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Pai: An Enchanting Thai Village You’ll Fall in Love With

Pai: An Enchanting Thai Village You’ll Fall in Love With

Traveling across Thailand has become increasingly popular, and many people visit the country on short trips lasting several days or weeks. If you’re looking to experience the rich culture and natural beauty of Thailand while also having fun with friends and family, consider planning your next trip around Pai, an enchanting Thai village in northern Thailand you’ll fall in love with! This guide will introduce you to what makes Pai special and show you how to plan your trip around this beautiful place so you can maximize your time there.

Top 5 things to do in Pai

  1. Check out the nearby waterfalls and eat an authentic local dish at one of the many restaurants up there.
  2. Explore all of the markets around town to find anything you want, like jewelry and local delicacies that are worth coming back for later.
  3. Take a stroll around this idyllic village to enjoy its laid-back vibes and picture-perfect natural scenery. 4. Spend your evenings playing games with the locals or making new friends from other countries over drinks.
  4. Look up what’s happening during your visit on Facebook before you go so that you know where to go and who to meet!

How to get to Pai
Pai is a beautiful hillside town that sits at 700 meters above sea level, near the Laos border. Bordered by mountains and forests on every side, this laid-back oasis is an ecotourism hotspot where you can hike, mountain bike, explore caves, rock climb, and more. Chiang Mai is the nearest big city, about 90 miles away. The drive between these two destinations takes about three hours on a good day.

Where to stay in Pai
Bamboo House Pai is the best accommodation to stay at while exploring the village. Whether you’re looking for a budget-friendly place or something luxurious, they offer an array of different styles and ranges to suit your needs. Plus, they’re in prime location with WiFi so you can always remain connected.

Where to eat in Pai
My favorite place to eat is on the main street that runs through the village. I especially love the simple wooden chairs and tables with white tablecloths, and dangling blue lanterns above. The food was delicious as well–try to sample some of the curries, which are wonderfully spicy! The fresh seafood at Sea Food is worth tasting as well.

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What to buy at the Sunday market
Sunday markets have a lot of great items for you to peruse. The market is most famous for its large clothing section, but that doesn’t mean there’s not other things to buy. In fact, the large food section has some delicious and traditional Thai dishes as well as plenty of other tasty treats. Be sure to check out the giant bamboo basket with fresh produce, and make sure you taste some before deciding on your purchase.

Your Ultimate Guide To Visiting The White Temple
It’s not very easy to get there, but the temple itself is a sight to behold. If you’re up for a 30 minute hike, it’s worth the struggle to see what all the fuss is about. The temple itself is clean and well-preserved by locals and tourists who love it as much as we did.

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