Ban Pak Nai Fisherman Village

   
Nan
(4)
Recommended duration : 1 hr 30 min

Opening Hours

- Open Daily : 07.00 - 18.00.


Description

- Pak Nai was originally a village by the Nan River. After the construction of the Sirikit Dam, the village became a part of the water reservoir above the dam with characteristics similar to a large lake surrounded by green mountain ranges.

- The locals of Pak Nai village are fishermen. There are also restaurants on rafts providing fish from the dam to be tasted such as Pla Kot - catfish, Pla Bu - gobies, Pla Khang - Giant Catfish, Pla Raet - giant gourami, Pla Thapthim - Thai Red Tilapia, etc.

- Some rafts also provide accommodation for tourists.

- From Ban Pak Nai, visitors can rent a boat to travel along the Nan River to the Sirikit Dam and admire the scenery of beautiful mountainous forests, islets, and fisherman’s raft houses.

- Out of the rainy season, there will be a pulled-raft service to Wat Pak Nai, where visitors can enjoy their meal on board. The trip takes approximately 2 hours. Moreover, there is a ferry service to Nam Pat District, Uttaradit province.

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Ban Pak Nai Fisherman Village
Nan
(4)
   
Recommended duration : 1 hr 30 min
Start : $ 0.00
Opening Hours

- Open Daily : 07.00 - 18.00.

Description

- Pak Nai was originally a village by the Nan River. After the construction of the Sirikit Dam, the village became a part of the water reservoir above the dam with characteristics similar to a large lake surrounded by green mountain ranges.

- The locals of Pak Nai village are fishermen. There are also restaurants on rafts providing fish from the dam to be tasted such as Pla Kot - catfish, Pla Bu - gobies, Pla Khang - Giant Catfish, Pla Raet - giant gourami, Pla Thapthim - Thai Red Tilapia, etc.

- Some rafts also provide accommodation for tourists.

- From Ban Pak Nai, visitors can rent a boat to travel along the Nan River to the Sirikit Dam and admire the scenery of beautiful mountainous forests, islets, and fisherman’s raft houses.

- Out of the rainy season, there will be a pulled-raft service to Wat Pak Nai, where visitors can enjoy their meal on board. The trip takes approximately 2 hours. Moreover, there is a ferry service to Nam Pat District, Uttaradit province.

Credit : https://thailandtourismdirectory.go.th/th/info/attraction/detail/itemid/427

http://nantourism.go.th/travel-detail.php?id=55

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