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Phayao is a calm but charming province with the beautiful historical sites, temples and Thai Lue ethnic group’s tradition.

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There are many Bangkok – Phayao buses from many companies in Morchit Bus Terminal  For more information, call 1490 or go to www.transport.co.th.  For online ticket booking , go to www.busticket.in.th or www.thaiticketmajor.com   or www.thairoute.com

Visitors can take a regular train from Bangkok’s Hua Lumphong Station to Den Chai Station in Phrae, or farther along to Lampang or Chiang Mai, and then transfer to a bus to Phayao. Call 1690 for more information.

There are no regular commercial flights to Phayao. Visitors can fly from Bangkok to Chiang Rai and then transfer to a bus to Phayao.

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Phayao is a calm but charming province with the beautiful historical sites, temples and Thai Lue ethnic group’s tradition.

While little of its historic heritage remains for visitors to see, Phayao was once an independent kingdom nearly 1000 years ago. While the capital has developed into a charming, relatively modern town, much of Phayao remains unchanged; the province retains its greatly unspoiled natural beauty, featuring both rice growing lowlands and substantial mountains where many hill tribe villages continue to live traditional lifestyles.
Phayao town, which is situated beside picturesque Lake Phayao, features ornate gardens and parks that are popular picnicking grounds ideal for watching the fading sunset’s light reflecting upon the lake. The small city exudes a relaxing vibe, although Chai Kwan Road, which runs along the lakeside, features a respectable variety of bars, restaurants and nightclubs. A reasonable selection of accommodation is also available as the region is popular with Thai visitors from other provinces.

Aside from the large lake and a number of charming temples however, there is little to do in Phayao except relax and plan for explorations of the countryside and neighboring provinces. Nonetheless, few who make the journey to Phayao have any regrets about visiting this stunningly beautiful province.

Virtually enveloped by mountains and valleys, Phayao is a peaceful province. Though it has only modest facilities and conveniences, Phayao is an enchanting community with outstanding natural beauty and fascinating religious sites. Dating back more than 900 years, Phayao used to be an independent state before it became a part of the Lanna Thai kingdom in mid-14th century. Today, Phayao is a laid-back town surrounded by lush natural beauty. The lakeside strip of bars and restaurants is a perfect place to unwind and plan journeys into the countryside, within which many hill tribe communities retain much of their traditional lifestyles.

You can choose to stay in resorts, guesthouse, or hotels.  Moreover, you can go camping at the Phu Sang National Park if you want to get closed to nature.

Wat Si Khom Kham : the temple houses Phra Chao Ton Luang – the big Buddha image in the subduing Mara posture.   It is the important temple of Phayao for a long time.

 

Kwan Phayao : the extensive freshwater lake whose habitat of fish and birds is the location of the biggest freshwater fishery station in the North of Thailand.  It is famous for successfully breeding Pla Buk, the giant catfish.

 

Phu Sang Waterfall : it is the only hot-water waterfall in Thailand, located in Phu Sang National Park.

Wat Tha Fah Tai : the temple with Thai Lue traditional style.

 

Hor Wattanatham Nithat : the indigenous museum exhibiting ancient artifacts of Phayao.

You can visit historical sites, go cruising on Kwan Phayao, or absorb natural atmosphere in the forests and waterfalls.

Local food are easily found in the restaurants and markets.

Souvenirs, processed food, and local products are available in the shops in the city.

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Phayao is a calm but charming province with the beautiful historical sites, temples and Thai Lue ethnic group’s tradition.

While little of its historic heritage remains for visitors to see, Phayao was once an independent kingdom nearly 1000 years ago. While the capital has developed into a charming, relatively modern town, much of Phayao remains unchanged; the province retains its greatly unspoiled natural beauty, featuring both rice growing lowlands and substantial mountains where many hill tribe villages continue to live traditional lifestyles.
Phayao town, which is situated beside picturesque Lake Phayao, features ornate gardens and parks that are popular picnicking grounds ideal for watching the fading sunset’s light reflecting upon the lake. The small city exudes a relaxing vibe, although Chai Kwan Road, which runs along the lakeside, features a respectable variety of bars, restaurants and nightclubs. A reasonable selection of accommodation is also available as the region is popular with Thai visitors from other provinces.

Aside from the large lake and a number of charming temples however, there is little to do in Phayao except relax and plan for explorations of the countryside and neighboring provinces. Nonetheless, few who make the journey to Phayao have any regrets about visiting this stunningly beautiful province.

Virtually enveloped by mountains and valleys, Phayao is a peaceful province. Though it has only modest facilities and conveniences, Phayao is an enchanting community with outstanding natural beauty and fascinating religious sites. Dating back more than 900 years, Phayao used to be an independent state before it became a part of the Lanna Thai kingdom in mid-14th century. Today, Phayao is a laid-back town surrounded by lush natural beauty. The lakeside strip of bars and restaurants is a perfect place to unwind and plan journeys into the countryside, within which many hill tribe communities retain much of their traditional lifestyles.

You can choose to stay in resorts, guesthouse, or hotels.  Moreover, you can go camping at the Phu Sang National Park if you want to get closed to nature.

Wat Si Khom Kham : the temple houses Phra Chao Ton Luang – the big Buddha image in the subduing Mara posture.   It is the important temple of Phayao for a long time.

 

Kwan Phayao : the extensive freshwater lake whose habitat of fish and birds is the location of the biggest freshwater fishery station in the North of Thailand.  It is famous for successfully breeding Pla Buk, the giant catfish.

 

Phu Sang Waterfall : it is the only hot-water waterfall in Thailand, located in Phu Sang National Park.

Wat Tha Fah Tai : the temple with Thai Lue traditional style.

 

Hor Wattanatham Nithat : the indigenous museum exhibiting ancient artifacts of Phayao.

You can visit historical sites, go cruising on Kwan Phayao, or absorb natural atmosphere in the forests and waterfalls.

Local food are easily found in the restaurants and markets.

Souvenirs, processed food, and local products are available in the shops in the city.

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Phayao is a calm but charming province with the beautiful historical sites, temples and Thai Lue ethnic group’s tradition.

While little of its historic heritage remains for visitors to see, Phayao was once an independent kingdom nearly 1000 years ago. While the capital has developed into a charming, relatively modern town, much of Phayao remains unchanged; the province retains its greatly unspoiled natural beauty, featuring both rice growing lowlands and substantial mountains where many hill tribe villages continue to live traditional lifestyles.
Phayao town, which is situated beside picturesque Lake Phayao, features ornate gardens and parks that are popular picnicking grounds ideal for watching the fading sunset’s light reflecting upon the lake. The small city exudes a relaxing vibe, although Chai Kwan Road, which runs along the lakeside, features a respectable variety of bars, restaurants and nightclubs. A reasonable selection of accommodation is also available as the region is popular with Thai visitors from other provinces.

Aside from the large lake and a number of charming temples however, there is little to do in Phayao except relax and plan for explorations of the countryside and neighboring provinces. Nonetheless, few who make the journey to Phayao have any regrets about visiting this stunningly beautiful province.

Virtually enveloped by mountains and valleys, Phayao is a peaceful province. Though it has only modest facilities and conveniences, Phayao is an enchanting community with outstanding natural beauty and fascinating religious sites. Dating back more than 900 years, Phayao used to be an independent state before it became a part of the Lanna Thai kingdom in mid-14th century. Today, Phayao is a laid-back town surrounded by lush natural beauty. The lakeside strip of bars and restaurants is a perfect place to unwind and plan journeys into the countryside, within which many hill tribe communities retain much of their traditional lifestyles.

You can choose to stay in resorts, guesthouse, or hotels.  Moreover, you can go camping at the Phu Sang National Park if you want to get closed to nature.

Wat Si Khom Kham : the temple houses Phra Chao Ton Luang – the big Buddha image in the subduing Mara posture.   It is the important temple of Phayao for a long time.

 

Kwan Phayao : the extensive freshwater lake whose habitat of fish and birds is the location of the biggest freshwater fishery station in the North of Thailand.  It is famous for successfully breeding Pla Buk, the giant catfish.

 

Phu Sang Waterfall : it is the only hot-water waterfall in Thailand, located in Phu Sang National Park.

Wat Tha Fah Tai : the temple with Thai Lue traditional style.

 

Hor Wattanatham Nithat : the indigenous museum exhibiting ancient artifacts of Phayao.

You can visit historical sites, go cruising on Kwan Phayao, or absorb natural atmosphere in the forests and waterfalls.

Local food are easily found in the restaurants and markets.

Souvenirs, processed food, and local products are available in the shops in the city.

Phayao is a calm but charming province with the beautiful historical sites, temples and Thai Lue ethnic group’s tradition.

While little of its historic heritage remains for visitors to see, Phayao was once an independent kingdom nearly 1000 years ago. While the capital has developed into a charming, relatively modern town, much of Phayao remains unchanged; the province retains its greatly unspoiled natural beauty, featuring both rice growing lowlands and substantial mountains where many hill tribe villages continue to live traditional lifestyles.
Phayao town, which is situated beside picturesque Lake Phayao, features ornate gardens and parks that are popular picnicking grounds ideal for watching the fading sunset’s light reflecting upon the lake. The small city exudes a relaxing vibe, although Chai Kwan Road, which runs along the lakeside, features a respectable variety of bars, restaurants and nightclubs. A reasonable selection of accommodation is also available as the region is popular with Thai visitors from other provinces.

Aside from the large lake and a number of charming temples however, there is little to do in Phayao except relax and plan for explorations of the countryside and neighboring provinces. Nonetheless, few who make the journey to Phayao have any regrets about visiting this stunningly beautiful province.

Virtually enveloped by mountains and valleys, Phayao is a peaceful province. Though it has only modest facilities and conveniences, Phayao is an enchanting community with outstanding natural beauty and fascinating religious sites. Dating back more than 900 years, Phayao used to be an independent state before it became a part of the Lanna Thai kingdom in mid-14th century. Today, Phayao is a laid-back town surrounded by lush natural beauty. The lakeside strip of bars and restaurants is a perfect place to unwind and plan journeys into the countryside, within which many hill tribe communities retain much of their traditional lifestyles.

You can choose to stay in resorts, guesthouse, or hotels.  Moreover, you can go camping at the Phu Sang National Park if you want to get closed to nature.

Wat Si Khom Kham : the temple houses Phra Chao Ton Luang – the big Buddha image in the subduing Mara posture.   It is the important temple of Phayao for a long time.

 

Kwan Phayao : the extensive freshwater lake whose habitat of fish and birds is the location of the biggest freshwater fishery station in the North of Thailand.  It is famous for successfully breeding Pla Buk, the giant catfish.

 

Phu Sang Waterfall : it is the only hot-water waterfall in Thailand, located in Phu Sang National Park.

Wat Tha Fah Tai : the temple with Thai Lue traditional style.

 

Hor Wattanatham Nithat : the indigenous museum exhibiting ancient artifacts of Phayao.

You can visit historical sites, go cruising on Kwan Phayao, or absorb natural atmosphere in the forests and waterfalls.

Local food are easily found in the restaurants and markets.

Souvenirs, processed food, and local products are available in the shops in the city.

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Phayao is a calm but charming province with the beautiful historical sites, temples and Thai Lue ethnic group’s tradition.

While little of its historic heritage remains for visitors to see, Phayao was once an independent kingdom nearly 1000 years ago. While the capital has developed into a charming, relatively modern town, much of Phayao remains unchanged; the province retains its greatly unspoiled natural beauty, featuring both rice growing lowlands and substantial mountains where many hill tribe villages continue to live traditional lifestyles.
Phayao town, which is situated beside picturesque Lake Phayao, features ornate gardens and parks that are popular picnicking grounds ideal for watching the fading sunset’s light reflecting upon the lake. The small city exudes a relaxing vibe, although Chai Kwan Road, which runs along the lakeside, features a respectable variety of bars, restaurants and nightclubs. A reasonable selection of accommodation is also available as the region is popular with Thai visitors from other provinces.

Aside from the large lake and a number of charming temples however, there is little to do in Phayao except relax and plan for explorations of the countryside and neighboring provinces. Nonetheless, few who make the journey to Phayao have any regrets about visiting this stunningly beautiful province.

Virtually enveloped by mountains and valleys, Phayao is a peaceful province. Though it has only modest facilities and conveniences, Phayao is an enchanting community with outstanding natural beauty and fascinating religious sites. Dating back more than 900 years, Phayao used to be an independent state before it became a part of the Lanna Thai kingdom in mid-14th century. Today, Phayao is a laid-back town surrounded by lush natural beauty. The lakeside strip of bars and restaurants is a perfect place to unwind and plan journeys into the countryside, within which many hill tribe communities retain much of their traditional lifestyles.

You can choose to stay in resorts, guesthouse, or hotels.  Moreover, you can go camping at the Phu Sang National Park if you want to get closed to nature.

Wat Si Khom Kham : the temple houses Phra Chao Ton Luang – the big Buddha image in the subduing Mara posture.   It is the important temple of Phayao for a long time.

 

Kwan Phayao : the extensive freshwater lake whose habitat of fish and birds is the location of the biggest freshwater fishery station in the North of Thailand.  It is famous for successfully breeding Pla Buk, the giant catfish.

 

Phu Sang Waterfall : it is the only hot-water waterfall in Thailand, located in Phu Sang National Park.

Wat Tha Fah Tai : the temple with Thai Lue traditional style.

 

Hor Wattanatham Nithat : the indigenous museum exhibiting ancient artifacts of Phayao.

You can visit historical sites, go cruising on Kwan Phayao, or absorb natural atmosphere in the forests and waterfalls.

Local food are easily found in the restaurants and markets.

Souvenirs, processed food, and local products are available in the shops in the city.

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Phayao is a calm but charming province with the beautiful historical sites, temples and Thai Lue ethnic group’s tradition.

While little of its historic heritage remains for visitors to see, Phayao was once an independent kingdom nearly 1000 years ago. While the capital has developed into a charming, relatively modern town, much of Phayao remains unchanged; the province retains its greatly unspoiled natural beauty, featuring both rice growing lowlands and substantial mountains where many hill tribe villages continue to live traditional lifestyles.
Phayao town, which is situated beside picturesque Lake Phayao, features ornate gardens and parks that are popular picnicking grounds ideal for watching the fading sunset’s light reflecting upon the lake. The small city exudes a relaxing vibe, although Chai Kwan Road, which runs along the lakeside, features a respectable variety of bars, restaurants and nightclubs. A reasonable selection of accommodation is also available as the region is popular with Thai visitors from other provinces.

Aside from the large lake and a number of charming temples however, there is little to do in Phayao except relax and plan for explorations of the countryside and neighboring provinces. Nonetheless, few who make the journey to Phayao have any regrets about visiting this stunningly beautiful province.

Virtually enveloped by mountains and valleys, Phayao is a peaceful province. Though it has only modest facilities and conveniences, Phayao is an enchanting community with outstanding natural beauty and fascinating religious sites. Dating back more than 900 years, Phayao used to be an independent state before it became a part of the Lanna Thai kingdom in mid-14th century. Today, Phayao is a laid-back town surrounded by lush natural beauty. The lakeside strip of bars and restaurants is a perfect place to unwind and plan journeys into the countryside, within which many hill tribe communities retain much of their traditional lifestyles.

You can choose to stay in resorts, guesthouse, or hotels.  Moreover, you can go camping at the Phu Sang National Park if you want to get closed to nature.

Wat Si Khom Kham : the temple houses Phra Chao Ton Luang – the big Buddha image in the subduing Mara posture.   It is the important temple of Phayao for a long time.

 

Kwan Phayao : the extensive freshwater lake whose habitat of fish and birds is the location of the biggest freshwater fishery station in the North of Thailand.  It is famous for successfully breeding Pla Buk, the giant catfish.

 

Phu Sang Waterfall : it is the only hot-water waterfall in Thailand, located in Phu Sang National Park.

Wat Tha Fah Tai : the temple with Thai Lue traditional style.

 

Hor Wattanatham Nithat : the indigenous museum exhibiting ancient artifacts of Phayao.

You can visit historical sites, go cruising on Kwan Phayao, or absorb natural atmosphere in the forests and waterfalls.

Local food are easily found in the restaurants and markets.

Souvenirs, processed food, and local products are available in the shops in the city.

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Phayao is a calm but charming province with the beautiful historical sites, temples and Thai Lue ethnic group’s tradition.

While little of its historic heritage remains for visitors to see, Phayao was once an independent kingdom nearly 1000 years ago. While the capital has developed into a charming, relatively modern town, much of Phayao remains unchanged; the province retains its greatly unspoiled natural beauty, featuring both rice growing lowlands and substantial mountains where many hill tribe villages continue to live traditional lifestyles.
Phayao town, which is situated beside picturesque Lake Phayao, features ornate gardens and parks that are popular picnicking grounds ideal for watching the fading sunset’s light reflecting upon the lake. The small city exudes a relaxing vibe, although Chai Kwan Road, which runs along the lakeside, features a respectable variety of bars, restaurants and nightclubs. A reasonable selection of accommodation is also available as the region is popular with Thai visitors from other provinces.

Aside from the large lake and a number of charming temples however, there is little to do in Phayao except relax and plan for explorations of the countryside and neighboring provinces. Nonetheless, few who make the journey to Phayao have any regrets about visiting this stunningly beautiful province.

Virtually enveloped by mountains and valleys, Phayao is a peaceful province. Though it has only modest facilities and conveniences, Phayao is an enchanting community with outstanding natural beauty and fascinating religious sites. Dating back more than 900 years, Phayao used to be an independent state before it became a part of the Lanna Thai kingdom in mid-14th century. Today, Phayao is a laid-back town surrounded by lush natural beauty. The lakeside strip of bars and restaurants is a perfect place to unwind and plan journeys into the countryside, within which many hill tribe communities retain much of their traditional lifestyles.

You can choose to stay in resorts, guesthouse, or hotels.  Moreover, you can go camping at the Phu Sang National Park if you want to get closed to nature.

Wat Si Khom Kham : the temple houses Phra Chao Ton Luang – the big Buddha image in the subduing Mara posture.   It is the important temple of Phayao for a long time.

 

Kwan Phayao : the extensive freshwater lake whose habitat of fish and birds is the location of the biggest freshwater fishery station in the North of Thailand.  It is famous for successfully breeding Pla Buk, the giant catfish.

 

Phu Sang Waterfall : it is the only hot-water waterfall in Thailand, located in Phu Sang National Park.

Wat Tha Fah Tai : the temple with Thai Lue traditional style.

 

Hor Wattanatham Nithat : the indigenous museum exhibiting ancient artifacts of Phayao.

You can visit historical sites, go cruising on Kwan Phayao, or absorb natural atmosphere in the forests and waterfalls.

Local food are easily found in the restaurants and markets.

Souvenirs, processed food, and local products are available in the shops in the city.

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Phayao is a calm but charming province with the beautiful historical sites, temples and Thai Lue ethnic group’s tradition.

While little of its historic heritage remains for visitors to see, Phayao was once an independent kingdom nearly 1000 years ago. While the capital has developed into a charming, relatively modern town, much of Phayao remains unchanged; the province retains its greatly unspoiled natural beauty, featuring both rice growing lowlands and substantial mountains where many hill tribe villages continue to live traditional lifestyles.
Phayao town, which is situated beside picturesque Lake Phayao, features ornate gardens and parks that are popular picnicking grounds ideal for watching the fading sunset’s light reflecting upon the lake. The small city exudes a relaxing vibe, although Chai Kwan Road, which runs along the lakeside, features a respectable variety of bars, restaurants and nightclubs. A reasonable selection of accommodation is also available as the region is popular with Thai visitors from other provinces.

Aside from the large lake and a number of charming temples however, there is little to do in Phayao except relax and plan for explorations of the countryside and neighboring provinces. Nonetheless, few who make the journey to Phayao have any regrets about visiting this stunningly beautiful province.

Virtually enveloped by mountains and valleys, Phayao is a peaceful province. Though it has only modest facilities and conveniences, Phayao is an enchanting community with outstanding natural beauty and fascinating religious sites. Dating back more than 900 years, Phayao used to be an independent state before it became a part of the Lanna Thai kingdom in mid-14th century. Today, Phayao is a laid-back town surrounded by lush natural beauty. The lakeside strip of bars and restaurants is a perfect place to unwind and plan journeys into the countryside, within which many hill tribe communities retain much of their traditional lifestyles.

You can choose to stay in resorts, guesthouse, or hotels.  Moreover, you can go camping at the Phu Sang National Park if you want to get closed to nature.

Wat Si Khom Kham : the temple houses Phra Chao Ton Luang – the big Buddha image in the subduing Mara posture.   It is the important temple of Phayao for a long time.

 

Kwan Phayao : the extensive freshwater lake whose habitat of fish and birds is the location of the biggest freshwater fishery station in the North of Thailand.  It is famous for successfully breeding Pla Buk, the giant catfish.

 

Phu Sang Waterfall : it is the only hot-water waterfall in Thailand, located in Phu Sang National Park.

Wat Tha Fah Tai : the temple with Thai Lue traditional style.

 

Hor Wattanatham Nithat : the indigenous museum exhibiting ancient artifacts of Phayao.

You can visit historical sites, go cruising on Kwan Phayao, or absorb natural atmosphere in the forests and waterfalls.

Local food are easily found in the restaurants and markets.

Souvenirs, processed food, and local products are available in the shops in the city.