Culture and ReligionArts and CraftChildren Friendly
Nan is a fairly typical provincial city with a vast, interesting history, some impressive wats and a very good museum.
Welcome to Homestay Baan Bo Suak, the friendliness village. The small rural village located in Muang district, Nan Province. Staying in the village homestay, you can indulge in learning about local culture not just by being with the villagers, but also by seeing how locals live in a sustainable way.
Have you ever known the meaning of BO SUAK? In Thai Lanna Language BO is mean NOT and SUAK is mean FIERCENESS. That is why we can say BAAN BO SUAK is the Friendliness Village.
Stay with Host Family
City tour including visit Wat Phumin, Wat Chang Kam, Wat Ming Muang and Musuem.
Visit Pottery Musuem and workshop, visit weaving house and bike rental around the village.
Meals plan: Dinner on arrival day, fullboard on the second day and breakfast on departure day.
Roundtrip transfer Baan Bo Suak - Nan airport/Bus station (based on private vehicle) without guide (arrange by the community).
Personal English speaking guide.
Accommodation at Homestay Baan Bo Suak.
Visit Ancient Kiln site and Antique Wooden House Museum
Have fun with pottery and handicraft workshop with local expert
See and learn the secret of traditional weaving at weaver’s house
Experience local lifestyle by offering food to monks at Wat Bo Suak Temple
Enjoy biking around the village
Sightseeing in a peaceful town of Nan
Your guide will be pick up you at the airport / bus terminal (arrival time # TBA). Then will take you one round of sightseeing in town to visit the main attractions in this charming province. For example, Wat Phumin, Wat Chang Kam, Wat Ming Muang and Nan National Musuem.
Welcome to Homestay Baan Bo Suak, the friendliness village. The small rural village located in Muang district, Nan Province.
The local host will present you the local foods as welcome dinner together.
Overnight at Homestay Baan Bo Suak, Nan.
Today wake up around 8 am. After take a shower, breakfast will be served by local host at homestay. Then we will start our journey in Baan Bo Suak village around 10 am.
First, we start at Ancient Kiln site and Antique Wooden House Musuem, This place was one of the significant glazed ceramics production sites in Lanna because its characteristics were different from the other places in Thailand. Near the kiln site located the museum where they exhibit daily activities of the local people in past. It is also a source of knowledge on beliefs about the houses, architectures, tools and equipment necessary to daily basis.
After we got introduction about history of the village. Then we will start Craft Workshop (Pottery Making), we can learn how to make your pottery by clay. You will get your own master piece pottery back as a souvenir.
Lunch will be served at community center or local restaurant.
Afterwards, we will go to Weaver’s house where you can learn about how to do handcraft textiles. Here you can see all the process from cotton to be textiles. There are many unique textile patterns from BO SUAK such as Bo Suak pattern, Dao Lom Duean (star surrounding the moon), Nam Lai (flowing water). These handicraft textiles are precious souvenirs.
Relax on your leisure at homestay.
Before dinner, we can do biking around the village during sunset time.
Dinner will be served by local host at homestay.
Overnight at Homestay Baan Bo Suak, Nan.
Today, you will have a chance to say hello with the sun by wake up early around 7 a.m. and offer food to monks at Wat Bo Suak Temple. Local host would prepare the food for you in the morning. Then you can go to the temple with your host to offer food to monks. This is the way of local life to making merit.
Breakfast will be served by local host at homestay.
Packing time! and relax on your leisure.
After you have done with packing, a lovely local guide will help you transfer to Nan airport / bus terminal (departure time # TBA).
Homestay Standard Development
You can be a part of the homestay standard development project by giving your commend of how to make homestay better after finishing the tour. This trip also aims to support community wellbeing and sustainable tourism by working with local people.