a total age of almost 120 years!
If you’re free, try searching Nan National Museum images on Google, you may see the white building with the green roof. But now, the Fine Arts Department has restored it by looking at the archives that how this original architecture was built, and revive that form by changing the exterior colors and making the new roof again.
Leelawadee Arch (ซุ้มลีลาวดี)
Leelawadee Arch is another favored photo tourist attraction, the coordinate of this place is at the Nan National Museum front. You can walk in to take a picture of the long walkway with frangipani trees planted on both sides. It’s very shady.
Wat Phra That Kao Noi (Phra That Kao Noi Temple) / (วัดพระธาตุเขาน้อย)
Asking about the most beautiful viewpoint in Nan, everyone must recommend visiting Wat Phra That Khao Noi where is the location of Buddha’s relics, including the big Buddha ‘Phra Phuttha Maha Udom Mongkhon Nanthaburi Si Mueang Nan’ stands tall in the middle of the observation deck where you can see Nan distantly.
Phra That Khao Noi is considered to be the ancient and important sanctuary of Nan, it was built during the reign of Chaopu Khaeng in 1487, the inside containing the Buddha’s hair. It is assumed that Phra That Khao Noi is about the same age as Phra That Chae Haeng.
For those who are interested in visiting Phra That Khao Noi, you’ll be able to come and pay homage all day. But if you are here for sightseeing. I suggest coming during sunrise since you can see the beautiful fog scenery right before your eyes. But for those who are fond of cool lighting effects, the twilight is also a perfect choice.
All of this is the places in Nan I had been to. One round trip may not be enough, it’d be better if you visit again and again. Because Nan is real-good! 🧡
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