209 Moo 1, Baan Boloung Boklua Tai, Boklua, Nan 55220
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Bo Klua View Resort, the one to choose as a rural lifestyle in a part of Nan province. This small resort is literally a breath of fresh air in the quite pace and rhythm of typical village days. The only one quality, private accommodation in the Doi Phu Kha National Park area and all staff are from the local hill tribes.
11 simple bungalows are set among the rice field to provide a privacy with a wonderful breeze. Easily way to access into Nan through Bo Klua. We offer airport pick up as well, on request. Taking car and an overnight bus from Mor chit terminalin Bangkok to Nan or Pua. The easiest way is passing under a pedestrian bridge as you came down off the mountain into the Mang River Valley, Bo Klua View is 100 yards further on.
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Making this remote part of Nan Province more accessible for visitors is Bo Klua View, nestled in the foothills of Doi Phu Kha. This small resort is literally a breath of fresh air - it is around 700 metres above sea level - in an increasingly travel weary world.
Overlooking the Mang River and the ancient salt well village of Bo Luang, the resort has been designed to blend with nature.
Eleven simple, yet stylish bungalows are set around a terraced rice field and are fringed by National Park. All have been sited to offer privacy and to make the most of the views, over the Mang River, or to the nearby mountains of the Thai/Laos border.
The bungalows are air conditioned (it is seldom needed) and feature large verandahs to catch the breezes
FACILITIES AND SERVICES
Our restaurant offers calming views over the Mang River and rice
fields. Sample delicious Thai or Western dishes, or ask for some local jungle specialties - fricassee of tadpoles, stir fried beetles;
steamed or our seasonal deep fried bamboo worms (better than French fries and full of protein)! The restaurant serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. Given our remote location, wine lovers are encouraged to bring their own, but we do have a small selection available.