Phayao Tourist Attractions :
| Phayao Province, with its captivating array of mountains, serene valleys and pristine natural beauty, is a fascinating tourist destination. This place is famous for hand-made cotton and baskets woven using water hyacinth. The fascinating cultural heritage and religious sites of this region enthrall the tourists More...
Kwan Phayao Lake :
Covering an area of 2.3 square kilometers and located at an altitude of 380 meters above sea level, Kwan Phayao is one of the largest artificial lakes in entire Northern Thailand.
In fact, this lake is the largest fresh water habitat in the upper northern part of Thailand that provides livelihood for local people of the region. Situated on the southeastern banks of this lake is the beautiful and bustling town of Phayao.
Majority of the water coming into the Kwan Phayao is from the Nam Mae Ing. However, a smaller percentage of water also comes from the Mae Tam. Interestingly, Nam Mae Ing empties itself on the northern side and Mae Tam fills up at the southern end. More....
Doi Phu Nang National Park :
Situated in the northern part of Thailand, the beautiful province of Phayao is border by Nan, Phrae, Lampang and Chiang Rai provinces. On the north-east side, it shares borders with Xiagnabouli province of Laos.
Phayao can be truly considered as one of the most interesting tourist destinations in Thailand containing innumerable number of tourist attractions. One such attraction is the Doi Phu Nang National Park.
Spread over an area of 512 square kilometers, Doi Phu Nang National Park covers the districts of Dok Kamtai, Pong and Chiang-muan in Phayao province. More...
Doi Luang National Park :
Doi Luang National Park is considered to be one of the largest parks in the northern part of Thailand. The reserve was established in 1990 after 4 parks were combined. The four parks were Champa Thong Waterfall Park, Bha Gred Naak Waterfall Park, Pu Gaeng Waterfall Park and Wang Gaew Waterfall Park. Today, Doi Luang National Park is spread over an area of 1,170 square kilometers. More...