Ban Tung Hong ‘Dress in Mo-Hom costumes with your friends!’
Planning for a long vacation? Then why don’t you let this following one be a part of your program?
They have been saying, being in a natural or a traditonal place can make you feel relaxed. You will have more time with yourself or, at least, your good friends. You guys can spend a great time together under a great atmosphere.
Therefore, let’s give yourself and your friends a chance. Let’s visit Ban Tung Hong. Let it be a good memory of your vacation.
Ban Tung Hong is a must-go place of Phrae Province. Why? Because, in Phrae, Mo-Hom fabric is a very famous local intellect and there are plenty of Mo-Hom fabric products at Ban Tung Hong. Yes. There are shops selling costumes, bags, and lots more that made of Mo-Hom fabric. Mo-Hom may even be considered as the logo of the province.
Ban Tung Hong village is one of the top 3 Mo-Hom producers in Phrae, starting from Ban Phra Luang, Ban Wiang Tong, and then Ban Tung Hong.
It’s very nice to go with your friends, no matter what genders your friends are. This place is very valuable, in a perspective of mind and education. In a perspective of mind, you and your gang can take a rest from your hard works and spend some time for chatting together. In a perspective of education, you will learn the history of Mo-Hom by taking to a seller. You will know how beautiful the fabric is.
You and your friends will want to buy some and take them home as souvenirs. Or, for better experience, you may find a room to change to your newly-bought costumes and then take group photos with your friends. That will be nice. A group of friends dressing in Mo-Hom costumes and take photos at the hometown of Mo-Hom together.
How to get there
It’s very easy to get to Baan Tung Hong, as it’s in Phrae downtown. Just follow the Highway No.101. After you get to Yantrakitkosol Road, just resume driving for another 5 kilometres.
This temple is only about 3.86 kilometres away from Ban Tung Hong. The best thing of this places it, it’s a Burmese-style temple. That’s very gorgeous. You will learn about Burmese architectures and track the history of the place.
This museum house is about 6.10 kilometres away from Ban Tung Hong. This was once used as a filming location for the Thai TV series ‘Roi Mai’. Go and feast your eyes with the place. You will see how gorgeous the Thai-contemporary house is. Walk around and take a lot of photos.