Sila Petch, Nan (2D1N)

Nan, Thailand
2 Days 1 Night
English, Thai

About the trip
Active and Fit Culture and Religion
Get away from it all for one night in a small community located in the middle of the misty and vast rice fields surrounded by Luang Phra Bang Mountain. Rest in a ‘Tai Lue’ homestay near the lively body of water that cascades over the igneous rocks that form the Sila Petch Waterfall. Learn about dyed cotton weaving that uses colourful patterns – a skill that people here have been inheriting for hundreds of years.
  • Visit the local knowledge center and learn about Tai Lue weaving
  • Experience a Bai Sri Su Kwan ceremony
  • Visit the Sufficient Economy Learning Center
  • Pick up and drop off service is excluded, add-on service available
  • Professional english guide is excluded, add-on service available
Stay with Host Family
Private Room
Electricity 24/7
Seated Toilet
Cell Signal
  • Activities as listed in the itinerary
  • One night accommodation
  • Local guides (Thai language only)
  • 3 Meals (1 Lunch, 1 Dinner, 1 Breakfast)
  • Travel insurance
Day One
Welcoming Ceremony, pay respect to Luang Phu Kha Shrine, experience the culture of Lam Nam Yang, inspect the rice fields surrounded by a mountain range, pick local vegetables, and visit the local knowledge center that’ll teach you more about Tai Lue weaving.
Experience a Bai Sri Su Kwan ceremony, Sa Lo So Sueng Show, Tai Lue dance, and then enjoy a traditional Khantoke Dinner.
Day Two
6:00 am Stroll through a market in the morning and offer food (making merit) to the monks in front of the accommodation. 7:30 am Breakfast. 8:30 am Visit the Sufficient Economy Learning Center. Hike through a forest, learning more nature and the community’s history as you go. The path is easy to walk through with a distance of only one kilometre. Pho Phu Kha Shrine – Bo Namthip – Stone Bridge – Mon Lue Si. 11:30 am Relax at Sila Petch Waterfall with lunch.
1:00 pm Visit a local product center before returning back.
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