One of the most famous attractions in the Ban Jabo Village is a humble noodles restaurant on a hanging terrace above an abyss, overlooking the spectacular local landscape. Many come here not just for the noodles, but to sit by the balcony’s edge, right above the abyss, when the marvelous scenery is spread in front of their eyes.
Simple, yet lovely spa where you can enjoy several types of treatments and masks in affordable prices
The water of Pla Suea Waterfall come from Sa Nga river in Myanmar, and the waterfall is the most beautiful and impressive in Mae Hong Son area. It has 6 levels and contains water all year long, but its peak is in the rainy season
Not only is this place beautiful, but also the road which gets you there – some 45 km from the city of Mae Hong Son, the route stretches away, delightful and pleasing
On the way between Tham Lod (Lod cave) and the city of Mae Hong Son, there is a magical, mystical, pastoral place called Wat Pa Tam Wua – Forest Monastery: a center for studies of Buddhism, spirituality and vipassana (Buddhist meditation).
Pang Oung “Switzerland of Thailand” is a spectacular, beautiful area, some 40 km away from the city of Mae Hong Son, very close to the authentic Chinese village Ban Rak Thai. This is one of the hidden treasures of Mae Hong Son province
The bamboo bridge is a few hundreds of meters long. It connects Ban Kung Mai Sak village to Wat Tham Pu Sama temple, which is located on a hill, some 500 meters from the village and beyond the stream.
Pang Tong Palace is one of the royal family’s projects, that were designed to promote agriculture in Mae Hong Son area. Specifically, their intent was to promote the research, study and development of local agriculture for the villagers
One of the most famous attractions of Mae Hong Son province is a visit to the village of the long neck tribe. The authentic experience is the complete opposite of cheap, poor tourist shows (as you often find on the way to Chiang Rai).
Tham Lod (Lod cave) is one of the most impressive and interesting caves in Thailand. It is located halfway between the city of Pai and the town of Mae Hong Son (some 77 km away from the latter), in a district which belongs to Mae Hong Son, called Pang Mapha.
Some 17 km from the city of Mae Hong Son, there’s a little park called Tham Pla Forest Park. It is a part of a large park called Tham Pla-Namtok Phasuea National Park, where you will find Pha Suea waterfall (the ‘mat’ waterfall) – the most beautiful waterfall in Mae Hong Son.
As I have previously mentioned, Pai and its surroundings have few attractions, and the area is mainly a chill-out tourist destination with a calm, pleasant atmosphere. Of the very few attractions in Pai – some are good
Pai is a small yet very famous town in Mae Hong Son Province; it is well known to campers and other travelers, who enjoy visiting this tourist destination, which is located in a pastoral valley, crowned by mountains and surrounded by rice fields. The city of Chiang Mai is located 140 km away from Pai, and it takes some 3 hours to drive from one location to the other.