There isn’t certain history that can exactly tell how the province was established. However, there are many evidences from other towns that mention Phrae in the past. For an example, the legend of Wat Luang says, Phayapol, the grandson of Nan Chao king, evacuated some Thai people from Chiangsaen, Chaiburi, and Wiangkham to Yom River, which is the main river of Phrae.
Nowadays, Phrae consists of 8 counties and 78 districts. There are interesting tourist attractions in them all. Even in the heart of the province, there are still many. It can be a good holiday for your family. There are many types of tourist attractions for you to go, starting from temples to museums, and these don’t include many lovely local markets that you can buy some groceries and food to eat.
Mostly, tourist attractions in Phrae are natural. Even temples are still surronded with mountains and trees. If you wish to take your family and escape busy days for a while, this province should make you guys feel better. You can relax yourself in the middle of greenery. It’s just perfect for people who wish for a leisure holiday or any family that want to take their children to learn about the past.
Attraction Temples in Phrae
Other Attractions in Phrae
Phrae can be visited during any seasons you like. For your information, summer starts from February to May. Rainy season starts from May to October. Cold season starts from October to February. You just have to design your trip and talk to your family about what you guys want to do or where to go. Then manage to travel during a proper season.