Category: Loei

Teak Wood Town – Chiang Khan in Loei Province

Teak Wood Town – Chiang Khan in Loei Province

If you’re the type of tourist who likes to visit places in Thailand that have a touch of authenticity and culture, then Chiang Khan on the banks of the Mekong River in Loei Province is as near to Shangri-La as one might find. It’s not a mythical place, but its...

Pollen Snorting in Loei and Phu Rua, Christmas 2013

Pollen Snorting in Loei and Phu Rua, Christmas 2013

Phu Rua in Loei Province is a botanist’s dream in December. For any lover of flowers the small town and mountainous surround of Phu Rua has a parallel to a Buddhist cocaine addict being reborn as a Columbian nightclub toilet cleaner. In Phu Rua a horticulturist can snort the fragrance...

Loei Hotels – Muanmanee Boutique Hotel

Loei Hotels – Muanmanee Boutique Hotel

Anyone searching Loei hotels for a reasonably priced room in the city centre should consider a stay at the Muanmanee Boutique Hotel. It’s ideally placed, brand spanking new, has five-star staff service and weighs in at around 690 baht (US$24) for a standard room. The hotel’s reception and lobby area...

Phi Ta Khon and Loei International Mask Exhibition 2555

Phi Ta Khon and Loei International Mask Exhibition 2555

Loei Province in Northeast Thailand is well-known for its mountainous terrain and cold winter mornings. Loei has a climate perfect for growing beautiful flowers and its misty sunshine weather is one reason why the province is recognized as one of Thailand’s best wine-making regions. Loei also has a history of...

Loei and Phu Rua Once Again Part Two

Loei and Phu Rua Once Again Part Two

On day two of our trip to Loei, we had an early breakfast and then set off for Phu Rua and its annual flower festival. As things turned out, we had missed the festival by one day. Still, Phu Rua is one of Thailand’s most fertile regions, and its beautiful...

On the Road to Loei and Phu Rua Once Again

On the Road to Loei and Phu Rua Once Again

  Our New Year two-day trip to Loei and Phu Rua was the fourth time we had visited the beautiful and scenic mountainous region of northeastern Thailand. Our 250 kilometre journey from Udon Thani to Loei for its most part hugged and kissed the Mekong River as we passed through...

Does It Ever Get Cold in Thailand?

If you visit Southern Thailand, then the answer to the post question ‘Does It Ever Get Cold in Thailand’ is probably not too much. The exception being, some regions do get cold during Thailand’s winter months. The further you travel northwards, the fresher and colder Thailand’s winter months become. Between...

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