Pai river offers to be a great adventurous spot for bamboo rafting and white water rafting.
Located very close to Mae Hong Son town, this 399-square-kilometer park is home to waterfalls, caves, and the Doi Pui mountain, which reaches 1700 meters at the peak.
Thailand's biggest cave is over 1,600 meters long and is home to huge chambers, plenty of stalactites, and even signs of prehistoric life.
Just outside of Pai is the village of Santichon Village, an ethnic-minority Chinese Yunnan village founded by people who moved from north of the border during the revolution.
You can see it from most places in town, and the White Buddha high on the hill isn’t only a religious shrine, it also offers some of the best views over Pai!
When you find yourself wanting a relaxing soak, head to the Tha Pai Hot Springs.
The other most popular falls to visit in Pai is the Mo Paeng Waterfalls, and they are our personal favourite.
Pai has a number of awesome waterfalls to visit, which is perfect because the area can get pretty hot during the day!