景觀和景點
Destination
About Phrae

An ancient city of Lanna, Phrae does not only have plentiful natural attractions to offer but also long fascinating civilization and cultural heritage. This is another province you can visit anytime of the year.

The province consists of eight Amphoes, which are Mueang Phrae, Rong Kwang, Long, Sung Men, Den Chai, Song, Wang Chin, and Nong Muang Khai.

Tags

How to go

Bangkok – Phrae and Bangkok – Phrae – Song buses, both air-conditioned and non-air-conditioned, are offered at the Mo Chit Bus Terminal (Northeastern Line) every day.

Online ticket booking is also available on www.busticket.in.th, www.thaiticketmajor.com, and www.thairoute.com.

Trains pass Phrae Province at Amphoe Den Chai, which is 20 kilometer away from the city. There are also trains from Amphoe Den Chai to other provinces and vice versa.

Online ticket booking (e-TSRT) is also available on https://www.thairailwayticket.com/eTSRT/.

 

There is a Bangkok – Phrae flight by Nok Air from Don Mueang Airport at 10.30 am and a Phrae – Bangkok flight at 12.15 pm every day. The flight takes one hour and 20 minutes. For more information, call 1318 or visit http://www.nokair.com.  

insight Insight
general General Info.

An ancient city of Lanna, Phrae does not only have plentiful natural attractions to offer but also long fascinating civilization and cultural heritage. This is another province you can visit anytime of the year.

The province consists of eight Amphoes, which are Mueang Phrae, Rong Kwang, Long, Sung Men, Den Chai, Song, Wang Chin, and Nong Muang Khai.


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. Phrae contains one of the largest reserves of teak forests in the country and is located on the banks of the Yom River, 555 kilometers north of Bangkok

Like Chiang Mai, Phrae retained its fortified old city, while the new city grew around it. While the new city is charming enough, the old one contains sleepy alleyway lined with teak houses that are outstanding examples of traditional Thai architecture and a number of beautiful temples. Many of these immense teak mansions were constructed by European traders who were engaged in the teak trade back in the 19th century.

In the surrounding province, there are several national parks, some remote hill tribe villages, and a number of stands of teak, which are now widely protected from loggers.


Phrae is a province steeped in legend and that’s no surprise as the city was founded around the same time as the Lanna and Sukhothai Kingdoms nearly 800 years ago. Renowned for its vast teak forests, Phrae features a number of colonial style teak homes and mountainous forests including three national parks. There are a number of hill tribe communities in the countryside as well as villages where traditional handicrafts are produced. Those looking to expand their knowledge of the local culture can even spend some time at the local folklore museum or explore the quiet alleyways of the city’s old town, where many old and beautiful temples and teak mansions can be found.

Apart from medium-end hotels and resorts, there are also guesthouses provided for visitors

in national parks. You can try camping in Doi Pha Klong National Park, Wiang Ko Sai National Park, and Mae Yom National Park as well!

Wat Phra That Cho Hae, the sacred ancient temple of Phrae.

The Replica of Phra That Inn Kwaen.

Wat Phra That Doi Leng on a high mountain which overlooks Phrae’s city.
Wat Phra That Suthon Mongkhon Kiri, which represents the applied Lanna art.

Phae Mueang Phi Forest Park, a park with oddly shaped rock formations.

Tham Pha Nang Khoi, a cave in a limestone mountain with spectacular stalactites and stalagmites.

Khum Chao Luang Mueang Phrae, a mix of Thai and European architectural styles.

Wat Phong Sunan, which is famous for a giant golden reclining Buddha statue.

Khum Wong Buri or Wong Buri House, a pink wooden Thai-European style building with gingerbread carving designs.

 

Phrae has various historical and cultural tourist attractions to offer. You can visit temples and pay homage to Phra That, learn the making of local art and native crafts such as Mohom fabric (Thai indigo fabric) and Teen Jok fabric (local woven textile), enjoy the beauty of national parks, caves, and nature trails, participate in bird watching, or go rafting in Kaeng Sua Ten Dam.  

There are many restaurants in the city of Phrae and tourist hotspots, both local foods and modern foods.

Don’t forget to shop for OTOP goods of Phrae such as handicrafts and processed agricultural products. 

transport Transportation

An ancient city of Lanna, Phrae does not only have plentiful natural attractions to offer but also long fascinating civilization and cultural heritage. This is another province you can visit anytime of the year.

The province consists of eight Amphoes, which are Mueang Phrae, Rong Kwang, Long, Sung Men, Den Chai, Song, Wang Chin, and Nong Muang Khai.


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. Phrae contains one of the largest reserves of teak forests in the country and is located on the banks of the Yom River, 555 kilometers north of Bangkok

Like Chiang Mai, Phrae retained its fortified old city, while the new city grew around it. While the new city is charming enough, the old one contains sleepy alleyway lined with teak houses that are outstanding examples of traditional Thai architecture and a number of beautiful temples. Many of these immense teak mansions were constructed by European traders who were engaged in the teak trade back in the 19th century.

In the surrounding province, there are several national parks, some remote hill tribe villages, and a number of stands of teak, which are now widely protected from loggers.


Phrae is a province steeped in legend and that’s no surprise as the city was founded around the same time as the Lanna and Sukhothai Kingdoms nearly 800 years ago. Renowned for its vast teak forests, Phrae features a number of colonial style teak homes and mountainous forests including three national parks. There are a number of hill tribe communities in the countryside as well as villages where traditional handicrafts are produced. Those looking to expand their knowledge of the local culture can even spend some time at the local folklore museum or explore the quiet alleyways of the city’s old town, where many old and beautiful temples and teak mansions can be found.

Apart from medium-end hotels and resorts, there are also guesthouses provided for visitors

in national parks. You can try camping in Doi Pha Klong National Park, Wiang Ko Sai National Park, and Mae Yom National Park as well!

Wat Phra That Cho Hae, the sacred ancient temple of Phrae.

The Replica of Phra That Inn Kwaen.

Wat Phra That Doi Leng on a high mountain which overlooks Phrae’s city.
Wat Phra That Suthon Mongkhon Kiri, which represents the applied Lanna art.

Phae Mueang Phi Forest Park, a park with oddly shaped rock formations.

Tham Pha Nang Khoi, a cave in a limestone mountain with spectacular stalactites and stalagmites.

Khum Chao Luang Mueang Phrae, a mix of Thai and European architectural styles.

Wat Phong Sunan, which is famous for a giant golden reclining Buddha statue.

Khum Wong Buri or Wong Buri House, a pink wooden Thai-European style building with gingerbread carving designs.

 

Phrae has various historical and cultural tourist attractions to offer. You can visit temples and pay homage to Phra That, learn the making of local art and native crafts such as Mohom fabric (Thai indigo fabric) and Teen Jok fabric (local woven textile), enjoy the beauty of national parks, caves, and nature trails, participate in bird watching, or go rafting in Kaeng Sua Ten Dam.  

There are many restaurants in the city of Phrae and tourist hotspots, both local foods and modern foods.

Don’t forget to shop for OTOP goods of Phrae such as handicrafts and processed agricultural products. 

accommodation 住所

An ancient city of Lanna, Phrae does not only have plentiful natural attractions to offer but also long fascinating civilization and cultural heritage. This is another province you can visit anytime of the year.

The province consists of eight Amphoes, which are Mueang Phrae, Rong Kwang, Long, Sung Men, Den Chai, Song, Wang Chin, and Nong Muang Khai.


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. Phrae contains one of the largest reserves of teak forests in the country and is located on the banks of the Yom River, 555 kilometers north of Bangkok

Like Chiang Mai, Phrae retained its fortified old city, while the new city grew around it. While the new city is charming enough, the old one contains sleepy alleyway lined with teak houses that are outstanding examples of traditional Thai architecture and a number of beautiful temples. Many of these immense teak mansions were constructed by European traders who were engaged in the teak trade back in the 19th century.

In the surrounding province, there are several national parks, some remote hill tribe villages, and a number of stands of teak, which are now widely protected from loggers.


Phrae is a province steeped in legend and that’s no surprise as the city was founded around the same time as the Lanna and Sukhothai Kingdoms nearly 800 years ago. Renowned for its vast teak forests, Phrae features a number of colonial style teak homes and mountainous forests including three national parks. There are a number of hill tribe communities in the countryside as well as villages where traditional handicrafts are produced. Those looking to expand their knowledge of the local culture can even spend some time at the local folklore museum or explore the quiet alleyways of the city’s old town, where many old and beautiful temples and teak mansions can be found.

Apart from medium-end hotels and resorts, there are also guesthouses provided for visitors

in national parks. You can try camping in Doi Pha Klong National Park, Wiang Ko Sai National Park, and Mae Yom National Park as well!

Wat Phra That Cho Hae, the sacred ancient temple of Phrae.

The Replica of Phra That Inn Kwaen.

Wat Phra That Doi Leng on a high mountain which overlooks Phrae’s city.
Wat Phra That Suthon Mongkhon Kiri, which represents the applied Lanna art.

Phae Mueang Phi Forest Park, a park with oddly shaped rock formations.

Tham Pha Nang Khoi, a cave in a limestone mountain with spectacular stalactites and stalagmites.

Khum Chao Luang Mueang Phrae, a mix of Thai and European architectural styles.

Wat Phong Sunan, which is famous for a giant golden reclining Buddha statue.

Khum Wong Buri or Wong Buri House, a pink wooden Thai-European style building with gingerbread carving designs.

 

Phrae has various historical and cultural tourist attractions to offer. You can visit temples and pay homage to Phra That, learn the making of local art and native crafts such as Mohom fabric (Thai indigo fabric) and Teen Jok fabric (local woven textile), enjoy the beauty of national parks, caves, and nature trails, participate in bird watching, or go rafting in Kaeng Sua Ten Dam.  

There are many restaurants in the city of Phrae and tourist hotspots, both local foods and modern foods.

Don’t forget to shop for OTOP goods of Phrae such as handicrafts and processed agricultural products. 

An ancient city of Lanna, Phrae does not only have plentiful natural attractions to offer but also long fascinating civilization and cultural heritage. This is another province you can visit anytime of the year.

The province consists of eight Amphoes, which are Mueang Phrae, Rong Kwang, Long, Sung Men, Den Chai, Song, Wang Chin, and Nong Muang Khai.


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. Phrae contains one of the largest reserves of teak forests in the country and is located on the banks of the Yom River, 555 kilometers north of Bangkok

Like Chiang Mai, Phrae retained its fortified old city, while the new city grew around it. While the new city is charming enough, the old one contains sleepy alleyway lined with teak houses that are outstanding examples of traditional Thai architecture and a number of beautiful temples. Many of these immense teak mansions were constructed by European traders who were engaged in the teak trade back in the 19th century.

In the surrounding province, there are several national parks, some remote hill tribe villages, and a number of stands of teak, which are now widely protected from loggers.


Phrae is a province steeped in legend and that’s no surprise as the city was founded around the same time as the Lanna and Sukhothai Kingdoms nearly 800 years ago. Renowned for its vast teak forests, Phrae features a number of colonial style teak homes and mountainous forests including three national parks. There are a number of hill tribe communities in the countryside as well as villages where traditional handicrafts are produced. Those looking to expand their knowledge of the local culture can even spend some time at the local folklore museum or explore the quiet alleyways of the city’s old town, where many old and beautiful temples and teak mansions can be found.

Apart from medium-end hotels and resorts, there are also guesthouses provided for visitors

in national parks. You can try camping in Doi Pha Klong National Park, Wiang Ko Sai National Park, and Mae Yom National Park as well!

Wat Phra That Cho Hae, the sacred ancient temple of Phrae.

The Replica of Phra That Inn Kwaen.

Wat Phra That Doi Leng on a high mountain which overlooks Phrae’s city.
Wat Phra That Suthon Mongkhon Kiri, which represents the applied Lanna art.

Phae Mueang Phi Forest Park, a park with oddly shaped rock formations.

Tham Pha Nang Khoi, a cave in a limestone mountain with spectacular stalactites and stalagmites.

Khum Chao Luang Mueang Phrae, a mix of Thai and European architectural styles.

Wat Phong Sunan, which is famous for a giant golden reclining Buddha statue.

Khum Wong Buri or Wong Buri House, a pink wooden Thai-European style building with gingerbread carving designs.

 

Phrae has various historical and cultural tourist attractions to offer. You can visit temples and pay homage to Phra That, learn the making of local art and native crafts such as Mohom fabric (Thai indigo fabric) and Teen Jok fabric (local woven textile), enjoy the beauty of national parks, caves, and nature trails, participate in bird watching, or go rafting in Kaeng Sua Ten Dam.  

There are many restaurants in the city of Phrae and tourist hotspots, both local foods and modern foods.

Don’t forget to shop for OTOP goods of Phrae such as handicrafts and processed agricultural products. 

wheretogo 地區資訊

An ancient city of Lanna, Phrae does not only have plentiful natural attractions to offer but also long fascinating civilization and cultural heritage. This is another province you can visit anytime of the year.

The province consists of eight Amphoes, which are Mueang Phrae, Rong Kwang, Long, Sung Men, Den Chai, Song, Wang Chin, and Nong Muang Khai.


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. Phrae contains one of the largest reserves of teak forests in the country and is located on the banks of the Yom River, 555 kilometers north of Bangkok

Like Chiang Mai, Phrae retained its fortified old city, while the new city grew around it. While the new city is charming enough, the old one contains sleepy alleyway lined with teak houses that are outstanding examples of traditional Thai architecture and a number of beautiful temples. Many of these immense teak mansions were constructed by European traders who were engaged in the teak trade back in the 19th century.

In the surrounding province, there are several national parks, some remote hill tribe villages, and a number of stands of teak, which are now widely protected from loggers.


Phrae is a province steeped in legend and that’s no surprise as the city was founded around the same time as the Lanna and Sukhothai Kingdoms nearly 800 years ago. Renowned for its vast teak forests, Phrae features a number of colonial style teak homes and mountainous forests including three national parks. There are a number of hill tribe communities in the countryside as well as villages where traditional handicrafts are produced. Those looking to expand their knowledge of the local culture can even spend some time at the local folklore museum or explore the quiet alleyways of the city’s old town, where many old and beautiful temples and teak mansions can be found.

Apart from medium-end hotels and resorts, there are also guesthouses provided for visitors

in national parks. You can try camping in Doi Pha Klong National Park, Wiang Ko Sai National Park, and Mae Yom National Park as well!

Wat Phra That Cho Hae, the sacred ancient temple of Phrae.

The Replica of Phra That Inn Kwaen.

Wat Phra That Doi Leng on a high mountain which overlooks Phrae’s city.
Wat Phra That Suthon Mongkhon Kiri, which represents the applied Lanna art.

Phae Mueang Phi Forest Park, a park with oddly shaped rock formations.

Tham Pha Nang Khoi, a cave in a limestone mountain with spectacular stalactites and stalagmites.

Khum Chao Luang Mueang Phrae, a mix of Thai and European architectural styles.

Wat Phong Sunan, which is famous for a giant golden reclining Buddha statue.

Khum Wong Buri or Wong Buri House, a pink wooden Thai-European style building with gingerbread carving designs.

 

Phrae has various historical and cultural tourist attractions to offer. You can visit temples and pay homage to Phra That, learn the making of local art and native crafts such as Mohom fabric (Thai indigo fabric) and Teen Jok fabric (local woven textile), enjoy the beauty of national parks, caves, and nature trails, participate in bird watching, or go rafting in Kaeng Sua Ten Dam.  

There are many restaurants in the city of Phrae and tourist hotspots, both local foods and modern foods.

Don’t forget to shop for OTOP goods of Phrae such as handicrafts and processed agricultural products. 

thingstodo Things to do

An ancient city of Lanna, Phrae does not only have plentiful natural attractions to offer but also long fascinating civilization and cultural heritage. This is another province you can visit anytime of the year.

The province consists of eight Amphoes, which are Mueang Phrae, Rong Kwang, Long, Sung Men, Den Chai, Song, Wang Chin, and Nong Muang Khai.


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. Phrae contains one of the largest reserves of teak forests in the country and is located on the banks of the Yom River, 555 kilometers north of Bangkok

Like Chiang Mai, Phrae retained its fortified old city, while the new city grew around it. While the new city is charming enough, the old one contains sleepy alleyway lined with teak houses that are outstanding examples of traditional Thai architecture and a number of beautiful temples. Many of these immense teak mansions were constructed by European traders who were engaged in the teak trade back in the 19th century.

In the surrounding province, there are several national parks, some remote hill tribe villages, and a number of stands of teak, which are now widely protected from loggers.


Phrae is a province steeped in legend and that’s no surprise as the city was founded around the same time as the Lanna and Sukhothai Kingdoms nearly 800 years ago. Renowned for its vast teak forests, Phrae features a number of colonial style teak homes and mountainous forests including three national parks. There are a number of hill tribe communities in the countryside as well as villages where traditional handicrafts are produced. Those looking to expand their knowledge of the local culture can even spend some time at the local folklore museum or explore the quiet alleyways of the city’s old town, where many old and beautiful temples and teak mansions can be found.

Apart from medium-end hotels and resorts, there are also guesthouses provided for visitors

in national parks. You can try camping in Doi Pha Klong National Park, Wiang Ko Sai National Park, and Mae Yom National Park as well!

Wat Phra That Cho Hae, the sacred ancient temple of Phrae.

The Replica of Phra That Inn Kwaen.

Wat Phra That Doi Leng on a high mountain which overlooks Phrae’s city.
Wat Phra That Suthon Mongkhon Kiri, which represents the applied Lanna art.

Phae Mueang Phi Forest Park, a park with oddly shaped rock formations.

Tham Pha Nang Khoi, a cave in a limestone mountain with spectacular stalactites and stalagmites.

Khum Chao Luang Mueang Phrae, a mix of Thai and European architectural styles.

Wat Phong Sunan, which is famous for a giant golden reclining Buddha statue.

Khum Wong Buri or Wong Buri House, a pink wooden Thai-European style building with gingerbread carving designs.

 

Phrae has various historical and cultural tourist attractions to offer. You can visit temples and pay homage to Phra That, learn the making of local art and native crafts such as Mohom fabric (Thai indigo fabric) and Teen Jok fabric (local woven textile), enjoy the beauty of national parks, caves, and nature trails, participate in bird watching, or go rafting in Kaeng Sua Ten Dam.  

There are many restaurants in the city of Phrae and tourist hotspots, both local foods and modern foods.

Don’t forget to shop for OTOP goods of Phrae such as handicrafts and processed agricultural products. 

foodanddrink 飲食資訊

An ancient city of Lanna, Phrae does not only have plentiful natural attractions to offer but also long fascinating civilization and cultural heritage. This is another province you can visit anytime of the year.

The province consists of eight Amphoes, which are Mueang Phrae, Rong Kwang, Long, Sung Men, Den Chai, Song, Wang Chin, and Nong Muang Khai.


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. Phrae contains one of the largest reserves of teak forests in the country and is located on the banks of the Yom River, 555 kilometers north of Bangkok

Like Chiang Mai, Phrae retained its fortified old city, while the new city grew around it. While the new city is charming enough, the old one contains sleepy alleyway lined with teak houses that are outstanding examples of traditional Thai architecture and a number of beautiful temples. Many of these immense teak mansions were constructed by European traders who were engaged in the teak trade back in the 19th century.

In the surrounding province, there are several national parks, some remote hill tribe villages, and a number of stands of teak, which are now widely protected from loggers.


Phrae is a province steeped in legend and that’s no surprise as the city was founded around the same time as the Lanna and Sukhothai Kingdoms nearly 800 years ago. Renowned for its vast teak forests, Phrae features a number of colonial style teak homes and mountainous forests including three national parks. There are a number of hill tribe communities in the countryside as well as villages where traditional handicrafts are produced. Those looking to expand their knowledge of the local culture can even spend some time at the local folklore museum or explore the quiet alleyways of the city’s old town, where many old and beautiful temples and teak mansions can be found.

Apart from medium-end hotels and resorts, there are also guesthouses provided for visitors

in national parks. You can try camping in Doi Pha Klong National Park, Wiang Ko Sai National Park, and Mae Yom National Park as well!

Wat Phra That Cho Hae, the sacred ancient temple of Phrae.

The Replica of Phra That Inn Kwaen.

Wat Phra That Doi Leng on a high mountain which overlooks Phrae’s city.
Wat Phra That Suthon Mongkhon Kiri, which represents the applied Lanna art.

Phae Mueang Phi Forest Park, a park with oddly shaped rock formations.

Tham Pha Nang Khoi, a cave in a limestone mountain with spectacular stalactites and stalagmites.

Khum Chao Luang Mueang Phrae, a mix of Thai and European architectural styles.

Wat Phong Sunan, which is famous for a giant golden reclining Buddha statue.

Khum Wong Buri or Wong Buri House, a pink wooden Thai-European style building with gingerbread carving designs.

 

Phrae has various historical and cultural tourist attractions to offer. You can visit temples and pay homage to Phra That, learn the making of local art and native crafts such as Mohom fabric (Thai indigo fabric) and Teen Jok fabric (local woven textile), enjoy the beauty of national parks, caves, and nature trails, participate in bird watching, or go rafting in Kaeng Sua Ten Dam.  

There are many restaurants in the city of Phrae and tourist hotspots, both local foods and modern foods.

Don’t forget to shop for OTOP goods of Phrae such as handicrafts and processed agricultural products. 

shopping 購物資訊

An ancient city of Lanna, Phrae does not only have plentiful natural attractions to offer but also long fascinating civilization and cultural heritage. This is another province you can visit anytime of the year.

The province consists of eight Amphoes, which are Mueang Phrae, Rong Kwang, Long, Sung Men, Den Chai, Song, Wang Chin, and Nong Muang Khai.


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. Phrae contains one of the largest reserves of teak forests in the country and is located on the banks of the Yom River, 555 kilometers north of Bangkok

Like Chiang Mai, Phrae retained its fortified old city, while the new city grew around it. While the new city is charming enough, the old one contains sleepy alleyway lined with teak houses that are outstanding examples of traditional Thai architecture and a number of beautiful temples. Many of these immense teak mansions were constructed by European traders who were engaged in the teak trade back in the 19th century.

In the surrounding province, there are several national parks, some remote hill tribe villages, and a number of stands of teak, which are now widely protected from loggers.


Phrae is a province steeped in legend and that’s no surprise as the city was founded around the same time as the Lanna and Sukhothai Kingdoms nearly 800 years ago. Renowned for its vast teak forests, Phrae features a number of colonial style teak homes and mountainous forests including three national parks. There are a number of hill tribe communities in the countryside as well as villages where traditional handicrafts are produced. Those looking to expand their knowledge of the local culture can even spend some time at the local folklore museum or explore the quiet alleyways of the city’s old town, where many old and beautiful temples and teak mansions can be found.

Apart from medium-end hotels and resorts, there are also guesthouses provided for visitors

in national parks. You can try camping in Doi Pha Klong National Park, Wiang Ko Sai National Park, and Mae Yom National Park as well!

Wat Phra That Cho Hae, the sacred ancient temple of Phrae.

The Replica of Phra That Inn Kwaen.

Wat Phra That Doi Leng on a high mountain which overlooks Phrae’s city.
Wat Phra That Suthon Mongkhon Kiri, which represents the applied Lanna art.

Phae Mueang Phi Forest Park, a park with oddly shaped rock formations.

Tham Pha Nang Khoi, a cave in a limestone mountain with spectacular stalactites and stalagmites.

Khum Chao Luang Mueang Phrae, a mix of Thai and European architectural styles.

Wat Phong Sunan, which is famous for a giant golden reclining Buddha statue.

Khum Wong Buri or Wong Buri House, a pink wooden Thai-European style building with gingerbread carving designs.

 

Phrae has various historical and cultural tourist attractions to offer. You can visit temples and pay homage to Phra That, learn the making of local art and native crafts such as Mohom fabric (Thai indigo fabric) and Teen Jok fabric (local woven textile), enjoy the beauty of national parks, caves, and nature trails, participate in bird watching, or go rafting in Kaeng Sua Ten Dam.  

There are many restaurants in the city of Phrae and tourist hotspots, both local foods and modern foods.

Don’t forget to shop for OTOP goods of Phrae such as handicrafts and processed agricultural products.