Nan Valley Resort

Address: 229 Moo 4, T. Phasing, A. Muang, Nan, 55000, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 229 Moo 4, T. Phasing, A. Muang, Nan.
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        2.50 of 5 stars Fair

        Travel Blogs from Nan

        Day-5 Nan Province

        A travel blog entry by reza.27 on Dec 14, 2014

        86 photos

        ... town itself. We found a popular desert stalls while walking at night and really enjoyed ourselves. It was interesting to see that they have common deserts as us like the bubur pulut hitam, bubur cha-cha etc.

        The temperature at night was cold around 16 deg celcius. We realised as we travelled northwards and also higher up in the mountains, the temperature tends to be cold especially at night. This is the best season to visit Northern Thailand.

        Teacher Win Moments

        A travel blog entry by tholloway92 on Jun 05, 2013

        5 photos

        ... English.

        2. My students are playing a race-to-the-board game. They get so focused and into the game (a big win for my 3/8s who are a very low level class and are hardly ever tuned in) that one of them actually goes through the drywall under the chalkboard as he fights to get his answer in first. Unhurt, he pops up and asks if he can go again since he didn't win that round.

        3. A girl comes up to me at the end of class with lyrics to her ...

        First Day in Nan

        A travel blog entry by tholloway92 on May 11, 2013

        ... big, steep steps. No kitchen. But I do have air conditioning and WiFi, which are both huge! I have a nice big room and queen bed, but need a few shelves and a pillow topper, bad - the mattress is an absolute rock. Truly, never even felt one this hard. The neighbor showed up to take Liza to the hospital and I tagged along. We also did laundry (just pulled up to four machines on the side of the road, dropped our clothes in and left. Came ...

        We Love Nan

        A travel blog entry by eloiseboyce on Nov 26, 2010

        3 photos

        ... They recommended us a great restaurant for Thai fish and we had a superb meal for next to no money - best fish cakes ever! We pretty much just chilled out here - although we found some more bikes for hire and cycled out to Tham Pha Tup Forest park. The caves here are supposed to have impressive stalactites and stalagmites. We weren't massively impressed but had a good wander round and made the most of it seeing as it took us about an hour in ...


        A travel blog entry by hannah_davies on Feb 16, 2009

        Fun weekend, went on a trip to Nan province in the North with some of the teachers, Nan itself turned out to be lovely but the journey to get there was hell, complete hell. The trip takes about 7 hours but because we stopped every two it took longer. Me and Roz ended up in the back seats of the mini bus a very bad idea. Thai roads are not good - full of pot holes, bumps and other imperfections that caused me to bounce every time we drove over one...usually right ...