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One old temple in Pai with main building where housed Buddha images and dedicated one part as temple museum. In the temple located a local style Chedi with niches on the base. Each nich housed Buddha images as symbolic of each day. On the North part of the temple located some building and reclining Buddha image.
Written Nov 28, 2011
Address: Viengtai Sub-district, Pai District, Mae Hong Son
Housed the remodel Buddha image named "Phra Jao Pararakhang", one of the most beautiful Buddha image in Mae Hong Son. In the temple area, you can also find "Shan Museum" which reflected people in this area.
Written Nov 28, 2011
Address: Tungyao Sub-district, Pai District , Mae Hong Son
A great place to watch the sunset and have a beer is the Sunset View @ Pai restaurant which is just below the Temple on The hill. They have a great terrace for watching the sunset and the owner is really friendy and makes good food. You can even view by at night from this spot.
Written May 17, 2010
Address: Sunset view @ Pai Mayen village
Head up to Wat Pra That Mae Yen to catch the best Pai sunset, with a glorious panorama as the sun disappears behind the vast ranges behind. Great view of the town down in the valley in front.
It is quite a popular spot, so you won't be alone with your thoughts.
It would be perfect to pack some beers or a bottle of wine, but as this is a temple, no alcohol is allowed.
Updated Nov 16, 2009
Address: Follow Raddamrong Road out of town.
Mae Yen Waterfall. We tried to see this. Our friends had been told that you could take a moped part way and walk the rest. As it turns out you can only ride about 1km down a dirt track before it gets too hard. After crossing several streams, you reach a small footpath right in the forest. At this point we decided that we were not dressed for it and it needed more time. It is between 9-12km out of town. Nobody can quite decide on that one.
We have since found out that it takes about 4 hours each way.
Written Aug 16, 2007
Address: Ask before you go
In Pai, you can go to the National park and go in the natural hot springs there for 400B a person. Or if your budget is a little lower try Pai Spa Camp. It's about 8Km out of town so having a bike is helpful. There is a choice of pools, from cold, hot and even hotter. There appeared to be no time limit. So do as we did and relax and enjoy.
There is acommodation available here.
Written Aug 15, 2007
Address: 88-84/1 Moo 2, Tambol Mae Hee, Mae Hong Son
Situated in the centre of Pai. This temple is one important temple of this area. The significant buildings 're Chedi or Thaat in Mon style with lion statue sitting on 4 corners and Jong or sermon hall with multi tiered foofs.
Written Nov 2, 2006
Since all of the hot springs I've seen in asia have been pumped into swimming pools and not much different than a hot tub back home or a sauna in Korea it was nice to see the natural phenomenon. At the source it's so hot you can boil an egg (an people do) but there is a stream area further away where you can soak if you like. They have recently raised the admission price- can't remeber how much.. maybe 300-400Baht?
Written Jul 21, 2006
Address: East of Pai
"Pai" is the name of the river. So, it seems to miss something if you visit Pai but never seen the river. This river was such nicer in past 10 years ago but we had such a bad flooding last year and it wiped so many things and had left some ruin thing. However, it's getting back to alive again. "Pai" river is small but calm and gentle like feeling so peace when you stay in this town.
Updated Feb 8, 2006
I found this place where is about norhern area from the town to the Thai-Yunan cultural center. Just only 300 meters far from that center, you can see nice view of the river Pai and the mountains surrouded. Nice feeling to see sunset here.
Would be nice to be with someone. other wise, you'd be too lonely!!!!
Written Jan 17, 2006