Mae Hong Son Explorer [4D3N]

Our Mae Hong Son Explorer itinerary includes most of the attractions from the full Mae Hong Son Loop itinerary.

Mae Hong Son Loop Map

Rather than visiting Doi Inthanon National Park you can explore Mae Hong Son province traveling via Pai in both directions. This route is a full day shorter than the full loop itinerary.

Mae Hong Son Explorer [4D3N Private Tour]

2 pax = ฿12,000 per person = ฿24,000 total

3 pax = ฿8,800 per person = ฿26,400 total

4 pax = ฿8,400 per person = ฿33,600 total

5+ pax = ฿7,200 per person

7+ pax = ฿5,800 per person

(lunch is included each day, but other meals & accommodation not included).

This is a private tour with your own licensed, English-speaking guide and transport. ]

Day 1 – Chiang Mai to Mae Hong Son

Day 2 – Mae Hong Son to Ban Rak Thai

Day 3 – Ban Rak Thai to Pai

Day 4 – Pai to Chiang Mai

Day 1 – Chiang Mai to Mae Hong Son

Pai Memorial Bridge

Pai Memorial Bridge is located south of Pai, on the main highway as you approach from Chiang Mai. The bridge was constructed in WWII as part of the Japanese push into Burma. The steel sections …

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Doi Kiew Lom Viewpoint

Doi KIew Lom is a popular roadside break point to the northwest of Pai. On a clear day, there are spectacular views in all directions. On overcast days you will often be surrounded by low-lying …

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Doi Kong Mu Temple

Wat Prathat Doi Kong Mu is a hill-top temple complex that overlooks Mae Hong Son City. The temple itself is dominated by two stunning white stupas. The views of the city, airfield, and surrounding mountains …

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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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Day 2 – Mae Hong Son to Ban Rak Thai

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 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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Pang Oung Lake

Pang Oung is a scenic park in the north-west of Mae Hong Son Province Pang Oung Lake The lake is a perfect place to stretch your legs and take some photos. The lake is often …

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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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Ban Rak Thai

Ban Rak Thai is a stunningly beautiful village in Mae Hong Son Province, right next to the Myanmar border. This is one of several Yunnanese enclave towns found in Chiang Rai and Mae Hong Son. …

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Day 3 – Ban Rak Thai to Pai

Pha Suea Waterfall

Namtok Pha Seua is a scenic waterfall located in National Parkland the north-west of Mae Hong Son Province. It is a short drive south from Ban Rak Thai. Nearby Attractions Pha Suea Tour Itineraries

Tham Pla Fish Cave

Tham Pla FIsh Cave is a refreshing stop, conveniently located along the roads joining Pai, Ban Rak Thai, and Mae Hong Son town. Tham Pla Fish Cave is a ticketed attraction under the management of …

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Ban Jabo Village

Ban Jabo is a Black Lahu village in Mae Hong Son. Long known for its spectacular view, it is more recently famous for Jabo Noodle – a restaurant with floor-seating where you may dangle your …

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Choose 1 of either Tham Lod Cave or Sai Ngam Hot Springs

Tham Lod Cave

Tham Lod is a cave system located between Pai and Mae Hong Son City. It is a popular stop as it breaks up the journey on the winding mountain road. Exploring Tham Lod Cave There …

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Sai Ngam Hot Spring

Sai Ngam Hot Spring is located north of Pai and is a popular bathing location for locals and visitors alike. Within the protection of a national park, Sai Ngam Hot Spring is accessible via a …

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Mae Yen Temple

Mae Yen Temple (Wat Phra That Mae Yen) Wat Phra That Mae Yen (also known as Chedi Phra That Mae Yen) is a temple west of Pai. Best known for a large white Buddha statue …

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Pai

Pai is an ever-popular destination in Mae Hong Son province, yet it still retains a small-town charm. Pai is the most accessible town in Mae Hong Son province from Chiang Mai and has many great …

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Day 4 – Pai to Chiang Mai

Santichon Village

Santichon Village: Yunnanese Cultural Center Santichon is a district west of Pai, and for visitors the name is synonymous with the showcase Yunnanese Cultural Center. Santichon Village is quite picturesque, well worth a photo stop …

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Yun Lai Viewpoint

On the hill behind Santichon Village is a great viewpoint where you can look east across the valley. The Pai river winds through the valley past soybean, rice, lychee and many other crops. In Winter, …

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Pai Canyon

Pai Canyon is just outside the town of Pai, beside the main road outside town as you approach from Chiang Mai. Best viewed in morning or evening light, you can get a great view after …

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Mok Fa Waterfall

Mok Fa Waterfall is located about 1.5 hours drive north from Chiang Mai. This scenic waterfall is accessed via a short walk through shaded forest. The waterfall is located just to the east of the …

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