ถ้าคุณเป็นคนหนึ่งที่รักช้าง และธรรมชาติ ลองมาดู Elephant trainning น่ารักๆ กับ Rak Chang Elephant training
Baby elephant chiangmai แสนน่ารัก ที่พร้อมยินดีต้อนรับ นักท่องเที่ยวเช่นคุณ วันนี้กับทัวร์ช้างแสนพิเศษที่รับรองว่าคุณต้องประทับใจอย่างแน่นอน ทริปท่องเที่ยวทัวร์ช้างสุดพิเศษ เที่ยวชมชีวิตความเป็นอยู่ของชาวบ้านและช้างไทยตามสไตล์แบบธรรมชาติ คุณจะได้เจอกับ Baby elephant chiangmai ที่จะทำให้คุณประทับใจกับการมาทริปครั้งนี้อย่างแน่นอน
Elephant Chiangmai พบวิถีชีวิตและความเป็นอยู่ ของช้าง ที่คุณจะรื่นเริงและสนุกไปกับ ทริปอันแสนสนุก ที่เราจะมุ่งเน้นและให้ความสำคัญเกี่ยวกับช้าง
ที่ท่องเที่ยวเชียงใหม่ สัมผัสบรรยากาศกลิ่นอายประเพณีและวัฒนธรรม ของกินเชียงใหม่ ของกินล้านนา คนพื้นบ้าน สถานที่โบราณ เมืองเก่า ประวัติศาสตร์ของนพบุรีศรีนครพิงค์ เมืองเชียงใหม่ สามารถมาสัมผัสกันได้เลย
ที่ตั้ง : สถานีวิจัยและศูนย์ฝึกอบรมเกษตรที่สูงขุนช่างเคี่ยน ต.ช้างเผือก อ.เมืองเชียงใหม่ จ.เชียงใหม่
พระเจ้าทันใจ แห่งวัดพระธาตุดอยคำ ซึ่งสร้างในรัชสมัยพญากือนา กษัตริย์แห่งอาณาจักรล้านนา ปัจจุบันมีชื่อเสียงอย่างมากในเรื่องของความศักดิ์สิทธิ์ มีประชาชนจำนวนมากได้ไปบนบานและประสบความสำเร็จตามที่ขอพร โดยการแก้บนจะแก้บนด้วยพวงดอกมะลิ โดยในแต่ละวัน จะมีประชาชนขึ้นไปบนบานมากกว่าร้อยคน โดยเฉพาะในวันหยุดนักขัตฤกษ์ จะมีประชาชนที่ไปบนบานมากกว่าพันคน วัดพระธาตุดอยคำสร้างในรัชสมัยพระนางจามเทวีกษัตริย์แห่งหริภุญชัย โดยพระโอรสทั้ง 2 เป็นผู้สร้างในปี พ.ศ. 1230 ประกอบด้วยเจดีย์บรรจุพระบรมสารีริกธาตุของพระพุทธเจ้า ศาลาการเปรียญกุฏิสงฆ์ และพระพุทธรูปปูนปั้น เดิมชื่อวัดสุวรรณบรรพต แต่ชาวบ้านเรียกว่า “วัดดอยคำ”
จากตำนานหลายฉบับได้กล่าวว่า เทวดาได้นำพระเกศาธาตุที่พระพุทธเจ้าได้ประทานแก่ปู่แสะและย่าแสะ นำขึ้นมาฝังและก่อสถูปไว้บนดอยแห่งนี้ และต่อมาในปี พ.ศ. 1230 เจ้ามหันตยศ และเจ้าอนันตยศ 2 พระโอรสแฝดของพระนางจามเทวี แห่งหริภุญชัยนครได้ขึ้นมาก่อเจดีย์ครอบพระสถูปเกศานั้นไว้ ส่วนพระเจดีย์แห่งที่ 2 ตั้งอยู่บนยอดเขาสูง ทางทิศเหนือของดอยคำ คือ พระธาตุดอยสุเทพ
Elephant Chiangmai พบวิถีชีวิตและความเป็นอยู่ ของช้าง ที่คุณจะรื่นเริงและสนุกไปกับ ทริปอันแสนสนุก ที่เราจะมุ่งเน้นและให้ความสำคัญเกี่ยวกับช้าง
Baby elephant chiangmai แสนน่ารัก ที่พร้อมยินดีต้อนรับ นักท่องเที่ยวเช่นคุณ วันนี้กับทัวร์ช้างแสนพิเศษที่รับรองว่าคุณต้องประทับใจอย่างแน่นอน ทริปท่องเที่ยวทัวร์ช้างสุดพิเศษ เที่ยวชมชีวิตความเป็นอยู่ของชาวบ้านและ ช้างไทยตามสไตล์แบบธรรมชาติ คุณจะได้เจอกับ Baby elephant chiangmai ที่จะทำให้คุณประทับใจกับการมาทริปครั้งนี้อย่างแน่นอน
An old and important community of Northern Thailand, Phrae was founded after Chiang Mai had been established as the capital of the Lanna Thai kingdom. With one of the largest reserves of teak forests in the country, it is located on the banks of the Yom River, some 550 kilometres from Bangkok.
Phrae covers an area about 6,538 square kilometres and surrounded on all sides by mountains with level plains in the middle.
Phrae is administratively divided into the following districts: Muang, Sung Men, Den Chai, Long, Wang Chin, Song, Rong Kwang and Nong Muang Khai.
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Wat Luang on Kham Lue Road in town is an ancient and principal temple built at the same time as Phrae was established. Several restoration works have taken place. Some of its major features include the Wihan and Chiang Saen-style Chedi enshrining a Holy Relic brought over from Myanmar. Others are the museum housing various antiquities including several 500-year-old Buddha statues and an ancient Lanna-style wooden structure.
To the west of Wat Luang is Wat Phra Non near the site of the old city walls. Some of the architectural works include the Chiang Saen-style Ubosot with narrow openings to let in light instead of normal windows. The lintel is made of wood with graceful designs. The eaves over the Wihan are all fretted, a symbol of northern architecture. lnside is a 9 metre-long plaster Reclining Buddha.
Wat Phra Bat Ming Muang Iocated on Charoen Nakhon Road near the town hall was built in 1995 by combining two ancient temples. There is an old Chedi containing a replica of the Holy Footprint inside.
The City Pillar Shrine of Phrae situated on Khum Doem Road in town centre, features an inscription stone with ancient Thai scripts of the Sukhothai period describing the construction of a temple in the town.
Located on Nam Khu Road next to the city moats is Wat Sa Bo Kaeo a temple with several exotic Burmese artistic-styled structures and Buddha statues. It is also where Burmese monks who travel to Thailand to study the Buddhist scripture stay.
Just one kilometre from the town hall on Yantrakit Koson Road is Wat Chom Sawan a Burmese architectural style temple. The building which combines the hall for conducting religious rituals and monk's living quarters is beautifully decorated both in its interiors and exteriors. The over-lapping roofs are adorned with fine fret works. Antiquities found here include marble Buddha statues, statues made of woven bamboos coated with lacquer, and Buddha statues made from ivory, as well as ivory scripture slabs with Burmese scripts.
About 4 kilometres away on Highway No. 101 (Phrae-Nan) is Ban Thung Hong a village noted for the making of product made from Mo Hom material. It is a local cotton fabric dyed in blue which is used in making native and modern wears.
Ban Rong Fong specialises in making metal agricultural tools using traditional production method. The village can be reached by taking Highway No. 101 (Phrae-Nan) with a turn into Highway No. 1101 leading to Rong Fong.
Ban Pong Si at Tambon Thin of Muang district is a village which collects and exchanges second-hand household utensils for daily use. It also sells silver products.
About 12 kilometres out of town, and with a further 6 kilometres after a right turn, is the Phae Muang Phi a wide area with no large trees. Because of subsidence and erosion of the soil, the harder elements remain and are formed into the shapes of exotic-looking mushrooms.
A small, 2-level waterfall, Nam Tok Mae Khaem is located at Tambon Suan Khuan. To reach it, go on the Pa Daeng-Thung Hong road for 4 kilometres. Then turn left and continue for another 12 kilometres. There is another fall, larger and with three levels, in the vicinity. It is Nam Tok Tat Mok, which is about 22 kilometres from town.
Wat Phra That Cho Hae is about 8 kilometres to the east of town on Highway No. 1022. A major religious site of the province, it was built since the time of Sukhothai. The 33 metre-tall Chiang Saen-style Chedi houses a Holy Relic. It was built of bricks and covered with bright brass sheets. The name of the temple refers to fine silk woven in Sip Song Panna (in southern China) Which was first used to wrap around the Chedi when the temple was first constructed. There is a fair celebrating the Chedi in March every year.
Three kilometres from Phra that Cho Hae is Wat Phra That Chom Chaeng, some 10 kilometres from town. Built in the year 788, the name of the builder was unknown. The golden Chedi is 19 metres tall and enshrines a Holy Relic. There is also a Museum of rare ancient relics.
The Phraya Chaiyabun Memorial is about 4 kilometres from the Phrae town hall on Highway No. 101. Governor of the town during 1897-1902, he was slain by rebelling Shan tribemen when he refused to cede the town to them. After the rebellion was put down by government troops, King Rama V ordered a memorial erected in his honour.
The Folklore Museum, in the same compound as the Ban Fai garden restaurant three kilometres from town on the Phrae-Sung Men road, is made up of several buildings and wooden structures displaying exhibits on the local way of life. The different types of wooden houses demonstrate the different statuses of the local people. There are also market and shop houses of the past.
About 9 kilometres to the south of town on Highway No. 101 in Sung Men district is the Hua Dong Market. It is the centre of products made from wood and rattan, mostly household furnitures and decorative items.
Some 700 metres off Highway No. 101 at Ban Hua Dong is Wat Phra Luang. It features a Sukhothai-style Chedi and is referred to by the local people as "That Neong", meaning the leaning Chedi.
3 kilometres from Den Chai district, or some 2 kilometres from the provincial town, is Wat Phra That Suthon Mongkhon Khiri. Although a comparatively modern temple, it boasts highly eye-catching structures. The Ubosot in particular is noted for its delicate sculptures with fine designs. There is also the golden teak structure in the Lanna-style which houses valuable relics of the North, including Buddha statues, lacquer ware, Lanna musical instruments, ancient weapons and pictures depicting past events.
A leading attraction, Kaeng Luang is located in Tambon Ban Pin, Long district. To get there, go on the Phrae-Lampang road for about 50 kilometres, then take a right turn at Km.69 and continue on for another 7 kilometres. The scenery is lovely and amid the Yom river are rocky formations which create fast-flowing rapids. On the other side of the river, which can be crossed by ferry, and with a 100-metre walk uphill, will be found the Erawan Cave adorned with elephant-and-female-shaped hanging and protruding crops of rock.
Long District, some 45 kilometres from the provincial town on Highway No. 1023, is the site of a centuries old community since the time of Hariphunchai Period. The local people are skilled in the craft of weaving, both silk and cotton. The art of making the Teen Jok fabric in particular has been handed down from generation to generation. Its design has also been developed to meet with new and different preferences, although the original method has been retained. A fair celebrating the Teen Jok is held annually in Long district around November.
There is a huge gold Chedi housing a Holy Relic at Wat Phra That Si Don Kham. Legend has it that it was built as early as 535 A.D. when the land was under the dominance of the Hariphunchai kingdom.
The Wiang Kosai National Park is about 70 kilometres from the provincial town in Wang Chin district. It can be reached by taking Highway No. 11 (Prae-Lampang). Then take a left turn toward Wang Chin district and continue for a further 13 kilometres to reach the turn to the park headquarters. A further 1.5 kilometres on are two waterfalls, the Mae Koeng Luang, 1 kilometres from the headquarters, and the Mae Koeng Noi, 2 kilometres on foot further on. Streams from the falls flow into The Yom River.
Locates in Tambon Nam Rat of Nong Muang Khai district in Tham Cham Pu, some 17 kilometres from town and with a further distance of 8 kilometres after a left turn. Within the cave is a large hall-like chamber with smaller rooms connected by tunnels. It is beautiful adorned with glittering stalactites and stalagmites.
Another interesting cave is Tham Pha Nang Khoi which is about 40 kilometres north of town on Highway No. 101 at Km. 59 within Rong Kwang district. A 50 metre-long rail leads to the cave mouth. Along the winding tunnels are strangely-shaped stalactites and stalagmites. At the end of the cave is a stalagmite shaped like a woman holding a small child. In front of the Nang Koi (waiting woman) stone is a heart-shaped stalactite. They are the source of the legend of the love of a woman who waited for her lover until she turned into stone. Amid cool forested area is the Huai Rong Waterfall. It can be reached by taking Highway No. 101 (Phrae-Rong Kwang) and go on for 60 kilometres northward. Turn left at Km. 78 and proceed on for a further 4 kilometres.
Phra That Phra Lo is a 400-year-old Chedi believed to contain the remain of a king named Phra Lo, ruler of Nakhon Maen Suang once located in the vicinity. It is said he died together with his two lovers, Phra Phuan and Phra Phaeng, which gave rise to the legend of a folklore. The Chedi itself is at Tambon Ban Klang, Song District on Highway No. 103 some 45 kilometres north or the provincial town.
The Mae Yom National Park is in Song district 48 kilometres from town. The terrain is mountainous with deciduous and rich teak forests, probably the densest in the country. Along the Yom River in front of the camping area of the park are the Kaeng Sua Ten rapids, a two-kilometre-long stretch of rock formations and best visited during November-February when the weather is cool and scenery at its loveliest. Visitors may camp along the river banks.
The Phra that Cho Hae Fair, held in around March, involves a procession to carry robes to cover the Chedi. The procession follows the Lanna style. All participants are decked out in traditional Lanna attires.
The Kin Salak Fair is an old Buddhist merit-making event. Villagers prepare offerings and carry them in procession to present to monks. The fair is held around September yearly.
Mo Hom is a well-know hand-crafter material made in Phrae. Considered a quality product, it is made mainly at Ban Ton Hong using traditional methods in the weaving, dyeing and tailoring processes.
Another famous product is Pha Teen Jok, a fine and well-made material with distinctive design. Apart from being widely used as material to make dresses, today it is also used to make items such as hand-bags, shoes, household decorative items, etc. The main production centre is in Long, Wang Chin and Den Chai districts.
Phrae is one of the most ancient cities in Thailand, an old establishment having been founded in the same period as Sukhothai and Chiang Mai. The town was built over 800 years ago , allegedly by Tai Kern and Tai Lue people. It is laced with romance and enchants visitors with the famous love legends called “Phra Lor” and “Phu Chana Sibtid.”
The former name was Wiang Kosai, which means “Silk Cloth.”
Phrae has an overall area of 6,538.6 aquare kilometers, and is administratively divided into 8 Amphoes (Districts) : Amphoe Muang, Rong Kwang, Wang Chin, Song, Long, Sung Men, Den Chai and Nong Muang Khai. The municipality is located 555 kilometers from Bankok.
How to get there
By Car Take the Bangkok – Nakhon Sawan – Phitsanulok – Denchai –Phrae Highway for 555 kilometers.
By Bus The 9 hour journey from Bangkok can be made on
airconditioned coaches and non - airconditioned buses originating from the Northern Bus Terminal on Bangkok’s Kamphaeng Phet 2 Road (Tel : 02 – 2171101 – 5 for further details).
Muang District (อำเภอเมือง)
Wat Luang and Museum (วัดหลวง และ พิพิธภัณฑ์) is located in town and was built at the same time that the town was founded. Wat Luang means “grand temple.” In the grounds are several revered ruins like the holy pagoda and a venerable Buddha statue. This Buddha in graceful and built in the Chiang Saen style. There in also a museum containing many valuable and holy relics and antuques, such as Buddha images, porcelain objects, and ancient swords and armour. The Museum is open only on Saturday from 9 am - 4 pm
Wat Chorm Sawan (วัดจอมสวรรค์) is located in town and features one of the Burmese – style temples built during the reign of King Rama V under the direction of a Burmese architect. It took 5 years to build and contains Buddhist inscriptions. It is considered the most beautifulstructure in the Lanna region. Besides its structural beauty, it contains 2 rare and unique holy artifacts. There is the ivory Buddhist bible (teachings) which is carved in Burmese on 16 sheets of ivory. There is also a Buddha basket made of bamboo and covered with sheets of gold. This may be the only one of its kind left in the country.
Wat Sa Bor Keaw (วัดสระบ่อแก้ว) is situated on Namkue Road near the moat of the town. This temple has an exotic and beautiful pagoda. The marble Buddha image is also in Burmese style. It is a splendid temple.
Wat Phrathat Chorhae (วัดพระธาตุช่อแฮ) is the most famous temple
in Phrae. It is located in the Muang District on a hill outside the town, about 9 kms to the east. It is currently being renovated by the Fine Arts Department.
Also of great interest is Wat Phrathat Chorm Jaeng, an ancient temple which is sometimes called “the temple of predawn” and is located on Doi Tong hill, about 12 kms away from the town centre. It is one of the oldest temples in the province and was built in 1331 B.C.
Other Chedis (pagodas) of interest include Wat Luang, Wal Srabo Kaew, and several Laotian style temples, such as Wat Sri Bhum, Wat Pong Sunan, Wat Phra Non and Wat Phra Bat Ming Muang.
Vongburi House (บ้านวงศ์บุรี) is located in town, and was built in 1897
by Phya Burirath , who was the past lord of Phrae, of presentation to his daughter Chao Sunantha and son – in – law Luang Pongpiboon. The house is still in family hands. It is a teak 2 - story Thai – European style fine architectural house. An outstanding feature is the elaborate woodcarving decorations both inside and outside. These woodcarvings were originally built with the house. Inside the house are the original family’s household articles e.g. furniture, silverware, earthenware, and important documents. The house was awarded “an excellent conservation of the year 1993” award by the Society of Siam Architecture under Royal Patronage and a picture of the house was published in famous magazines e.g. Tourism Authority of Thailand Magazine, Sawasdee, Heritage Home of Thailand etc. The house is open daily to the public from 9 am – 5 pm with a permission charge of 20 Baht / person. Tel (054) 620153
Local Museum (พิพิธภัณฑ์พื้นบ้าน) Near the town on Phrae – Sung Men Road, in the same area as Baan Fai Restaurant, this museum is a replica of the type of houses of the people existing about 100 years ago.
Pra Tab Jai House (บ้านประทับใจ) Located in town is the biggest Thai – style house constructed with over 130 teak logs in 1976. Each log is about 300 years old. Inside is elaborate northern – style woodcarving. Open daily from 8 am – 4 pm with charge of 10 Baht / person , Tel (054) 511008.
Tung Hong Village (หมู่บ้านทุ่งโฮ้ง) This is a village located in the Muang District area about 3 kms away from on Highway No. 101. It is renowned for its good quality “Mohom” farmer shirts in cotton fabric, the favourite local preduct purchased by tourists in Phrae.
Rong Fong Village (หมู่บ้านร่องฟอง) is only 6 kms from town. As soon as you arrive, you can hear the sound of metal being worked in every home. There are 662 families in Rong Fong Village, and 90% of the men work as blacksmiths making knives, hand scythes, picks and spades. 95% of the women are seamstresses making pants, shirts and sportswear.
Pong Sri Village (หมู่บ้านโป่งศรี) is located on Highway No.101 near the Rong Fong village. It is known for its extraordinary antique shops and a Batik silk factory.
Phae Muang Phi (แพะเมืองผี) is regarded as Thailand’s Grand Canyon and is located about 18 kms from the town on Highway 101. Muang Phi (Thai meaning “the City of Ghosts”) is noted for its fantastic rock formations. Some local villagers still believe that this area is haunted by phantoms. It is a quiet place and nobody wants to live around there. However, it is well worth a visit for those who appreciate spectacular natural rock formations. Muang Phi is actually a shallow depression in the ground where soil erosion has produced strange chimney – like shapes that give the impression of dwelling on some alien planet.
Sung Men district (อำเภอสูงเม่น)
Mae Man Reservoir (อ่างเก็บน้ำแม่มาน) is 20 kms from Muang District following the Phrae – Den Chai Road. It is a big reservoir and especially beautiful in the early morning when the sun is rising. Hua Dong Market (ตลาดหัวดง) Located in Sung Men District. Is a centre for woodcarving and other teakwood products.
Wang Chin District (อำเภอวังชิ้น)
Wiang Kosai National Park (อุทยานแห่งชาติเวียงโกศัย) is located on Highway No. 1023 about 80 kms from Muang District. The National Park contains many attractions : -
- Mae Kerng Luang Waterfall (น้ำตกแม่เกิ๋งหลวง) which is a large waterfall with 7 levels and drops 213 meters from the first to the last level.
- Pang Pa Kluay Waterfall (น้ำตกปางป่ากล้วย) is a medium waterfall on the way to Hopea Forest. There is a Nature Study Camp site for up to 300 students and visitor accommodation.
Long District (อำเภอลอง)
Teenjok Weaving Cloth Villages (หมู่บ้านทอผ้าตีนจก) These villages produce intricate and beautiful designs both on cotton and silk. This cottage industry may be found in homes throughout Baan Natum, Baan Namon and Baan Hua Thung.
Doi Phaklong National Park (อุทยานแห่งชาติดอยผากลอง) is located on the side of Highway No.1023 about 20 kms. From Muang District. The National Park contains many places of interest
- Kangluang (แก่งหลวง) means “big cataract”. It is a large deep pond carved out by the Mae Yom River. It refills annually with the monsoon overflow. The river hurls spray into the air as it strikes a rock hill mid stream. With a mountainous background it is a most scenic site.
- Erawan Cave (ถ้ำเอราวัณ) , not far from Kangluang is also a place of interest. Erawan Cave is regarded as a wonderful place. To visit this cave, you must cross the Mae Yom River and go on foot, climbing about 200 metres up the mountain. It is like a wide hall with a high ceiling and beautiful stalactites and stalagmites. One huge rock looks like the Erawan Elephant. Standing at the entrance of the cave, it is cool and comfortable. Apart from Kangluang and Erawan Cave, if you cross the Mae Yom River and walk for 2 kms, threr is a range of hilltribe villages, such as Lisu and Akha. The fascinating hilltribe culture includes costumes, music, dancing, crafts and ghost gates.
- Hat Wang Ngeon (หาดวังเงิน) is a sandy beach which is upstream from Kangluang. It is the starting point of float rafts of logs down the Mae Yom River to Kangluang.
- Maharat Rocks Garden (สวนหินมหาราช) Located at Doi Phaklong National Park office, it is a wide, bare area having many rock shapes,both large and small,like a lunar surface. There is a hall for relaxation and food shops for refreshments.
- Coral Park Mountain (ภูเขาหินปะการัง) This is otherwise called Fong Hin Tak and is located at doi Phaklong National Park, 18 kms from Phrae. Coral Park Mountain was caused by the Earth’s movement and upthrust with sculpting erosion over billions of years.
Thart – Pra – Lor (ธาตุพระลอ) is the most important ancient remains in Song District. According to legend, literary information, and archeological evidence, it’s inferred that Thart – Pra – Lor is the site where a grest love was commemorated in funeral flames. Memorislized are the principal actor and actresses of Thai literature, Li – Li – Pra – Lor, Pra – Lor and the two sisters, Pra – Puean and Pra – Paeng. Their love triangle ended with sadness, the same as Shakespeare’s literary Romeo and Juliet.
Mae Yom National Park (อุทยานแห่งชาติแม่ยม) is 20 kms from Song District. There are natural resources of ecological importance, beautiful flora and fauna, and especially, the wonderful rapids spilling over a wide exposure of primarily Basalt rock. The sharp and eroded basalt becomes such a great beauty, it is called “Kaeng Sur Ten” (river rocks) by native legend.
Visitors can go on a picnic, relax or camp in this charming area. There is a natural creation on the top of a big hill called “Lom Dong” . It’s a big swamp that has retained water for years. Geologists surmise that Lom Dong was formed by the action of the earth’s crust.
The swamp area is enriched by a valuable teak forest nearby. The forest It called “The Most Beautiful Teak Forest.”
Mae Song Reservoir (อ่างเก็บน้ำแม่สอง) is the largest reservoir in Phrae. It is 12 kms to the north of Song District. There is a beautiful deciduous and evergreen forest. The hills surrounding the reservour are very scenic. The highest hill is “Pha Pee pha Nong” , a prominent cliff at the edge of the peaceful, deep, clean and clear Mae Song Reservoir. The reservoir capacity is 65.8 million cubic meters.
Dragon – fly Lsland (เกาะแมลงปอ) is a very beautiful island in the Mae Song Reservoir. Trees and grasses, that were submerged, have become on appropriate habitat for many species of Dragon – fly. The environmental beauty of the water depths and upthrust hills is enhanced by the lovely roving dragon – flies.
Rong Kwang District (อำเภอร้องกวาง)
Siam Currency Museum (พิพิธภัณฑ์เงินตราสยาม เวียงสรอง) is 39 kms from Muang District. It has been a collection place for Thai currencies since the era of Thawarawadee, Sriwichai, Sukhothai and part of the Ratanakosin era. There are more than 2,000 pieces of ancient objects, for example, the title deeds of land in the era of The Fifth King Rama as well as The Royal Materials and ancient appliances.
Pha Nang Koi Cave (ถ้ำผานางคอย) This cave is 200 metres in length, and naturally decorated with beautiful stalagmites and stalactites. One of the stalagmites looks like a woman holding her baby. Villagers call it “Nang Koi” (lady waits) This is the scene of a great legendary to a common soldier and she was then punished and put in jail while she was pregnant. The common soldier, her husband, went to help and took her to hide in this cave. He was killed when he went out to find food. She sat holding her baby and waited for her husband until her body turned to rock.
Huai Rong Waterfall (น้ำตกห้วยโรง) This attractive three – levelled large waterfall , is located in the area of Rong Kwang District on Phrae – Nan Road , 81 kms from Muang District. Besiteds this waterfall, there are some others such as, Ngoen and Sao Wa Waterfalls which are the favourites of tourists in general.
Muang District (Area Code : 054 Postal Code : 54000)
NOTES : A – AIR CONDITIONED , F – FAN
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Busarakham Hotel (โรงแรมบุษราคัม) 39/12 Rajdamnoed Rd., Tel. 511437 , 24 Rooms
Bua Khao Hotel (โรงแรมบัวขาว) 8/1 Charoen Muang Rd.,Tel. 511372 , 30 Rooms
Kanchana Hotel (โรงแรมกาญจนะ) Charoen Muang Rd . ,Tel. 511504 , 25 Rooms
Mae Yom Palace Hotel (โรงแรมแม่ยมพาเลส) 18/16 Yantarakit Kosol Rd., Tel. 521028-36 Fax.522904 ,140 Rooms
Nakorn Phrae Tower Hotel (โรงแรมนครแพร่ทาวเวอร์) Muang Hit Rd., Tel. 521321 Fax. 523503 ,140 Rooms
Nakorn Phrae Hotel (โรงแรมนครแพร่) 69 Rajdamnoen Rd., Tel. 511032 , 250 Rooms
Paradorn Hotel (โรงแรมภราดร) 177 Yantarakit Kosol Rd., Tel. 522340 , 57 Rooms
Sawasdikarn Hotel (โรงแรมสวัสดิการ) 76 – 78 Yantarakit Kosol Rd., Tel. 511032 , 30 Rooms
Siriwattana Hotel (โรงแรมศิริวัฒนา) 158 Charoen Muang Rd., Tel. 511047 , 25 Rooms
Thung Sri Phaibon Hotel (โรงแรมทุ่งศรีไพบุลย์) 152 Charoen Muang Rd., Tel. 511011 , 60 Rooms
Thep Viman Hotel (โรงแรมเทพวิมาน) 226 - 228 Charoen Muang Rd., Tel. 511003 , 52 Rooms
Den Chai District
Namlam Garden Resort (น้ำแรมการ์เด้นรีสอร์ท) Yantarakit Kosol Rd., Tel. 01 – 4730983
Saeng Sawang Hotel (โรงแรมแสงสว่าง) Yantarakit Kosol Rd., Tel. 613367 , 14 Rooms
Baan fai (บ้านฝ้าย) Yantarakit Kosol Rd., Tel. 523114
Chang Pha Dan (ช้างผาด่าน) Nakorn Phrae Tower Hotel Tel.521321
Chat Chai (ฉัตรไชย) 388 M.2 Nam Thong Tel. 626217
Muagn Plae (เมืองแพล) PharaDorn Hotel, Tel 511177
Nakornphrae Coffee Shop (นครแพร่คอฟฟี่ช๊อฟ) Nakorn Phrae Hotel, Tel. 511122
Ruenton (เรือนต้น) Mae yom Palace Hotel , Tel.521028-36
Ruen Nam thong (เรือนน้ำทอง) 445 / 5 M.2 Phuket Rd., Tel. 627591
Suan Sai Thong (สวนไซทอง) 262 M.10 Den Chai – Uttaradit Tel.613458
Tung Keow (ทุ่งแก้ว) 1 / 4 M.3 Chorhae Rd., Tel. 523460
V.I.P. Golden Club (วี.ไอ.พี.โกลเด้นคลับ) 3/6 M.6 Ratutid Rd.,Tel. 623070
Souvenir Shops (ร้านขายของที่ระลึก)
Baan Fai (บ้านฝ้าย) Yantarakit Kosol Rd., Tel. 523114
Baan Pratabjai (บ้านประทับใจ) Rob Muang Rd., Tel. 511088
Kohom Phetchare (หม้อห้อมเพชรา) 310/1 Moo 2 Baan Tunghong , Tel. 521783
Nok Noi (นกน้อย) Yantarakit Kosol Rd., Tel. 511008