Loei is a province where you can find most of Thailand’s highest mountains. The mountains of Loei are covered in fog and snows throughout the year, offering a satiating experience, and scenery that is utterly unique to it. The province is located at the intersection of northern and north eastern cultures, and so it presents to its visitors, a cultural experience as well.
Loei is known for the lush green parks located here. There are three parks in total, that are a must see for any tourist who feels the need to be inspired being surrounded by the beautiful flowers and foliage on display here. There is Phu Kra Dueng National Park, Phu
Ruea National Park, and Phu Suan Si national park, to feast your eyes upon.
You can also visit Loei cultural centre, which is a two-storey building and exhibits Loei’s Culture, Religion and way of life.
There are a lot of other worth seeing destinations located in the province, like the Phu Luang Wildlife Sanctuary, Phu Khawaei Ngoen Buddha’s footprint which features a 120 centimetres long and 65 centimetres wide footprint enshrined on a whetstone, and others.
The Provincial slogan beautifully sums up what Loei in its entirety has to offer stating “City of the sea of mountains, coldest place in Siam, with beautiful flowers of three seasons.”