THAILAND’S MOUNTAINOUS GEM
Pai sits in a valley on the banks of the Pai River, about 146 kilometers’ northwest of Chiang Mai. It was once a small market village inhabited by ethnic Tai people from Shan state whose culture is influenced by Myanmar. Primarily thriving on tourism, the town is full of affordable guesthouses and souvenir shops. Currently, a huge number of overseas visitors still enjoy the laid-back ambiance Pai has to offer, with most of them extending their travels from Chiang Mai to indulge themselves in the foggy morning
City of Three Mists
Mae Hong Son province a surrounded by high mountains with cool temperature all seasons, and linger their socializing as the pulse of Pai starts beating faster when its renowned nightlife gets uncovered after twilight. Dip in the hot spring of Tha Pai and get soaked with the peaceful moment of the misty Mae Hong Son in summer, you may prefer to it.
A Slow Life Destination
Pai can leave visitors spellbound, care-free and lost in time. Known for its leisurely atmosphere suitable for young and seasoned travelers who want to get away from a bustling schedule and indulge themselves in the slow living ideology. This lovely small town can be visited all year round, with the cold season being the most popular and crowded time from November to February. An earlier visit from late August, which is in the middle of the green season, is acceptable as well since the rice paddies often reveal their brightest shade of green while natural surroundings offer something different from the peak season.
A Unique Experience
Spending a peaceful night in the middle of nature at the border Village of Ban Rak Thai, home to Yunnan people, is definitely worthwhile. Leisurely strolling the tea plantation, picking up tea buds, enjoying Yunnan CUISINE and spending your days among a stunning view and summery tranquility.
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