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Pai



 


What :

Once a quiet and remote village just a stone’s throw from the border of Myanmar, the village of Pai in Northern Thailand’s Mae Hong Son Province has boomed in recent years after being connected to the other northern provinces with a modern highway.

Mae Hong Son Province is Thailand’s least populated area, and nearly half the residents in the province belong to one of the many hill tribes that reside in the Golden Triangle Region, which spans the borderlands and beyond of Thailand, Myanmar, and Laos.

Located in a gorgeous and often misty valley, the growing town of Pai strikes a balance between quaint country life and modern accommodations. Guests on luxury tours of Thailand can find a host of activities here including elephant treks into the surrounding mountains, rafting and tubing trips down the Pai River, and relaxation at the excellent Tha Pai Hot Springs.

Around town Wat Phra That Mae Yen and Wat Nam Hoo are popular stops with good views of the town and surrounding countryside. Nam Tok Mo Paeng Falls has several pools with excellent swimming, and other falls like Nam Pembok and Nam Tok Mae Yen can be reached easily by bicycle.


When :

The best weather in Northern Thailand runs from November through January. The rainfall June through October causes the fields and mountain forests to bloom splendidly, and the plethora of waterfalls in the area are particularly beautiful this time of year.

While the temperatures from March through May are warm, the area is much cooler during the summer than provinces further south.


Where :

The city of Pai is located in Mae Hong Son Province in Northern Thailand. About 50 miles from Chiang Mai City, the best way to reach Pai is by private vehicle using the modern roads constructed over the last decade.


Who :

Offering a perfect blend of rural serenity and contemporary luxury, Pai is a dream destination for travelers on tours of Thailand seeking a quiet escape into the mountains of Northern Thailand.


Appropriate Attire :

Dress for a hike or a swim depending on your day plans, but remember to dress appropriately by covering your shoulders, arms, and knees if you plan to visit the temples in the area.


Guest Reviews :

 
 

Bruce Goldman -  November 2013

Having a kind aversion toward travel companies, because of my own ability to develop an original itinerary, I was pleasantly surprised at the level of ease and convenience this company provided.

My wife and I decided on a whim to get married and honeymoon in Thailand (since that was her number one destination spot). Not being familiar with that part of the world, and having already run the gamut of a 200 person wedding party, it was in our best interest to hire an experienced company to make our lives just a little bit easier for the honeymoon. Best decision ever.

We reworked the itinerary with the specialist two or three times and probably drove her nuts. Still, they were extremely patient and found us the best deal to suit our needs.

Daily activities planned for us included excursions to important sites such as the Tiger Temple, river boat tours through the canals and authentic spicy thai indulgences (J woop, my favorite!).

So, if you're looking for extra value added to a travelling experience, I would definitely recommend hiring Easy Yours. They know what they're doing.'

 
 

 


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