Phu Klon Mud Spa

Phu Klon Mud Spa

Phu Klon Mud Spa (also known as Phu Klon Country Club) is a massage & spa treatment facility built arounda natural mud spring in scenic surroundings. The springs / mud were discovered by a tour …

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Pa Ying's Peanut 'Factory' in Mae Hong Son

Pa Ying’s Peanut Factory

The Tiger Peanuts of Mae Hong Son are known throughout Thailand. Named after their striped appearance, these peanuts are both visually striking and delicious in taste. Pa Ying claims to have the original peanut ‘factory’ …

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Tomato Village (Ban Huai Makhuea Som)

Tomato Village

Ban Huai Makhuea Som (translates as ‘Tomato Village’) is a remote town in the very far north-west of Mae Hong Son Province. It is located on the road leading to Pang Oung lake, about 20 …

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Phu Num Rakthai Resort

Phu Nam Rakthai Resort

Phu Nam Rakthai Resort is right on the lake, and is directly opposite the Lee Wine Ruk Thai Resort reception. This is newly constructed boutique accommodation with a fantastic lakeside location. Please note that accommodation …

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Chasa Rakthai Resort

Chasa Rakthai Resort

Chasa Rakthai Resort is located right next to Lee Wine Ruk Thai Resort. Chasa does not book as fast as Lee Wine because it lacks the tea-surrounded bungalows of its neighbor, you still have the …

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Lee WIne Ruk Thai Resort

Lee Wine Ruk Thai Resort

Lee Wine Ruk Thai Resort is the most popular accommodation option for international visitors to Ban Rak Thai. With great views of the town and lake, and each bungalow surrounded by tea plants, staying here …

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Wat Prathat Doi Kong Mu

Doi Kong Mu Temple

Wat Prathat Doi Kong Mu is a hill-top temple complex that overlooks Mae Hong Son City. The central feature of the temple grounds are a pair of white pagodas. The larger of the two pagodas …

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Mae Hong Son City

Mae Hong Son City

Mae Hong Son City is the administrative capital of Mae Hong Son Province. The ‘city’ moniker comes from consistent translation of the Mueang district name – commonly used to identify provincial capitals in Thailand. Mae …

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Longneck lady playing guitar at Ban Huai Sua Tao

Ban Huai Sua Tao

Ban Huai Sua Tao is a remote village in the north-west of Mae Hong Son Province, home to Kayan and Kayaw ethnic sub-groups of the Karenni people (Red Karen). The ticketed attraction area is quite …

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Su Tong Pae Bamboo Bridge

Su Tong Pae Bamboo Bridge

Su Tong Pae is a lengthy bamboo walking bridge to the north of Mae Hong Son town. The bridge spans rice fields and waterways, connecting the village of Ban Gung Mai Sak with Wat Phu …

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