Address: 119-121 Anantavorarittidet Rd., T. Naiwiang, Nan, 55000, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 119-121 Anantavorarittidet Rd., T. Naiwiang, Nan.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Sukkasem Nan

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

    Travel Blogs from Nan

    Nan Dec 17-18

    A travel blog entry by gandntrips on Dec 17, 2013

    ... palms, banana trees, rice, sugar, papaya and corn. Corn is planted and harvested by hand in the hills by broadcasting seed over cleared hillsides. The harvested ears are collected into feed sacks, then emptied into wooden cribs for drying. In other areas of Thailand more conventional methods are employed and corn is brought to market fresh. Roasted corn-on-the-cob is a popular street food. Corn is not native to Asia, so I don't know how long it's been ...

    Wrapping Up the First Semester

    A travel blog entry by tholloway92 on Sep 09, 2013

    4 photos

    ... one of my favorites. I looked forward to that class every week. * 3/4 - The boys who have been habitually late every. single. week. were on time, front and center. So they didn't get it all semester, but with one last chance to prove themselves, they came through. * Sunny rain on Monday. Somehow two of the best weathers combined Monday afternoon. And it was gorgeous. "Education is the most powerful weapon you can use to change the world " -Nelson ...

    First Day of Class

    A travel blog entry by tholloway92 on May 14, 2013

    3 photos

    ... Yup, gonna be a good year. I finished my four classes for the day and went back to my desk to do some lesson planning for the next few days. When I asked for a textbook, curriculum, general end of term assessment, anything to guide me through planning, I was informed that nothing of that matter existed. Awesome. So after I took a few deep breaths, I shot off some desperate pleading emails to some of the brightest teachers I know back in the States ...

    Friendly Nan

    A travel blog entry by julie_sam42 on May 31, 2012

    1 comment, 20 photos

    ... chaque fois on est resté au moins 15 minutes. Nous étions surpris que la Thaïlande soit vraiment pas chère, encore moins que le Laos et surtout la Chine. Beaucoup plus de gens parlent anglais aussi.

    Nan est connue pour avoir énormément de temples, des dizaines, et le lendemain nous nous sommes promenés dans la ville pour en visiter quelques-uns. Les temples étaient vraiment beaux, avec des mosaïques lumineuses à l’extérieur et des pelouses à ...

    Gettin Mao in Lao!

    A travel blog entry by the-hayes on Apr 11, 2011

    1 comment

    ... soup contains every piece of meat of an animal still stuck to the bone along with some boiled vegies.
    The theme of the holiday is water and often you will get drenched by partygoer and your face painted with talcum powder. During other days you can visit the nearby temples and partake in throwing water at the sculptures all over the place. Oh and of course getting drenched by a passer by weilding a bucket. All in all I am glad that we celibrated songkran here, ...