Ta Wang Pha : In this county of Nan, there are 5 villages of Tai Lu People who evacuated from Muang La, consisting of Ban Nhong Bua, Ban Don Kaew, Ban Ton Hang, Ban Don Moon, and Ban Hae. There are other 5 villages of Tai Lu People who evacuated from Chiang Lab and Muang Yong, consisting of Ban Lom Klang, Ban Tung Khong, Ban Chiang Yuen, Ban Siao, Ban Nhong Chang Daeng. There are also other 5 villages of Tai Lu People who evacuated from Muang Yong and Muang Yoo, consisting of Ban Thon, Thon Song, Ban Yoo, Ban Yoo Nua, Ban Yoo Tai.
Pua : Most of Tai Lu People in Nan Province live this this county. Their villages consist of Ban Don Chai, Ban Tung Rattana(both evacuated from Muang Yong), Ban Pa Tong, Ban Na Kham, Ban Tun Sri Boon Yuen(all evacuated from Muang Len), Ban Don Chai, Ban Fai, Ban Hua Nam, Ban Teen Tok, Ban Hia, Ban Hua Doi(all from Chiangroong, Muang Len, Muang Yong, Muang Ngoen, and Muang Puan), Ban Ket, Ban Rong Ngae, Ban Don Kaew, Ban Mon(all from Muang Lin and Muang Yong of Myanmar), Ban Khon, Ban Pa Lan(all from Muang Khon, Muang Yong, and Muang Puan), Ban Don Kaew(from Muang Yong and Muang Puan), Ban Prang(from Muang Yong), Ban Na Pan, Ban Santisuk(both from Muang Yong, Chiang Lab, Muang La, Muang Ngoen). In fact, there are still many more villages, at least about 20 villages, inhabited by Tai Lu People.
Other counties are Chiang Klang, Dong Kwae, and Tung Chang.
So, if you’re in Thailand, be sure to travel to Nan and visit any of these village, in order to learn how they live. With that, you will have a valuable knowledge to give to your children and grandchildren.