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Pai Historical Bridge is approximately 88 km. You can see clearly this bridge was built during World War 2 by Japanese troops.By the Japanese Army To be used to cross the Pai River and transport supplies and weapons into Burma. After World War 2 ended, Pai District returned to peace once again. By remaining only this bridge that "Historic Bridge"
Even today there is an unconstructed concrete bridg...
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Wat Phra That Mae Yen It is an old temple in Pai city. Located on a low hill east of the city There are stairs to walk up to. There is no evidence that the relics were built in any period. But the appearance is traditional There are no fancy ornate patterns.Used to be in ruins and restored It is a white bell-shaped Chedi with a round base, approximately 3 m high, with a tiered top like a Burmese p... read more
Wat Nam Hu is at Mu 5 Tambon Wiang Tai, located 3 km. from Pai hospital. This temple housed Phra Un Mueang, sacred Buddha image in Lanna style, 500 years of age, in the attitude of Subduing Mara (victory over Mara). The image's top knot can be opened and contained holly water, revered by local folk.
Wat Nam Hoo is enshrined. Reverend Father Oun Mueang Which is a sacred Buddha image made of bronze ...
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The Yunnan Chinese village, well known. The village of Santichol. Selling Chinese tea, Ong Lang smells aromatic, invite you to taste with tea cups, snacks, pickles and souvenirs.
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This is the area that was once seen as red. The drug cartel of the red. There are more than a thousand people living in China. If you look at it, then you will find a house that is lined up. There are many souveni...
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Moh Phaeng Waterfall surrounding area is shady forest suitable for relaxation. Popular tourists come together. It is not far from Pai and also easy to go, can swim. During the summer water is less, Lahu people live in the vicinity around the waterfall with shady rain forest.
There are three levels of water. Can play on the  2nd  and 3rd   floors, about 10-15 m wide an...
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The Walking Street Market in Pai is located on Rungsiyanon Road. It is another shopper’s paradise offering a wide range of souvenirs, unique handicrafts, lacquerware and hand-made clothes direct from highland villages and authentic street food. You can also find a big selection of postcards and following in the footsteps of a popular Thai movie, writing and sending a post card from Pai ... read more

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