Nan province, located in northern Thailand, possesses several unique characteristics that make it a potential candidate for inclusion in the Creative City Network.
In the past, human beings lived by cultivation. Wherever people are, they are bound to the waters there. Likewise, the people of Nan are still strongly attached to the Nan River as the lifeblood of a whole city.
'Weaving' Local Wisdom, a hobby in leisure time from agriculture of Sao Luang villagers
Silverware making is the process of crafting utensils and other household items made from silver or silver-plated materials. It involves a variety of techniques such as casting, forging, and polishing to create beautiful and functional objects.
The terrain is mountainous with a creek flowing through Ban Tam is therefore rich in bamboo forests, Born into a heritage of wickerwork that has been passed down from generation to generation.
Takong fabric, a fabric that has been passed down from generation to generation
Kom Matao (Kom Matao), cultural heritage of the Nan people Made to offer as an offering to the Buddha and enhance the prosperity.
The Earthenware Is a tool that has a relationship associated with the way of life of the Lanna people intimately for a long time Because pottery is an educational tool for history,